Alistair Jenkins has re-joined the company after a stint at RBS as an in-house resourcing consultant. Following a successful initial period in that role he moved into a project management position in RBS’ International Banking Division focusing on performance management.
Jones’ role will be as managing consultant in the team looking after senior permanent positions in the financial services sector.
The company has also appointed a new associate director to its team of consultants looking after senior interims. A psychology Masters graduate, Rebecca McColley (pictured) is a highly experienced consultant who spent over 10 years with the leading international specialist recruitment consultancy, Witan Jardine.
McColley has been responsible for recruiting finance interims and, subsequently, for developing interim and permanent teams across multiple sectors. She has also been a director at Mackenzie Jones, a marketing recruitment business.
Charlotte Farleigh has also joined Digby Morgan as a consultant in the team looking after the more junior to mid-level permanent HR hires. She started her career with law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer but then moved into legal recruitment before HR.
Digby Morgan CEO, Alistair Cook, said of the new appointments: “We had a good end to last year which has continued into 2014 and this continued expansion simply reflects that success. We are cautiously optimistic that this will continue throughout the remainder of 2014 as we see a steady growth in confidence in the HR recruitment sector as organisations look to add new skills, build their HR teams and add value to their businesses.”