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P&S Personnel, East Anglia’s leading independent recruitment consultancy, has appointed experienced recruiter Sally Spaull to head up its new Energy Division


The award-winning Great Yarmouth based consultancy, which is owned and run by brother and sister team Paul Gibbs and Sharon O’Mahony, offers specialist recruiters internationally in a variety of sectors, including oil & gas, marine, industrial, construction, agricultural, engineering, general administration and finance.


BACKGROUND


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Sally brings with her a wealth of industry knowledge from her background in both the oil & gas industry and renewables and is committed to building a uniquely specialist Energy division for P&S Personnel. Sally commented: “I am thrilled to be joining P&S Personnel. Having worked in the Energy industry on both the agency side and the client side, I’ve had the opportunity to hone my skills and contacts across the board and am now in a position to help Paul and Sharon grow the business. “We share the same passion for recruitment, the same hardworking, honest work ethic; if we can’t fill the role well, we won’t fill it. I can’t wait to start building my team and establishing P&S Personnel as the go-to recruitment agency for the Energy sector.”


L to R: Paul Gibbs, Sally Spaull, Sharon O’Mahony. SUPPLIERS OF ENERGY SECTOR GROWTH


Supplying Bolting Solutions to the Renewable Energy Sector


HIRE REPAIRS CALIBRATION SALES


The Energy sector is an obvious growth point for P&S Personnel and the perfect complement to their business. The East of England has, over the last five decades, been the centre of one of the world’s most productive energy industries. It has a well established, ‘all energy’ base that embraces oil, gas, nuclear power and renewables amongst other technologies. Current offshore/onshore wind and oil & gas developments are estimated to be worth £30bn over the next ten years and it is estimated that 7,700 people are employed in the energy sector in the region.


WELCOME ON BOARD


Sharon O’Mahony said: “We are really excited to have secured Sally’s appointment. As a consultancy we can now offer a completely unique recruitment service to the Energy sector; no other agency has the depth or breadth of experience that P&S Personnel can offer. The energy sector is ever evolving and we are now able to evolve with it and deliver an exceptional service to our clients.


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“Sally is unquestionably a terrific addition to our team; she has the greatest reputation in the industry and operates with the same level of passion, honesty and integrity that Paul and I share. We are confident that she will quickly establish the P&S brand as a major player in the Energy sector.”


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