Three new people join Peridot Partners
Brigitte Stundner – Assistant Consultant
Brigitte Stundner graduated in 2008 with a degree in Career Development from University of Quebec in Montreal. Her first job was with a global IT consultancy as a trainee recruiter. Then she had just over three years with HURECA an international recruiter based in Montreal with a small team of 8 peopleworking across a range of sectors and levels of appointment. Her track record includes placing 2 Marketing Directors for a well known restaurant chain in Canada, a Director of Engineering for an international firm based in Montreal, an IT Manager for a software company among others. She moved to London in September and after a short spell as an internal recruiter at ARAMCO on a contract and then with Granite Search & Selection working in the building and construction sector, before joining us in February. She is currently involved in recruiting a number of executive level roles in the not for profit sector. Among these include the Director of Development & Alumni Relations and a Head of Major Gifts for Durham University and a Trust and Foundation Manager Cass Business School.
Emily Benjamin – Office Manager / Recruitment Administrator
Emily graduated in June 2011 with a National Diploma in Professional Dance and Musical Theatre from The Urdang Academy. She has been working in a range of office administration roles since and joined us from Adam Street Private Members Club in February 2012. Emily is responsible for managing the office, and supporting consultants with recruitment process administration.
Johnny Maycock – Assistant Consultant
Johnny joins us from Assessors Online, part of ROC Recruitment. Johnny spent the early part of his career with Credit Lyonnais Bank PLC, before joining a medical company specialising in helping people with bowel, bladder cancer, and other digestive illnesses. Johnny’s recruitment career began with ITN Mark Education in 2007, recruiting teachers to UK schools, before joining Assessors Online. Johnny will be supporting recruitment to the charity and not-for-profit sector when he joins in May 2012.