Lewis Powell joined Solution in January 2014 to work alongside Jason Bailey on the one of the cornerstones of the business; Interior Design. After forging strong relationships with a number of London’s leading studios he then took the natural step into the Architectural market where he has been working since the start of 2016. As of late, and due to the relationships he has, Lewis has been working with both Interior Design and Architectural practices to assist them with business-critical recruitment needs.
Lewis’s polite and professional approach goes down well with clients and candidates alike and he has built up strong relationships with a number of the best design studios in London.
Outside of work Lewis is a sport enthusiast. He follows football, cricket, golf and tennis. If you can’t find him on the edge of his sofa watching Arsenal, you’ll catch Lewis either at the studio or out on the road playing gigs with his band.
Solution – Divisional Executive
January 2014 to Present
I joined Solution in 2014 to work alongside Jason Bailey on the Interior Design desk based in our London office.
I specialise in finding talented Architects and Interior Designers of all levels for some of London’s top practices and design houses across the high-end residential, hospitality, commercial, F&B, retail, education and sports sectors. I work with boutique agencies to global leaders and as well as the day-to-day recruitment needs, I offer alternative recruitment solutions including retained search, training programmes, salary surveys and research assignments.
The Royal Bank of Scotland – Triton Credit Services
January 2012 – January 2014
I worked for Triton Credit Services, a trading name of RBS who deal with credit card debt after the default process. The main focus was to recover the debt whilst complying with FSA regulations. I also had to ensure they received all appropriate forms of financial aid as typically most customers were experiencing monetary difficulties.
The Royal Bank of Scotland
July 2011 to January 2012
I worked as a collections agent. This involved recovering overdue arrears on credit cards whilst maintaining a positive relationship with all customers involved. Within this role I also had to liaise with other departments to ensure any issues or queries were resolved as efficiently as possible