You may be contacted or make contact through one of the following:

  • Network – as part of a previous network you have a relationship with Simon Pinnell Partnership and may be contacted when a role arises that fits your career plan
  • Recommendation – your talents and skills have been identified as ideal for a role that has arisen
  • Search – your role within your organisation has been targeted for approach regarding a role brief
  • Direct Contact – your skills and experience may fit a niche area and therefore a direct approach may be made regarding a specific role.

If you would like your senior level career plan to be assisted by Simon Pinnell Partnership Ltd please contact us and attach your CV and any other information you think relevant.

All further communication will be with the utmost discretion and subsequent meetings will be at your convenience.

Due to the discretion required we feel it is inappropriate to publish client and candidate references however after an initial discussion we would be able to refer you to someone within your network who could provide an honest endorsement.

Executive Coaching

We are also delighted to offer, for placements over a specified salary level, the additional service of Executive Coaching support for 3 or 6 months (dependent on package). This exclusive service, at no additional cost to the individual or organisation will ensure the most effective transition into the new role and will be highly beneficial for both parties.

Data Protection

A full copy of our Data Protection Policy is available. This Policy explains what we do with the personal data you provide, how we use it and how we keep it safe. We will also explain your rights in respect of the personal information we hold.

The Simon Pinnell Partnership appreciate that when you share your Personal Data with us you trust us to look after it. CV’s and other identifiable data records are always handled with utmost discretion and care. We will hold and process personal identifiable information in accordance with the principles of GDPR

We process personal data only for the specific purposes for which it has submitted it to us with the consent of the data subject. If we intend to use your data for any other purpose, we must obtain your specific consent.

By submitting your personal data contained in your CV or public social media profile, you are giving consent to us processing your details for the purposes of finding you new employment. We may collect and process any personal data about you from email, text, telephone calls, other written or verbal communications, CV submission or via our website.

We would usually keep a record of your contact details and details of any job opportunities we discuss with you. We may supplement this information with other information that we obtain from our contact with you such as email address, salary, address, contact details and work history. This record of data will be stored by us and will be accessible by relevant employees of the company.

We may also process information about you where it is available from public sources such as if you have a professional profile on line or an article in the press and we may combine that type of information with the information you provide directly to us.

We are required by law to hold your information for as long as is necessary to comply with our statutory and contractual obligation and in accordance with our legitimate interests as a data controller. As the majority of candidates seek new opportunities every 2-3 years and find it helpful for us to provide them with their CV that can easily be updated we will hold candidate details on our database for 4 years and 6 years for our employee records.

We will use reasonable endeavours to ensure that your personal data is maintained and up to date and will keep your record live and up to date should you specify during regular contact. We will of course remove your records from our database at your request.