Saturday, January 22, 2022

Redbrik promote Jessica Risorto to Director

Award-winning South Yorkshire and North East Derbyshire Estate Agents, Redbrik has promoted Jessica Risorto to Director as it looks to develop a greater diversity of skills amongst the senior management team.

Since joining the property firm in 2015, Jessica has continually delivered and grown in every position within the sales department. Most recently, she held the position of Area Manager in Chesterfield, which she will continue to lead on.

Jessica will join Managing Director Mark Ross and Directors David Cooper and Peter Lee as a member of Redbrik’s board of directors.

Mark Ross said: “Jessica has been with us for six years, and in that time, has gained a wealth of knowledge which we believe she will apply to her new role. David, Peter and I are thrilled that she will be supporting us with the delivery of strategic plans in 2022 and beyond.”

Jessica Risorto added: “I would like to say thank you to Mark, David and Peter for giving me this fantastic opportunity to help shape the future of the business. Coming from a hospitality background, prior to joining Redbrik, I understand the importance of exceptional customer service. I’m excited to bring this and many new ideas across the entire organisation.”

Redbrik has also announced that Laura Molloy has been promoted to Area Manager for the Crystal Peaks branch, after previously working as Sales Manager and then most recently Assistant Manager in Chesterfield.

A newly created position of Head of Residential Sales will be held by David Cooper. As well as his role in managing the South West Sheffield branch and Director duties, David will oversee the residential property sales operations of the business. This will involve facilitating an enhanced property sales service for home movers.

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