Two New Managing Partners as Part of Brewster Partners Restructure
A MAJOR restructure for Sheffield based recruitment specialist Brewster Partners has included two important internal promotions.
Brewster Partners has been established in the region for over a decade, providing recruitment and talent acquisition across the UK.
The company’s specialisms cover Accountancy and Finance, Office Support, Charity and Not-for-Profit, Manufacturing and Operations as well as Leadership and Management search.
The start of 2022 saw the company move to new premises at Cubo, the multi-use centre in Carver Street at the heart of Sheffield city centre.
And along with that move came promotions for Paula Barber and Pete Shillito, who have now both been made managing partner.
Paula, who joined Brewster Partners to launch the company’s Charity and Not-for-Profit division, has more than a decade of recruitment experience in Executive Search and Senior Finance.
Raffina by Reece Elliott appoints General Manager and Sous Chef
Raffina by Reece Elliott has appointed general manager Josh Barnsley, who brings over ten years of experience in the hospitality industry and sousc hef Jamie Fullen, who boasts more than eight years of culinary experience.
As the restaurant’s new general manager, Josh will oversee the operations and processes, ensure a high standard of customer service, and maintain the restaurant’s general day-to-day running.
Jamie Fullen said: “When I heard about Reece’s new venture with Raffina, I knew I wanted to be involved. Reece is so passionate about serving the very best food, and it is inspiring to be a part of the same venture.
Book for a refined, relaxed experience at Raffina by Reece Elliott here: www.raffina.co.uk/reece-elliott
BHP expands its Audit team with new director appointment
BHP has strengthened its Audit team with the addition of a new director.
Audit director Abdullah Daji joins BHP’s Cleckheaton office after ten years with one of the Big 4 accounting firms. With extensive experience in providing audit and assurance services to a range of large and small, public, and privately-owned businesses across the UK, Abdullah will take on responsibility for audit engagement.
Abdullah said: “I’m excited to build on the growth that BHP has experienced over the last few years. They’re positioned well in the marketplace and I’m excited to be a part of it.”
Hamish Morrison, BHP joint managing partner, said: “Abdullah is a key appointment for our Audit team. He brings a wealth of experience to the firm, and both our staff and our clients will benefit from his enthusiasm.”