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As the economy faces uncertainty over the coronavirus outbreak, South West insolvency firm looks to take on new staff.
Leading rescue and recovery experts Begbies Traynor announces the recruitment drive to expand its Exeter office, with opportunities arising at various levels, in order to advise and help businesses across the area.
Plans for new staff were already underway at the city centre company to meet the demand for services but, as coronavirus takes hold, the Southernhay branch of the firm is expecting businesses to require further support.
Partner at the Exeter office Ian Walker encourages applicants of varying levels of experience to apply.
He says: “With demand for our services continuing to grow, we are looking for staff to join our Exeter office. The outbreak of coronavirus will add to the pressures of the economy meaning businesses will need further support and advice.
“We have an opening for an experienced Senior Insolvency Administrator to undertake corporate casework as required and to provide guidance and support to less experienced members of the team as well as proactive interaction with local management as required.
“Alongside this, opportunities have arisen for professionals to develop at all levels within the sector.”
As part of Begbies Traynor Group plc, founded in 1989, the Exeter branch specialises in insolvency, covering the South West.
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