Shining light on the recruitment process…..
Case study details
Organisation: Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
Based: Parbold, nr Wigan
The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur is a not for profit religious community established in the UK in 1845. The trust provides education and works amongst and helps, the poorest and most abandoned people in the world. In the UK, the organisation also runs a number of care and nursing homes for retired Sisters of the Order. In late 2011, the organisation were looking to find a successor for their long serving but soon to retire General Manager. Cork Griffiths were appointed on a retained basis to work with the Provincialate Team to undertake the search. Sister Patricia O’Brien, Provincialate Moderator commented “Cork Griffiths provided an excellent professional and friendly service. Our needs were very well perceived. Having the selection process taken out of our hands was very important to us and Cork Griffiths very closely met our objectives especially in choice of candidates. The process was smooth and well organised. The candidates also felt very supported during the process”. Brendan Carey was appointed and commented “I am very happy with my new role. My needs and objectives were very well met. Cork Griffiths took time with me and I found the service very good and professional”