Posted on 17th February, 2015

New Recruitment Consultant Appointed

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Phil Bennett as the latest addition to our team of professional Recruitment Consultants, Phil will be based within our busy Industrial and Manufacturing sector.

Phil is a highly qualified professional with over 16 years’ experience in the Telecommunications industry, bringing with him a strong & proven track record in business development and customer service. Phil’s strong customer focused approach and excellent interpersonal skills make him an exciting addition to the team and ensures Central Employment’s reputation for exceptional customer service is maintained and built upon into the future.

Commenting on his new position, Phil said

“I am excited to join Central Employment and look forward to combining my knowledge and experience to assist the team as we move the business forward.”

Phil will be responsible for new business development within the Industrial and Manufacturing sector. His appointment will further strengthen our growing temp industrial sector ensuring ongoing support and the highest of standards are maintained for Central Employment’s portfolio of clients and business partners. Phil’s experience within this sector and his friendly and enthusiastic approach will be instrumental in realising plans to extend our territorial footprint.

Commenting on the appointment, Mark Trett, Business Development Manager, Central Employment, said,

“We are delighted to welcome Phil to the Central Employment recruitment team and look forward to his customer focused and strategic contribution to the team. His extensive experience and business development credentials will help ensure we achieve our long term growth aspirations.”

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