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Oliver Amos


0203 816 0870
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I started my recruitment career in 2013 and joined 3Search in 2015, and am one of the company's longest serving employees. In that time I’ve always specialised in recruiting marketing and digital professional across the financial services industry in permanent roles. I’ve partnered with a range of clients from hiring first marketers into a business through to some of the most well-known businesses globally.

The focus of everything I’ve done in that time has been partnership led – I truly believe that to successfully recruit for a business you need to be an extension of them, both understanding their needs in culture and skill-set. Taking this approach, we’ve been able build an exceptional team here at 3Search covering everything Assistant through to CMO-level hires.

I’m always keen to speak with new candidates and clients or catch-up with existing contacts, so you’re keen to grab a beer or coffee drop me a message!

Marketing, Digital
Financial Services

My jobs

Salary: c. £100,000
Location: London
Sector: SaaS

My Blogs

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