Sunday, July 12, 2020

Stirlin expands management team

Lincoln-based Stirlin Developments has expanded its management team by welcoming a new member of staff, James Karran, as Procurement Manager.

With an increasing number of developments on the horizon, the position of Procurement Manager plays a vital role in supporting Stirlin’s ongoing business growth strategy.

As Procurement Manager, James is responsible for developing and implementing strategies for procuring, storing, and distributing materials and maintaining stock levels, ensuring the company is working to budgets and operating profitably.

James brings with him over 20 years’ experience within the building merchant industry, specialising in implementing structures for a clear and transparent procurement process.

James Karran says: “I’m thrilled to join the team at Stirlin and bring my experience of the construction marketplace to the company. I understand the importance of quality products and services and I’m looking forward to using my skills to improve systems in order to provide an excellent service for Stirlin and the end client.”

James Kirby, Managing Director of Stirlin, said: “We are delighted to welcome James Karran to the team. We’ve been in the process of recruiting an experienced candidate for the role for several months and we are certain that James is the best fit for this important position.

“Upon meeting him in the new year, we knew immediately that he had the right character for the team and all of the right attributes and skills to make a positive impact on our construction activities and assist the company with our ongoing development and progression.”

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