Welcome to the PSD IT & Change Salary/Rate Survey 2011 / 2012Overviews We have based this information on responses collated from over 1500 IT and Change Management professionals, in addition to salary informa-Salary Results tion from PSD’s extensive database. We believe it is the most useful and comprehensive of all IT & Technology salary surveys around because it breaks results down across industry and geographical location to al-Salaries low IT & Technology leaders, HR and candidates to analyse trends and benchmark their own company’s reward policy.The Team At PSD we have a team of dedicated consultants who are each focused on a specific functional discipline and a specialist market sector. This allows each consultant to become an expert within their sector: under- standing the key drivers for clients when they recruit, and developing an unrivalled network of sector specific candidates. PSD recruits a range of IT professionals throughout the UK and interna- tionally from offices in Germany, Hong Kong and mainland China. We have been a successful trading entity for over 25 years. We currently have a global team of over 40 consultants within our IT and Change business covering a broad range of roles and technology areas, from Project and Programme Management, Architecture, Infrastructure Services, ERP, ecommerce and BI through to Audit and Governance, on both a permanent and interim basis. Within our IT and Change teams, each consultant is fully trained and experienced in conducting both behavioural, technical and professional interviews.
Welcome to the PSD IT & Change Salary/Rate Survey 2011 / 2012Overviews Consultants focus on employing the most suitable methodology, be it contingent, advertised selection, executive search or interim. We prideSalary Results ourselves on building established networks of candidates, enabling us to identify the best talent in the market and deliver a smooth, consultative and successful hiring process.SalariesThe Team IT & Technology continues to be a challenging but rewarding area to work in as many IT & Technology professionals successfully deliver against demanding targets.
OverviewsOverviews PSD PSD IT Salary SurveySurvey Results PSD is a major player in the recruitment of individuals within IT & Tech- nology on a Permanent, Interim and Contract basis. We recruit acrossSalaries management levels and support functions up to board level. Typical sala- ries range from £40,000 - £150,000 and daily rates from £250 - £1000The Team per day. Specialisation Each consultant works across the UK and within a specialist sector ena- bling them to build a greater understanding of a client’s requirements. Specialist Sectors • Financial Services & Banking • Software & Computer Services • Business & Professional Services • Communications • Public Sector and Not for Profit • FMCG • Pharmaceuticals • Energy & Utilities • Consumer – Retail • Property and Construction • Advertising
OverviewsOverviews PSDSurvey Results PSD has a strong visual corporate identity. We are one of the major advertisers in the Sunday Times. All our adverts appear, generally with logos in our distinctive PSD colours. The PSD logo acts as a magnet toSalaries attract high calibre candidates.The Team PSD Website PSD’s website continues to attract quality candidates and compliments our advertising response on behalf of clients. www.psdgroup.com Our Strengths • Professional Consultants • Strong presence in the marketplace • Detailed job brief taken • In depth understanding of clients needs • Agreed timescales for delivery • Over 50% of candidates referred • Repeat business accounts for over 70% of volumes • Professional and comprehensive contract service • Contingency • Advertised Selection • Executive Search • Interim
OverviewsOverviews IT Perm - London / SouthSurvey Results London & The South 2011 was a challenging year for the IT industry in the UK. Conditions inSalaries the broader UK economy held back a large number of companies from investing in their technology estate, and continuing themes from 2010The Team were the vigour with which budgets were reviewed and the subsequent delays to, or cancellation of, projects and programmes of work. Both in the UK and Mainland Europe we witnessed a significant number of projects stall, and the “stop-start” nature of investment had an effect on the overall volume of permanent roles we saw in 2011. There were some positive trends however, the primary one being an overall inflation in permanent salaries across the year. Of the survey respondants, 54% had received a salary increase in the last 12 months. Of those, almost 50% were in excess of £5000 per annum. This increase comes against a backdrop of economic stagnation and reflects the importance UK busi- nesses are placing on technology. Our survey shows that 33% of those who responded believe that this trend will continue in 2012, and the first quarter results we have seen reinforce this positive attitude. Looking back on 2011 we can see that close to 50% of permanent can- didates that we successfully recruited were between roles. This demon- strates a reluctance by candidates in employment work to look externally due to current market insecurity. This was also reflected in the clear tendency for candidates to entertain counter-offers from their existing employers, again demonstrating an unsettled recruitment market. Where we have been asked to work on a contingent basis, the strongest candidates have been receiving multiple offers; This has been especially prevalent in the consulting sector and in the project management and service delivery functions.
