Fiona Wilson (Managing Director and Headhunter, FJWilson Talent Services) writes: Our clients are organisations for professionals. They include membership organisations, awarding bodies, and learning providers.
Clients use our solutions to help them recruit fresh talent and also to make the best use of the talent they already have, specifically in senior and mid-level roles.
Illustrations of how we add value for our clients are available in the form of case studies.
Clients may meet us either at their offices, over Zoom (or alternative video platform) or at a local branch of the Institute of Directors (IoD) or Regus. IoD and Regus locations are accessible for wheelchair users (though please notify us in advance if you have any special requirements).
Candidates typically meet us over Zoom, Skype, Facetime or Google hangouts. This enables us to provide a highly flexible service outside the traditional working day and week. We’re also happy to meet candidates in person, at an accessible location to suit any special requirements.
Portraits of our team members, comprising employees and long-term associates, are provided in PDF here.
The functions they fulfil are as follows:
Administration: Hannah Olsen
Business development: Anth Mckeown
Candidate researching and sourcing: Lina Beynar; Phil Wolfenden
Coaching and leadership development: Denise Taylor
Communications: Anthony Haynes; Karen Haynes
Interviewing and screening candidates: Amanda Bishop; Gill Wilson
Management: Dilly Clack
Service delivery and sourcing candidates: Heidi Frost
Strategy and account management: Fiona Wilson
To contact members of the team by email, please use firstname at fjwilson dot com.
Anthony Haynes writes: Happy New year! 2020 begins with an interview with our MD, Fiona Wilson, in which she tells the FJ Wilson story — why she founded FJ Wilson Talent Services, how the business has developed to date, and what makes her tick. The interview is published on the Crown Talent Assets (US) blog,… Read More
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