Joanne Caine

Joanne Caine
Joanne Caine
Managing Director

I joined Cathedral Appointments in 1998 to cover a maternity leave and never left. I now co own the business and love my job. I've a great team of consultants who work with me in ensuring that Cathedral Appointments provide an excellent service to candidates and clients alike.

I've gained an excellent knowledge of the local employment market and have long established relationships with many leading employers in the area. I recruit for a number of commercial organisations as well as the public and not for profit sectors and have a strong network of Human Resource contacts in the region.

My recruitment specialities include:

  • Search and Selection
  • Executive Recruitment - CEO, COO, Director, Senior Management and Leadership roles
  • HR Recruitment - HR Directors, HRBP's, Head of HR, HR Managers, Learning & Development, Resourcing, Talent Acquisition 
  • Senior Marketing and Commercial Recruitment - Marketing Directors, Head of Marketing, Head of Departments, Commercial  Directors
  • Salary Advice and Salary Benchmarking
  • Specialist Advertising, Talent Attraction Knowledge
  • Local Job Market Information

Learn more about Joanne Caine.

Welcome to the team, Clodagh!

Welcome to the team, Clodagh!

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 14 January, 2022

If you haven’t already seen, we’ve got some exciting news to start the new year off with…drum roll, please! As Cathedral Appointments starts its next phase of growth, with many exciting plans in place for this year and beyond, we recognised it was time to strengthen the team with additional strategic support in order to accelerate our growth plans.

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Cathedral Appointments kickstarts 2022 growth plans by welcoming second Director

Cathedral Appointments kickstarts 2022 growth plans by welcoming second Director

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 13 January, 2022

Exeter’s leading independent recruitment consultancy, today welcomes Clodagh Murphy to the team as Director. Clodagh’s appointment has strengthened the business’ senior team and board.

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New year, new job – what do candidates need to know?

New year, new job – what do candidates need to know?

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 07 January, 2022

2021 wasn’t an easy year for jobseekers. The continued turbulence of the economy combined with stresses such as the pingdemic, new variants and tiered restrictions meant high levels of anxiety about moving to new roles.

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2022 recruitment trends: Our top three predictions

2022 recruitment trends: Our top three predictions

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 04 January, 2022

While 2022 might not be the start to the year we had hoped for, with many of us still working from home, there’s still plenty of optimism in the air. So, looking into our crystal ball, what do we think this year has in store for the job market and recruitment?

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Cathedral Appointments’ recipe for career development

Cathedral Appointments’ recipe for career development

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 26 November, 2021

Career development needn't be complicated – nor should it be limited to just one or two approaches. Grab your apron, and let's get started!

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Top Vacancies for This Week - Mon 15 November

Top Vacancies for This Week - Mon 15 November

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 15 November, 2021

Cathedral Appointments recruits for a variety of positions across a huge range of sectors throughout Devon, Cornwall and the UK.  Take a look at our top vacancies this week.

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6 weeks post-furlough: So, what happens now?

6 weeks post-furlough: So, what happens now?

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 11 November, 2021

It's been several weeks since the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme ended, and although the general consensus was that we would begin to see an uptick in the numbers of available talent ... this simply hasn’t happened.

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Combatting stress as a business leader

Combatting stress as a business leader

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 08 November, 2021

On average, a person will spend a third of their life at work, or 3,507 days over their lifetime. And when we’re spending so many precious hours working, it’s crucial that we’re doing so in a way that is, at the very least, manageable but hopefully enjoyable and satisfying too.

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Making a good first impression online

Making a good first impression online

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 25 October, 2021

Since the start of the pandemic, 86 per cent of recruiters have been conducting virtual interviews and it’s looking likely that this method will be here to stay. With 50 per cent of British workers still working predominantly from home and employers looking to broaden their geographical talent pools with this shift to remote working, it simply makes sense for interviews to remain online.

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World Mental Health Day: Mental health in an unequal world

World Mental Health Day: Mental health in an unequal world

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 10 October, 2021

While many individuals and businesses have become far more attuned to their own, and others’, mental health issues over the past 18 months, it’s clear that the support given simply hasn’t been enough for so many.

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Festival of Learning: Learning as an adult

Festival of Learning: Learning as an adult

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 24 September, 2021

There’s no limit of learning. Whether you’re 21 or 71, there’s always time to pick up a new interest, begin another hobby or get some further experience under your belt.

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Keeping up motivation when working from home

Keeping up motivation when working from home

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 20 September, 2021

After 18 months of yo-yoing in and out of lockdowns, the positives that remote working has brought to the table for many employees are endless. According to a new survey by RADA Business, nearly half of workers would like to continue working remotely post-pandemic, with the younger generation being most in favour of this shift.

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