OverviewsOverviews IT Perm - London / South Success has been highly dependent on a smooth interview process, withSurvey Results an emphasis on speed of response, and commitment from the hiring managers.Salaries When looking at specific sectors that are performing well, we seeThe Team Retail, IT Services, Mobile Payments, Infrastructure and Software as be- ing key growth markets in 2012. Retailers are pushing ahead with driving sales through e-commerce channels. Almost all significant retailers are expanding their channels to market, with some driving almost all of their sales to online and mobile platforms. We believe that this trend will con- tinue in 2012, and with a growing number of retailers seeking excellence in their online offering, the demand for IT skills in this area will continue. 2011 was a renaissance for IT Services organisations in the UK, as both global giants and niche boutique firms alike grew both their service of- ferings and impact across almost all sectors in Europe. The demand for IT talent to support this growth increased significantly over the past 12 months, with the first quarter of 2012 showing no signs of this trend diminishing. Much has been made of developments in mobile payments over the last 24 to 36 months, with the advent of contactless payments and uptake of NFC technology pushing this development further forward. We expect this to continue in 2012. At: PSD we see an ever-increasing demand for technical specialists, as well as architects and programme managers to design and deliver complex solutions. Cloud has been proven to mean just about anything to everyone and has been somewhat of a red herring in recruitment terms. While we have seen a significant demand for Cloud Consultants, in reality the focus has been in the infrastructure area, as the majority of companies are looking at the infrastructure layer before taking the decision to do anything more advanced.
OverviewsOverviews IT Perm - London / SouthSurvey Results Again, we see this trend continuing throughout 2012, with genuine “Cloud Consulting” roles maturing towards the end of the year, when endSalaries clients are confident that their data and applications can be safely hosted in the Cloud.The Team With our London office based little more than 10 minutes from “Silicon Roundabout” (previously known as Old Street) we have witnessed the growth of both start-up and mature Software businesses. Over the last year, companies have moved to Old Street to take part in the regenera- tion of the UK Software industry, while also benefitting from a huge depth of talent locally. European, US and Asian companies are all investing cur- rently, and as a result, the demand for highly talented and experienced IT professionals is increasing. At PSD we see 2012 in an improving light. Many of our clients are relax- ing budget controls and looking to invest. We have highlighted five key areas where we see growth, however there could be many more. The Media (specifically broadcast), Leisure & Travel and Transport sectors show potential, as does an improving situation in both the Insurance and Financial Services sectors. Should you have any questions or require fur- ther information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact any one of our IT Permanent Consultants Chris Eldridge Managing Director PSD Technology, IT and Business Change.
OverviewsOverviews IT Perm - Midlands & The NorthSurvey Results Midlands & The North The past 12 months has seen a number of interesting developments in the IT market for the Midlands & North, as well as some recurring trends.Salaries CIOs have been affected as they are continually being pushed to deliverThe Team more with limited or even reduced investment and as a result there has been a push to address contractor numbers, with the target percentage of contract roles reducing to 30% or less of total headcount. As a direct result, PSD has been involved in replacing contractors with permanent heads, whilst also ensuring that there is no loss of business or systems knowledge through a skills exodus. Another trend is the review of out- sourcing contracts to generate cost savings, resulting in some services being brought back in-house and delivering increased control of cost and a better return. There has also been a move towards improving the architecture and security functions, as well as introducing Business Part- ners to create more customer orientated teams. The sectors that have shown most notable change are Manufactur- ing and Retail. Opportunities in the Far East are generating significant revenue (particularly in the Automotive Sector) which is being invested back into IT to improve systems & processes, such as PLM. This has the result of speeding up the time to take products to market. Projects shelved during the recession, such as ERP implementations, are being re-started. On a wider-scale, the increasing labour costs in the Far East & Sub continent are starting to generate new business opportunities for specialist manufacturing back in the UK and Europe. As High Street sales come under pressure in the Retail sector, there has been a con- tinued push to enhance online offerings, with technology teams driven to build new sites & deliver enhancements more quickly, which in turn is pushing up demand in these areas.
