Tiger Recruitment has appointed Roxie Hanlon as head of its temporary division in the City office.
Hanlon is covering maternity leave for Kat Martyn, director and head of the City office. She heads up the team which matches candidates with business support roles; her clients include FTSE 100, global blue-chip and finance companies.
Emily Jacobs is the latest addition to the firm’s marketing team. As content editor, she creates digital and print content aimed at Tiger’s employees, clients and candidates.
This recruitment drive comes alongside Tiger’s recent announcement about the appointment of Amy Butler as Head of Middle East and North Africa (MENA), who is developing the agency’s business in Dubai and across the region.
David Morel, CEO and founder, commented, “At the end of 2017, Tiger reported a 68% rise in company revenue. As a result of our swift growth, we are delighted to welcome our fantastic new team members on board, who are building on Tiger’s existing success in placing the best support candidates with clients across London, regional UK and abroad.
“Each recruitment consultant brings a fresh approach to the business, while our administrative staff ensure that our day-to-day operations run smoothly and efficiently.”
Pictured: Additions to the Tiger Recruitment team