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Triple boost for Aberdeen Appointments Agency

Posted by James Donaldson

23-Sep-2017

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Recruitment consultancy Aberdeen Appointments Agency (AAA) has made three key appointments of its own as the business targets growth.

AAA has added recruitment consultants Eilidh Walker and Mark Mortensen to strengthen its existing capability and support administrator Deanna McDougall.

Scott Leonard, associate director at AAA, said: “We're delighted to add Eilidh, Mark and Deanna to the team. All three bring additional capabilities, and fit with our culture of providing a flexible and proactive service to our clients.

“As one of the largest recruitment companies in Aberdeen with over 45 years' experience, we are uniquely placed to focus on growth as we slowly but surely emerge from what has been a very challenging time for our city.

“We have already strengthened our engineering recruitment offering with the acquisition of Infinity Resources in April 2016 and have not ruled out further acquisitions.”

AAA and Infinity Resources provide recruitment services for a large number of disciplines, across the leadership, operations and business support functions.  These include, senior executives, frontline operations and project resources in the subsea, topsides, HSEQ areas as well as finance, HR, IT and commercial

AAA is owned by the Sword Group which operates in more than 50 companies with an annual turnover in excess of £145m.



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