Aimée Gleave: Moving from industry to recruitment

Aimée joined the Cast UK team following 3 years working in procurement for a global manufacturing and tier 1 automotive business. Aimée has been at Cast UK for 3 years now and is the Managing Consultant of our Procurement and Supply Chain team, recruiting within the Engineering and Manufacturing sectors, where much of her previous procurement experience has been attained.

Hot seat: Dan Bevan talks about his career move to recruitment

Senior consultant, Dan Bevan, has worked at Cast UK for over a year and joined the business following his 7-year career in Logistics.

Hot seat: Graduate consultant, Dan Whitmore, on his recruitment career

After graduating, taking your first step onto the career ladder can be overwhelming. A recruitment career is an increasingly popular choice for graduates, as it is a highly rewarding industry with opportunities for rapid progression.

Hot seat: Graduate Recruitment Consultant, George Collier

After graduating, taking your first step onto the career ladder can be overwhelming. Recruitment is an increasingly popular choice for graduates, as it is a highly rewarding industry with opportunities for rapid progression.

Hot seat: Graduate consultant Matthew Owen talks about working in recruitment

After graduating, taking your first step onto the career ladder can be overwhelming. Recruitment is an increasingly popular choice for graduates, as it is a highly rewarding industry with opportunities for rapid progression.

Does the path ahead excite you?

Have you started a career in supply chain, purchasing, buying, merchandising or logistics? Does the career path you have in front of you excite you? If not, read on….

Soft skills favoured over technical knowledge in graduates

In a report by education provider, Kaplan, it has been suggested that employers value confidence and effective communication over technical knowledge when recruiting graduates.

CAST UK sees the importance of nurturing lasting client relationships

Specialist recruitment company, Cast UK,  recognises the positive effect client relationships has on placement success, as the company has been analysing their extensive database and found that the rate of successfully placing candidates increases to a staggering 80% if they involve a face-to-face client briefing meeting.