DM Hall goes for gender balance in recruiting nine new graduate surveyors for nine of its offices throughout Scotland
DM Hall, one of Scotland’s largest independent firms of chartered surveyors, has recruited nine new graduate surveyors for nine of its offices throughout Scotland. The group, five women and four men, will focus mainly on residential property surveying with one dedicated to the commercial property sector.
They are: Hannah Sime, who will operate from the firm’s Kirkcaldy office; William Humphries, Oban; Amelia Rogers, Aberdeen; Leanne Saunders, Dunfermline; Margaret McDowall, Hamilton; Graham Wilson, Musselburgh; Jack Chinery, Dundee; Vanessa Harris, Cumbernauld, and Oliver Lawson, Edinburgh Commercial.
DM Hall’s Senior Partner, John Albiston, said: “We are a highly progressive professional firm seeking to move our recruitment policy quite decisively towards gender parity.
“The nine young people we have hired across our Scottish offices represent the future of our profession. It is exciting to be part of their career journey and gratifying that they trust us with that responsibility. We congratulate them on choosing DM Hall and trust that they will prosper and thrive, both personally and professionally within our firm.”
DM Hall’s Managing Partner, Eric Curran said: “These nine new appointees are a direct reflection of our confidence in Scotland’s property market. We believe strongly in investing consistently in the future success and development of our firm. Graduates bring a new vitality to the firm and it gives us the opportunity to mould them to our vision with our ethics and ethos.”