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About Heather Stritch

Heather

Heather Stritch

- Recruiter Embedded, Robotics & Electronics Phone: 0117 926 9530

Heather's expertise lies within the Embedded, Robotics and Electronics Engineering sector for a vast range of clients across the South of England.  

She offers advice and helps find top quality talent across Embedded Systems, IoT, Software Engineering, Robotics, Electronic Engineering for ambitious start-ups and scale-ups, SMEs through to globally renowned organisations.

Heather shares what it's like to work at ADLIB.

 

When I was a kid I wanted to become…

A figure skater! Hadn’t yet realised my shocking lack of coordination and an inability to skate would be impeding factors. Being five is hard.

For me, this is “what working at ADLIB” is all about:

Working at ADLIB results in a role with a true sense of purpose. Being BCorp certified, diversity champions, and truly motivated to make a positive social impact – working at ADLIB has enabled me to thread integrity throughout my role.  Recruitment is a stressful career at the best of times but working in an environment that practices the ethos it preaches – makes a huge impact. You’re no longer juggling recruitment, alongside the “sales persona” often imposed on you in the industry. You work with honesty, integrity, and creativity – and succeed on your own terms.

My biggest feel-good moment since I’ve been at ADLIB:

Once a bit of shyness had worn off, and I’d started to be a bit more brazenly myself – my biggest feel-good moment was wandering to work on a Monday morning, and really feeling like a valued member of a team I really respected.

How I explain what I do at a party:

At most parties I’m met with an expression of complete confusion for what I do – so it’s mostly, “I help engineers get really cool jobs”. Does the job.

Beyond recruitment at ADLIB, I care about...

Music, art, literature, and politics. I’m a fanatic for Bristol and the life it has to offer here and feels glad to live in a city driven by community action, creativity, and change.