Candidates
Ever yearned for a relationship blossoming with honesty, trust and respect? Wistfully imagined a meeting of minds and shared obsessions? Fortunately Fill's seasoned consultants are waiting for your call

Why choose Fill?

  • The very best opportunities in account handling, creative, planning and strategy
  • Agency roles at all levels across London, the Home Counties and beyond
  • Permanent, freelance and contract
  • Friendly, responsive consultants with unparalleled industry insight
  • Exclusive roles you won't see advertised anywhere else
  • Assistance with your CV and interview technique plus tips on pushing for promotion
  • Honest salary guidance
  • Advice on freelancing or finding an umbrella company
  • A reputation built on word of mouth and personal recommendation
  • Ethical, respected, reliable - and on your side every step of the way

And you can recommend a friend
You will receive £200 every time you refer a candidate who has not registered with Fill before and is then placed in a permanent role. So what are you waiting for?





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  • Jonathan is without a doubt the best recruiter I've worked with. He's passionate and knowledgeable, committed to helping you get the job you want and a genuinely nice person. I felt informed and looked after at every stage. I would 100% recommend Jonathan to anyone, client or candidate!
  • Alan is quite simply an operator. If you want the right job in the right agency, call him
  • Over the years I've seen recruiters come and go, but Fill have gone from strength to strength. Jonathan is responsive, honest and makes the process so much simpler for all. He's ex-agency too, which means he just 'gets it'
  • Lisa can always get you solution, regardless of how tight the brief might be. She understands all aspects of the planning talent pool, across all strategic disciplines. She's also a joy to work with, proactive, tenacious, yet flexible. Give her a brief!
  • I had a wonderful experience working with Jonathan. He managed to make what can be an extremely stressful process genuinely enjoyable. I felt like a valued candidate, not just a CV in a pile of hundreds
  • Having a great understanding of the industry should be a given. However, understanding how to marry client wishes and people's career development is different... And that's what makes Mark the man you should call. End of
  • Jonathan takes the time to listen - a real point of difference when it comes to working with recruitment consultants. His agency experience shines through. I would recommend him to any candidate looking for their next role or agency in their next hire
  • Lisa makes matches, good ones. She has a nose for who will fit who and why; orchestrates it, makes it happen. She keeps everyone in the loop and happy. She ensures momentum is kept up and things don't get bogged down. And she listens; not often the case these days. Highly recommended
  • Mark is a headhunter who values the human approach. He's personable and thoughtful and gets to know his candidates and clients. He'll always respond with ideas that are informed and thought-provoking
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