Rebecca SimmonsBack to Our Team
Rebecca is the Recruitment Administrator for leading facilities management recruitment company, Maxwell Stephens. Starting at the company in 2018, Rebecca is responsible for the company’s central administration function and is the first port of call for candidates connecting with Maxwell Stephens about our ongoing recruitment campaigns.
Prior to starting at Maxwell Stephens, Rebecca gained extensive customer service and administration experience across the service and retail industries. Her previous experience has provided her with the tools to communicate effectively, adapt to new situations and quickly develop relationships with our candidates and clients, ensuring that this vital part of the Maxwell Stephens service continues to deliver successfully to everyone we deal with.
When initial application forms come in, Rebecca’s the first to manage and reference them. She plays a key role in telephone screening candidates for jobs – this is a crucial step in the process of deciding whether there could be a successful job match. She’s on the front line for all queries regarding current recruitment campaigns and, at all points, she’s there to support clients and candidates.
Working at Maxwell Stephens, Rebecca’s natural talent is always pushed and extended by the challenges of the role, but that’s the way she wants it to be. She describes her daily experience as juggling with a mixture of responsibilities, including candidate engagement and recruitment process management. But, for Rebecca, this level of activity is what gives the company its most important advantages – a feeling shared by clients and candidates that the company does care, it does stay in touch, and it’s there to manage everything from start to finish. “One of the worst feelings in the world is disappointment,” according to Rebecca, “and that’s one thing Maxwell Stephens spends all its energy on avoiding doing.”
Rebecca’s enjoys donning her dancing shoes to her favourite classic soul song, “Move On Up” by Curtis Mayfield. If she could take one album to a desert island, it would be the imaginatively titled “Spice” by the Spice Girls. Considering her interest in History, it’s no surprise that “Hacksaw Ridge” is her favourite film.