Within Cammach Recruitment we are all very aware of how lucky we are to be surrounded with good friends, family and working in a job we enjoy. 12 wishes is our way of directly helping others who are not so fortunate.
We hope that a small act of kindness can make their wish come true.
If you would like to nominate someone who could do with a bit of help, please contact us on 01224 894444 and we will do our best. Or if you are a local business that would like to offer a small gesture, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Some examples of what we have done to date are listed below;
Cammach Recruitment were delighted to support Airyhall Primary Schools World of Work week. During this week, pupils explored what is involved in different roles and workplaces.
Our Recruitment Director Leanne McDonald who has a background in graphic communication prior to a long standing career in recruitment, spoke about working in the oil and gas industry creating complex engineering drawings.
Jennifer Johnston our Senior Recruitment Consultant has a law degree and spoke about the many different career paths that this can take you into from criminal, HR to contracts lawyer to name a few.
A huge thank you to all the staff and pupils at the school who gave us such a warm welcome. We look forward to working with you again in the future.
Say It Ain’t Sew runs free weekly sewing classes in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen and Stirling. A great community initiative that Cammach Recruitment are delighted to support. Through our 12 Wishes campaign, business cards and flyers were designed by our Recruitment Director Leanne McDonald and then the print was gifted by Jason Moir, Business Development Manager of XIC. XIC – design, print & digital services, kindly printed a four figure sum of the business cards and flyers to gift to Say It Aint Sew.
Founded in 2010 by then costume and fashion designer Iona Barker after she found out that sewing was being phased out of the curriculum in Scottish schools.
The art of sewing has been part of our heritage for thousands of years and has so many benefits. Through sewing you can gain confidence socially and creatively, strengthen your cognitive abilities, helps to de-stress and make things for your friends and families for very little cost. By purchasing our sewing kits, you are helping Say It Ain’t Sew fund free sewing classes across Scotland… and some day, the world!
Cammach Recruitment are delighted to support the Culter Boys Club U13s football trip to Germany. The team have organised a race night to raise funds by means of sponsorship and raffle prizes. If you are interested in sponsoring the event, buying a horse for the race or making a raffle donation we would love to hear from you firstname.lastname@example.org
Our friends at the Hilton Double Tree have been quick to respond and have kindly donated an afternoon tea for two people to the auction – thank you once again Double Tree Aberdeen.
We are routing for our two horses, Anita Recruit and Ivana Job.
Thank you to our client Add Energy for taking an S5 pupil for a week of work experience.
The Robert Gordon’s College PSE programme is encouraging all pupils in S5 to undertake a work experience placement for one week from Monday 12th – Friday 16th of June 2017.
Joshua approached Cammach Recruitment for help to facilitate this placement. His aspiration is to undertake a career in Engineering and has particular interest in the area of mechanical and electromechanical engineering.
Our client, Peter Adam, Director of Add Energy has kindly offered Joshua a placement and we look forward to hearing how he gets on. Add Energy is a rapidly growing and innovative company that specialise in Drilling, Testing, Completion, Intervention, Abandonment and Integrity. Joshua will be warmly welcomed.
We are delighted to be working with Lisa Glenday from Sue Ryder as part of our 12 Wishes Campaign. We hosted a crafting session with residents to make some bespoke paper rose table decorations for a fund raising event we are sponsoring later this year.
Sue Ryder are aiming to raise £3.9 million to extend Scotland’s only purpose-built specialist neurological care centre, Dee View Court in Aberdeen which will give them the flexibility to care for a further 20 people.
Lisa added; “Thank you for such a great craft session yesterday at Dee View Court. Our residents and staff are still admiring the final products and look forward to continuing to make the flowers in the coming weeks.”