Birmingham-based business change consultancy, Entec Si, is on track for continued growth this year with three hires across the business and further role creation on the horizon.
Entec Si has expanded its senior team with the appointment of Sue Johnson Gregory. As a principal consultant, she will work closely with Entec Si’s directors, Eman Al-Hillawi and Peter Marsden, to develop the business’ growth strategy, while also taking a lead role in the organisation’s recent progression into the health sector.
Further strengthening the firm’s project management expertise, Clare Aris joins the team as a project manager after holding a senior role within the NHS. Richard Dobson has also been appointed as a project co-ordinator, following a successful career within the financial services sector.
The company has also launched an apprenticeship programme, as part of the drive to promote the benefits of apprenticeships to young people. The scheme will expose new recruits to a variety of disciplines across the business, giving them the opportunity to find inspiration and guidance for their future career development.
Eman Al-Hillawi, principal consultant at business change consultancy Entec Si, commented:
“This is an incredibly exciting time for Entec Si. With our project portfolio continuing to grow, we’re always on the lookout for experienced project managers and business analysts to help us to continue delivering exceptional results to our clients.
“We are also committed to nurturing the next generation of business change talent, which is why we’re launching our own apprenticeship scheme. It’s a pleasure to welcome all of our new recruits into Entec Si, who I’m sure will help us to continue taking the business from strength to strength in 2019 and beyond!”
With a number of exciting projects underway this year, Entec Si is already on the hunt for new talent with opportunities for business analysts, project co-ordinators, project managers and principal consultants. For more information visit: https://entecsi.com/.
"This is an incredibly exciting time for Entec Si. "
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