Division Spotlight: Design for Manufacture

April 27, 2015
Lizzie Syddall

Design for Manufacture is one of our newly established Divisions; its key focus point is directly in-between Technical & Design and Manufacturing & Engineering.

Our Design for Manufacture Division is a major force, successfully working to resource professionals into manufacturing companies in the UK.

Our continued success and repeat business is based on our ability to constantly deliver the best possible recruitment solution.

We consistently exceed both customer and candidate expectations by simply by providing a professional, efficient, honest, personable and ‘down to earth’ service.

Our strong client base consists of some of the leading Engineering, Manufacturing and Production companies across a number of disciplines typically supplying Design, Production, Project, Process, Quality, Supply Chain, Maintenance and Sales professionals and many other disciplines that our clients may require.

We source both temporary and permanent professionals into a range of industries including Automotive, Aerospace, Marine, Oil & Gas, Renewable’s, General Manufacturing, Engineering, Pharmaceutical, and Electronics.

We employ highly trained, experienced recruitment professionals who get to understand your business and more importantly your specific needs.

Mark Clarke, Divisional Manager of Design for Manufacture comments, “Our vision is as clear as our mission statement ‘To consistently exceed Employer and Work Seeker expectations by delivering the highest Quality Recruitment Service ensuring we continue to remain the Recruitment Consultancy of Choice’ ”.

 

Meet The Team

Mark Clarke
Dan Westhead
Craig Feeney

Mark Clarke

Mark Clarke

Divisional Manager

Mark joined GPW in August 2004, in his early GPW career spent several years successfully managing GPW’s Technical & Design Division, primarily focusing on contract recruitment before moving into GPW’s Manufacturing and Engineering Division where he was successful with both contract and permanent recruitment.

The creation of the Design for Manufacture division perfectly suits Mark’s experience. He has a wealth of knowledge combined with a high success rate recruiting candidates into design, engineering and manufacturing disciplines. He’s seen as one of our long standing, personable, senior, professional and most consistent recruiters.

His role is to work closely with all clients and candidates to ensure a successful outcome, he thrives on candidate and customer satisfaction and likes nothing better than the feeling of a job well done. 

Dan Westhead

Dan Westhead

Resource Team Consultant

 

Dan started his recruitment career in February 2014 joining the GPW Apprentice Scheme, during this time he was working closely with long-standing GPW Business Manager, Mark Clarke.

Upon beginning his apprenticeship he was quickly thrown in at the deep end, immediately working on placements for clients such as Mettler Toledo Safeline, DAMS International & Trelleborg Offshore (UK) Ltd.
Dan’s success has continued to grow since joining and he successfully made a large number of both Temporary and Permanent placements just months into his career.

Having passed his apprenticeship, with flying colours he has now well and truly found his feet working a full 360 recruitment service within Design for Manufacture.

Craig Feeney

Craig Feeney

Resource Team Consultant

 

Craig started his recruitment career in December 2014 and immediately began resourcing for both, Technical & Design and Design for Manufacture working with clients such as Clarke Energy, ChargePoint Technology & Helical successfully landing his first placement inside his first month.

Originally coming from a legal background, obtaining an Honours Degree from the University of Liverpool, Craig’s knowledge and comprehension leaves him in a fantastic position to succeed in the future.
Craig’s role has now become much more specialised as he is now providing a full 360 recruitment service building and solidifying relationships in addition to making placements for himself and his colleagues.

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