One of Cornwall’s fastest growing companies has just completed a programme of appointments to provide training opportunities across its business.
The Electronic Waste Company will be developing the new staff in key areas including sales, online presence, finance, IT and its central business operation, recycling.
In total, eight new jobs have been created in two locations in Cornwall and at the company’s third depot in Bristol.
CEO, Damian Lambkin, commented: “This is the biggest single expansion in staff numbers since the company began, and provides a strong foundation for our future growth. All eight are extremely bright, committed and enthusiastic; they’re fantastic additions to the team and will be able to grow with the company.”
Two of the new roles have been created under the Unlocking Cornish Potential.
Account manager Phil Burgess will look after the company’s many corporate customers, while Steve Buzby will develop intranet software to help improve the efficiency of the company’s operations.
The new appointments have lead to a restructuring of other roles in the company, including the appointment of a new general manager, James Garland, and the promotion of Nathan Perring to UK transport supervisor.