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Finders Keepers imageChampagne corks were popping at Oxford based Finders Keepers as 12 members of staff gained NFoPP Level 3 qualifications, 12 other members of staff were promoted and five received awards for long service.

Finders Keepers encourages staff to gain NFoPP qualifications, organising tutoring sessions and giving study leave. Currently, 95 per cent of Finders Keepers staff have an NFoPP qualification. Recently, 12 members of staff, Maxine Allington; Maria Byrne, Wesley Carney, Jenny Heys, Ceri Holmes, Spencer Lawes, Dawn Lynch, Richard Matthews, Fiona Pugh, Pippa Siret-Godfrey, Rachel Thraves and Stephanie Ward, passed the Level 3 qualifications.

Finders Keepers imageIn the recent promotions, Maria Byrne in Abingdon; Chris Cox in Central Oxford and Issy McCarthy in East Oxford all became Letting Department Managers. Emma Barron-Malone is Corporate Property Manager in North Oxford; Alec Bayford is Senior Student Portfolio Manager in the Student Letting division and Stacey Gough is Senior Letting Specialist in Abingdon. Eleanor Madeley is Senior Property Manager in North Oxford while Jenny Heys steps up to become Property Manager. Pippa Siret- Godfrey is now Letting Specialist in North Oxford while her colleague Rosie Marsden- Smedley becomes a Letting Assistant. In the admin team, Tracey Wheeler has been promoted to Business Intelligence Manager and Annie Stubley is now Client Accounts Manager.

Meanwhile, Chris Cox, Claire Hadland and Charles Saunders were recognised for their five years of service to Finders Keepers; Mark Cairns for 10 years and Kate Rutherford for 15 years.

“We’re very proud of our team for their achievements,” says Dan Channer, MD. “We set very high standards but our team meets and exceeds them.”

September 22, 2016

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