Working closely with Fran, Aaron brings together talented Scrum, Agile, Waterfall, Prince2 Project, Programme Business Analysts and Delivery Managers with businesses embarking on change and digital transformation programmes, blue chip organisations, through to high growth scale ups and digital agencies across the South West.
Aaron shares what it's like to work at ADLIB:
The best thing that happened to me this week:
It must be helping a candidate with his relocation from High Wycombe to Bristol where we managed to find him the right culture, progression and timeline that sits with him perfectly – his salary also increased by a few quid too!
I met with him over a pint and he is the nicest guy, I’m really chuffed for him – and all in time for Christmas!
If I could change one thing that happened in my day today…
It’s been a pretty good day! Maybe more hours in the day would be helpful.
For me, this is “what working at ADLIB” is all about:
Since joining I continue to be impressed on a regular basis. Immediately I enjoyed the fun, friendly and flexible working culture of course but what I really love is that everyone genuinely strives to be considerate and collaborative which is not always the case in recruitment. I think this is best embodied by gaining a B Corps certification recently which I’m very proud to be a part of – doing things in the right way and giving back to the community and wider environment.
Everyone here is truly devoted to their market and the ADLIB way of working is something that clients really engage with. I think this is why we gain a lot of recommendations and referrals from both candidates and clients.
My biggest feel-good moment since I’ve been at ADLIB:
Placing my first candidate a few months ago. We presented him with three superb opportunities and after weighing up his options, made a great decision with an award-winning company that will truly invest in him long term which is great to see. I caught up with him a few days ago and he is still very much enjoying it.
How I explain what I do at a party:
I like to think recruitment is a bit like a dating agency or a blind date – essentially, we are introducing two people to each other who sit down for a chat and fingers crossed they get on and make great things happen!