This week’s appointments include: BWD, Eames Consulting Group, HRC Recruitment, Macildowie, Optionis Group, Pedersen & Partners, Protocol, SThree

• Financial services recruiter BWD welcomes consultants Josh Bridges and Lee Monaghan in its pensions & benefits team, Madeleine Goddard as social media marketing associate, and senior consultant Rabiya Ali and consultant Tom Craske in its actuarial division. The firm also announced the opening of a new permanent office in London.

Soraya Zier and Mouna Kaess join financial and professional services recruiter Eames Consulting Group as consultants in its multi-lingual European insurance team.

Jade Mason joins Glasgow-headquartered recruiter HRC Recruitment as a principal consultant in its temporary placements division.

Sarah-Louise Bussey rejoins Midlands-based recruiter Macildowie as head of talent following a five-year spell as recruitment manager with retailer Next. She previously spent 10 years working at Macildowie’s Leicester office.

• Professional services provider Optionis Group has appointed Doug Crawford as CEO to succeed Derek Kelly, who has retired after 10 years with the company. Crawford has taken up the role after leaving Leicester-based conveyancing firm My Home Move, where he spent seven years as the company’s CEO.

• Education, skills and public sector recruiter Protocol has appointed former Penna chair Gary Browning and Richard Alberg, the founder and CEO of SaaS platform MWS Technology, as non-executive directors.

• International executive search firm Pedersen & Partners has appointed Brian Cartwright as client partner in Dubai in the firm’s supply chain & logistics sub-practice.

• Global STEM recruitment business SThree has appointed Kate Holden to the newly created role of chief strategy and development officer, reporting to CEO Mark Dorman.

Recruiter HOT 100 2019: HOT 10 professional sector recruiters

Leading up to the publication of Recruiter’s HOT 100 list of the UK’s top-performing recruitment companies, today we reveal the HOT 10 professional sector recruiters.

6 December 2019

US firm to create jobs with new software engineering centre

US software firm ESO is to create 120 jobs in Belfast.

11 October 2019

Recruitment drive for ‘promo pooches’ at exhibitions

Is your dog seeking new job opportunities over and above guarding the house, chasing the postman and chewing on your slippers?

Lighter Side 25 September 2019

Funding leads to 200 new jobs created at Immedis

An Irish international payroll and global mobility tax services firm plans to create 200 new roles over the next 18 months due to a €25m (£22.2m) investment.

10 June 2019