IT , Supply Chain, Engineering and Science
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Stephen joined Morgan McKinley in 2009 and began his career in the IT Recruitment Division in Cork delivering top tier technology talent in to key global companies as well as rapid growth start ups.
More recently he has moved in to a Director role with responsibility for IT regionally as well as the Supply Chain, Engineering and Science divisions on a national basis . Stephen enjoys working in the technology space due to his firm belief that technology is key to improving business performance and leading innovative change. Stephen is passionate about investing in people; his team of trusted advisory consultants are continuously evolving to meet the demands of a rapidly changing market and offer clients a competitive advantage through finding great people. Over the past nine years he has built a strong network of both clients and professionals along with in-depth knowledge of the local and national market. He holds a Bachelor of Business from CIT and a Bachelor of Business in recreation & leisure. Stephen is an avid rugby fan and has represented Ireland at college level and Munster at college and club level. He currently coaches the senior team with his local club, Old Christians RFC.