RICHARD JOHNSON, B.COMM
The man behind it all, Richard established R.JOHNSON Legal Recruitment in 2007 after working for 20 years at other local, national, and international agencies such as The Personnel Department, Hunt Personnel and Arlyn Recruiting.
After passing the Daily Operations of the firm over to Kimberly in 2013, Richard has focussed his efforts on marketing and branding.
Richard has always considered both applicants and clients as equals in the placement process. Each deserves the same respect and consideration.
KIMBERLY MACMILLAN, B.A., CHRP
PARTNER/DIRECTOR OF RECRUITMENT
As Partner, Kimberly is responsible for leading the full-cycle recruitment process and managing the day-to-day operations of the office. She also develops and executes creative sourcing strategies that ensure effective talent acquisition of top-tier candidates. Serving as the main point of contact for clients, she, along with her team, endeavor to facilitate a successful completion for every recruit.
Kimberly brings more than a decade of experience in human resources management and has a solid understanding of the legal industry. Her career has consisted of working for law firms, real estate firms and high tech corporations in the lower mainland. Prior to changing her professional focus to human resources management in 2000, she worked as a paralegal for Borden Ladner Gervais.
Kimberly holds a bachelor of arts degree, paralegal diploma, human resources management certificate, and the CPHR designation. She is a member of the BCHRMA and is the co-chair of the Professional Recruiters Roundtable. She was previously a member of the BCLMA and was the co-chair of the Small Firms Committee for two years.
Kimberly is NOT a salesperson. She is here to facilitate and foster relationships between applicants and clients. She works from her heart and is relentless in her goal to make the right fit with every opportunity.
Alexi Jones, B.A.
Prior to joining R.JOHNSON, Alexi attended UBC and the University of Melbourne, graduating with a bachelor of arts in history and law and society. Throughout school, she followed her love of fashion to Club Monaco and Anthropologie, working as lead stylist while attending UBC.