OverviewsOverviews IT Perm - Midlands & The North The Financial Services sector, which has long been a key driver withinSurvey Results the Northwest and North of England, has seen an opposing trend, with major firms reducing IT operations due to globalising workforces orSalaries mergers. Some organisations do however seem to have weathered the storm, and have been recruiting the talent becoming available eitherThe Team as contractors or permanent hires for their own change programmes. Longer term, we predict that this market will slow considerably as many of the major programmes start to come to an end, especially in the retail banking sector. Through these uncertain times, there has been a large amount of M&A activity, with a number of companies taking advantage of relatively low market value to acquire and absorb competitors, notably within the Air- line & Manufacturing sectors. Overall, we see that despite the negative media regarding employment trends, the recruitment market in the Midlands & North is surprisingly buoyant, although patchy in places. We expect this trend to continue throughout Q2 and Q3 of this year, but the hope is that in Q4 the mar- kets particularly across mainland Europe will start to recover, leading to increased investment levels and consumer confidence before the end of the year, and raising recruitment activity in most areas.
OverviewsOverviews IT Contracts - Commerce & Industry Contracting Commerce and Industry ContractingSurvey Results The PSD Commerce & Industry IT Contracting team has seen a year of growth. The general sentiment within the market place and with many ofSalaries our competitors continues to be gloomy, however PSD IT Contracts has bucked the trend. We continue to grow in a number of areas includingThe Team Retail, Travel, Leisure, Property, Business services and Telecommunica- tions. Throughout 2011 and the beginning of 2012 organisations have been looking carefully at spend on their flexible work force and demand- ing more from the independent IT contractor resource they are engag- ing with. There has been demand across all industry sectors to review systems and streamline business processes to provide more return on investment. There has been a big push for skilled E-commerce IT Contractors across all organisations in response to the demands of their customers, who are increasingly commanding an online landscape. We have also seen a demand for specific contract resource with a background in Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) and Divestitures. The market has seen more activity in this area and in particular within Property, FMCG and Manufacturing organisations. We feel that this will only increase throughout 2012, as there is more activity in the M&A field. Our clients recognise, the importance of highly skilled, business facing consultants that can impact on an organisation quickly. These consult- ants have the agility to look at the way an organisation has worked in the past and to bring in new idea’s and business change based on previous experience. This is a new approach for a number of organisations, allow- ing the experienced consultant to influence positive change.
OverviewsOverviews IT Contracts - Commerce & Industry PSD IT Contracts feel that this trend will continue throughout 2012.Survey Results The industry will continue to focus on good quality IT contractors be- ing placed across our sectors. This will in turn have a positive impact onSalaries our clients through the delivery of new systems, upgrades and change throughout the next three quarters.The Team
OverviewsOverviews IT Contracts - Financial ServicesSurvey Results Financial Services & Banking The first three quarters of 2011 saw continued demand for IT and Busi- ness Change skills across many of our clients within the Financial Ser-Salaries vices and Banking sectors. Contractor rates remained stable and in some areas saw a slight increase in the first half of the year. During Q4The Team however, many of our Banking clients put projects and hiring on hold as a result of instability within the financial markets. This subsequently resulted in the termination of some contractors and imposed rate de- creases of between 10%-15% for many of those remaining. We saw little change to this situation at the start of 2012, although activity has stead- ily increased within Banking over the course of Q1. Within Retail Banking, we have seen a high demand for Business Ana- lysts, Project Managers and Architects with strong integration and mi- gration experience as a result of several high profile mergers and acqui- sitions. There has also been a demand for candidates with experience of working on regulatory and compliance related projects due to a raft of new legislation across the industry. Within Cards and Payments we have seen a significant increase in de- mand for resources as the major players, such as Visa and MasterCard, position themselves for the Olympics, and aim to be the first in offering innovative and easy forms of cashless transactions. Key areas of devel- opment include near field communication, M Wallets, contactless and smart phones. The services in the public domain are PayPass/Wallet and PayWave, which offer a consistent shopping experience regardless of how and where consumers shop and make it easy for developers to integrate into existing checkout systems. The market is poised to see an explosion of devices onto the market such as Barclays “stickers”, which enable a normal mobile device to be converted to a “touch and go” device.
