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Why did you decide to enter in the recruitment industry?
After gaining considerable experience in real estate in the UK, I sought to challenge myself in a role that combines my passion for helping people with my sales acumen upon relocating to Australia. The recruitment industry provided the perfect avenue for me to achieve these goals.
What was it about healthcare that appealed to you?
Initially, I felt apprehensive about venturing into an unfamiliar territory like healthcare. However, the potential to work with ground-breaking and transformative products while assisting individuals in finding their ideal job piqued my interest. The alignment of my values with the industry's noble cause cemented my commitment to the healthcare industry.
Tell us about your most memorable role placement. What were the challenges and achievements?
My first successful placement as a recruiter will always hold a special place in my memory. Overcoming the challenges of grasping the industry and role requirements, I was able to successfully place a pick packer in a warehouse role. It was a significant accomplishment to see the satisfaction of both the candidate and client.
What education background do you have that helps you with your current job?
My legal education and experience as a barrister in the UK are particularly helpful from a compliance perspective in my current role.
Why a client or candidate should work with you?
I approach my work with unwavering care for the job search of my candidates and the vacant positions of my clients. I believe in a transparent, consultative approach to recruitment, ensuring that my clients and candidates have complete confidence in my ability to deliver results. My dedication to the healthcare industry and its impact on patient outcomes further motivates me to be an effective and passionate recruiter.
- Health Economics and Market Access
- Medical Affairs
- Quality Assurance
- Regulatory Affairs
- Supply Chain and Procurement
Jobs by Gemma Staddon.
6 days agoSupply Chain and Procurement
Supply Chain Coordinator
- $35 - $45 per hour
Benefits • Be part of an innovative Medical Device Company • Support the wider operations team in a diverse role • Full time role working with a su...
19 days agoSupply Chain and Procurement
- $97000 - $107000 per annum
Benefits: • Work for a global Pharmaceutical company • Planning Analyst – permanent opportunity • competitive salary package – Hybrid working • Loc...
8 months agoSupply Chain and Procurement
Demand & Supply Planner
- $110000 - $120000 per annum
Benefits • Join a well known brand in a role due to growth within this division • Work with a collaborative team in Supply & Demand • Attractive sa...