Luke seems to have the happy facility of putting you in front of people who need a specific skill set which you seem to fulfill to a large extent. And whilst that may sound like an obvious requirement for a resource company, anyone on the ex-pat circuit for any length of time will testify to the rarity of that occurring. Conversely, looking at it from the perspective of an employer, it's good not to have one's time absorbed in a) a lengthy trawl through many CVs and b) having a good chance of finding who you need in the top three candidates identified for you. Whilst all this is important, vital if you will, I think what sets Luke apart is that he doesn't 'place and forget' and really appears to care that his placements are fulfilling the needs of both employer and employee; true it's good business to do that but, again, surprising how few other resource companies do it. So in conclusion, in terms of seeking resources or indeed seeking to be placed, both employers and prospective placements could do a good deal worse than keeping Luke and his team uppermost in their considerations.
Customer Experience Director - Cambodia