OverviewsOverviews IT Contracts - Financial Services The market is set for stiff competition and we see this as being a strongSurvey Results area of growth for PSD in 2012.Salaries Within Investment Banking and Asset Management we have seen se- lective hiring for new technology projects with greater demand for re-The Team sources on projects to address regulatory reporting requirements and to streamline operations. Specifically within Asset Management, the continued trend in outsourcing back and middle office functions contin- ues to drive demand for resources with experience of working on these projects. Across many areas of financial services and banking there is a strong focus on data management and projects to introduce vendor solutions or develop in-house technology in order to address requirements in this area. Many of these requirements are being driven by the impact of new regulations within the sector, and organisations needing to access and report on a broader range of data. Despite the challenging market conditions, PSD’s IT & Business Change practice within the Financial Services and Banking sectors has per- formed well and continues to hire for growth. This is largely due to our broad coverage across the sector and testament to many of the long- standing client relationships that we have in place. During 2012 we anticipate that the market will continue to be challeng- ing, with the main areas of demand being around projects to address regulatory requirements, data management, operational streamlining, integration, outsourcing and payment technologies.
OverviewsOverviews Survey MethodologySurvey Results Our Survey Methodology PSD’s Salary Survey is the result of a comprehensive attitudinal salary survey completed online by 1500 UK IT & Technology professionals re-Salaries sponding to an email invite and analysing our own database of 206,000 active and inactive IT & Technology professionals.The Team • The salaries indicated refer to basic salary, which we find the best indication to allow for serious comparison. • Packages are usually calculated by adding 30 – 50% on top of basic salaries, but it is not uncommon for the more senior candidate to be have a package of up to 100% of basic salary. • The Daily rates indicated refer to the contractors daily pay rate, with- out PSD’s margin on top. • Please note that this acts as a guide only and there will be anomalies as there are with any salary / rate surveys. For a more detailed opinion on pay and reward do not hesitate to contact a member of the team listed at the back of this report.
Survey ResultsOverviews Sector BreakdownSurvey Results As you can see, the respondees are drawn from a wide variety of roles. In total, PSD have candidates and contractors working in excess of 17 Industry Sectors.SalariesThe Team
Survey ResultsOverviews Salary Details - PermSurvey Results Salary Information for Respondees working in Permanent Roles 87% of those candidates who responded to our survey earn overSalaries £40,000 per annum. 27% earn in excess of £80,000The Team Over 36% of respondees achieved a salary increase of over £10,000 when placed by PSD.
