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APPOINTMENTS IN BRIEF


L-R: Daniel Halstead and Rosie James, Associate Directors and Tim Rose, Director


Senior team promotions are announced at M-EC


New Associate Director Rosie


James is a noise and air quality consultant and has worked with M-EC for the past five years. She said: “My new role


encompasses specific and multi- disciplinary project management together with business development, which includes growing the team and working in new geographical areas.”


Daniel Halstead has also been


made Associate Director, having joined the business six years ago as a senior surveyor, specialising in the area of geomatics. He said: “As Associate Director


for geomatics my role is now more strategically focused, ensuring excellence in the delivery of preeminent multi-disciplinary surveying and mapping services to


our clients across the UK. I’m now also a member of a very experienced and enthusiastic senior management team, with a wealth of knowledge across all disciplines and am very grateful to be working with such an accomplished group of individuals. I see this as an opportunity to fulfil not only my career ambitions but my personal goals as well.”


University appoints Deputy Vice-Chancellor


Professor Andy Long (pictured) will become the new Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DVC) of the University of Nottingham, from 1 July 2018. He has studied and worked at


the university since 1990 and is currently Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Engineering, leading 800 staff across six departments with more than 4,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students. As DVC Professor Long will


lead operational planning and academic resources across the university and support the Vice- Chancellor in providing strategic leadership for the university.


New Finance Director joins Littlefish


Managed IT services provider Littlefish has announced the appointment of Laura Storrs as its new Finance Director. Laura brings considerable


experience to the Littlefish board of directors, having worked in accountancy for seven years before moving into industry, where she spent over a decade at Northcliffe Media and more recently worked as Finance Director of a rail industry outsourcer. Steve Robinson, Managing


L-R: Lisa Collett, Jason Burnett, Fiona Moffat, Matt Rice, Tessa Dunleavy


Timms welcomes trio of partners


Three new partners have been announced by Timms Solicitors, the long-established firm which has offices in Derby’s Cathedral Quarter, Burton-upon-Trent, Swadlincote and Ashby. Lisa Collett, Tessa Dunleavy and


Matt Rice have joined the firm’s existing partners Fiona Moffat and Jason Burnett. Lisa Collett is Head of


Residential Conveyancing at Timms. She joined the firm in


February 2016 and has more than ten years’ experience in residential conveyancing. Tessa Dunleavy joined Timms’


Childcare team in January 2018 having worked in Derby and Derbyshire for the past 18 years. She is a member of the Law Society's Children Panel and the Local Family Justice Board in Derby. And commercial property


solicitor Matt Rice joined the firm in 2015, having previously worked in


Leicester and Northampton. Managing Partner Fiona Moffat


said: “Lisa, Tessa and Matt have all contributed greatly to the expansion and continued strength of the firm and I am delighted that they join Jason and I as partners to take Timms to the next stage of our development.” Timms Solicitors has been


established since 1892 and has 125 years of experience in providing advice and guidance for clients.


Director of Littlefish, said: “We’re delighted to attract someone of Laura’s capability and experience to Littlefish. The knowledge and insight she brings are key to maintaining our sustainable growth and her appointment further reinforces our reputation for building a leadership team of the highest calibre.”


David joins the team at Camloc Motion Control


Leicester-based gas spring and damper manufacturer Camloc Motion Control has made a positive start to 2018 after expanding its team with the appointment of applications engineer David Mathias. David graduated from Sheffield Hallam University in 2016 with a BEng Hons degree in Mechanical Engineering. Director Matt Warne said:


David demonstrated a clear understanding and sound knowledge of the skills we require."


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