Security, CCTV and cleaning services provider, Servo Group has appointed Iain Warburton, Elly Carritt-Gurney and Kylie Cook to its Head Office team.
Warburton has been brought in as Divisional Manager, working with Claire Gabites to grow and expand Servo’s cleaning division.
He joins Servo with years of experience in facilities management and national sales, having held previous management positions at ProForce and Prime Secure.
Elly Carritt-Gurney has joined Servo as Bid Writer, with the aim of boosting the firm’s capacity to bid for major, multi-year contracts.
She has a strong bid writing background, having previously carried out roles at Kings’ security and bid writing agency Bidboss.
Servo has also recruited Kylie Cook to its team as Business Development Manager, taking responsibility for growing the multi-service providers’ presence in the Midlands.
She also joins Servo with a strong, diverse sales background across a range of sectors, having previously held positions at Close Brothers and TNT.
To boost its operational capacity, Servo has also recruited Jason Myers as Regional Supervisor, and Callum Smith as CCTV engineer, enhancing its capacity for CCTV and systems installations.
“It’s a really exciting start to the New Year for us with lots of incredible opportunities in the pipeline,” said Nina Brooks, Group Sales Director.
“I’m confident that with all their combined experience and expertise, our new members of the team are going to make a significant contribution to our continued growth, helping to make 2024 our most successful year yet.”
Servo Group, which celebrated its tenth anniversary in December, has enjoyed growth in the past decade.
It now employs over 1,300 operatives all around the UK, with more than 40 staff based at its current head office in Leeds.
It works with some major national clients, including Orsted Energy, Network Rail, Conrad Energy and Kier Group.
In the past 12 months, Servo has opened three further regional offices, aside from its Leeds headquarters, including a new Scottish base in Glasgow and it is targeting a £22 million turnover in the next 12 months.