Jazmine Graceson
Jazmine Graceson
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Jazmine Graceson

School Partnership Executive

About Jazmine

Jazmine is our School Partnership Executive here at Dunbar who works closely with schools and teachers in the Milton Keynes and Buckinghamshire area. Jazmine has a huge 9 years’ experience within recruitment and an expert within the Education field as 7 of those years are based in Education. Previously, Jazmine worked mainly with schools and teachers in London and Essex, so she is looking forward to being able to work with more local schools and teachers.

 Jazmine decided she wanted to try recruitment 10 years ago and never intended to stay in Education recruitment for long – however she caught the bug and loves it and never looked back since! Jazmine loves working with teachers and support staff and thinks the work they do is amazing. She says, “It’s lovely to work with people who are so passionate about what they do”. Jazmine enjoys the excitement and versatility in Education as no two days are ever the same.

 Outside of work, Jazmine loves being a Mum and enjoys food and fitness. She says “When I’m not spending time with my little boy, I’m stuffing my face and trying to burn some of that off in the gym!” 

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