Two further key appointments at Nine Twenty as STEM-oriented recruiter sustains its growth path

Stephanie Stewart, marketing manager at Nine Twenty

RAPIDLY expanding innovative Scottish technology recruitment specialist Nine Twenty has made a further two key appointments as part of its efforts to maintain and accelerate its steep growth trajectory.

Stephanie Stewart, a highly experienced marketeer has been appointed as Marketing Manager and Neus Molina, joins Nine Twenty’s technology team as its first remote recruiter.

Stephanie’s appointment as Marketing Manager, a new role within the business, represents a key part of the company’s strategy to continue providing strong client and customer focus. As such, she will lead Nine Twenty’s marketing and communications strategy and be responsible for establishing all its marketing activities, including a drive to increase the company’s profile and its engagement with its wide-ranging audience.

Highly experienced in delivering multi-platform media campaigns, she has worked with a range of clients and agencies over the last eight years, implementing PR and communication campaigns to enable clients to build their brand awareness.

She said: “This is a very exciting move for me and a great time to be joining Nine Twenty. I am thrilled to join the team and look forward to building on the great work already being produced.

“Nine Twenty has a bright future with lots of incredible ideas and objectives on the horizon, and I am delighted to be part of this journey.”

Edinburgh-based Neus is an experienced technology sector recruiter with four years of recruitmentexperience, mainly of IT professionals in Spain. She has worked also with recruitment professionals in the industrial and automotive sectors.

She said: “I was looking for a company where I can improve upon my experience, whilst doing something that I know I am passionate about. Moving to Scotland from Spain has been a big change in my life, and I was pleased to find a company like Nine Twenty where I can feel comfortable and supported.” 

Gordon Brown, CEO of Nine Twenty, said: “Both Stephanie’s and Neus’s appointments highlight the organic growth and direction of our business, and the goals we want to achieve.

“By bringing new talent onto the team we continue to make incremental improvements in our service proposition to clients. And, in turn, by focusing on the wellbeing of our team, the inevitable outcome is more happy clients.

“We believe in standing out from the crowd, with our innovative and creative approach to the recruitment process, an important part of which is our “work from anywhere” policy. 

“Stephanie will be responsible for all of Nine Twenty’s marketing activities, while we expect Neus to play an increasingly important role in developing our technology offering.

“We wish each of them every success in their new roles.”

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