Camino Partners, the back-office to boardroom recruitment specialists, are proud to announce the official launch of an interim recruitment division.
Established in 2012, Camino Partners have successfully partnered with hundreds of recruitment, executive search and high-growth SME professional services organisations in the procurement of transformative finance professionals predominantly on a permanent basis, whilst conducting interim searches upon request. Business growth combined with client demand across our sectors has led to the launch of a dedicated interim finance recruitment division.
The new division will operate across Camino’s markets, placing senior finance interim’s into staffing, legal & high-growth SME professional services firms.
Specialist, senior finance hires can provide solutions to business-critical situations, whether that is the implementation of new software, preparing a business for a merger or sale, or a safe pair of hands whilst making the correct long-term, permanent hire.
The division will be led by experienced senior interim finance recruitment consultant, Jack Stuart.
Associate Director, Harry Hewson, said, “Jack brings brilliant cross-sector interim finance recruitment experience and has added value instantly. We have been successfully placing high-impact interims upon our clients’ request since inception; without focussing on this area, 10% of our NFI came from contract recruitment. This increased focus and investment should enable us to scale this team rapidly and provide an exceptional and rounded service to our clients.”.
Regarding the launch of the new division, Jack commented, “the rise in demand for contractors within the professional services sector and Camino’s network makes this an incredible opportunity for us to have a positive impact on high-growth professional services business through a key period of their growth. I am excited to use my expertise within the interim market to provide guidance to candidates & clients alike through the current political & economic changes.”
Recent interim placements include: