Oliver Dunne

A day in the life of...

Describe your role & responsibilities in one sentence.

Developing new client relationships with high growth, tech/ tech-enabled businesses who are backed by PE/ VC investors & are looking to scale their support functions.  

How and why did you get into recruitment?

I had a few friends who were in recruitment & doing well. They would always explain how challenging the role could be & that challenge enticed me. 

What is the first thing you do when you get to work in the morning?

Fire up a morning coffee, review my daily targets & read up on industry news. 

What is your favorite part of the day (i.e what tasks do you enjoy doing the most)?

Cold businesses development, where I am navigating my way through complex conversations.

What is the most challenging part of your job?

Pitching to knowledgeable people in an area they have been working in their entire lives. 

What keeps you motivated?

The idea of Camino Search be an industry leader. PE/ VC firms reaching out to us for projects. 

What piece of advice would you give someone starting out in recruitment?

Be a sponge. If you can’t listen & retain information, it’s not for you. 


Will Foster

A day in the life of….

Describe your role & responsibilities in one sentence.

My role as a Recruitment Consultant involves developing relationships with the leaders of cutting edge high-growth businesses and introducing them to impressive finance professionals.

How and why did you get into recruitment?

I got into recruitment because I’ve always loved building relationships and recruitment offers me the opportunity to meet with inspiring individuals on a daily basis, I also love the high energy and fast-moving office environment!

What’s the first thing you do when you get to work in the morning?

Speak to Jack Stuart about last night’s workout/dinner…

What’s your favourite part of the day (i.e what tasks do you enjoy doing the most)

Client meetings, its always amazing to see how some of the UK’s highest growing companies run their offices and its motivating to see their employees and leaders hard at work. 

What’s the most challenging part of your job?

Cold BD, its never easy to build up a relationship or pick up a role/meeting through cold emails and calls but it just makes it even more worthwhile when it happens!

What keeps you motivated?

Our commission structure… 

What piece of advice would you give someone starting out in recruitment?

Choose Camino!


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