An interim manager should be used when an organisation needs an injection of expertise. A crisis, a new venture, a merger, or a maybe a just a shortfall in the in-house capacity can stimulate the need for an interim manager.

Thinking of outsourcing your finance function? Hiring an Interim manager who has done it before might be a good idea. Bidding for local government contracts? Then maybe someone who understands the language and culture of the council might help. Building a new school? Then how about someone from the commercial world to join your education team for a while and get the best out of the developers. In fact, cross -sector pollination is one of the enormous unsung benefits of the interim market.

A fresh pair of eyes and a project management approach often provides the necessary clarity and purpose to get the job done.

Well established in executive recruitment, our clients, from all areas of property and construction, transport and infrastructure, energy and the Industrial sectors, have grown to appreciate the deep understanding we have of their culture and working practices; the delivery of a shortlist of qualified interim managers is a swift and accurate process and can be presented sometimes in as little as 48 hours.