Multitask Personnel, the Rotherham based specialist recruitment consultancy, have expanded their technical division with an internal promotion. Kimberley Earl, who has been with the business since 2019 has moved over from a resourcing position into a recruitment consultant role within the firms growing technical sector, which is still thriving despite the covid-19 pandemic.
Overseeing all aspects of blue collar recruitment across building trades and M&E, Kimberley will be using her experience gained working with Multitask to add further depth to the technical team as client demand increases in the building services and construction sectors.
Kimberley Earl, the new technical recruiter at Multitask Personnel comments: “I’m delighted to be working alongside the existing team to provide the extra support that is needed as the demand for technical expertise in many sectors continues to grow.
“Having started my career at supporting the technical desk, I do have previous experience of working in this division. Combining this knowledge with the great experience I’ve gained supporting the professional team over the past year will enable me to hit the ground running with my new role, but also provide a different outlook on best practice and the most appropriate recruitment methods for our clients. I’m really looking forward to getting started.”
Michelle Laing, operations support manager adds: “With demand increasing for technical staff throughout the UK, it was necessary for us to create a new role to ensure that not only can we meet this demand, but we are also future proofing the business by focusing our efforts on areas where our clients need us the most.
“Our technical recruiters specialise in placing candidates into contract and permanent roles UK wide across both M&E and building trades, so we need to ensure we have the resources and expertise to place our quality candidates quickly, efficiently, and most importantly, ensuring they are the right fit for their employers.
“Kimberley brings some great experience to the team and will be a real asset going forward.”