Welcoming a new member to our team
With our business growing significantly in 2017, earlier this month we welcomed a new Office Manager, Naomi Nunan, to our team who will ensure the Clarity office runs smoothly and efficiently.
Responsible for managing our office policies and procedures, HR, meeting and diary management, Naomi will also provide essential support to our finance department and IT systems.
Naomi’s background is in accountancy. Completing an Accountancy and Finance degree at Brighton University, Naomi went on to work for Coopers & Lybrand (now Price Waterhouse Coopers) for 10 years, where she qualified as a Chartered Accountant. Promoted to a Senior Manager role within the Learning and Development department, Naomi led a project for the redesign of the learning programme for graduates joining the newly merged firm.
Most recently, Naomi spent four years working as a Practice Manager for a local firm of Accountants, where she had a range of responsibilities, from HR to IT systems. During this time she saw the company grow from 30 to 50 staff members, implemented a new feedback and appraisal system as well as making the office as paperless as possible.
With this wealth of experience, we are certain that Naomi is going to be a huge asset to our team.
Outside of the office, Naomi leads an active life. Aside from looking after her two teenage children, two years ago Naomi started playing netball and, despite hardly playing at school, she is now hooked and plays in three different leagues as a Goalkeeper. Naomi has also volunteered with the Brighton Marathon for the last two years, working on a water station, where she enjoys watching the dedicated runners who are “mad enough to give it a go”.
“I am so excited to join the Clarity team, everyone has been so friendly and welcoming. It’s a great time to join the business; it has clear plans for future growth in a sector that makes a difference to the environment. I am looking forward to taking on the running of the office to let the rest of the team continue to focus on giving our clients great customer service”
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