Recruiting the right team

Having the right people in place is crucial to the efficient running and sustainable growth of an organisation.

Whether a hiring need arises due to a period of significant growth or investment, or you are simply looking to add certain skills or expertise to your team, UNW can help you source and attract suitable candidates, both regionally and nationally, to meet the specific challenges of your organisation.

Focusing on board level and finance recruitment, our team of specialist consultants take a collaborative approach and harness their extensive networks to ensure they connect the right people to the right roles across a range of sectors.

Peter Neal
Head of Strategic Talent

t: +44 (0)191 243 6269
e: peterneal@unw.co.uk

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