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Our People

Our greatest assets are our people. The happiness and wellbeing of our staff are our priority — that's why we focus on making the Ellis Recruitment Group a wonderful place to work.

Corrie Harris

“Working at the Ellis Recruitment Group allows you to be part of a cohesive team that celebrates each other’s success together. We have a diverse and welcoming attitude and have a lot of fun together.”

Lewis Ward

“I work for Ellis Recruitment Group because we have great people who are all very supportive and want everyone to do well.”

Anu Hamal

“Ellis Recruitment Group is a great place to work. Everyone is very supportive, friendly, and makes you feel the part of team. On my first day I was very nervous, but I didn’t feel that it was my first day at work as everyone was very friendly, helpful, and supportive.”

Pam Brewster

“I work at Ellis Recruitment Group because it is fully inclusive and provides a great environment to work in. Ongoing work-related training and development will hopefully lead to a more senior post.”

Stuart Welch

“I work for the Ellis Recruitment Group because we have a very structured brand offering to IT recruitment. It’s also a relaxed environment, where everyone is treated like an adult and being a small company, I like the flexibility that affords.”


At the Ellis Recruitment Group, we split recruitment into two distinct and equally important parts. Client sales consultants focus on servicing our clients while our candidate sales consultants interact with candidates. Both elements then combine to complete the process.

  • Gaining expertise in the specific technology marketplace
  • Networking in your field to gain insight and increase reputation
  • Focussed prospect identification
  • Chasing appropriate leads and requirements
  • Cold calling prospective clients
  • Developing relationships with hiring managers and line business managers
  • Translating client requirements
  • Negotiating contractual terms and offers
  • Developing a network of candidates
  • Identify appropriate and available candidates
  • Creating technically correct job adverts
  • Managing the interview and recruitment process
  • Post-placement candidate management
  • Obtaining client referrals
  • Identifying leads from candidate conversations
  • Develop business development client conversations

Being a client sales consultant means working long hours, but the earning potential is huge. We work hard but also have a lot of fun with incentives being offered each and every month. I enjoy coming to work in such a positive and vibrant atmosphere and take a lot of pleasure in seeing my team do well both professionally and personally.