APPOINTMENTS: 3-7 SEPTEMBER 2018

This week’s appointments include: CareerBuilder, Colliers International, Fircroft, Marriott International, NRL, Plum Personnel, Roc Search, ZRG Partners

• HR technology firm CareerBuilder has promoted Irina Novoselsky from president and chief operating officer to CEO. Previous CEO Matt Ferguson takes the role of executive chairman.

• Real estate adviser Colliers International welcomes Tom McNally as EMEA director of talent acquisition. His appointment builds on the group’s people transformation agenda, which the company launched earlier this year.

• Technical engineering recruiter Fircroft welcomes Leonie Williams as board director for human resources.

Colin Minto has joined global hotel company Marriott International, where he will be responsible for talent acquisition and employer brand in Europe. Minto has held resourcing roles at AXA, G4S, Inmarsat and Whitbread.

• Engineering recruiter NRL welcomes Simon Cairns as business development executive to its Scottish recruitment operations.

• Midlands-based recruiter Plum Personnel welcomes Lyndsey Atkins to head up a new temporary division.

• Technology and engineering recruiter Roc Search has promoted Cherise Yau to account manager from principal account executive within its key accounts division. Business manager for senior appointments Melissa Freer moves over to manager within the division.

• Executive search firm ZRG Partners has appointed Alex Bennett as managing director and chief growth officer. Based in its London office, he will use his life science experience to support global medical devices, medical technology and diagnostic clients for ZRG. Bennett joins ZRG from RSA Group, where he was the CEO the London-based global life science search boutique.

Samuel Knight appoints new chairman as group expands in the US

Samuel Knight International has appointed former SThree global mergers and acquisitions adviser James Barbour-Smith (pictured) as chairman.

People 23 May 2019

Concilium Search gets funding from Lloyds Bank to expand internationally

Life sciences recruitment firm Concilium Search has secured a seven-figure funding package from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking to expand its international footprint and help double turnover over the next year.

Financials 17 May 2019

Parents advertise for tutor to teach the Dark Arts of science to their son

Do you want to give up recruitment for teaching science dressed up as Professor Snape from the Harry Potter books?

Lighter Side 16 May 2019

Veterinary services CVS Group creates jobs in Scotland

A Scotland-based veterinary services provider is creating 110 jobs in Livingston.

16 May 2019
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