• Charlie Keeling has been appointed partner, global head of human capital development and member of the executive management committee at the Capital Markets Company. Keeling joins Capital from PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting where he was partner, global human resources, responsible for the HR development for 40,000 employees worldwide. He will oversee the company’s expansion from 700 to 2,000 people in its second year and beyond.

• Nisha Rabheru has moved from the resourcing team at Homebase to take on the post of resourcing manager at facilities management company Johnson Controls. Rabheru has in-depth knowledge of graduate recruitment and psychometric testing and is responsible for developing a strategic recruitment policy.

• Paul Robertson Marriott has been appointed HR director at Quebecor Printing UK. The company is part of Quebecor World, the largest commercial printer in the world.

• Elaine Walker has joined executive and selection consultancy Regent Consulting where she will handle a wide range of managerial appointments, including HR prizes. Prior to Regent, Walker specialised in HR and training recruitment with

Consult and Human Resource Partnership. Formerly resourcing adviser at Watson Wyatt, Walker spent four years at Eurotunnel and was instrumental in resourcing and general HR issues in Kent and Europe. She brings 10 years of HR and recruitment experience to the recruitment consultancy, including international experience gained in consultancy, finance, engineering and travel industry.

• Ian Jackson has become managing director of on-line recruitment company Jobline International. Jackson was formerly director of Fujitsu Siemens Computers and managing director of Tiny Computers UK. Launched in Sweden in 1996, Jobline is a digital marketplace for human capital operating in nine countries, with 16 offices across Sweden, Denmark, Finland, the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.

• Arlette Kelleher is the first personnel and training manager at Ashdown Park Hotel. Members of the senior management team previously carried out training as part of their duties. Kelleher was previously personnel manager in Eltstree, Hertfordshire, a favourite with staff and stars of Eastenders, recorded at the nearby studios.

• The National Electrotechnical Training Organisation (NET) welcomed Bob Harris as its new chairman last month. Harris, who is chairman of Oxford-based electrical contractor RT Harris, took over formally from the Net’s first chairman John Mackenzie.

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