Meet the Team

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Andrew Welsh


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Andrew has been recruiting and managing recruitment teams in the Medical Devices, Scientific Engineering, Life Sciences, New Product Development, Human Factors, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance and Field Service Engineering sectors since early 2009.

Over the years Andrew always felt a passion for these sectors due to the interesting nature of the technologies and the way these technologies are lifesaving or improve people’s standards of life.

Due to this passion once Andrew and Matthew decided to found their own recruitment consultancy there were no questions on the focus of their services.

It is a focus of Newton Colmore Consulting to build lasting relationships with their clients and candidates by offering industry specific knowledge. We achieve this by working closely with our clients to fully understand their requirements and long term goals, then introducing them to like-minded candidates looking to secure their long term career goals.


Matthew Lowdon


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Matthew started his recruitment career in 2011 with a specialist medical devices boutique placing highly skilled R&D engineers, physicists and scientists with international firms and single facility SME’s across Europe. Matthew then went on to join a large multinational recruitment organisation to establish a new medical devices division before deciding in January 2015 to start Newton Colmore Consulting, along with Andrew.

Prior to recruitment Matthew cut his teeth in the financial services industry with several roles focusing on investment management research within a number of independent financial advisory firms.

In his spare time Matthew enjoys watching Formula One, playing football, investing and collecting old and rare whisky.


Newton and Colmore – Junior Consultants


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Newton and Colmore are our newest recruits and they focus on finding fellow robots new and exciting jobs across the globe. They use their unique robotic knowledge to exceed all competitors and expectations to perfectly match vacancies to the right robot.

They first entered the recruitment world in 2015 and some of their most recent assignments include surgical robotics, machine learning algorithms and automation systems.
In their spare time, they dream of world domination but have so far been thwarted by their limited movement and the need to replace batteries regularly.

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