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Inspired Recruitment and CCS Recruitment appoints first Marketing Manager

Cezara Glynn

North West based recruitment specialists Inspired Recruitment and CCS Recruitment have appointed Cezara Glynn as Marketing Manager.

Creation of the new role follows an exciting period of expansion at the organisation, as the business continues to invest in its search for top talent.

Founder and Director, Sean Hickey said: “We have experienced significant growth over the last two years and the appointment of our first Marketing Manager is the next big step to drive the brand further developing the IT, and construction markets.

“We’re delighted that Cezara has joined our team, and there are exciting times ahead for Inspired and CCS.”

Cezara will focus on developing the company’s brand, content and digital strategy. She will be responsible for supporting business development, creating and managing marketing material for Inspired Recruitment and CCS Recruitment, in a bid to expand partnerships with clients and candidates across the North West, UK and Europe.

“Recruitment is an extremely competitive industry, so a coherent, effective marketing strategy is vital for Inspired and CCS,” she said. “I’m very much looking forward to putting my digital and creative skills to good use and helping to drive further tangible growth for the organisation.”

Cezara brings more than nine years’ marketing experience to her new role. She started her career as a junior reporter for Tameside & Glossop Chronicle, before moving into communications and digital marketing in a variety of sectors, including higher education, IT, and digital marketing.

Sean added: “At Inspired and CCS we care passionately about our candidates’ careers and matching the best skilled individuals with our clients’ objectives. Cezara aims to enhance the quality of our communications and relationship building to deliver that added value to our work for candidates and clients alike.”