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Brian Allbrighton

Brian Allbrighton, Senior Consultant, CharlesHunter
Senior Consultant
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My Bio

As a member of the temporary social work division, Brian recruits children’s social workers across London and South East England.

Background Story

My work life started after leaving college at the age of 18. Having worked in various sales roles for the past decade, everything from barman and customer service advisor to bar management and call centre team leader, I made the choice to move into recruitment. I knew that all the experience from my previous roles would set me up for a great career as a recruiter.

Biggest Achievement
Last year I was able to buy my first property without the help of any family or friends. Being able to make such a big step in life by myself is the thing I am proudest of most. My family would probably say being able to keep it tidy was though…

Why Charles Hunter Associates?

As a recruitment agency Charles Hunter Associates really stood out from the crowd. I interviewed for several different agencies but Charles Hunter Associates’s commitment and integrity to the job that they do really set them above the rest.

How would your team best describe you in three words?
Social, able, motivated.

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Finalist at the Laingbuisson Social Care Awards 2018!
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