This week’s appointments include: Cross Country Healthcare, Eames Consulting Group, HireRight, JVP Group, Orbis Education and Care, The Portfolio Group, Tile Hill Executive Recruitment, Woodrow Mercer Finance

• US healthcare staffing specialist Cross Country Healthcare welcomes Stephen Saville as executive vice president of operations.

• Financial and professional services recruiter Eames Consulting Group has promoted head of HR & operations Lauren Seal to partner and Matthew Lam from consultant to senior consultant.

• Global background screening provider HireRight has appointed Peter Cleverton as general manager for EMEA.

• Recruitment marketing specialist JVP Group has appointed Gill Ball as a client relationship manager.

• Cardiff-based UK care provider Orbis Education and Care has strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of Linda Bridge as HR director.

• Payroll, procurement, HR & reward and credit control staffing specialist The Portfolio Group has promoted several members of staff.

These are Mark Davis from team leader to associate director; Barrie Wreford from team manager to senior business manager; Sarah Butler from senior recruitment consultant to senior business manager; Jo Ewington from senior recruitment consultant to business manager; Neil Wild from team leader to business manager; Christian Rowles from senior recruitment consultant to business manager; and Gagandeep Dadial from recruitment consultant to senior recruitment consultant.

Anthony Lewis has joined Tile Hill Executive Recruitment as a director. Lewis joins from Penna, where he was director of Penna’s public sector interim practice.

• Finance staffing specialist Woodrow Mercer Finance has appointed James Roach as managing partner. Roach’s predecessor Neil Muffitt becomes chairman.

Met Police offers part-time work to new constables

The Metropolitan Police is to recruit part-time constables in a bid to attract more women to join the force.

14 June 2019

Report reveals effect of uncertainty on hiring plans

Brexit uncertainty has continued to take its toll on hiring, with activity remaining muted in May.

7 June 2019

RAF allows candidates with tattoos but with restrictions

The Royal Air Force has revised its policy to allow recruits to have tattoos on their eyebrows, fingers and neck.

4 June 2019


This week’s appointments include: Autoglass, Bullhorn, Carmichael Fisher, Heidrick & Struggles, National Locums, Net Talent, Talent Works International, TrueBlue

People 3 June 2019