Opus Recruitment Solutions appoints industry heavyweight as regional director
Appointed to lead the company’s continued expansion in London and the South East, Dale has specialised in the IT recruitment sector for much of his 18-year career and has earned a reputation for driving rapid growth with both new and established agencies.
Commenting on the appointment of Dale, Opus Recruitment Solutions’ CEO Darren Ryemill said, “We are delighted to have Garie on board. He has a wealth of industry experience and an enviable skill set acquired over many years working specifically in the IT sector, which I am sure will prove to be invaluable to Opus Recruitment Solutions.
“As Regional Director, he will be responsible for ensuring that the consultancy team meets our core business values, whilst driving growth in the business-critical capital region. Garie will also use his wealth of communication experience to engage with clients and maintain key relationships.”
With a successful track record and high profile, with his LinkedIn profile among the top 1 per cent most viewed, Dale is looking to further his success at Opus Recruitment Solutions.
He said, “There has been a significant upswing demand within the IT sector and Opus is now firmly positioned as one of the fastest growing recruiters in this space. This is an exciting time to join the business and I very much look forward to playing a role in driving the company’s growth plans.’’
Dale established himself as a director whilst working at Robert Half Technology. Responsible for the development and management of the company, he played an invaluable role in taking the business to £6 million in its first full year of trading.
In 2012, Mr Dale co-founded the Garwin Group. It was here that he supervised a team of consultants dedicated to pairing specialist organisations with likeminded and talented professionals. Mr Dale has recently sold his organisation, much to the gain of Opus Recruitment Solutions!
Opus Recruitment Solutions is on course for reporting its best year since it was formed 6 years ago – with turnover forecast to exceed £23 million in 2014.