Moore Stephens Launches Shipping Recruitment Service

Wednesday, January 09, 2002
Leading shipping accountant and business consultant Moore Stephens has launched a recruitment consultancy and placement service to match jobs and people related to finance and shipping. "We know the shipping industry, we know the financial world, and we regularly advise on employee benefit structures, so our clients can benefit from our ability to match the right people to the right jobs, with the right conditions," says Chris Chasty, head of Moore Stephens' shipping group.

Moore Stephens will find suitable candidates for finance-related positions within all sectors of the shipping industry for a fixed fee. "This is a straightforward service, combining advice on the right type of person, the right conditions of service, and finding the right person to meet the employer's needs," explains Chasty. "We have recently filled a number of senior positions with shipping companies, and we are confident we can use our extensive knowledge and contacts within our specialist markets to help clients resource the staff they need cost-effectively."

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