Thank you for being a great recruiter Terrie

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Recruitment Consultant Terrie Bowles

Six years ago today, Terrie Bowles started with Anglo. Terrie started as a shy Receptionist and worked her way up to become a successful Recruitment Consultant for the UK Water and Wastewater industry.

 

We are very proud of Terrie since her professionalism embodies the company philosophy and her hard work is a prime example of how employees can further their careers in our organisation.

 

By bringing her positive attitude to work every day, projects become easier to execute, changes become easier to implement and problems become easier to solve.

 

Thank you Terrie for showing all of your colleagues that the pursuit of excellence is the best way to climb up the organisational ladder in Anglo Technical Recruitment.

 

Thank you for realising that by taking ownership of every recruitment project, you have taken ownership of your own success within the Water recruitment division. ​

 

Anglo management congratulates you on your success, and wishes you all the best for your future at Anglo. Well done.

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Tina White 

Very well done Terrie, you are an inspiration to the rest of the team x

Rajesh 

Hi Terrie Good to hear ..you're doing a great job keep that up and be an inspiration to all your friends and colleagues. I really admire the way you approach clients, and give them the confidence. Wish you all success!! Regards, Roy

Terrie 

Thank you! Here's to many more years :-) Terrie x

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