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Frontline expands Derby branch

Frontline expands Derby branchEast Midlands careers specialist Frontline Recruitment has expanded its permanent division at its Derby branch.

The firm is pleased to announce that Emma Marshall has joined Karen Barker, business manager, and her Derby team as managing consultant.

Emma brings over 10 years’ experience working in the sales industry. She spent seven years working for an estate agency, where she worked her way up through the ranks before becoming area manager responsible for four branches.

She decided to make a career change and enter the world of recruitment where she has been very successful placing permanent and temporary candidates working with well-known companies in the UK for the past four years.  

Emma is excited to bring her knowledge and experience to Frontline’s permanent division and is looking forward to a successful career as the Derby branch’s new managing consultant. 

She said: “I made the decision to join Frontline after meeting Dave Essam, general manager, and Karen Barker, business manager, as their vision and plans for the development of the company were second to none.  

“They also offered an excellent market leading package and benefits which enforced my decision that Frontline values its employees and truly recognises individuals through rewards and recognition.”


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