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Creditfix to double sales team headcount in Carlisle

Paul Mason

A leading UK insolvency firm is set to double its staff count in Carlisle, as it sets sights on expansion in the city after a successful 12 months.

Creditfix, the UK’s largest personal insolvency practice, is searching for twelve customer account managers to join its already established team to help drive the business forward.

To date, the organisation has helped more than 141,000 Brits manage their debts. Since establishing in 2007, Creditfix has grown from strength to strength, with its offices in Carlisle central to success.

Paul Mason, CEO of Creditfix said: “We’re delighted to bring new recruitment opportunities to Carlisle, since opening our office seven years ago we’ve seen the company continue to grow and develop across all of our UK sites. This recruitment drive is an exciting opportunity for candidates with a desire to help people regain control of their finances.

“Breaking down the stigma surrounding debt is a huge part of what we do and we’re looking for people who are keen to start the conversation about financial impairment to offer support.”

The company recently ranked amongst the UK’s top employers, being named in The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For 2019.

The award was based on anonymous feedback from a survey of the company’s 428 employees across its offices across Glasgow, Manchester and Carlisle, measuring key factors such as well-being, pay and staff benefits.

Paul added: “Our employees are our biggest asset at Creditfix and are a testament to the successful running of the business, so I am really excited to find some more talented individuals to join the team.”

Creditfix specialises in IVAs (Individual Voluntary Arrangements) which it supplies to individuals across the UK that are struggling financially, to help them better manage their unsecured debts.

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