Naturally building lasting relationships with clients, Rosie always strives to get to know their business, becoming their first port of call for their recruitment needs.
Having previously worked in agency recruitment, with a particular strength in the education sector, Rosie explains: “There’s no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to recruitment. With a personal approach, you’re able to help candidates achieve long term job satisfaction and clients find the perfect person for their business.”
The difference her job makes when recruitment comes together ticks all the boxes for Rosie:
“We often have people come to us because they’ve been made redundant, they’re having a tough time finding a new job or maybe they aren’t getting the progression they hoped for. It’s really satisfying to understand what they are looking for, find them that job and then talk to them a month later to find out they’re loving their new role.”
In particular, Rosie loves working with graduates, getting to know their skills and finding them an organisation where they fit.
When she graduated, Rosie was in the same position that many graduates are in today. Having completed a geography degree, even doing her dissertation in a remote Indonesian community, Rosie wasn’t sure herself what direction she wanted her career to go in. 12 years on, after finding her feet in recruitment, she hasn’t looked back and knows how important the right career starting point can be.
Rosie’s passion for geography hasn’t stopped, though. She still loves to travel: having visited Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to name a few. Rosie is currently ticking off as many city breaks as possible in between renovating her 1850s farmhouse, plenty of furniture restoration and walks on the beach with her dogs.