Survey ResultsOverviews Salary Details - PermSurvey Results Over 36% of Permanent candidates moved in order to find new chal- lenges. Less than 6%, the lowest figure, moved for purely financial reasons.SalariesThe Team
Survey ResultsOverviews Salary Details - ContractsSurvey Results Salary Information for Respondees working in Contract Roles 85% of PSD’s contractors command a day rate of between £300 - 800 per daySalariesThe Team Over 50% of contractors have recieved a rate increase over 10%
Survey ResultsOverviews Looking ForwardSurvey Results Future Salary Expectation 32.7% of the respondees expect their day rate to increase in the next yearSalariesThe Team The majority of the contractors expect a rate increase of up to 20%
SalariesOverviews London Area PermSurvey Results Permanent Salaries - London & The South All permanent salaries shown in £000’sSalaries IT MANAGEMENT / LEADERSHIP ROLESThe Team Salaries Chief Information Officer (CIO) £140,000 - £320,000 CTO £90,000 - £160,000 IT Director £90,000 - £180,000 Head of IT £75,000 - £90,000 Head of Development £60,000 - £90,000 Head of Infrastructure £50,000 - £85,000 Head of Service Delivery £50,000 - £85,000 Head of Business Change £90,000 - £160,000 Head of Business Systems £60,000 - £90,000 ARCHITECTURE Salaries Enterprise Architect £70,000 - £100,000 Solutions Architect (applications) £65,000 - £90,000 Infrastructure Architect £50,000 - £80,000 Security Architect £70,000 - £100,000
SalariesOverviews London Area PermSurvey Results SUPPORT SalariesSalaries IT Support Manager 40,000 - 70,000 Helpdesk Manager 35,000 - 50,000 Service Delivery Manager 40,000 - 70,000The Team Network Manager 40,000 - 70,000 Server Support 30,000 - 50,000 Desktop Support 20,000 - 35,000 ITIL Service Delivery Analyst 25,000 - 40,000 System Administrator - Unix 30,000 - 60,000 Security Analyst / Security Engineer 35,000 - 60,000 Security Consultant/Manager 40,000 - 85,000 Helpdesk Analyst 18,000 - 30,000 Capacity Planner 22,000 - 35,000 Storage Management Analyst 25,000 - 40,000 Problem/Incident Manager 33,000 - 45,000 Network Engineer 33,000 - 45,000 Network Consultant 33,000 - 45,000 IT PROGRAMME/PROJECT SKILLS Salaries Programme Director £90,000 - £150,000 Programme Manager £70,000 - £100,000 Senior Project Manager £50,000 - £75,000 Business Change Manager £50,000 - £85,000 Project Manager £43,000 - £60,000 Project Planner £25,000 - £35,000 PMO Manager £55,000 - £75,000 PMO Analyst £25,000 - £40,000 Senior Business Analyst £50,000 - £75,000 Business Analyst £35,000 - £55,000 Data Analyst £30,000 - £45,000
SalariesOverviews London Area PermSurvey Results E-COMMERCE SalariesSalaries Director of E-commerce £95,000 -£180,000 Director of Digital £80,000 - £110,000 Head of E-commerce £55,000 -£80,000The Team Website Manager £45,000 - £60,000 User Experience £40,000 - £65,000 SEO/Content £40,000 - £65,000
SalariesOverviews Midlands Area PermSurvey Results Permanent Salaries - Midlands & The North All permanent salaries shown in £000’sSalaries IT MANAGEMENT / LEADERSHIP ROLES SalariesThe Team Chief Information Officer (CIO) £100,000 - £250,000 CTO £80,000 - £140,000 IT Director £80,000 - £170,000 Head of IT £65,000 - £80,000 Head of Development £55,000 - £85,000 Head of Infrastructure £45,000 - £75,000 Head of Service Delivery £45,000 - £75,000 Head of Business Change £80,000 - £140,000 Head of Business Systems £50,000 - £80,000 ARCHITECTURE Salaries Enterprise Architect £60,000 - £90,000 Solutions Architect (applications) £55,000 - £80,000 Infrastructure Architect £45,000 - £75,000 Security Architect £60,000 - £90,000
