New recruits and 9 promotions for ReThink Recruitment
ReThink Recruitment has kicked off 2017 with the appointment of five new recruits as well as announcing a raft of internal promotions.
The changes are across each of ReThink’s UK offices and signal the recruiter’s rampant approach to bolstering its personnel, as CEO Andy Lord explained: “This year’s all about growing our team and we are really on the hunt for like-minded, enthusiastic individuals who want to come and be a part of our culture.
“We’ve got jobs ready to be filled all over the UK and I am delighted we’ve started 2017 so positively with these announcements.”
The ReThink Birmingham office, which has just celebrated 10 years of trading in the city, has welcomed four new recruits, with James Chandler, Penny Dyer, James Gamble and David McCreadie all joining the team.
Meanwhile in the South West, Josh Winterson brings the Bristol office of ReThink Recruitment to 19 consultants, whilst in Manchester Sigourney Davies joins the business as a senior resourcer and Shirin Farsi has taken on a permanent cyber security role.
In addition to the new recruits, nine promotions have also been announced across the business; Andy continued: “Investing in, nurturing and growing our people is key for us. We’ve allocated a £150k training fund this year to help keep our people at the top of their game, this means we can continue to announce promotions and celebrate the successes of our people.”
Promotions include Ross Markall who is now a team leader at ReThink’s Manchester office; there, Aled Pugh has also been promoted to recruitment consultant. In Birmingham, Becky Dyer has also enjoyed a promotion.
Meanwhile at ReThink’s London office, Amy Harrison has been promoted to recruitment consultant, Paul Glover has been promoted to senior recruitment consultant – and Adam Manson, Joe Osgood, and Dom Hilleard have each been awarded new head of practice roles.
Finally in Bristol, Chris Walker – a key member of ReThink’s healthcare recruitment team – has been promoted to head of practice.
ReThink Recruitment, as part of the offering of its parent company Rethink Group, offers staff a wealth of unique benefits including paid leave to carry out charitable work, bonuses for parents returning from paternity or maternity leave and access to a training fund.
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