Petroplan, the global recruiter for the oil and gas industry, has appointed Stacy Edghill as Business Development Lead at its office in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Petroplan is currently experiencing an impressive growth curve that is driving investment in new locations and people. Ms Edghill aims to enhance the company’s profile significantly in local markets.
Previously Business Development Manager at Rigzone, Ms Edghill has extensive sales experience and has also worked across a variety of industry sectors. With key strengths in developing and maintaining client and candidate relationships, as well as managing commercial negotiations, Ms Edghill will focus on raising Petroplan’s profile in the Aberdeen market, and securing candidates with optimal skill sets.
Commenting on her appointment, Edghill said: “I’ve been aware of Petroplan and its services for some time, and am delighted to be joining at such an exciting phase in the company’s development. Petroplan is already a respected recruitment specialist globally. My aim is to ensure that it builds on this reputation locally. Oil and gas is a particularly vibrant sector that provides me with the opportunity to meet new people from a variety of different backgrounds all around the world, so I am looking forward to supporting Petroplan in delivering on its vision for growth.”
“The Aberdeen market is an important European centre for the energy industry and we are pleased to have secured somebody of Ms Edghill’s standing and experience to help us build on the opportunities that exist here,” said Kenny Dooley, Regional Director, Petroplan.
“Many recruitment consultants focus on a specific sector. However, Ms Edghill brings the breadth of experience and range of contacts necessary for us to focus on growing our business by promoting our entire range of services, while allowing our highly-trained recruitment teams to focus on their specialist areas and the needs of individual clients.”
Adapted from press release by Katie Woodward
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