Regional recruitment consultancy expands Norwich team
Pure Resourcing Solutions has expanded its Norwich team with the appointment of Emma Saunders who joins the recruitment consultancy’s Accountancy Division.
Joining the company’s Norwich office, Emma brings over 10 years experience in specialist consultancy recruitment to the role. She previously worked for Hales Group and has recruited in the Norwich and Norfolk market dealing with a range of organisations ranging from SME’s to large blue chip organisations.
On joining Pure Resourcing Solutions, Emma said: “My approach to recruitment is very much in line with Pure’s ethos of taking the time to understand the client’s business needs and expectations whilst providing a fast turnaround of quality candidates. It is great to be working with a team that takes an honest, committed approach, and places such an emphasis on developing long term client and candidate relationships, to achieve the best quality service.”
Emma, from Briston, will be responsible for temporary accountancy vacancies across Norfolk. These include Credit Controller’s, Ledger Clerk’s, Bookkeeper’s, Payroll, Accounts Assistant and Part Qualified Accountants.
Director of Pure Resourcing Solutions, Gill Buchanan, said: “Emma has solid experience in the accountancy sector, coupled with an impressive recruitment background. She is a motivated professional who will make a valuable contribution to the team - it’s fantastic to have her knowledge and expertise on board as we move into 2013.”
Pure’s Accountancy division covers the full spectrum of accountancy positions from accounts clerical - Purchase and Sales Ledger Clerks - to board level - Finance Director and CFOs - on an interim, contract and permanent basis.
Our client base covers commercial businesses - from local SME owner-managed businesses to Blue Chip companies such as Aviva, Greene King, AXA, ARM and Willis - Public and Third Sector bodies - Charities, NHS, Housing, Education and Local Authorities - to firms of Accountants, ranging from small local firms to the Big Four.