Amy Saulino

Amy Saulino

Amy joined KDR in 2015, coming from a recruitment background in the print and digital industries. New to the Information Management and Analytics industry Amy quickly immersed herself in everything data. Read more

Sally Marsh

Sally Marsh

Sally has been with KDR for 4 years, during this time she has built up quite a relationship with our contractors. Sally is responsible for ensuring all our contractors get paid on time. Read more

Chris Bongard

Chris Bongard

Chris is KDR’s home grown success story, having joined the company as a graduate trainee in 2008 and proceeding to work his way up to senior consultant and then recruitment delivery manager. Read more

Data. It’s the fuel that drives the UK’s most successful companies. At KDR Recruitment, we find jobs for the talented people who organise, interpret and analyse data and turn it into competitive advantage.

We pride ourselves on acting with integrity at all times and actively distance ourselves from some of the less professional practices that can be found in the recruitment industry.

KDR Recruitment was born in 2003, supplying candidates to the emerging market generated by the Data Warehouse and Data Management company, Kalido. Since then we’ve grown into Information Management specialists with expertise in Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing recruitment, both permanent and interim.

Our clients range from SMEs to multinational organisations operating in a wide variety of sectors including telecommunications, FMCG, insurance, manufacturing, consultancy, BI product vendors and pharmaceuticals.

Creating the perfect CV

When applying for a job your CV is the first point of contact so it is essential you get it right. As a recruiter I see hundreds of CVs, some good and some bad, no CV is perfect but it… Read More

Top data events and conferences in October

Anyone that follows the KDR blog knows we love attending, and talking about, industry events and conferences. Attending these events can be a great way to update and learn new skills, as well as allowing you to network… Read More

2016 Rio Paralympics – Collecting medals through analytics? Yes you can!

The impact of big data is nowhere more apparent and impactful than in sports and with the world gripped in Olympic Fever, Paralympians in Rio are capitalising on insights delivered through Big Data analytics. Mentioned in last month’s blog,… Read More

Why are we still facing a data skills gap?

Plenty has been written this year about a skills gap across the UK workforce, with a particular focus on a shortage of data-literate workers. As more data is being created and businesses are realising the impact good quality data can… Read More

How to upskill in the data industry

The information management and data industry is ever-changing and it can sometimes feel like it is hard to keep up with the latest news and trends. Keeping your skills up to date is key to continue to move in the… Read More

4 ways IoT is used at home

The Internet of Things (IoT) around our homes is becoming the norm, with Amazon recently releasing the Amazon Dash button and sister product Amazon Dash Replenishments, the Internet of Things is starting to rule the home. Smart Heating… Read More

Top data events and conferences in September

After a long summer you may be feeling it is time to refresh your skills and knowledge, data events and conferences are a great way to do this. While attending events not only are you updating skills, you are… Read More

How big data is being used in recruitment

Big Data is rapidly growing. Research over the past two years by IBM suggests that 90% of the data in the world has been created since 2014. It’s no wonder big data is affecting every industry, and recruitment… Read More

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