Hello, my name is Amy Clark. I am a friendly, outgoing person who enjoys most things!. I enjoy spending time with my friends and my family. I enjoy keeping active and go to the gym most evenings. I love meeting new people so am a very sociable person. I am very carer minded. I am recently new to the team at Merit and can’t wait to see what opportunities will come along. Everyone is lovely at Merit and I am enjoying every moment so far.
What did you want to be before the age of 10 and why?
Before the age of 10 I always wanted to be an astronaut. The thought of travelling to space in a rocket really interested me. I would watch documents that my sister and granddad would be watching and imagine myself floating around space in a big white suite for hours on end. My heart was set on this for such a long time. I thought that I would one day end up living on the moon. I think my inspiration was from my granddad. He would always watch documentaries on a Sunday afternoon when I and my family went over there for the day. He was interested in space himself and often would pretend to me that he had visited the moon in his younger years. Obviously I couldn’t decide between the both because I also wanted to be a singer. I thought I had a voice of an angel. My family thought not.
What do you want to be by the age of 35?
By the age of 35 what do I want to be? I’m not sure. To be honest I left college and didn’t have a clue what I wanted to do. I got offered an apprenticeship in a recruitment agency and took it with a huge risk, it turned out to be the best choice that I could have ever made for myself. From that moment on I knew that I wanted to be a recruitment consultant. Unfortunately in that company I was doing my apprenticeship at I didn’t get to do the things that I thought I could achieve and be brilliant at. So when Merit got in touch with me I was delighted and took that opportunity without thinking twice. I knew it would be the right choice to take. I have explored my options and recruitment is definitely the career path for me. So I hope to stay in recruitment and by the age of 35 I hope to be a manager of recruitment. What I have learnt so far has been brilliant. So yea, I hope that my career path continues and progresses in recruitment.
You are on a desert island: you can take 3 books to read which ones will you pick?
I absolutely love reading a good book. I love being able to put my thoughts aside and get stuck into a good read. Although the book has to interest me in order for me to enjoy it to the full. My first book I would take is Got your number. This book is a general chick flick kind of style book. I don’t usually read chick flicks but I was at the airport with my family and it was the only relatively good book I could find quickly before my flight. My second book would have to be my sister’s keeper. This is my favourite book. I like a good drama book to read. My third book would be the lovely bones. This is also another favourite of mine. These are all such good stories. I would defiantly recommend these to anyone who enjoys reading.
The 3 minute elevator challenge: You’re in an elevator with the Prime Minister and you have 3 minutes, how do you convince him that Merit Group will solve their talent challenge?
Well if I was stuck with the Prime Minister for three minutes I would tell him just how great Merit Group are.
Merit Group achieves to be successful. Here at Merit we do our best to help everyone, candidates and clients. We have relationships built with so many people and have obtained good relationships throughout the years. We believe in everybody and try our best to help everyone. We finish what we start and everyone at Merit believes in this. We never give up on anything. There is a solution to every problem. Every problem will get solved; everyone here at Merit will make sure of that. We love to please everyone and do try our best to do so.
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