UNTHA UK strengthens HQ team

UNTHA UK has welcomed experienced administrator Liana Copeland-Tozer to the team.

Already 15 years into her career, Liana has supported a number of organisations – including York Hospital, Arnold Clark and, most recently, engineering design consultancy Sweco – with their back-office function.

Recognising the skills she has amassed from her previous positions, Liana was keen to ensure her next role would act as a real springboard for her career. So, she came for an interview at UNTHA and the job was soon hers!

She is now one of the first points of contact for new customers enquiring about our products and services, and she therefore provides a crucial interface between these businesses and our shredding experts. Utilising her organisational, process and communication expertise she also ensures the sales team have access to all of the data they need to handle queries efficiently, effectively and to the highest standards.

Commenting on Liana’s appointment, UNTHA UK’s HR manager Caroline Brown said: “We’re a fast growth business that is keen to maintain service levels, however busy we become. It is therefore crucial that we get the right people on board during periods of such expansion, especially if we’re to maintain the ISO standards we’ve worked so hard to attain.

“Liana’s CV contains everything we were looking for in this role – she is confident, articulate, personable and her attention to detail means we know that our data will always be in order. She is fast becoming one of our core ‘behind the scenes’ colleagues!”

Having quickly settled in to her new role, Liana added: “One of the key things that attracted me to the vacancy, was the extent to which I can work closely with people throughout the business. This is a friendly, innovative and forward-thinking business that I am excited to be a part of!”

If you call the office or visit our test centre over the coming weeks, please pop in and say hi!

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