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Drew Marlow

Drew Marlow, Senior Consultant, CharlesHunter
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My Bio

Drew is a specialist Senior Recruitment Consultant for Children’s Services on the Permanent Social Care division. He oversees all Recruitment nationally. 

Background Story

I’ve been in Sales for eight years and naturally always acted as a Consultant rather than a Salesman. Five of those years were spent working in a field based business development role which had no work life balance and left me feeling stagnated. In February 2017, I decided to take on a new challenge and join Charles Hunter Associates. Since joining, I have progressed from Trainee Consultant through to Senior and I now head up the Children’s Services Division where I oversee recruitment nationally. 

Biggest Achievement

Winning Consultant's Consultant within my first 10 months at Charles Hunter Associates and also passing probation with a record breaking performance over budget. I also managed to get promoted to Senior Consultant after only 15 months.

Why Charles Hunter Associates?

I chose Charles Hunter Associates because from the initial meeting with the Senior Management team I was hooked. I was sold on the ideology of the business, where it was going and how it was going to achieve it. I wanted to be a part of that growth and work with like-minded individuals who strive for success every day and have fun while doing it. It’s a brilliant work environment and everyone is committed to contributing towards the company’s success. 

How would your team best describe you in three words?

Fun, Driven, Focused


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