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PK Education welcomes new team member

Birmingham-based education recruitment specialist, PK Education, has welcomed its latest staff member and the office is on the lookout for more quality consultants to join the team.

Eve Beer has recently joined the firm’s city centre office as a primary education consultant. Although boasting a background in healthcare recruitment, she brings a wealth of knowledge and insight into education to her new role at PK.

She explained: “Many of my family members are involved in education, including my mum who is a headteacher, so I understand the staffing challenges that schools face.
“While teaching never appealed to me, I feel I am getting the best of both worlds in my new role with PK – working in the education sector combined with the buzz of recruitment. No two days are ever the same.”

She added: “It sounds cliché, but I definitely do feel like a part of the PK family. The company is so different to other agencies.”

PK Education prides itself on putting performance before profit and matching teachers to schools based on their skills and personality, rather than taking a one-size-fits-all approach. The approach has helped the company experience rapid growth over the last year; doubling its turnover, opening new offices and increasing staff numbers by 50%.

PK Education now boasts seven offices in Newcastle, Leeds, Sheffield, Nottingham, Birmingham, Leicester and Manchester.


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