Posted on Sunday 8th May 2016
We are very pleased to introduce Gary, the newest member of our team..."After spending many years in recruitment and most recently running the entire recruitment operation for a large National Energy savings company, I have decided to put my skill set to good use in the education sector and help quality people find their dream jobs both on a permanent and temporary basis.
My passion for this move comes from my wife being a primary school teacher herself, and hearing of hard working teachers unable to find work.
Working with people who between them have decades of experience in this sector and my passion to help, we have I believe, the best team in the South East, if not the industry itself!!!
You are not just Another candidate to us, or another school that needs a vacancy filling. You are all individuals with individual specific needs and our aim is to fulfil them in the most honest, professional and efficient manner."Gary will be on hand to help with any queries you may have, please call in on 01622 804025.
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