GAAPweb appoints Account Director

GAAPweb, the UK’s specialist jobsite for accounting & finance professionals, has appointed Dave Amos as a new Account Director.

Dave has worked at Trinity Mirror since October 2006, in the capacity of Corporate Sales Manager for market-leading Secretarial and Office support website www.secsinthecity.com.

Dave joins GAAPweb at a key point in its development; GAAP web has just launched a CV database, which will allow candidates seeking employment to upload their CV offering them exposure to a vast range of clients.

He said: “I am really excited to be joining a fantastic site like GAAPweb at such a pivotal time in their development. I aim to use the experience I’ve gained in over 20 years of working in a variety of media to help GAAPweb continue to deliver their trademark industry-leading customer service whilst also monetising their new and existing products.”

Dave’s role is to both establish and strengthen relationships with key clientele, ensuring they receive the utmost level of service whilst taking responsibility for the recruitment consultancy sector.

Iain Wills, GAAPweb’s Sales Director said: “I'm delighted to welcome Dave to GAAPweb. He has a wealth of experience across the various client types that we work with - recruitment consultancies, direct clients and advertising agencies - and is therefore ideally placed to help us to continue to deliver smart, tailored solutions for clients with a variety of requirements.”

ENDS

Notes to editors:

GAAPweb, acquired by Trinity Mirror in 2005, is the UK's leading specialist jobsite for accounting and finance professionals. We reach over 90,000 specialist candidates each month and send over 29,000 job alerts every day to people who know we understand the sector. GAAPweb have more than 2,000 clients, ranging from the very largest to the smallest businesses in the UK, from all industry sectors, complemented 7,500 recruitment consultants who also choose GAAPweb to recruit for their clients roles.

www.gaapweb.com

Published on: 12:00AM on 1st November 2007