My role at Logic:

My role at Logic Resourcing is to ensure your recruitment process, whether you are the employer or the employee, runs as smooth and stress-free from the beginning to the end. Approachable, trustworthy, energetic, and honest, I have experience in a variety of sectors, from industrial to sales.

Life before Logic:

I’ve worked in the recruitment industry for 15 years , starting off as a branch administrator, working my way through to business development and sales. I’ve ran weekly payroll for 100’s of candidates and recruited for roles you could never imagine…. I’ve literally learned the industry inside out and from the bottom up. I love my job and the personal satisfaction that you get from helping businesses and candidates into new careers and happy workplaces!

Why I do what I do:

I took my first job at a high street agency as a branch administrator, after my job at a department store cut my working hours. So, you could say I fell into recruitment…. I worked for this company for 12 years and learned a lot! Learnt how to payroll, learnt how to use CRM’s and various other IT systems, learnt that I was good at what I was doing, and most of all I learnt that there was actually a lot of personal gain from helping people into work. I had the bug and wanted more, so I moved on into a consultant role. I’d been keeping an eye on Logic, they were very quickly becoming the ones to watch and jumped at the opportunity to become a member of the team. I feel Logics values and ethos represent everything I am within my job, they have the passion, drive and determination that makes them the amazing unique recruitment company that they are.

What I do outside of work:

I have a 6-year-old son so most of my spare time is family time. Holidays, camping, day trips here and there, exploring, walking and trips to the seaside are some to name a few. When I can be a proper grown-up… I’m mostly found either on the settee catching up with Netflix, asleep or taking part in eating and drinking at a licenced establishment. More recently it’s generally the settee.