Two New Leaders Appointed at Ganymede Solutions

By Ganymede

Two New Leaders Appointed at Ganymede Solutions to Support and Accelerate Continuing Growth in the Rail Industry.


​Recruitment and Workforce Management specialist Ganymede appoint two key sector experts to bolster its already established and thriving rail industry team.


Following structural changes in early 2020, Ganymede have enjoyed providing clients with enhanced end-to-end solutions incorporating Recruitment, Workforce Management and Digital Solutions. Adding these two key hires enables Ganymede to offer an increasingly diverse range of services to current clients, along with growing capacity to deliver new opportunities.


Based in Ganymede’s Derby Head Office, both Dave Carter and Tom Cleverley have exemplary reputations within the rail industry.

Dave joins Ganymede as Head of P-Way Technical and Signalling, bringing with him 20 years’ experience within contingent labour and recruitment in the rail industry. His wealth of knowledge of the safe and compliant deployment of resources to the rail infrastructure brings a unique perspective to the experienced team.

“I am delighted to be joining a company of Ganymede’s stature and reputation in the industry. My remit is growing the P-Way technical and S&T divisions and I look forward to engaging with existing and new clients in the coming weeks” 

In his new role in the recruitment division of Ganymede, Tom will be using his five years of experience in Engineering and Project Management recruitment across the UK rail market to help grow Ganymede’s interim / freelance division.


Tom states: “Ganymede really do give a true quality recruitment service and after meeting the team and discussing their growth plans and values, I felt they aligned with my own vision and ambition.


Whilst the rail industry continues to recover from the significant impact of Covid-19 to journey and passenger numbers, these two key appointments to Ganymede’s rail team reflect Ganymede’s confidence of the critical role the sector will play in the UK’s post Brexit, post Covid-19 drive towards its Net Zero targets.