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Diane Turnbull

Following the launch of its Scottish Business Forum earlier this year, The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has appointed Diane Turnbull as Members Relations Manager for Scotland. This new post was created to provide permanent, dedicated support for APSCo’s growing number of Scottish members.

Diane is based in Glasgow and has spent many years working in the recruitment sector in Scotland. Her role is focused on engaging with members to ensure they make the most of their APSCo membership and building relationships with firms that are interested in joining.

Commenting on the appointment, Ann Swain, CEO of APSCo, said:

“The latest Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs, compiled from responses taken from around 100 recruitment agencies, shows that demand for both permanent and temporary staff in the country is climbing. Against this backdrop, Diane’s appointment is another demonstration of APSCo’s long-term commitment to the Scottish professional recruitment sector and will mean that future services and events in the area can be developed with an even greater understanding of local issues and priorities. I look forward to working together to deliver the level of excellence that our members have come to expect.”

Commenting on her new role, Diane said:

“With over 17 year’s experience in the recruitment profession, working for both Reed Consulting and Hays, I have a passion for the sector and a strong network in the field. I’m looking forward to building new relationships within the Scottish recruitment profession and supporting enquires from firms that wish to explore APSCo’s services and take a more active role in our community.”

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