SalariesOverviews Midlands Area PermSurvey Results SUPPORT SalariesSalaries IT Support Manager £28,000 - £55,000 Helpdesk Manager £26,000 - £56,000 Service Delivery Manager £40,000 - £75,000The Team Network Manager £30,000 - £65,000 Server Support £25,000 - £45,000 Desktop Support £20,000 - £34,000 ITIL Service Delivery Analyst £24,000 - £40,000 System Administrator - Unix £28,000 - £55,000 Security Analyst / Security Engineer £30,000 - £60,000 Security Consultant/Manager £35,000 - £70,000 Helpdesk Analyst £15,000 - £24,000 Capacity Planner £30,000 - £55,000 Storage Management Analyst £30,000 - £55,000 Problem/Incident Manager £25,000 - £45,000 Network Engineer £25,000 - £50,000 Network Consultant £35,000 - £50,000 IT PROGRAMME/PROJECT SKILLS Salaries Programme Director £75,000 - £120,000 Programme Manager £50,000 - £90,000 Senior Project Manager £45,000 - £65,000 Business Change Manager £35,000 - £60,000 Project Manager £30,000 - £60,000 Project Planner £20,000 - £35,000 PMO Manager £20,000 - £35,000 PMO Analyst £35,000 - £60,000 Senior Business Analyst £20,000 - £35,000 Business Analyst £40,000 - £60,000 Data Analyst £30,000 - £50,000
SalariesOverviews Midlands Area PermSurvey Results E-COMMERCE SalariesSalaries Director of E-commerce £80,000 - £150,000 Director of Digital £70,000 - £100,000The Team Head of E-commerce £50,000 - £75,000 Website Manager £36,000 - £55,000 User Experience £35,000 - £55,000 SEO/Content £30,000 - £50,000
SalariesOverviews London Area ContractsSurvey Results Contract Rates - London & The South IT MANAGEMENT / LEADERSHIP ROLESSalaries Salaries Chief Information Officer (CIO) £1,500 - £2,500The Team CTO £1,000 - £1,500 IT Director £900 - £1,600 Head of IT £800 - £1,100 Head of Development £700 - £1,100 Head of Infrastructure £650 - £1,000 Head of Service Delivery £650 - £1,000 Head of Business Change £700 - £1,000 Head of Business Systems £700 - £1,000 ARCHITECTURE Salaries Enterprise Architect £700 - £1,200 Solutions Architect (applications) £600 - £1,000 Infrastructure Architect £600 - £1,000 Security Architect £600 - £1,200
SalariesOverviews London Area ContractsSurvey Results SUPPORT SalariesSalaries IT Support Manager £400 - £600 Helpdesk Manager £350 - £550 Service Delivery Manager £400 - £650The Team Network Manager £300 - £600 Server Support £300 - £500 Desktop Support £200 - £350 ITIL Service Delivery Analyst £300 - £450 System Administrator - Unix £300 - £600 Security Analyst / Security Engineer £250 - £450 Security Consultant/Manager £300 - £650 Helpdesk Analyst £150 - £300 Capacity Planner £150 - £300 Storage Management Analyst £200 - £300 Problem/Incident Manager £300 - £450 Network Engineer £200 - £300 Network Consultant £200 - £300 IT PROGRAMME/PROJECT SKILLS Salaries Programme Director £700 - £1,200 Programme Manager £600 - £1,000 Senior Project Manager £550 - £800 Business Change Manager £300 - £450 Project Manager £400 - £600 Project Planner £300 - £450 PMO Manager £400 - £550 PMO Analyst £300 - £450 Senior Business Analyst £500 - £750 Business Analyst £450 - £650 Data Analyst £350 - £500
SalariesOverviews London Area ContractsSurvey Results E-COMMERCE SalariesSalaries Director of E-commerce £800 - £1,000 Director of Digital £750 - £900 Head of E-commerce £650 - £850The Team Website Manager £500 - £650 User Experience £400 - £500 SEO/Content £350 - £500
SalariesOverviews Midlands Area ContractsSurvey Results Contract Rates - Midlands & The North IT MANAGEMENT / LEADERSHIP ROLESSalaries Salaries Chief Information Officer (CIO) £1,200 - £2,000The Team CTO £900 - £1,300 IT Director £800 - £1,400 Head of IT £750 - £1,000 Head of Development £700 - £900 Head of Infrastructure £650 - £850 Head of Service Delivery £600 - £800 Head of Business Change £600 - £800 Head of Business Systems £600 - £800 ARCHITECTURE Salaries Enterprise Architect £650 - £1,000 Solutions Architect (applications) £550 - £900 Infrastructure Architect £550 - £900 Security Architect £550 - £1000
