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Ever wondered what it’s like to join Montash?

8/11/2013 by


Jack Skinner has been here for exactly 1 month today!

Montash have asked Jack to write a brief summary on his first month at Montash and how he has settled in. We have not edited or clipped anything out that Jack has said and we hope this will give potential new hires a good insight into life at Montash!

“Before joining Montash I was a Recruitment Consultant living and working on the Isle of Wight. I moved to London 1 month ago to join Montash and I have loved every second of it so far.

As soon as I arrived the team made me feel welcome. The office is also in a brilliant location being so close to Old Street Tube Station, awesome cafes and quirky bars.

The team itself is full of great individuals all bringing a different aspect to the table. It’s a very diverse environment and everyone is a pleasure to work and socialise with.

The only thing I dislike about Montash is the calibre of Ping Pong talent flying about… I can never win!

A lot has changed for me since moving up to London – I was born and raised on the Isle of Wight so moving away from all my family, friends and an abundance of farm life was very strange initially!

However, everyone at Montash has taken the time to make me feel welcome and I am extremely grateful for that.

Montash is an awesome place! #TeamMontash ”

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