Barratt Homes Yorkshire West recently celebrated its growing team by welcoming eight new sales advisers to a number of its developments. The housebuilder has also made three internal promotions, furthering its investment in employment within the region.
The new sales advisers are spread across a range of developments in the West Yorkshire region. Ben Bainbridge-Dalton is based in Royston, Tracey Morris in Meltham, Andy Wake works in Pilley, Hayley Mulrooney is situated in Cullingworth, Bradley Armstrong is based in Keighley, Joanna Longden works in Silsden, Maria Lazenby is located in Flockton and Jan Dalgliesh-Pook works in Clayton.
The housebuilder has also continued its support of current talent by promoting a number of existing team members. Jake Helm started his career with Barratt as a Sales Adviser and his hard work has seen him progress to Sales Manager. Gemma Rosindale has also been promoted to a Sales Manager position, after staring with Barratt as a Personal Assistant, whilst Kara Mallas, who joined Barratt through its prestigious Apprentice scheme, has been promoted to Part Exchange Manager.
Sam Wood, Sales Director Yorkshire West, commented: “We are so proud of the dedication that has been shown from both the new starters and existing faces at Barratt Developments. Our award-winning team is growing and we couldn’t be happier. The new team members each have fantastic skill-sets that will ensure top quality housebuilding will continue on our sites and we look forward to helping them continue to progress their careers.”
"Our award-winning team is growing and we couldnt be happier. "
Sam Wood, Sales Director Yorkshire West
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