What made you want to join HRC Recruitment?
I had been working in Healthcare recruitment in Glasgow for over five years and knew a couple of consultants that were doing really well at HRC. HRC was always so visible and had a great brand so when they started their Healthcare division it sounded like too good an opportunity to miss.
What career path did you follow before getting into recruitment?
I did lots of temp work! Customer service, data entry … My first job in recruitment was actually as a temp admin assistant for an agency. Initially I was inputting temps reg forms, I’ve been in the industry ever since.
What was your dream job as a child?
A vet, until I realised I’d be dealing with animals in pain.
What’s been your biggest success so far?
Passing my driving test. I’ve never felt more accomplished with myself than I did that day! The lead up to that was lots of hard work and focus and I get great satisfaction from seeing that come to fruition. I think that’s why I like recruitment so much – it’s hard work, but when it comes together there’s just nothing better.
When we’re not in the middle of a pandemic, what do you like to do in your free time?
Going to gigs. I love going out to see live music – I’ve really missed it over the last year so my night out diary is full for the foreseeable future! I also have a lot of nieces and nephews, so being able to have big days out with them again has been lovely.
What is most important to you?
Family and friends, the dogs, and just being able to live a happy, full, life.
Describe yourself in three words.
Nice, Thoughtful, Do-er.
Now ask the last person you messaged to describe you in three words.
Kind, Funny, Intelligent.
Tell us a fun fact about yourself.
I’m a god parent five times over.
Favourite film? The Dark Knight Rises
Favourite singer / artist?
Favourite book? Glue
by Irvine Welsh
Sun or snow?
Either – but nothing in between!
Apple or android?
TikTok or Instagram?
Tea or coffee?
Tea all day