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Poole based recruitment specialists, Jobshop UK, are celebrating the end of the year with yet more success, after finding a permanent placement for Laurie Walker at Gilmond Consulting.

Laurie is the fifth Jobshop UK candidate to gain a permanent place at Gilmond, following  Heather Carpenter, Carole Briscoe, Alison Clements and Annelie Mesher, who all now work as customer support staff for the Company.

Based in Bournemouth, Gilmond Consulting provides IT systems solutions, operational support and outsourced services to the energy retail sector.  Laurie will be working for Gilmond’s innovative new sister company, iSupply Energy,  a dynamic new entrant into the domestic electricity supply market due to be launched in February 2012.  Set to compete against the & lsquo;Big 6’ energy suppliers, iSupply will be offering competitive energy prices for homes with simple products via an easy to use online self service format.

Jobshop UK’s Recruitment Consultant for permanent staff, Kelyn Goater, who has been responsible for placing all of this year’s candidates, has been highly praised by Gilmond’s support manager,  Andy Kirby.

 “Kelyn is very professional, polite and always pleasant.”  Explained, Andy.

“She takes the time to make us, the client, feel that we matter and takes immense trouble to assess our exact requirements. Kelyn has been instrumental in the consultation process, and in so doing has put forward candidates that match our requirements - so much so, that I was happy to offer jobs to 2 out of 2 candidates that Kelyn has put forward.”

Alex Gow, iSupply Energy’s business manager, and to whom new recruit, Laurie will be reporting in her new position with iSupply, has also been impressed with Kelyn’s professionalism.

“Kelyn is very pleasant and personable to deal with. When I am looking for my next recruitment I would not hesitate to use her again.”

With such a successful year behind them, Jobshop UK are looking forward to 2012 and the many new opportunities they will be able to offer their candidates and clients alike.  Director, Tracey Wood, believes that as the country climbs out of the recession, Jobshop UK will be able to offer even more permanent and temporary positions to their candidates to fulfil the needs of local companies.

“2012 is going to be a very busy and exciting year for Jobshop.”  Tracey enthused.

 “We have lots of plans for the Company which will benefit both our highly skilled candidates and our clients, in the services we can offer them.  Watch this space!”


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