Cogent Staffing welcomes new consultant

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The team at Cogent Staffing are very pleased to announce Gary Redshaw has joined the business. Gary will be joining our commercial division and continuing to take it from success to success in his role as Recruitment Consultant.Gary has over 4 years’ experience in the industry, starting his career in 2015 as a trainee recruitment consultant. During his time in recruitment, Gary has worked across the health and care sector but will now transfer his knowledge and experience to successfully continue to grow our commercial division. Gary also has a degree in Criminology and Forensic Science from the University of Hull.

We wish him all the success in his new role, and we look forward to working with him.

You can connect with Gary on LinkedIn here or contact the team to find out how we can support you.

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