BDO Greenlight have appointed four new consultants to their team signalling their growth and adding new expertise to their offering as change management specialists.
The consultants bring with them a breadth of experience to meet the expectations and needs of clients in a growing sector of Jersey’s business landscape. The new consultants are Claire Macready, Joe Smith, Jordan Egerton and Bradley Le Clercq.
BDO Greenlight Director Allam Zia said that the skills and experience brought by each of the new consultants would enhance the services that the company was able to offer its clients.
“We are continually evolving to meet the needs of the marketplace and we’re delighted to be boosting our team with these appointments. Change is the new normal and most organisations will experience it to some level. We offer capacity, capability and advice from people who understand your industry and challenges and can help you manage transitions smoothly.”
Claire joins the BDO Greenlight team from the Government of Jersey’s Health & Community Services department and brings with her an in-depth knowledge of the public sector and it’s digital and modernisation programmes.
Joe, a qualified project manager and experienced business analyst, has worked in change management in the offshore finance industry since 2012, most recently in the Isle of Man. He has been closely involved in driving banking technology projects.
Jordan is returning to Jersey following time working in London where he gained experience working for a multinational corporation which manages complex assets and infrastructure. Process improvement, project management and business analysis are core to the skills that he offers clients.
Graduate Consultant Bradley Le Clercq joins BDO Greenlight full-time having interned with the company while studying at Highlands College for his degree from the University of Plymouth in business and management.
Allam said: “We’re particularly pleased to be welcoming Bradley on a full-time contract. BDO Greenlight is keen to invest in local talent and give people the opportunity to experience the workplace while they are studying, giving them the chance to grow and develop.”