Our clients have, for many years, relied on us to provide the highest calibre interim executives. These professionals have filled vacancies at short notice, led change programmes and shared their expertise with those around them.
Now, in response to enthusiastic client demand, we are pleased to announce that we are able to provide a permanent recruitment service, Beyond Interim, sourcing the very best executive level candidates for our client’s long-term vacancies.
This isn’t any recruitment service, however. Reflecting our agile approach to resourcing, as well as an increase in demand for flexibility from our customers, Beyond Interim allows us to deliver senior permanent and fixed fee solutions at speed, across both the public and private sector.
Please note, this is a specialist service for our clients and we work on an exclusive basis only.
Examples of permanent roles we have placed successfully include:
- Head of Compliance – Financial Services
- As anyone in Financial Services will attest, this is an extremely important role; it’s vital that all activities take place in adherence with FCA regulations and best practice – something that the Head of Compliance is accountable for. As such, no business can afford to have this position vacant for long. Typical tasks include developing compliance frameworks upon which the business can operate to meet existing and future requirements, looking over and approving policies and ultimately ensuring that the company complies with its legal and regulatory responsibilities.
- Head of Programme & Events – Professional Services
- This particular position required a talented individual to design and deliver a schedule of activities, including a membership programme, to further strengthen the company’s reputation as a leader in the provision of technology-related solutions. Working closely with other stakeholders, the Head of Programme & Events sets strategies, which include IT research, from inception to delivery, to reflect the organisation’s overall mission.
- HR Director – FMCG
- The HR Director typically oversees the delivery of people management services. This usually encompasses designing and directing the implementation of activities around change programmes, recruitment, talent management, learning & development, HR business partnering, cost-cutting and employee engagement. With a voice on the board, this role remains extremely important at a time where HR (still) has to justify its existence to the rest of the business.
- Business Development Director – Business Services
- An integral part of an organisation, the Business Development Director typically leads the operations which support the organisation’s goals, to drive business growth. They’d be required to create and manage strategies that can promote the company goals and delivers the required results. They would equally play a valuable part in establishing and maintaining stakeholder relationships, driving new business into the company.
- Director of Technology – Public Health
- In today’s always-connected world, the Director of Technology’s job is increasingly important. They are responsible for driving technological innovation and for developing the overarching strategies which define the business’s approach to and use of tech solutions. The job holder would be expected to oversee the delivery of high quality IT services, evaluate processes and guarantee the entire tech infrastructure adheres to strict security protocol.
- Account Director – Software & Technology
- This is a dynamic role which usually falls within the sales function. The Account Director role isn’t for those who want to sit quietly in an office all day; it’s a hands-on job in which business opportunities are identified, challenges are resolved and new business is won. Applicants for this position need to be personable, attentive to detail and great at building relationships. They have a deep understanding of their sector and can use this to attract yet more contracts, though not to the detriment of existing accounts.
- Head of IT – Industrial Manufacturing
- Responsible for the delivery and output of the IT department, the Head of IT usually develops, directs and manages the company’s technology infrastructure. Responsibilities can range from training the team and overseeing the IT Help Desk, to streamlining processes and identifying opportunities to boost cost efficiency. It’s a role that is essential for any organisation’s growth, as it impacts the way in which the entire workforce operates.
- Director of Risk – Utilities
- The importance of this role simply cannot be underestimated. In an age where data breaches seem to be commonplace, the Director of Risk is responsible for developing ‘lines of defence’, to protect the organisation from various external threats and internal risks. They will define the risk framework and will work with others to find ways of preventing strategic risk, providing guidance on due diligence and promoting a culture where every employee becomes accountable for their actions.
- Finance Director – Charity/NFP
- There’s more to this role than determining budgets and managing financial reporting. The Finance Director also carries out financial planning, supports the CEO with regard to funding for the organisation and liaises with parties to ensure regulatory compliance. The job holder would additionally represent the organisation to potential investors/donors/partners when working within the charity/NFP sector for fundraising purposes.
- Chief Information Officer – Healthcare
- The technological buck stops here, with the CIO. As the most senior executive in the IT department, the CIO is responsible for implementing the organisation’s entire IT operation. This covers the creation of an IT governance framework, corporate standards, the IT infrastructure, process evaluation and the maintaining of relationships across the business. It’s a big role which has evolved considerably in recent years, and will continue to do so.
We launched Beyond Interim after clients requested our assistance in finding them permanent staff and it’s a testament to our commitment to quality that the service has proven to be a success. This is due, in no small part, to our team of expert consultants and experienced researchers, who together work tirelessly to identify the right individual or team for your requirements.
Through using our established database, built up since 2003, as well as our personal networks and appropriate online tools, we are able to source the highest quality candidates; always demonstrating pace and value. If you would like to learn more about our Beyond Interim service, please call us on 0207 398 7520 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.