Musical chairs & TV fame!

It’s all change for leading Jersey recruitment agency Park Personnel this month with team expansion, promotion, exam success and starring roles on ChannelTV.

Carly James has been appointed as the new receptionist and the newly expanded team are overjoyed to have her. Previously Carly had worked in a similar role at a local trust company for three years.

Park partner, Toni Bracken, said, ‘We are delighted to welcome Carly to Park. With her solid previous experience, the team knows everything will run smoothly in her “well-manicured” hands! She has settled in with us incredibly quickly and is already an invaluable member of our small team.’

Carly’s arrival is not the only cause for celebration. Gemma Rawlings, Park’s previous receptionist who was quickly promoted to become a trainee recruitment consultant, has now passed her Certificate in Recruitment Practice with a distinction!

The Park team are extremely happy and proud of Gemma’s great results. Gemma describes that she is ‘absolutely delighted’ to have received distinction in the Certificate in Recruitment Practice. The course has given her a broader knowledge and understanding of the recruitment industry, current legislation and best practice. Not to mention the confidence and better understanding to now put all of the theory into practice.

Park are also now entering their third month as the sponsors of ChannelTV’s Job Channel where they’re the expert voice of the recruitment industry here in Jersey, with their insights and know-how proving extremely valuable to all job seekers.

The interviews so far have given advice in such things like how to handle competency-based interviews and how to write an impressive CV. These interviews, and others, can be viewed online on the Job Channel and Park Personnel website/youtube channel at any time.

Jo Le Couillard, partner at Park speaks highly of the fantastic exposure that ChannelTV & Channelonline advertising has provided for them.

She states that ‘both new and existing job seekers are seeing the adverts on TV, then checking out the full advice pieces online or heading to our website to see our latest vacancies.’