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Daniel Turner


Senior Account Manager

01925 912181

Danny joined First Recruitment Group in 2017 with over 6 years’ recruitment experience specialising in the manufacturing, engineering and supply chain industries.

As a Senior Account Manager he works within the FMCG/Food and Drink Sector on senior and mid-level permanent positions across the UK, liasing with the client throughout the recruitment process.

He does not just work as a ‘provider’ of specialist resources; but in partnership with businesses to support them in restructuring, projects, transformation, change, mergers, acquisitions and succession planning; ultimately working closely with the very best talent in the FMCG market to significantly save on cost and add immediate value and impact.

Daniel has formed key partnerships with crucial stakeholders within the business to support us to fill business critical roles by going out into market to seek scarce skills and experience that will bridge gaps within our employee portfolio. At all times I have found Daniel to be professional, trustworthy and demonstrate a consultative approach as opposed to the "big sell" as you often find with many recruitment consultants. He demonstrates great passion in being part of the journey that the business is currently undertaking. I would not hesitate to recommend Daniel to other HR Practitioners and key stakeholders in and out.
FMCG Client
My organisation has worked with Daniel for many years, and I have personally had the pleasure of working with him for the past year. Always my first port of call for our senior production/engineering roles, I appreciate the reliability, honesty and integrity with which he works. The calibre of successful candidates is second to none. I have no reservation in highly recommending Daniel and look forward to continuing our working partnership.
FMCG Client


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