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Meet the team: John Kennedy, Penna’s Director of Sourcing.

Penna gives a warm welcome to John Kennedy.

Sometimes recruiting the best talent is tricky. You might want to improve diversity, find a new team or recruit into a highly competitive role, with a not-so-highly competitive salary. That’s how our Sourcing team can help. No matter the hurdles, we help to find the right person for any permanent position from £35 - £75k salary. We’ll start off by getting to know exactly who you’re after, unpick any challenges, carry out some market insight and talent mapping, and get in touch with suitable candidates. Then, we’ll pass the long list over to you. We find and excite candidates, so you can focus on securing the best.

John joined us in May this year after a stella career with recruitment and talent acquisition, focusing on direct sourcing, headhunting, and using the latest recrement technology to find hard to the best candidates for our clients. and Leading on the development of our direct sourcing offer and our recruitment process outsourcing ( RPO ) contracts John is helping us develop technology and AI to support the sourcing of candidates.

“The alignment of Penna’s values with my professional aspirations made this role an exciting prospect, and I’m enjoying the journey of collaboration, growth and achievement”

Committed to improving diversity outcomes for clients, John’s role is all about ensuring quality diverse candidates for hard-to-fit roles. The prospect of leading a team that plays such a crucial role in supporting government clients is especially exciting, and John is particularly enthusiastic about the chance to build and nurture client relationships, making a meaningful impact on both the company and the clients we serve.

To get in touch with John, or to find out more about Penna’s Sourcing or RPO service, check out the following links below:

LinkedIn: John Kennedy


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