Chad Harrison International expands UK team

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Chad Harrison International (CHI) has expanded its team with the appointment of two new members. The executive search firm has appointed Damien Davies and Ryan McFarlane to the team in its Liverpool, UK office.

Ryan joins as a search consultant, having worked in talent acquisition at Babcock International and completed a degree at Liverpool John Moores University. He enters the plastics and packaging division, working with companies around the world to connect the best in the international market.

Damien Davies brings with him a wealth of experience in the chemicals and life sciences division and takes up the post of international search consultant. He has previously held senior positions with Rullion and M-tech 360. His role with CHI will see him travelling internationally, working with senior chemical candidates and clients to provide executive search and selection solutions.

Speaking about the appointments, CHI managing director Luke Robbins-Wells said “I’m delighted that Ryan and Damien have joined the team. They stood out in the selection process more than other candidates and believe they will bring different skill sets to the team that will align with CHI’s core values. This signifies an exciting phase of growth for the company, which has seen our team grow substantially in the last 12 months.”

The recent appointments follow the news that CHI has opened an office in Dusseldorf, Germany to ensure a closer relationship with the European plastics and packaging sector.

CHI is an executive search and selection company to the industrial sector. It provides talent acquisition solutions to the built environment, chemical, plastics, packaging, mining and metals sectors. To discuss new opportunities contact the CHI team. 

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