Being a master of data can be a lucrative career choice, not to mention a rewarding one. Even the government says…
Charley is born and bred Bristol. Growing up in Stoke Gifford and now living in sunny Frenchay. He charmed his way through St Michaels junior school picking up a number of basketball titles along the way. Accademia wasn’t really for Charley so after leaving Ridings High School he was quick to get into the working world becoming a scaffolder at the tender age of 16.
Growing up, Charley enjoyed most things but golf was his true passion and still is. Ironically (there’s a pun in there!), it was this passion that also opened the door into the recruitment world. Whilst sitting on the patio at The Kendleshire Golf course, he was approached, unbeknown to him, by a recruitment sales manager who asked him what he did for a living. They got talking and clearly, said Recruitment Manager, saw something in young Charley as he invited him to their next graduate assessment day. 4 interviews, 16 assessments, 28 psychometric tests and a couple of live role-plays later…. he was hired as Adecco's youngest trainee recruitment consultant. A record, he believes he still holds today.
6 years on and after sampling a few local businesses ….. he's joined Revoco to build out and lead our Data Practice. A handpicked, carefully selected squad who are providing contract and permanent solutions across the UK.
When not recruiting, a self-confessed Mummy’s boy, Charley can be found down at the Players GC trying to get his handicap lower than 8 (Bandit), listening to 80’s or techno music and walking his beloved dog Bailey.
As Head of Data, Charley leads this specialist practice which covers Data Science, Data Analytics, BI and all things data for both permanent and contract.
“I have recently worked with Charley for a contract role. I would highly recommend him as he is very professional and supportive, He would regularly call and keep me updated with the progress on my application and available for any questions when required. I would be very happy to work with Charley in the future.”