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Chris Green, Head of Candidate Generation, PeopleScout

Chris Green

Head of Candidate Generation at PeopleScout

Bristol, United Kingdom

About Me

Leading on Candidate Generation activities for PeopleScout clients in Europe. Enjoy building teams for new client RPO engagements, with expertise in brand led recruitment; specifically recruitment research, pipelining/head-hunting, recruiter-led RPO and data-driven candidate marketing.

I currently have a team of 40 superstars which includes recruiters, attraction/advertising specialists, researchers and analysts who will fill over 7000 senior, specialist and entry-level positions in 2019.

I want to learn more about inclusion; I am proud to be a dyslexic who got free school meals.

Out of work I’m a family man to my loving wife Eleanor, our son Rory and our two cockapoos, Poppy and Mabel. We live in Bristol; in my biased opinion the greatest city in the UK.

Keen to connect with like minded professionals.



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