Monday, May 23, 2022

Blueprint Interiors makes two new appointments

Specialist workplace strategy consultants and commercial office interior fit-out specialists Blueprint Interiors has boosted its back office support following the appointment of Melanie Swift as a project administrator and Rachel Preston as an accounts administrator.

Rachel, who lives in Swannington, Leicestershire has worked in accounts since leaving school and will be responsible for assisting operations director Rachel Biddles. She will be responsible for maintaining and recording the company’s financial transactions including accounts payable, accounts receivable, VAT returns and all other general accounting duties.

Melanie lives in Coalville and has previous administrative experience working in similar roles for a bicycle manufacturer, a post office and as a medical secretary for a GP Surgery.

Melanie will be responsible for the day to day admin duties including assisting with furniture quotes, working with the contracts managers and managing the ISO audits and accreditations process. She will greet people on the telephone and any visitors to WorkLife Central, the company’s HQ in Ashby de la Zouch.

Commenting on her new role, Rachel said: “The team have been so welcoming and the company has such a great work ethic and culture. It is such a relaxed, friendly environment and I am super excited to be part of the team.”

Melanie added: “I have a personal interest in interior design and attention to detail and thought the workplace atmosphere was very appealing and refreshing.”

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