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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Traditionally senior management roles carried with them a pre-requisite of a university degree, usually a MBA and preferably from one of the top universities such as Oxford or Cambridge. In recent years, however, some companies are claiming that experience and skill is more important and candidates applying for senior positions need not necessarily have a…Read More
If nothing else, the lead up to Brexit has been entertaining, with daily headlines screaming out the latest complication. It was never going to be a straightforward deal and while some politicians may be confident of a positive outcome, it’s fairly certain commerce and industry don’t agree. Between all the political wrangling there is a…Read More
The announcement of a 9 month delay to the opening of the much anticipated new Crossrail project in London, not only made headlines in July 2018. It also highlighted a major concern in the infrastructure industry: Governments inability to deliver on major flagship infrastructure projects. With cost over runs in excess of £600m, it’s certainly…Read More