Hortor bolsters client support team with new manager
Hortor, the global strategic resourcing consultancy with its UK headquarters in Leeds, has announced the appointment of Kirsty Stanton as Client Services Manager as it continues to deliver on its ambitious five-year plan towards becoming a £100m turnover business.
Supporting the recently appointed Client Services Director, Gill Robinson, Kirsty will become the main point of contact between Hortor employees and its growing list of clients from across the globe.
As part of her responsibilities, Kirsty will be implementing new technical solutions for managing Hotor’s supplier and client relationships and overseeing overall contractor care.
Previously holding the position of Contractor Care Administrator at Lorien Resourcing, Kirsty’s recruitment expertise means she has the skills and knowledge to support clients’ needs across the entire Hortor Group and its six offices in Leeds, London, Malaysia, Slovakia, North America and Costa Rica.
Kirsty comments: “As someone who has worked in this industry for a number of years, I’ve been aware of Hortor’s impressive growth for some time now. I was eager to pair my industry experience with such an ambitious company so when the opportunity presented itself, I jumped at it.
“As well as the varied workload, I’ve already been extremely impressed with Hortor’s positive company culture, which starts with joint CEO’s Andy Nicholson and Andy Roe. It is a fantastic place to work and I feel confident that my abilities in establishing strong client relationships can play a key part in helping the business reach the £100m turnover milestone.”
This latest appointment follows on from Hortor launching a new office in Slovakia and expanding its presence in Costa Rica, as the business further reinforces its position as a global recruiter in the digital, IT and tech sector, while also providing bespoke managed services.
Joint CEO of Hortor, Andy Roe, comments: “We’ve undergone a period of significant growth over the last 18 months, which has resulted in the expansion of our client base and workforce. Although fast growth and transitional periods can often be complex, we were determined to ensure our quality of service and standards were never compromised.
“Following on from the directorial appointment of Gill, bringing Kirsty on board further strengthens our ability to deliver complex and comprehensive briefs for our increasing list of clients as we continue our rapid growth and journey towards our £100m revenue target.”
Hortor is a specialist recruitment consultancy working with global businesses that need digital placements around the world. As well as providing access to specialists in RPA and AI, it also delivers managed services and an Employment Consultant Model (ECM) for those that require long and short-term, temporary and project-based resource.