Movers and Shakers in Corporate Scotland





Change Recruitment Group has made announced a series of senior hires and promotions.

The Glasgow-based firm has promoted Brian Burnett from financial controller to head of finance, and Dean Durrant from senior to principal consultant.

The company has also appointed as two managing consultants, Lynne Strang and Clare Brennan.

The appointments come as the 65-strong firm aims to grow its headcount by 20-25 per cent, move into new markets and expand its Edinburgh premises in the coming year.

Group managing director Mark McFall said: “This year our focus is all about growth and transformation and guaranteeing a better client and candidate experience.

“We are positioned as the listening partner our clients turn to time and again as they return to growth.”

Scottish recruitment firm Eden Scott strengthens its directorate by hiring Ian Grant.

Mr Grant joins from Search Consultancy, where he was director of engineering services and IT.

With nearly two decades of recruitment sector experience, he has been tasked with building fee income and brand presence across professional services and high tech markets in his new role.

Eden Scott co-founder Guy Martin said: “As the Scottish recruitment market continues to rapidly evolve, it is important that we have the right leadership at the helm to accelerate our growth in the west of Scotland. Ian is a superb addition to our Glasgow team and the perfect person to build Eden Scott’s presence and brand in the region, whilst also bringing his business expertise to bear on other parts of the Eden Scott company.”

“Together I am confident that we will continue Eden Scott’s success throughout Scotland”.

Property firm CKD Galbraith has announced several promotions as it looks to strength its presence across Scotland.

The company has promoted Peter Scott Aiton to partner at its building surveying department in Edinburgh. At 30, is the youngest member of staff to reach partner level in the firm.

Several staff have also been promoted to associate across its operations in Stirling, Edinburgh and Perth, namely David Clarke, Jill Gayford, Charlotte Lane and Nick Morgan.

Meanwhile, the firm has announced the departure of partner Edward Holt, who has retired from its commercial management department.

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Originally Published: 18.05.2015