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Mandy Wheeler nominated for Temporary Consultant of the Year for the IRP Awards 2016

28/09/16 Tina Patel Marketing Specialist

Redline Group are absolutely thrilled to announce Mandy Wheeler, Senior Consultant in the company’s Contract Technology R&D Division, has been shortlisted for the Temporary Consultant of the Year at the REC Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP) Awards 2016, which is taking place in December at the very grand Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London.

An IRP Award is the highest accolade an individual or company can receive in the recruitment industry and is unique in raising awareness of the positive role models whose exceptional work, and candidate and client care, sets the bar for all recruitment professionals and businesses to aspire to. You can view the shortlist here.

The IRP Awards are the only recruitment sector awards hosted and awarded by the REC to recognise the very best individuals and companies within the recruitment industry. Recognising achievement across all levels and different disciplines, the awards are a true reflection of the UK’s recruitment talent.

Mandy comments on her nomination: “I am honoured to be one of 7 shortlisted for the Temporary Consultant of the Year Award. It proves that hard work and dedication does not go unnoticed both by Redline to nominate me, by my Clients for their recognition and by the recruitment Industry to shortlist me.”

Daniel Saddi - R&D & Engineering Manager comments on why Mandy was nominated: “I am truly delighted Mandy has been nominated for the industry’s most prestigious award. With the Temporary and Contract recruitment market worth in excess of £26B in the UK it really demonstrates what an achievement it is to have made the IRP shortlist. Her exceptional achievement this year is not just about “filling jobs” or “short-listing” talented engineering contractors but by providing an outstanding level of knowledge-led service to both clients and candidates. Mandy always goes above and beyond the norm, whilst constantly inspiring colleagues to follow her lead. Well done and good luck Mandy!”