NVS employee earns esteemed award role

NVS employee earns esteemed award role Congratulations are in order for Rob Gibson, Digital Marketing Administrator, who has received the 2015 Temporary Worker of the Year Award from his former Recruitment Agency, Brampton Recruitment based in Stoke – On – Trent. Since joining NVS back in October 2014, Rob has always been a hard-working, ambitious and trustworthy employee. Nothing is ever too much trouble for him and he has certainly excelled himself since joining the marketing team.

Rob originally approached Brampton Recruitment looking for an opportunity to gain work experience in marketing following his degree and a short internship.  He jumped at the chance of the short-term role at NVS, believing that he needed all of the practical experience he could get.

Julie Godwin, Marketing Manager, nominated Rob, aged 24 from Stoke on Trent, for the commercial award, after he impressed the marketing team with his excellent skills, can-do attitude and attention to detail.  

Julie wowed the staff at Brampton with her comments and his nomination still resonates with the recruitment team. Julie describes Rob as, “A credit to his parents and, although very young, he has his head screwed on. His manners are impeccable.  Rob is a pleasure to work with and I believe that, with on-going training, he will become an excellent marketer and an asset to NVS – especially in the digital domain.” 

Charlotte Walker, Brampton Recruitment’s Branch Manager, presented Rob with a certificate to mark his achievement and £50 in shopping vouchers. “I would recommend anyone seeking employment to contact Brampton,” commented Robert. “They were friendly, helpful and understanding of what job area I wanted to pursue my career, rather than providing me with opportunities which didn’t best suit my interest or studies. I would like to thank both my employers, NVS for the opportunity and the recognition and I would like to extend my gratitude to Brampton for helping me to find the right position to which suited me.”