Ellis Fox can help you find the right senior expertise to fill executive positions or interim needs. We know what type of experience, characteristics and skills are needed to succeed in an executive role.
Through our extensive industry network you can gain access to senior executives that aren’t necessarily even looking for a new job, but may be open to considering a good opportunity.
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Interim executives fill a crucial gap in organisations. They are typically seasoned professions who are either semi-retired or prefer to work on a short-term contract basis. Interims are brought in to successfully implement change and transition or turnarounds, oversee specialist niche projects, or develop new or specific areas of business.
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For several years now there has been much talk about how technology could revolutionise the construction industry. While adoption rates have remained slow technology implementation is gaining momentum. Could 2020 be the year that things really start to change? BIM has already made inroads within the industry and become a requirement for major tenders. It’s…Read More
Despite lower output in 2019 and challenges of project delays, the infrastructure sector is the one that shows the greatest promise for 2020. Government has announced that major funding is to be made available for the development and improvement of infrastructure. Industry regulators such as Ofwat, too have released their strategic plan for ensuring more…Read More
It’s a strange time of year, especially now in the week between Christmas and New Year. It feels like you should be on holiday even if you’re not. Business seems to slow down and it’s almost as if everyone is waiting for the New Year to start. Generally the time spent working is not the…Read More