I graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2010 with a degree in Management Studies and since graduating I have been working in recruitment. After gaining over five years recruitment experience in the North West I decided to make the big move to London.
I was attracted to Oakleaf for a number of reasons including their strong brand, reputation and presence in the market. I am part of the largest and most successful reward team in the market and I specialise on permanent roles at the mid to senior level within the commerce and industry sector.
Outside of work I am really into my sports with football being my main passion. Despite performances over recent seasons I am a proud and loyal Manchester United fan (and yes I am from Manchester). I am also into keeping fit and when possible will try and hit the slopes on a skiing holiday.
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“Simon recently supported us successfully with finding a senior HR Business Intelligence and Analytics role.
We were very impressed with the candidates we interviewed throughout this process and Simon displayed valuable market knowledge within the HRIS space.
I found Simon to be personable, responsive and thorough. Our process ran very smoothly and the HR team are very happy with the outcome.
I would happily recommend Simon in this space to other firms."
Cassie Carr, Recruitment Manager, Mayer Brown
For anyone who is seeking a new job opportunity especially in times like the present I would thoroughly recommend getting in touch with Oakleaf. Not only do they have fantastic contacts in a variety of industries, their consultants offer meaningful guidance It definitely feels like you have someone in your corner.