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Morgan joins Acorn as lead consultant

Morgan joins Acorn as lead consultantRecruitment specialist Acorn has announced a crucial new appointment to its Accounting and Finance Division.

Libby Morgan will be Acorn’s lead consultant within the Accounting and Finance team, responsible for recruiting for permanent roles within this thriving industry.

Having previously spent nine years working in this specialist sector, as well as working within recruitment in the public sector, Libby is well placed to recognise the qualities needed for financial roles across a variety of different levels.

Commenting on her new role, Libby said: “It is a privilege to lead Acorn’s specialist Accounting and Finance Division. One of the biggest problems in the industry is finding and retaining good, accounting professionals and with Acorn’s knowledge and experience, I know that we can help employers find the people they need for long-term success.”

Jan Hughes, Director for Acorn’s Accounting & Finance Recruitment Division, added: “We are thrilled to have Libby join our team, and having worked with her previously I know she will make a huge difference to our customers through her professional and honest recruitment approach. With her industry-specific knowledge and experience, she is the ‘go-to’ recruiter for anyone looking for work or people in the Accounting and Finance industry. Here at Acorn, it is important that all our recruitment consultants can truly understand our clients and candidates’ needs, and we are confident Libby will do an excellent job.”


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