Horsforth-based Futures, a permanent and interim specialist recruitment business, has awarded a 10-year service award to its Head of Education, Siân Womersley.

Siân Womersley, Head of Education North at Futures, joined the business as a Consultant in 2012. She works with Local Authorities, schools, and academies to deliver consultancy, interim and substantive support. Siân was quickly promoted to manager and has since been consistently praised for her high calibre of work and supportive managerial skills.

She is not only a vital part of the internal team, Siân is also focused on ensuring the best possible service to both clients and candidates, ensuring that the team is chosen for all future requirements.

Being asked about her award, Siân said “It’s amazing that I’ve been at Futures for 10 years. The company has grown a lot in this time, but the support and encouragement you receive to succeed and the focus on building long-term relationships have been consistent. Being part of a great team and knowing you make a difference to your clients and candidates makes it all worthwhile.”

Tom Ryan, director of Public Sector, said: “Siân has been an important asset to the company from the moment she joined. She is talented, driven, and fantastic under the pressure of the fast-paced recruitment environment.
“Congratulations on ten years, Siân. Thank you for all your hard work over the years, your commitment to the company and Education expertise is phenomenal”

Tom Liptrot, managing director, commented: “It’s incredible to see the dedication that Siân shows to her clients, contractors, and team. She has changed the lives of many children by finding the right professionals to lead vital change in schools.

Over the years of getting to know Siân, she has become an invaluable member of the Futures team. She’s an all-around inspiration and has always championed a diverse workforce through mentoring, leading in-house training, and generally being a great role model to everyone in the business. We wouldn’t be where we are today without you, here’s to another 10 years Siân!”