Steven Brady

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Experienced Recruitment Partner/Director , recruiting within the Marketing and Operations sectors across the UK and Gibraltar. I have extensive recruitment experience and specific industry knowledge within my field.

SRGEurope recognises that making the right executive hire is of critical importance to our clients. Our starting premise is that the right person is out there in the marketplace and we know how to find them. This positive approach means we always provide executive candidates with vision, acumen and leadership skills as well as experience and knowledge. These are decision makers who make a real difference to the businesses in which they work. If you would like a confidential conversation about your next career move, please feel free to contact me. For our latest job vacancies, please visit

Specialties: Marketing, Account Management, Compliance, Online Gaming and Operations.

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Why Using A Recruitment Agency Can Benefit Yo...

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Why Using A Recruitment Agency Can Benefit Your Business Recruiting for new candidates is not only a complex process for new businesses, established businesses can also find the world of recruitment just as costly and time-consuming. The phrase ‘time is money’ rotates around everything within recruitment. The longer it takes to fulfil the gap in the organisation hierarchy, the more money it costs the organisation to juggle client deadlines in the air. H...


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about 1 month ago

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