Ben Dugdale

Ben works as a Recruitment Consultant helping to build lasting relationships with candidates. Ben joined KDR in 2013 as an apprentice and he quickly moved into the role of a resource specialist.  Read more

Gemma Morris

Gemma is the Social Media and Marketing Executive. Working in a fast-paced role Gemma supports KDR’s social media and online presence, immersing herself in the world of data and analytics.  Read more

Sally Marsh

As KDR Recruitment's Accountant Sally is responsible for ensuring all contractors (and staff!) get paid on time. Having been with KDR for 6 years she has built up quite a relationship with our contractors.  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.

 

 

Our mission is to be the leading niche recruitment business specialising in the information management, data and analytics markets, without compromising our values as we grow. We recruit with integrity, we listen, we deliver on our promises and we work as a team.

KDR Recruitment was born in 2003, supplying candidates to the emerging markets of business intelligence and data warehousing. Since then we’ve grown into information management and data analytics specialists, with expertise not only in these markets, but also in the worlds of data governance, data quality (DQ), master data management (MDM), data science and marketing analytics. View our latest roles.

 

 

How big data is changing the way we live

There’s no question that big data is everywhere, it has been reported that two and a half quintillion bytes of data are created every day, and this amount is surely only going to rise in the future. Anything we, or...  Read More

Why do the top sales people use CRM Systems?

For many sales businesses their CRM system can be the life and blood of the data they hold, but for many sales people using the CRM system can seem like just another tool the business makes them use and is...  Read More

Tech & Tattoos

Wearable technology is nothing new, for quite some time we have been walking around with FitBits on our wrists monitoring our health, or smart watches that make payments easy. For many, wearable tech has become a normal part of life....  Read More

How to fix a broken leg

You break your leg, what do you do? You go to the hospital. Right? You get it X-rayed, plastered up and wait for it to heal. When it twinges and you say “ohh my leg ain’t half hurtin’ today” (in...  Read More

Are tech tests useful or just lazy?

For many businesses that are hiring software and tech specialists they can see a mass influx of candidates. Tech tests or exercises can be a great way to cut down the noise and find the person with the right skills....  Read More

How NOT to answer interview questions

Interviews are the most important part of the job searching process; it is what stands between you and your dream role. If you have a bad interview or answers a question badly you might be putting your next role at...  Read More

How AI is personalising marketing

There is no question that artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation is changing the marketing function in many businesses. For many consumer brands these technologies are now they most effective way of communication with a customer.  As AI continues to...  Read More

How technology is treating long-term disease

As we all know, finding out you have any form of terminal illness is a scary prospect. It may sometimes seem difficult to be positive minded & find a way to get through it. Nowadays, technology is evolving rapidly, and the...  Read More

Matthew Scullion - Matillion Ltd
I can’t imagine a point in the future where we’re not working with KDR