This week’s appointments include: Anderson Quigley, Baltimore Consulting, CMA Recruitment Group, Heidrick & Struggles, Impala Search, Pratap Partnership, Realm Recruit, Stafforce

• Executive search firm Anderson Quigley has appointed Grace Tattersall as partner, focusing on recruiting IT leaders in the non-profit sector. Tattersall specialises in executive search and selection for C-level and senior technology leadership appointments within the public and not-for-profit sectors.

• Bristol-based recruitment firm Baltimore Consulting has promoted Josie Ward to talent and development manager. Ward started as a consultant in the education team and will now support director of people Louise Foster. Working within vulnerable subject areas, Ward is responsible for ensuring that consultants are equipped with the tools they need to provide a level of care to clients and candidates.

CMA Recruitment Group has promoted Neil Phillips to managing director, following his career with the company spanning 20 years. Phillips has worked in many areas of the company and spent the past 12 years as operations director.

Heidrick & Struggles has appointed Elizabeth Linhart as principal in its Dallas office. She brings experience in identifying emerging leaders and talented professionals for industrial clients including the oil & gas sector.

Impala Search has appointed Jacob Chalkley and Charlie Morgan as principal consultants. Chalkley joins from technology recruitment firm Thor Teknologi, where he spent the last five years building a network of software engineers. He will head-up Impala Search’s expansion into Sweden, Norway and Denmark to help drive the agency’s growth plans. Morgan has relocated from Manchester to London to take on the new position to lead the software sales division, and spent the past four years hiring within the tech and SaaS field.

Pratap Partnership has announced two new directors to its recruitment business. Marie Carroll is appointed business director and Alex Mostyn-Jones joins as strategic projects director.

Realm Recruit has appointed two new consultants to its specialist team and made three promotions as part of its continuing growth strategy. Kathryn McGeoghegan joins as a consultant specialising in the recruitment of commercial insurance, costs and legal support professionals across the North-West and Nonso Okonyia joins as associate consultant specialising in the recruitment of litigation lawyers across Yorkshire. Elsewhere, support team lead Rebecca Hopwood has progressed to head of support, family law recruitment specialist Michaela Baddeley has been promoted from consultant to associate consultant and within the team’s marketing department, Emma Marsh has been promoted to associate marketing executive.

Stafforce has appointed Tom Donnelley as business manager in London. Donnelley will be responsible for opening a new branch at the Port of Tilbury called Stafforce Thames. The employment firm’s new training division will help to ensure Stafforce can meet the demand for operatives who have the relevant training, qualifications and health & safety requirements to work quayside in a ports environment. The Stafforce training division will be headed by Tim Platt and will offer a range of IOSH accredited courses in areas that include managing safety, working safely, first aid and cargo handling in ports.


This week’s appointments include: Baltimore Consulting, Ford and Stanley, Heidrick & Struggles, Know Someone, NRL, Sellick Partnership, The Access Group

People 12 February 2024

Dept for Education campaign to encourage staff to teach in Further Education

The Department for Education’s Teach in Further Education campaign is calling on those with industry experience to teach in FE.

New to Market 18 January 2024


This week’s appointments include: Acorn by Synergie, Ciphr, Innovate Talent, Nash Squared, Realm Recruit, TaskMaster Public Sector, VIQU

People 15 January 2024

Resource Finder’s radiologist recruitment in India gives better outcome for NHS trust

UK agency Resource Finder says its in-person recruiting trips abroad to bring on board medical staff for NHS trusts is resulting in “a better outcome for all parties”.

30 November 2023