Neil Campbell, taking up the role at NRL’s Wigan support office, joins the business with a remit to drive technology forward. Having previously worked for a number of recognised industry leaders including Mitie Property Management, Campbell brings extensive system development expertise.
Established in 1983, NRL provides permanent and temporary technical recruitment services - a sector that has seen fast changes and advances in technologies over the last decade.
Ben Humpage, CFO for NRL Group, said “We are delighted to bring Neil on board to help further enhance our IT capabilities. As a business we’ve long understood the importance technology plays in our relationships with our clients, contractors and candidates, and Neil brings with him the same passion for customer service and the desire to ensure technology innovations are central to our internal and external delivery.”
His role will lead NRL’s internal, customer focused and client facing systems, increasing efficiency and delivering added value to stakeholders.
Commenting on his appointment, Campbell said “NRL has a strong reputation within the technical sector, and the provision of innovative market leading technology is one of the key strategic priorities for the Group. The business has achieved huge success to date and I’m very much looking forward to delivering an improved technology offer. This is a very exciting time to be joining the business, and I’m thrilled and proud to be part of the leadership team of such a dynamic and ambitious organisation.”
"NRL has a strong reputation within the technical sector, and the provision of innovative market leading technology is one of the key strategic priorities for the Group."
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