SalariesOverviews Midlands Area ContractsSurvey Results SUPPORT SalariesSalaries IT Support Manager £300 - £550 Helpdesk Manager £300 - £500 Service Delivery Manager £300 - £500The Team Network Manager £300 - £500 Server Support £250 - £500 Desktop Support £200 - £350 ITIL Service Delivery Analyst £250 - £400 System Administrator - Unix £300 - £450 Security Analyst / Security Engineer £250 - £400 Security Consultant/Manager £300 - £550 Helpdesk Analyst £150 - £300 Capacity Planner £150 - £300 Storage Management Analyst £200 - £300 Problem/Incident Manager £250 - £450 Network Engineer £200 - £300 Network Consultant £200 - £300 IT PROGRAMME/PROJECT SKILLS Salaries Programme Director £650 - £1,100 Programme Manager £550 - £900 Senior Project Manager £500 - £750 Business Change Manager £400 - £550 Project Manager £400 - £550 Project Planner £250 - £400 PMO Manager £350 - £500 PMO Analyst £250 - £400 Senior Business Analyst £500 - £700 Business Analyst £400 - £650 Data Analyst £300 - £450
SalariesOverviews Midlands Area ContractsSurvey Results E-COMMERCE SalariesSalaries Director of E-commerce £700 - £900 Director of Digital £650 - £850The Team Head of E-commerce £600 - £800 Website Manager £450 - £600 User Experience £350 - £450 SEO/Content £300 - £450
The TeamOverviews About UsSurvey Results PSD is an International Recruitment Services organisation operating across Europe and Asia Pacific.Salaries We offer expert knowledge of our specialist markets: procurement,The Team customer contact, technology, IT, finance and banking, marketing and sales, property and construction, law and HR. Our strength lies in our dedicated approach to and expert knowledge of our specialist sectors and functional disciplines. Each specialist division of PSD is well estab- lished as a market leader within its specific field of recruitment at the Middle tom Senior Executive level. Recruitment Services Our reputation has been built upon our ability to deliver highly effective recruitment solutions to our client companies. Each recruitment consult- ant is fully trained in file search, advertised selection, executive search and contracting, ensuring that we are in the strongest position to rec- ommend solutions that are appropriate to the individual needs of our clients. The skills and experience of our consultants and the resources and capability of the PSD group enable us to handle a wide variety of recruitment requirements, from single key appointments to large-scale recruitment projects, in both international corporations and small private businesses. Our People Standing out in the recruitment market is never easy; most consultan- cies tend to offer similar services. However, at PSD we have a key point of difference – the quality of our people. It is the skills and knowledge of our consultants and support staff that provide clients and candidates with exceptional service. All staff successfully work within a values based culture.
The TeamOverviews About UsSurvey Results Commitment to Quality PSD is committed to the training and development of our people and toSalaries the continuing improvement in the quality of our services. We continue to adhere to ISO 9001:2008. This year we underwent our three year as- sessment for Investors in People and in addition to applying for ‘stand-The Team ard’ renewal we decided to apply for ‘Silver Status’. We are delighted to announce that we were awarded this impressive accolade. There are more than 22,000 organisations in the UK with the IIP accreditation (40,000 plus internationally) but only 1.5% have Silver Status. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) standards are becoming increasingly more prominent in clients’ selection for suppliers and is an excellent tool to use in our client relations and communications. The CSR standard incorporates companies policies, management and reporting on envi- ronmental, social issues and stakeholder relations criteria. This includes areas such as equal opportunities, health & safety, training and develop- ment and employee relations. It is the skills and knowledge of our consultants and support staff that provide clients and candidates with exceptional service.
