Mark Adair

This week's Yorkshire appointments

This week’s round up of Yorkshire appointments includes 360 accountants, NSCG and Brewster Bye Architects. Read on to find out more.

Four appointments, 360 Accountants

Award-winning 360 Chartered Accountants has announced four new appointments as part of the firm’s ongoing growth strategy. Hannah Lawton and Olivia Sutton are both being promoted to Assistant Managers while Leah Sanderson and Rebecca Cole are being promoted to Senior Accounts Executives.

Client Services Director, Sophie Holmes, who leads 360’s team of accountants, trainees and apprentices, said, “these promotions are testament to everyone’s hard work and dedication. At 360, we strongly believe in mentoring and supporting our team and developing their careers.”

Olivia Sutton joined 360 straight from school as an apprentice four years ago. She is now a part-qualified accountant, having passed her final AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) exams last year. She is currently studying for her ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) qualifications to become fully qualified as a chartered accountant.

Hannah Lawton, who is also studying for her ACCA qualifications, was appointed in January to work in the 360 accounts team after three successful years at a firm in Driffield.

Leah Sanderson joined 360 as a trainee accountant last year, initially spending time with the firm’s Charities and Corporate team before working across all accounts departments to gain experience in all aspects of accountancy.

Meanwhile, Rebecca Cole joined 360 as an apprentice after completing her GCSEs five years ago. She has almost completed her AAT apprenticeship and will then move forward to her chartered accountant qualifications.

Four appointments, NSCG

People advisory firm New Street Consulting Group (NSCG) has made four new hires at its Leeds office as it continues to invest in growth.

Katie Howard has joined the firm’s executive search team as a Director after relocating from working in Amsterdam for 12 years. Previous roles have seen Katie champion workplace Diversity and Inclusion (D&I), and support organisations in traditionally male-dominated industries to improve gender balance.

She comments, “the energy sector is evolving as it embraces renewable technologies. This is rapidly changing the world’s energy mix and brings with it demand for new skills, ways of working and thinking. It’s an opportune time to accelerate the positive change we’re already seeing in terms of the sector’s diversity and inclusion.”

Three new appointments have been made in NSCG’s talent intelligence team in Leeds including Senior Consultant Jack Evans, Data Analytics Consultant Christopher Dutoy and Researcher Georgia Cooper-Taylor.

Doug Baird, CEO, said, “we’re experiencing strong demand from leaders and organisations in Yorkshire who are addressing changing ways of working and finding recruitment and talent strategy increasingly competitive and employee-led.

Hannah Cawthorne, Brewster Bye Architects

Leeds based architecture practice, Brewster Bye, has promoted Hannah Cawthorne to associate.

Hannah joined Brewster Bye in 2016 after previously working for architecture practices in Bradford and Leeds and completing a Master of Architecture Degree at Leeds Beckett University. She successfully completed her Part 3 exams, to become a fully qualified architect, in 2019.

In recent years she has played a key role on a wide range of residential schemes and apartment developments throughout Leeds and York. She is currently working on several large-scale apartment developments in Leeds city centre, including an 11-storey building and a tower with more than 20-storeys.

Hannah said, “this promotion is a great opportunity to further my career and take on more management responsibility whilst working on a wide range of exciting and pioneering developments that will help to shape the skyline of Leeds and beyond, over the coming years.”


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