On the move: the latest East Midlands hires

Tom Hartree (left) branch team leader welcomes Adam Riley in Leicester

Frontline Recruitment has welcomed six new members of staff.

The recuitment business, which has offices across Derby, Leicester and Nottingham has added to its numbers in each location.

In Derby, Simon Foister joins as permanent consultant and Lauren Gouveia joins as payroll apprentice.

In Leicester, Adam Riley is welcomed to Frontline as an account manager.

And in Nottingham, Jasmin Davies and Patrycja Jozwiak join as account managers, while Rhiannon Dennant takes up the role of business development executive.

The new starters take the number of new hires in the first nine months of the year to 18 – marking the fastest period of growth for Frontline, which has recently moved into new Nottingham offices on Maid Marian Way.

Frontline director, Tony Wilmot, said: “2017 has been a great one for Frontline so far – and it’s not over yet. We’re proving that we’re the first choice for both companies looking to staff-up quickly, safely and flexibly, and candidates who want a recruitment specialist they can rely on to place them into work with the minimum of fuss.

“It’s clear that, despite the political uncertainty surrounding Brexit, local companies are still looking to recruit as and when they need to, and we’re in a perfect position to help them do just that.

“I’d like to welcome our latest round of new recruits to the company, and look forward to watching them grow into their new careers, and I’d urge any company which needs the best, most reliable HR solutions to get in touch with us.”

West Bridgford-based creative agency, The Dairy, has added apprentice Claudia Wright to its team, in an account junior role.

Wright, from Cropwell Butler, impressed The Dairy’s founder and managing director, Nigel Rowlson, when she originally joined the company for a week in September 2016 as part of her school’s work experience.

“Claudia’s can-do attitude, common sense and maturity really stood out from the start – so much so, that we invited her back for a second work experience opportunity during the school holidays a few months later,” said Rowlson. “We always knew that once she’d completed her A levels, she was keen to enter the world of work and pursue a career in marketing and PR, rather than head to university, so we made sure we stayed in touch.”

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