Cordant strengthens engineering section with two appointments.

Development includes reappointment.

Cordant Engineering has made two senior appointments in the form of Matthew Heath as head of business development, and Bryan Flood who is returning to the company as recruitment business manager. The appointments have been made as the company embarks on the next stage of its overall strategy for brand development and growth.

Matthew has over 30 years of global engineering, manufacturing and recruitment experience. He joins the business from Jonathan Lee Recruitment, where he most recently held the position of associate director. During his career, he has also worked at Bomford Industries and Mettis Aerospace. He brings a wealth of knowledge across various departments, including engineering, operations, sales and marketing, quality, design, assembly, machining, testing, metallurgy and aftermarket.

Cordant Engineering has also reappointed Bryan Flood after he spent the past five years working at NES Global Talent. He worked at Cordant Engineering as a recruitment consultant between 2009 and 2014, after successful periods at JAM Recruitment and LBM.

“This is a crucial period in the development of our brand and I am excited to work alongside Matthew and Bryan to achieve our vision,” said Kelly Kendall, managing director of Cordant Engineering. “Matthew’s success has been based on practically translating the client need and identifying candidates with the right skills, experience and cultural approach. Meanwhile, Bryan has a large amount of industry and recruitment knowledge and has aggressive growth plans for this part of the business.”

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