In the most recent issue of CAT, GCA director, Glen Shepherd, advised on best practice for hiring the right people, looking at the cost of a bad hire and offering top tips on attracting the very best talent.
Women play a significant part within the Glen Callum Team with 50% of our Senior positions held by Women. We’re committed to promoting equality and are encouraged by the achievements of other successful women across the Automotive sector.
Hence at Glen Callum Associates we are proud to celebrate international women’s day and will be putting our hands together to applaud the achievements of some great female ambassadors of the automotive sector.
Today has been labelled Blue Monday, the day when post-Christmas blues finally take hold, Christmas has gone leaving us with the burden of our excesses; both in our pockets and around our waistlines! Dark nights and cold days are still upon us and those who aren’t happy in their jobs are looking forward to summer sunshine and the next holiday season.
Well we’ve decided we want to put our own label on the day and call it Opportunity Monday!
Monday IS THE DAY when you welcome the opportunities that the new year brings…January is the month when new job prospects are at their highest, a wealth of job opportunities are appearing and if you have the will to kick start 2022 with achievement at the top of your agenda then it’s the ideal time to get your CV out there and land yourself a new job. Banish those January blues, spring forward and find yourself in I can do this mode! Continue reading full article
Automotive and engineering recruitment specialist, Glen Callum Associates (GCA), is hosting an exclusive webinar to kick start 2021 titled: “Auto industry skills shortage & tackling electric vehicles (EV)”.
Kayleigh’s brief on the latest IAAF Automotive Aftermarket news
The IAAF (Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation) held another virtual briefing session today allowing members to keep up-to-date on automotive aftermarket developments. Kayleigh Bradley, Senior Recruiter at Glen Callum Associates, zoomed into the IAAF event and provided us with her brief on the latest automotive aftermarket news……..
DVSA – Managing recalls and Market Surveillance
Keeping connected! Glen Shepherd, AIRP and Kayleigh Bradley attended todays informative webinar hosted by a well respected panel of automotive aftermarket industry speakers discussing the impact of COVID-19 on their businesses and the wider challenges and opportunities for the automotive aftermarket. Continue reading full article
GCA has been conducting Executive Search for Senior Executive, Director and CEO level positions for over 21 years. Our Automotive Recruitment Director, Glen Shepherd heads our executive team. His leadership ensures that GCA’s recruitment knowledge, expertise and contacts are unrivalled. With a team of professional and ethical industry recruiters and headhunters working alongside Glen access to top jobs and top candidates within the automotive trade is a given.
Are you are an Executive searching for strategic and leadership roles? Then read on…
The first industry bitesize briefing was held by the IAAF yesterday, inviting their members to an online session, and a Q&A, on Hybrid and Electric vehicles. The IAAF forums allow industry leaders to keep abreast of industry knowledge by sharing ideas and insights.
The virtual session invited Steve Carter from Train4Auto consultancy to explore the topic… “Had the pandemic hindered or helped sales of electric and hybrid vehicles?”.
Glen Shepherd, Director of Automotive Aftermarket Recruitment Consultancy Glen Callum Associates, attended the zoom session and his feedback was particularly positive
“Thanks to Wendy and Mike for hosting the online IAAF briefing. The format was relaxed, informative and exceptionally engaging, cementing new ways for the members to communicate by utilising and embracing the latest technology. Congratulations to Steve Carter who gave a detailed and passionate insight into the electrification era and what the future holds for hybrid and electric vehicles. Job well done guys, looking forward to the next briefing on the 23rd July”.
Mike Smallbone, head of membership development at the IAAF, said: “This is another exciting development for the IAAF. Our regular Industry Briefings are often over-subscribed and so this new platform will allow members the opportunity to find out more about IAAF’s extensive activity and how it relates to their business going forward.”
Market research by P&S intelligence maintains that the global automotive aftermarket is expected to grow from $78.18 billion in 2019 to $145.07 billion by 2030.
The factors instigating this growth are:
- The rising number of vehicles,
- Escalating demand for electric vehicles in Africa, Latin America and the Middle East, and,
- Installation of connected aftermarket instruments.
It’s the NEW Year and are inundated with NEW Automotive Aftermarket Sales Jobs.
If you have started your new year with the promise of finding your dream job, then check out our list of the latest Motor Trade jobs.
Managing Director – Automotive Sub-Assembly, Retro-fit & Automotive Aftermarket – 3380GS
£70K – £75K + Bonus + Share options (Based upon performance)
Glen Shepherd, Automotive Director, is searching the UK for an inspiring and influential Managing Director with knowledge and experience of the vehicle conversion market and vehicle retrofit sectors such as automotive mobility, LCV, PSV vehicles. Is this you? Call Glen today on 01384 485274 or send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com Continue reading full article
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