Alistair Collier - Regional Manager North England (L), Shane Marriot - Regional Manager Leeds (R)
Our latest Sanderson office has launched this week in Leeds and is the 9th regional office to open outside Bristol Headquarters. Regional Manager Shane Marriott will be heading up the office in the Platform Building on New Station St. in the heart of Leeds under the supervision of Alistair Collier Regional Manager - North England.
Shane joined the recruitment industry over 10 years ago and has specialised in IT delivery of both contract and permanent solutions across multiple UK regions including Yorkshire. As well as the IT industry, Shane will also be specialising in Business Change roles across the region.
“After living and working in Leeds for the last few years, and loving it, made it imperative for me to stay in this vibrant tech focused city!
I am dedicated to building long and successful relationships both with clients and candidates across the IT and change sector, so after being approached by Sanderson and the wider RSG group, there was no question inmy mind that this opportunity was right for me. Sanderson and the wider RSG group has over 40 years’ experience of putting relationships first in order to secure our candidates their perfect role and our clients their perfect candidate which is done through evaluating and understanding the individual and our client needs. “
Managing Director Jon Ball said of the office opening:
“We’re very excited to be opening our new office in the Leeds and Yorkshire area. This has been made achievable through a combination of our current clients, which we have been engaging for years, as well as a recent big win in the region.
This launch gives us a wonderful platform to build on the success we’ve already had in the market in the same way we have in our other 8 regional office outside our Bristol Headquarters over the past six years.”
This opening is parent group RSG’s 10th regional office, and is part of a six-year strategic expansion and growth programme.
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