FOUR new consultants have joined the rapidly expanding team at Russell Taylor.
Aisling Ward, Genna Farron, Hosal Guyett and Charlie Ward have become part of the head office team at Bromborough at a time when Russell Taylor Group has almost doubled its turnover from three years ago.
Ash has been appointed team leader in the Construction Management division where she will be recruiting for white collar construction roles, picking up temporary and permanent operational positions.
Currently working towards a degree in public relations, Ash enjoys working in a fast-paced and busy environment, speaking to people, getting involved in client meetings and business development.
Genna, as a consultant in the construction team, will be supporting construction trade companies with employing highly qualified and experienced staff. The best part of her job, she says, is when clients and candidates build up such a good relationship that they keep requesting them.
She has her own professional goal too – to be a main agency for a huge client and hitting, and over-exceeding, her targets.
Thriving on challenges, Hosal Guyett is looking forward to the new demands of his Russell Taylor consultancy role and is determined to be the best he can.
His personal goal is to educate himself with different cultures.
Charlie Ward has joined the Technical Engineering division at Russell Taylor, focusing mainly on electrical engineering and management opportunities in both permanent and contract recruitment.
The best part of his job, he says, is the social and professional interaction with clients and candidates.
He said: “No two days are the same in this job. Highs and lows come thick and fast and colleague support, both given and received, keeps you on your toes.”
Based on data for the first quarter of this year, Russell Taylor Group is on track for a 2016 turnover figure of more than £22million.
In 2013, turnover for the core Russell Taylor operation was £10,908,096 and, with continued growth, the business is now focussed on achieving £30m turnover by 2017.