Catherine has over 15 years’ healthcare recruitment experience having joined Medical Personnel in 2001. In her role as Recruitment Consultant, Catherine immediately excelled in every aspect of the recruitment process.
In April 2009, Catherine was a senior manager in the merge of Medical Recruitment Specialists and Alliance Nurses Agency to launch Cpl Healthcare. Throughout the duration of the current HSE contract, Catherine and her team have overseen numerous changes, such as new pay and remuneration models, including the Agency Workers Directive, and the Lansdowne Road and Haddington Road agreements.
In her current role as Operations Manager for the agency, Catherine has excellent relationships with clients and is responsible for all aspects of operations from a candidate/client perspective.
In the Irish healthcare market, Catherine is well respected and known for her responsiveness, professionalism and ability to understand client/candidate requirements.
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