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Fallon joins Armstrong Craven’s Healthcare and Life Sciences team

Fallon joins Armstrong Craven’s Healthcare and Life Sciences teamGlobal talent mapping and pipelining specialist Armstrong Craven has made a key appointment to its Healthcare and Life Sciences team.

Fallon Gilhooley comes on board as a Global Client Partner. She has previously worked in several senior recruitment roles in the UK, Europe and Australia.

Fallon will be looking to develop Armstrong Craven’s client base among CDMO & CRO. She will also be responsible for expanding the firm’s work in the speciality chemicals industry.

She is also a Life Sciences Executive Board Member for the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) with responsibility for ensuring best practice in the sector.

Olivia Wynn, Armstrong Craven’s Practice Director, Healthcare and Life Sciences, said: “The Healthcare and Life Sciences team continues to go from strength to strength, working with a large number of multinational corporations both within specific regions and on a more global scale.

“Fallon is the latest important addition to our own team of talent and will allow us to take our mapping, pipelining and insight services into a number of new and exciting areas.”

Fallon said: “I am delighted to join Armstrong Craven and look forward to helping clients take a more strategic approach to talent acquisition. Our services enable businesses to win the race to fill scarce and senior roles with the best possible talent.”

Armstrong Craven has seen annual growth in excess of 45 per cent since 2014. The firm has offices in London, Manchester and Singapore with further offices due to open in 2018.

Tom Mason recently joined as CEO with responsibility for driving international expansion.

In addition to Healthcare and Life Sciences, the firm’s other key sectors are Technology, Consumer, Industrial, Financial and Professional Services.


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