This week’s appointments include: Adecco Group, Jobtrain, NHS Professionals, Pedersen & Partners, Service Care Solutions, Tile Hill Executive Recruitment

• Recruitment giant Adecco Group has appointed Coram Williams as its next chief financial officer to succeed Hans Ploos van Amstel from mid-year.

• UK-based developer and supplier of the talent acquisition platform Jobtrain has appointed Derek Pilcher, the former head of government solutions for career site Monster UK, as managing director.

NHS Professionals, a UK organisation that supplies temporary staff to the National Health Service, has appointed Dan Hinsley as chief operating officer.

• International executive search firm Pedersen & Partners has appointed Alvaro Arias Echeverria as global head of the private equity practice group. The firm has also appointed partner Evita Lune as global head of the newly-launched fintech practice group. Lune will retain her role as regional head of the Baltics.

In addition, the firm has also appointed Gabriela Trojákova as a principal within its Prague team in the Czech Republic.

• Preston recruiter Service Care Solutions has promoted Sol Suleman to divisional manager from finance manager, Lucy Jolley from finance team leader to deputy finance manager and Vinny Kerrigan and Lloyd Stanley from recruitment consultant to senior recruitment consultant.

• Interim management and executive search firm Tile Hill Executive Recruitment welcomes Anj Popat as senior consultant.

Green light at last for army of contact tracers

The recruitment drive for what government has called “an army of contact tracers” is apparently on.

19 May 2020


This week’s new contracts & deals include: Alvius, JXT, Nvoi, Zenjob

Contracts 12 May 2020

NHS Professionals launches clinical contact caseworkers recruitment drive

NHS Professionals has launched a recruitment drive for 3,000 qualified clinical contact caseworkers as part of the Public Health England Contact Tracing Service programme.

6 May 2020

REC urges government to ensure schools follow guidance about supply staff

Education establishments need encouragement to follow Cabinet Office guidance to financially support supply teachers.

6 May 2020