Change Recruitment Group, Scotland’s leading independent recruitment consultancy, adds three new members to its specialist team providing recruitment solutions across IT, Digital and Business Change. The appointments expand the firm’s offering in catering for the ever increasing demand for digitally skilled workers.

·           Kaleem Manaf has joined as Principal Consultant IT, Digital & Change

Kaleem has joined Change’s digital division in 2016 bringing over 10 years’ experience in the IT recruitment sector. He began his early career in IT as Solution Architect designing technology infrastructure and benefits from a broad knowledge of the sector and a vast professional network he has built over the years.

·           Natalie McLean has joined as Senior Consultant IT, Digital & Change

Natalie has been in the recruitment industry for 9 years and has worked across a wide range of sectors including Investment Services and shore based Oil and Gas. She was with Change between 2010 and 2014 and returned in 2016 after two years building her knowledge in Information Technology at Optimum IT, a global market leader for the provision of IT personnel. Natalie joined the Group’s Fintech team, recruiting both contract and permanent IT professionals into Financial Services and broader industry sectors.

Consultant Matt Roberts has also recently joined Change to focus predominantly on the IT & Digital market, recruiting IT professionals into Support and Infrastructure positions.

Andrew Finlayson, Director of IT, Digital and Change at Change Recruitment Group, said: “All three candidates are excellent and very important additions to our team at a time of ever increasing demand for digitally skilled candidates across all markets.

“Many large companies are now looking to embed a digitally skilled force within, and throughout, their business instead of using external services. Kaleem, Natalie and Matt will bring more digital talent to our existing financial services clients, providing specialist technology and digital recruitment services as well as introducing Change’s skills to new markets.”