JP Trett Student Ambassador Josh Joachim

March Blog – by JP Trett Student Ambassador Josh Joachim

We’ve just about had enough of all this B*****! 

Well, well, well, in February I wrote that the last day of spring term was going to coincide with the day we left the EU… how wrong I was! B***** not only is the bane of everyone’s general life but also for us business students, who try to offer strategic recommendations in our assignments but creativity is becoming increasingly restricted by whatever (if any) B***** outcome if forthcoming!

Anyway, enough of that, it is quite surreal thinking that I am now entering my final term at Harper Adams University. It doesn’t seem 5 minutes since I first experienced the M6 gridlock and then proceeded to experience the anxiety of whether the M6 Toll barrier would allow me through. I must say, this year has flown by and now we really are entering the business end of the season. A busy Easter “holidays” beckons for many, with dissertations and the final few assignments handed in within the first fortnight back, then on to doing all that wider reading meant for earlier reading weeks…

This term has been an epic one for many reasons. One of the highlights was certainly the lecture given by Mark Hemming, Regional Director of Amazon UK, who has the incredible job of overseeing 10 Amazon fulfilment centres – it was a fantastic insight into their business model and the level of planning that goes into their operations.

Along with the 6 Nations rugby, the Cheltenham Festival also attracts a sizeable Harper contingent and this year was no different, with the luck of the Irish staying with us for Paddy’s Ball. Hats off to Harper Ireland again for smashing it with the organisation and it was once again a memorable (partially) night in the SU!

The Careers Fair 2019 was also held a couple of weeks ago, an ideal opportunity for students to meet with experts in the recruitment industry including Phoebe and Anna from JP Trett. “Highly insightful” and “very useful” were the verdicts from students who attended, and the event also acted as an opportune reminder for final years to get a handle on what career opportunities are currently out there, ready for finishing in a matter of just a few weeks now!

Looking ahead, I’m sure there will be the need for some re-upholstering on the 24hr room computer chairs as several deadlines approach. Many final and 2nd years will still be travelling the length and breadth of the British Isles in the coming weeks searching for graduate and placement positions, for which specialist interview advice from JP Trett can be found below!

All that’s left to say is have a smashing Easter and Go well!

20Nov 2015

As we progress through the final quarter of the year we have been building our team to ensure that we continue to provide ‘industry sector specific’ champions to represent past, present and future clients that need this knowledge and intelligence.

We clearly provide a benefit to both clients and candidates alike in that we understand the industry and the roles within, we understand the requirements and passion for the sectors and as such always provide a positive and successful service.

As your business prepares its budget for increasing your headcount, shaping your team and driving your business forward perhaps you should be calling us to see what talent is available to your organisation.

As a candidate, do you look back over your last year of employment and feel that it is time to make a change, if this sounds familiar then please log in and register with JP Trett to see where your future may take you. With a fully interactive and secure candidate portal on our website you could be getting that alert of a great new job before it gets advertised.

 

Three recent additions to the JP Trett Team include:

Jessica Toombs

JP TRETT EQUNE – An accomplished Equine Specialist, qualified in Horse Husbandry, Equine Science and Management locally at Easton College and with 2 years’ experience working at a Stud Farm. Jessica has also had a career in Hospitality representing a leading Worldwide Hotel organisation. With so much passion and knowledge in the Equine and Science Industry Jessica has rapidly taken to recruitment. She is always pushing to understand more, regularly self-educating and training to pass all the professional modules in our training program. A certain star of the future within JP Trett pushing everyone to achieve more!

Bertie Steggles

 JP TRETT LIVESTOCK – A Harper Adams Graduate with an accomplished career already within Agriculture focussing and specialising in Livestock. Having grown up on a Norfolk Farm with a diverse range of various Livestock endeavours Bertie has first-hand experience as well as Sales and Service experience within the sector. A keen sportsman and regular attendee at many Agri-Livestock shows Bertie is well connected and respected within the Livestock industry. Again making massive steps forward in his professional Recruitment training Bertie has delivered results from day one to assist the team. Another rising star of JP Trett.

Linda Trett

JP TRETT – A marketing specialist with a history of successful recruitment Linda joins the team to ensure JP Trett is focussed within the industry specific sectors to deliver the right service to the right audience. With an abundance of energy and enthusiasm Linda has been instrumental in pushing the business forward into new territories and helping the team understand the power of modern marketing and social media.

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