Jordan has worked at Spencer Riley for over a year. He came from a mixed-sales background from selling gas/electric and telematics. Since being at Spencer Riley, he has been able to use all his previous experience to help bring on board new clients and maintain strong relationships throughout.
As a consultant, Jordan focuses on the property development sector as well as the Audio-Visual sector.
The most enjoyable part of being an executive search consultant is constantly building and improving existing relationships, strengthening his current network and looking for new opportunities.
Jordan sees himself as an extension of his client’s workforce, ensuring the process is as streamlined as possible and making sure that the candidates presented are an exact fit for the role and their business.
If you’re looking to explore your next opportunity or keen to connect with a specialist recruiter to enhance your hiring and talent attraction plans, get in touch with Jordan for a confidential discussion on firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 113 416 6842
- Audio visual
- Property development
When not at work
When I am not making peoples dreams come true, I am either cooking, playing football, at the gym or having a nice cold one.
Finance Director, Skipton Properties
Q: Why did you join Spencer Riley?
I joined Spencer Riley because executive search is something I have thought about going into for a while but the main reason I joined is because of the earning potential and the future growth plans.
Q: Tell us about your Spencer Riley career so far?
So far, my Spencer Riley career has had its ups and downs but in the grand scheme of things it has been hugely positive and something I wish to continue carry on progressing.
Q: What is most rewarding about your role?
The most rewarding thing about my role is when I place someone, and I get feedback on how their new position has changed their life and how I have contributed to making a difference to it.
Q: What skills, from your previous roles, helped with your transition to recruitment?
Coming from a sales background, I have been able to use my previous experience to help when speaking with potential clients and candidates and gain relevant information by asking appropriate questions.
Q: What advice would you give someone who wanted a role in recruitment?
The best advice I could give someone looking for a role in recruitment would be that the work you do at the start of your career are the foundations for your long-term success – it’s a steep learning curve but if you do it right at the start you won’t have to do it again.
Q: And finally, tell us about your future with Spencer Riley?
I hope to be with Spencer Riley long-term and I aim to, one day, have my own team of consultants.
Spencer Riley’s team of highly dedicated, specialist consultants’ pride themselves on gaining a full understanding of our client’s business,