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Tom Rossiter joins the HSUP

Tom Rossiter joins the HSUP

Harrington Starr is delighted to announce the arrival of Tom Rossiter to the team, focussing on placing Business Analysts and Project Managers into the Buy and Sell Side Trading Systems space. Owing to significant growth in the business area, Tom has come on board to add further resource and research in the space and immediately join the Harrington Starr University Programme.

Tom is a graduate of Cardiff University with a 2:1 degree in Marine Geography. He joins with a strong desire to learn and develop in the recruitment sector and a keen interest in financial technology. Tom is extremely customer focussed and impressed with his desire to provide a client based and highly ethical service.

Joining the Harrington Starr University Programme, he will begin a course designed to develop the very best consultants in the global recruitment sector. Covering all of the technical aspects of recruitment, the course will also provide detailed financial market education and focus on customer delivery excellence. The course blends practical experience, class room sessions, testing, coaching, mentoring, peer to peer learning, analysis, video learning, a learning library and over 1000 pages of course literature to aid learning and development.

Managing Director Toby Babb commented “We are absolutely thrilled to have Tom on board as he consistently displayed values that perfectly matched those of Harrington Starr throughout the interview process. Tom is keen to learn, hard working and a thoroughly nice guy who is very keen to show a first class service to his clients. In joining HSUP, we will put him through a rigorous course of training and development to ensure consistency in our external focus and develop him into an outstanding recruitment consultant. It is fantastic to be giving yet another opportunity to a graduate to develop a top class career in a rapidly expanding company. Our investment in hiring at a graduate level has really paid dividends and we look forward to continuing this policy in the months ahead.”

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