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Fresh From A Recent Fundraising, TheJobPost Appoints A New CEO

Leading European recruitment platform TheJobPost, which connects 100s of employers including RWE Npower, Serco and the NHS with over 42,000 specialist recruiters, has appointed HR and technology specialist Nick Holmes, the ex-MD of Lumesse, as CEO.

Holmes has worked in recruitment-tech form more than 14 years and will lead TheJobPost as they look to drive the business model forward and create “friction free recruitment”, with the ability to introduce employers to specialist recruiters in hours and minutes.

“We are delighted to have Nick join the business. His leadership skills and his blend of technology, talent management and international experience is the perfect mix to drive TheJobPost to the next level’, says Ken Brotherston, TheJobPost’s Chairman and co-founder alongside JP Caffery

TheJobPost CEO Ken Brotherston

“TheJobPost is one of the most exciting prospects in the industry”, commented Holmes, “employers who see TheJobPost as a hugely important tool in their sourcing strategies bodes well for the future. I’m delighted to have this opportunity to lead the business’’.

TheJobPost recently won two Innovate UK Grants totalling £350k and has also raised in excess of £1m from within the recruitment industry to help develop and expand the platform, which can be accessed on mobile and integrates with world leading tracking system ATS, as well as providing a disruptive approach to recruitment which leverages transformative tech,

TheJobPost is renowned for running a significant number of events aimed at talent and Recruitment leaders in the UK, including Talent Leaders Connect, a series of nationwide events for HR Directors and in-house recruiters, & Recruitment Leaders Connect, for recruitment business owners and Directors, as well TheJobPost radio, a series of podcasts covering changing trends in the recruitment industry.

 

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