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RedDahlia Wed 24-May-17 14:23:18

Please can anyone point me in the right direction? I need names of recruitment agencies that I can find work through.

I did a business consultancy role prior to having my DD, and fell in to that due to my old company asking me back for 2 months on a consultancy basis to sort out their sales department, ended up staying a year and then leaving to have my baby.

I'm skilled in senior management, project management and sales management.

I'm based in Manchester and don't really know where to start. Google isn't really my friend with this as it's bringing up lists and lists of agents and I need one that specialises in consultation placements and it's not easy to find with out recommendations.


emilycrosby Thu 25-May-17 15:23:01

While not a recruitment agency, I used dywaj when I was trying to get back to work after having my son, Noah (3). It was quick and easy to upload my CV and I ended up finding a job out of it! smile Good luck!

RedDahlia Thu 25-May-17 16:37:25

Thank you very much! I will check it out.


FinallyHere Thu 25-May-17 17:00:32

Do you have a linked-in profile? This is a sure fire way to generate interest from agents.

Another way to identify agents in your specific sector, is to have a look at the agents who your linked in contacts are already linked to. Not an absolutely fool proof way to identify the right ones, but a lot better than google. If everyone you know in your sector is linked to the same agent, they would be worth a try at least. All the best.

SherryBevan Thu 25-May-17 18:24:41

Are you looking for full-time or part-time? Or freelance work? I've got a list of recruitment agencies on my blog that specialise in part-time/flexible working which might help.


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