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Bis Henderson recruits senior practitioner to Executive Search role

Bis Henderson recruits senior practitioner to Executive Search role

Bis Henderson Recruitment, the specialist supply chain and logistics recruitment consultancy within the Bis Henderson Group, has appointed high-profile supply chain practitioner Alison Kirkpatrick as Executive Search Consultant.

With over 29 years’ experience in the sector, mostly at director level, Alison brings a wealth of knowledge to Bis Henderson’s expanding recruitment business. Previous positions have included: Director Supply Chain, Baxter International, Customer Operations Director, Baxter International, Logistics Director, Buck & Hickman, Supply Chain Director, Golden West Foods and General Manager, Exel.

Alison Kirkpatrick says, “I view my move into executive search as an exciting opportunity to use my experience as a change leader to identify and recognise those individuals with the aptitude and skills necessary to transform operations into highly competitive assets. I enjoy working with people and developing high-performance teams, as I believe people can drive organisations to achieve great things.” She adds, “Importantly, every individual deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential – it’s just a matter of matching that potential to the right role.”

Andy Kaye, CEO of Bis Henderson Group, says: “We’re delighted to welcome Alison to our expanding executive search business. Having known Alison for many years, I’m confident that her in-depth understanding of what it takes to run a successful supply chain will prove to be invaluable in matching candidates to the strategic objectives of our clients.”

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