The TeamOverviews Our ConsultantsSurvey Results THE PSD IT & TECHNOLOGY TEAMSalaries Chris Eldridge Managing Director - IT & TechnologyThe Team Chris is responsible for PSD’s businesses in IT, Technology and Business Change. He is also responsible for the global activities of the group within the IT Software & Services and Communi- cations sectors. He runs a team of 56 recruiters and a total staff of 65. He is also a very active senior level recruiter. T: +44 20 7970 9691 E: email@example.com Chris Borgars Director - IT Perm Specialist in the recruitment of IT, Business Change & ecommerce professionals into the Consumer and Consulting Sectors. Chris has a demonstrable track record of delivery with her recent successes spanning a wide range of IT functions including IT Leadership, Architecture, Service Delivery and Project Delivery. T: +44 20 7970 9610 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The TeamOverviews Our ConsultantsSurvey Results Mur Snook Director - Executive Search and Selection Consultant into Retail &Salaries Commercial Sector Specialist in the recruitment of IT - BusinessThe Team Change & ecommerce professionals into the Retail and Commercial Sectors. Mur has a un- paralleled track record of delivery and her recent successes span a wide range of Commercial Retail and IT leadership roles including CIO’s, ITD’s. Programme and Commercial Directors and Heads of Divisions including Infrastructure and Applications. T: +44 20 7970 9740 E: email@example.com Cyr Cornberg Director - Commerce & Industry IT Contracts Cyr is responsible for PSD’s IT Contracts, Com- merce & Industry business. A specialist Consult- ant in the I.T Contract and Interim discipline, focused on Interim / Contract IT recruitment, op- erating across all levels, with daily rates of £350 - £1000. He has personally worked with EDF Energy, Glencore, STASCO, Gazprom, Thames Water, Gaz de France, BG Group, Shell and BP. T: +44 20 7970 9748 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The TeamOverviews Our ConsultantsSurvey Results Geoff Eaton Director - Financial Services & BankingSalaries IT Contracts Geoff manages the Financial Services & BankingThe Team IT / Business Change Contracts team in London. He also is Head of the Banking Sector globally at PSD. Geoff recruits interim / contract IT and Business Change professionals across Asset Management, Asset Servicing, Private Banking and Wealth Management in the UK and mainland Europe. T: +44 20 7970 9653 E: email@example.com Giles Morrison Associate Director - Midlands Giles has successfully delivered on a variety of recruitment approaches, including Sunday Times, Trade Press, On-line and Headhunting assignments. His career in recruitment spans over 15 years, and his background is in IT (after spending 5 years with a small technology com- pany following graduation). Giles manages the IT Team in PSD’s Birmingham office and he has managed the team for the past 8 years, during this time he has achieved strong team and per- sonal recruitment performance. T: +44 20 7970 9682 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The TeamOverviews Recent Assignments Representative Completed AssignmentsSurvey Results IT Permanent - Birmingham and the North EMEA IT Director global manufacturerSalaries IT Engagement Manager insurance IT Business Partner automotiveThe Team Programme Manager defence Head of Infrastructure manufacturing Head of Architecture & Strategy FMCG Head of Testing financial services IT Permanent - London and the South International Hotel Brand VP European Field Technologies Head Of Business Change Specialist Retailer Head of Architecture Leading Retail and Financial Ser vices Organisation Programme Managers Entertainment Retailer IT Leadership Team Global Leisure Brand CIO International Business Services Organisation IT Contracts - Commerce & Industry Business Analyst Media Company Programme Director Travel Company SQL Server DBA Pharmaceutical Interim Director of IT Property Company IT Operations Manager Logistics Company Head of Quality Assurance Communications Company IT Contracts - Financial Services & Banking Programme Manager (Data Provisioning) Asset Management Senior Project Manager (Trading Platform) Stock Exchange Business Analyst (Mobile Payments) Global Card Issuer Business Analyst (Guidewire project) Leading Insurer Infrastructure Project Manager Retail Bank Data Architect Securities Services