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Katie joins Exeter office of education recruitment firm Classpeople

By Exeter Express and Echo  |  Posted: February 27, 2014

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Katie Holdsworth has joined Classpeople in Exeter

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Education recruitment specialists Classpeople have welcomed Katie Holdsworth as a consultant in their Exeter branch. She will work closely with secondary schools in the region to recruit for supply, long term and permanent positions.

Katie, who has worked in educational recruitment for the past two years, said: “I always enjoyed school and wanted a career that was associated with the sector; I chose education recruitment as it gives me the opportunity to support lots of different schools and teachers playing on my strengths and my passion for education. Not only am I excited to be given the opportunity to further develop my skills as a recruiter, but I am particularly excited to work for a company dedicated to education. It is the perfect opportunity for me to combine my love for people and enthusiasm for a good education into one great job.”

With her main area of responsibility comprising of secondary schools and SEN; covering the area from North Devon all the way through to the Plymouth area, Katie will utilise her wealth of knowledge to recruit the best teachers. She added: “Having experience from early years through to further education really is a bonus, it means that I can find the most suitable teachers to suit a particular setting and have the satisfaction of being able to make a difference.”

Classpeople’s Exeter branch manager Sam Leach said: “Katie is an enthusiastic and passionate individual, but she has a clear vision of what she wants to do with her future at Classpeople and is already demonstrating her skill. She has already signed seven new schools to her roster and has made a deep impression on the company already. With her enthusiasm and dedication in her arsenal of exciting traits, Katie is already proving herself an excellent member of the Classpeople team. I look forward to seeing her develop into a strong recruitment consultant.”

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