Cloud Architecture Sourcing Team at Cranford strengthened by new addition13th November, 2018
We are delighted to announce Dominic Ellis has joined the Cranford Group team as an Associate Resourcer.
Dominic has previous experience within the IT and technology sectors in sourcing bringing transferable skills into his new role with us.
He has a keen interest in the Digital, Cloud and Tech sector, including where it is heading in the future and how this impacts on people, roles, skills and sourcing.
As an Associate Resourcer he will be responsible for providing the right resources to our clients for the many interesting opportunities we have, along with ensuring we are offering the very best service to each and every person that we deal with. He will be working on placing candidates for Cloud and DevOps roles https://www.cranfordgroupuk.com/specialist-areas/
He sites his job satisfaction coming from recognising what a client needs from an applicant and finding the perfect person for that role. This focus on the right person, not just the available person is a core value and ethos that runs through our organisation, something which we believe sets us apart and that we have a strong reputation for.
Dominic joins Sam Moore who joined us recently and has already proven to be a brilliant asset to our team in his first few months in the company.
After a fantastic year we move towards 2019 in a strong position with an experienced professional and talented team to help deliver our mutual goals next year and into the future. As part of the G Cloud and DOS 3 Digital Specialists supplier framework this includes public as well as private sector opportunities.
These are really exciting times for Cranford and we will certainly be sharing more news over the coming months.
If you are looking for your next role or want to us to source the perfect professionals for your next cloud architecture project get in touch with us https://www.cranfordgroupuk.com/contact/
We would like to take this opportunity to wish Dom the best of luck in his new role with us and welcome him to our team.
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