The Cantlie Story
Your partner in professional recruitment
Cantlie was established in February 2005 with the goal of providing specialist recruitment services to Canberra and the region. With many years of experience in the employment industry, our Principal Keith Cantlie saw there was a need for a new way of doing business in the recruitment profession. Rather than measuring success on volume and throughput, Cantlie approached its work with clients on a consultancy basis, providing deep industry expertise, delivering quality outcomes and focusing on continually adapting to market needs.
Over the past decade Cantlie has built a highly recognised brand and earned the reputation of being one of the leading executive recruitment partners in the Canberra region. Focused on delivering value to clients through a transparent partnership pricing model and defined methodologies, Cantlie has developed trusted and genuine professional connections, working across the Not for Profit, Education and Private Sectors.
Cantlie’s unique approach to recruitment is supported by its continued connection to Canberra through professional relationships, community engagement and sponsorships. Keith actively contributes to the community as a board member of the Canberra Business Chamber and St John Paul II College. Additionally, Cantlie provides support to community organisations such as St Vincent de Paul Canberra and Goulburn, as well as taking a leading role in the sponsorship of the Aquis Canberra Brumbies coaches from 2013 to 2015 inclusive. Cantlie’s consulting model now delivers both executive recruitment along with a range of dedicated insourced recruitment services.
Over the last decade Cantlie has provided recruitment services and is now known for its:
Recruitment of Chief Executive/Executives for Not For Profit, Education and Private Sector Organisations
Insourced Recruitment Services; Cantlie currently provides these services under a contracted arrangement for the University of Canberra and Catholic Education Canberra and Goulburn.