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PC appoints 3 new team members!

Following our recent relocation to Blackburn’s award-winning offices; One Cathedral Square, we are thrilled to have appointed 3 new team members to the PC team!

Chris Porter joins the team as Commercial Head of Safeguarding and is responsible for growing our portfolio of clients by creating, promoting and implementing safeguarding cultures across corporate organisations in the UK.

Prior to joining us, Chris spent several years working as a sales Team Leader within the technology industry before taking up a role as Commercial 

Director at a textile company, importing products from all over the world to serve the UK hospitality industry.

Alongside Chris, we welcome Chloe Hollister, who joins our fast-paced Taxi Licensing department delivering TaxiPlus, assisting in streamlining licensing processes for authorities whilst assisting drivers to obtain a taxi badge as well as equipping them with the much needed knowledge to safeguard towns and cities.

In addition to our 3 fantastic apprentices across the business, we have recently recruited a 4th in Kevin Whatmough, who joins us after nearly 3 years working in the hospitality industry.

Currently, 3 of our 8 Senior Leaders within Personnel Checks joined us as Apprentices, demonstrating the huge investment and focus we put into the young people of Lancashire.

Our Director, Jack Mellor said:

“I’m absolutely delighted to welcome Chloe, Chris and Kevin to our team. Not only do they bring their ideas and experience from a wealth of different industries and backgrounds, they have all bought into our common company vision and values.

At Personnel Checks we are on a mission to safeguard society by growing into the country’s leading safeguarding company. The appointment of Chris, Chloe and Kevin is a confident step forward on that quest.”

We are delighted to welcome the new team members and see them settling in so well to our family business. Keep on top of all the updates regarding the PC team by following us on Twitter.

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