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Helen Marshall

Associate Director, Health

“Tile Hill and I share the same visions and values to deliver an outstanding service to both candidates and clients in the Health sector.”

Helen Marshall is our Associate Director of Health at Tile Hill. She brings with her over 30 years of invaluable experience in the private and public sectors, specialising in interim appointments within the broader Health sector.

Helen has left an indelible mark in her career, notably joining GatenbySanderson in 2008. There, her focus on senior interim appointments spanned Local Government, Health, and Central Government. Her expertise led her to recruit Chief Executives, Directors, and Assistant Directors, with a significant impact on Local Government.

Motivated by the genuine difference each interim manager makes in the public sector, Helen is passionate about providing a proactive and consultative approach to benefit both candidates and clients. Her role as Associate Director of Health signifies a new chapter, where she aims to apply their extensive knowledge and skills to make a meaningful impact.

Helen is drawn to recruitment by the opportunity to help people, moving away from her earlier accountancy career and into a field centered on building relationships. Her affinity with Tile Hill is rooted in shared values, aligning seamlessly with the company's candidate and client-focused approach.

Looking ahead, Helen is determined to foster the growth of Tile Hill by establishing a successful Health practice parallel to their Local Government success. The shared vision and values within Tile Hill provide a solid foundation to deliver an outstanding service to both candidates and clients in the Health sector.

On a personal note, Helen finds utmost joy when dancing in her kitchen with her daughter and their dog. Additionally, she brings a touch of entrepreneurial spirit, having set up a dog walking business after the pandemic, where she walked an impressive 70 dogs per week.

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