Get to know: Rebecca Keen, Executive Search Coordinator
by Rebecca Keen
30/11/20Back to insights
What's your background?
I have worked in Executive Search for the past 3 years, assisting in Search assignments.
In 2017 I joined Hoggett Bowers as a Personal Assistant, supporting consultants and providing end-to-end support. I coordinated our networking events and managed our social media platforms. During my time there I was promoted to Senior Personal Assistant and worked closely with the Managing Directors and the CEO.
I have previously been a Receptionist, a Resourcer (placing Nurses into the community) and an ICT Administrator, working on a Service Desk.
Why did you decide to join Tile Hill?
Having learned a great deal at Hogget Bowers, I wanted to take my knowledge and apply it to a new, up and coming company. I was looking to take on a new challenge and make a difference and Tile Hill seemed like the perfect fit. I am thrilled to be a part of the Tile Hill family and excited to see the company grow.
Tell us more about your role at Tile Hill?
As Executive Search Coordinator I will be working closely with Greg and the Executive Search team to ensure the smooth running and delivery of Executive Search assignments.
I will be on hand to help both candidates and clients throughout the processes and aim to achieve the highest customer satisfaction.
What will you be bringing to the table?
My tech-savvy knowledge and a curiosity to learn and find new ways of doing things.
What’s your approach to recruitment?
Sad to say, many candidates walk away from recruitment organisations having received a less than “OK” experience. I believe it is essential for candidates to receive feedback, and for all communications to be in a timely fashion. Making sure all candidates have a positive experience is key to building relationships and helping them throughout their job search.
What's the soundtrack to your working life?
Something Good Can Work – Two Door Cinema Club
What's your top business tip?
When under pressure, stay calm and take some time to take a step back to evaluate the best plan of action.
What would your autobiography be called?
Fridge Raider: A Quest for Snacks