New role offers recruiter Rebecca professional and personal life balance
WHEN it comes to working – recruitment specialist Rebecca Moore firmly believes that there is a job for everyone.
The experienced recruiter and hard-working mum of two has recently joined the team at Peterborough-based Anne Corder Recruitment, turning the effects of the pandemic into a positive.
While her family-run nursery photography business was forced to fold following the impact of lockdown, Rebecca (pictured) enjoyed quality time with her husband and two young children she would otherwise have not been able to experience.
She said: “During lockdown, I was able to spend so much time with my family, and I loved it - it really did make me re-evaluate what I wanted to do going forward. I have worked in many offices over the years, but lockdown and the pandemic has given rise to new opportunities which allow me to enjoy the best of both worlds.
“I have worked in recruitment for 15 years, and when this fantastic opportunity arose at Anne Corder Recruitment, it gave me the opportunity to fulfil two of the most important things I want in life – to be a good mum and a good recruiter.
“I think we have all learned that remote and flexible working is something to be embraced, offering the opportunity to enjoy a work/ life balance. I can take my children to school and be back at my desk for a 9am meeting – that’s the beauty of something that should not be taken for granted.”
Rebecca, who lives in Northampton, added: “The pandemic gave me the chance to stop and re-set. I am passionate about my industry, and I firmly believe that there is a job for everyone; it’s simply a case of matching the right candidate to the right role.
“We know there are job seekers out there and we would urge employers to trust and believe in their recruitment partners – they are key in helping them to recruit the right person for a particular position.”
When she isn’t working, as well as surrounding herself with positive people, Rebecca says she loves to cook for family and friends, and bake with her children,
She added: “I got into fitness during lockdown; particularly after a lot of cooking and eating, and now enjoy going to the gym and have completed a Couch to 5km.”
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