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Five new faces at MorePeople

Stamford recruitment specialist strengthens its team at a time of expansion for the business

Five new faces at MorePeople

L-r: Miranda Webster, Charlie Webb, Rebecca Inglis, Lawrence Rayner and Sarah Want

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Recruitment specialist MorePeople has bolstered its team with the addition of five new hires as it continues to expand.  

Rebecca Inglis started early in the year and is focused on filling vacancies for all levels of finance-related jobs across fresh produce and horticulture, food and agriculture.

Charlie Webb joined the technical team that is headed up by Luan Harrison to help with a growing number of vacancies in this area. His focus is on technical roles within the food sector for clients that range from fresh produce businesses to food manufacturers, retailers and foodservice companies.

Miranda Webster previously worked in the property industry and, since joining MorePeople in March, has expanded into agri-business recruitment, covering roles such as land agents, rural surveyors and related positions. 

Sarah Want is the newest member of the agronomy and growing recruitment team, supporting Edina Bremner who has built up her expertise in this sector over the past three years. Want previously worked for Waitrose in a range of different roles, where she learnt about all aspects of the retail supply chain and food industry.

And Lawrence Rayner has taken up the position of resourcer, where his focus is on identifying the best candidates for all disciplines that MorePeople recruit for. 

Andrew Fitzmaurice, managing director of MorePeople, said: “With these new recruits, and more in the pipeline, we are on track to achieving our 2020 growth plans and offering recruitment services in all of our areas of expertise. In a candidate-short market, it is the strength of our candidate network that we continue to grow and maintain that will help our clients to save both time and money in finding the right people for their business.”

 

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