Surprised to discover the lack of a service offering careers consultancy exclusively to researchers, Martin Gooden established Trinity Scott in 2015 with support and encouragement from members of the research community.
Over the years, there have been various search-to-search and recruitment-to-recruitment firms catering for researchers at varying degrees. The complaint we hear most often about firms is that they are very transaction focused, simply wanting to place the researcher in a new role, whatever the role may be.
This is understandable, given that these companies are usually recruitment companies specialising in consultants more than researchers, and their focus is often on the fee rather than the candidate themselves.
By setting up a careers service dedicated purely to researchers, it allows us the opportunity to focus on you and your requirements, both short term and longer term: working with you strategically to maximise your career potential.
Trinity Scott helps executive search researchers around the world maximise their career potential. We do this by providing expert and complimentary advice, offering a career health check as well as alternative job opportunities where appropriate.
This encompasses every location and sector; we can help researchers at all levels, too, from those who are just entering the industry to Heads of Research with 20 plus years’ experience.
Trinity Scott is not just about placing people in jobs. Sometimes, the best option might be for you to stay where you are and maximise the potential of your current situation.
We do not charge researchers for our careers advisory service or for the recruitment service that we offer.