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WICKLAND WESTCOTT STRENGTHENS LONDON OFFICE WITH TWO NEW HIRES

WICKLAND WESTCOTT STRENGTHENS LONDON OFFICE WITH TWO NEW HIRES

Leading executive search and talent consultancy, Wickland Westcott, has appointed Elizabeth Usher as Search Consultant and Jessica Coetzee as Graduate Administrator to strengthen its London office 

Elizabeth will be responsible for providing executive search and strategic consultancy services, enhancing the company’s internal research resource and strengthening its specialist practice capabilities in the areas of professional services, financial services and telecommunications.

Prior to joining Wickland Westcott, Elizabeth held senior leadership positions in a number of public sector and private organisations, including CEO at Urbis, a &pound32m cultural centre in Manchester.

Taking up the latest graduate administration position in London is Jessica Coetzee. Following successful completion of a 12 month graduate programme, Jessica has the prospect of being offered a permanent consultant position within the company.

Jessica’s appointment follows the promotion of Matt Rand to Talent Consultant, after he successfully completed the graduate scheme. As part of his new role, Matt will be supporting senior consultants across the company’s talent division, in particular, evaluating the effectiveness of coaching programmes and benchmarking executives through Wickland Westcott’s proprietary database. Matt has a degree in Psychology, a Masters in Occupational Psychology and holds Level A and B certificates in psychometric testing.

Colin Mercer, Managing Director of Wickland Westcott, commented: “It’s an incredibly exciting time for the company at the moment because we’re experiencing strong growth in demand, despite the continued period of economic uncertainty. Elizabeth, Matt and Jessica have all proved that they have the essential experience and skills required to join our rapidly growing team and we’re looking forward to them establishing themselves in their new roles.”

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