Clarion Consulting Appoints Turlach McAlister to Lead Recruitment Service Spinout

Turlach McAlister has been appointed as as resourcing services manager with specialist It Recruitment agency, Clarion Resourcing. ~ McAlister appointed as recruitment services manager with Clarion Resourcing~

Dublin, Ireland, Tuesday, 7th December 2010: Leading project management and IT consulting specialist, Clarion Consulting today announced the appointment of Turlach McAlister as resourcing services manager with company spinout, Clarion Resourcing.  McAlister will manage all facets of the company’s resourcing business, which helps organisations to improve competitive agility by delivering flexible resourcing models.  McAlister  will be responsible for delivering a high-quality, specialist resourcing service, geared towards the placement of IT professionals on both a contract and permanent basis, supported by the knowledge base within Clarion’s consulting organisation.

Commenting on the appointment, Pat Millar, managing director of Clarion Consulting said:  “We are very pleased to have someone of Turlach’s calibre join our team.  His extensive recruitment experience and involvement in start-up businesses, both at home and abroad is an excellent fit for us.  We are confident that his knowledge and expertise will help us to successfully leverage the strength of the Clarion brand into the resourcing arena.”

McAlister joins from the I.T. Alliance group.  He was head of resource management with the group for a period of a year where his responsibilities ranged from managing large recruitment drives to specialist resourcing of niche skill sets.   McAlister was then promoted to HP Contracting Services Manager, a contract resourcing franchise operated by the I.T. Alliance group.  During this four year period, McAlister successfully developed public and private sector clients and achieved preferred supplier status with a number of blue chip accounts and government departments.

Prior to this, McAlister spent four years as contract sales executive with Computer People Ireland.  He successfully engaged in new business development and account managed existing clients to maximise potential opportunities.

McAlister also spent six years with IT recruitment consultancy, DPP International.  He spent three years working in Brussels as a Contract Sales executive placing IT consultants on a pan-European basis.  He was then promoted to country manager for Ireland where he established the Dublin office from the preparation and delivery of the initial business plan through to day-to-day management of the Irish operation.

McAlister is a native of Dublin and a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin and UCL Louvain, La Neuve in Belgium.

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On December 7th, 2010, posted in: News by
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