Tullamore graduate joins RBK

TULLAMORE’S Alice Heffernan is one of twelve new business graduates to join Russell Brennan Keane’s (RBK) three year CAI training programme.

TULLAMORE’S Alice Heffernan is one of twelve new business graduates to join Russell Brennan Keane’s (RBK) three year CAI training programme.

This latest initiative in the firm’s recruitment programme for 2011 brings the total new hires to twenty two new staff ranging from accounting trainees to experienced personnel over the last six months.

Embarking on a three year training programme the new business graduates will join established teams in a range of services including Audit, Taxation and Business Advisory, located across the firms’ three offices located in Dublin, Athlone and Roscommon.

Liam Rattigan, Chief Executive of Russell Brennan Keane said: “Renewal and up-skilling with the right people is a fundamental strategy for the success of our firm. Our selection process identifies individuals with the right outlook, drive and determination to succeed in a demanding and leaner business environment as the economy stabilizes and begins to reinvent itself on new business principles. For those prepared to meet the challenge, we provide a supportive open culture, the potential for a varied career path and responsibility”.

The new business graduates include: Westmeath — Kellie Harney, Athlone and Kieran Egan, Drumraney; Galway — Lindsay Newton, Ballinasloe and Stephanie Verdon, Ballyforan; Offaly — Alice Heffernan, Tullamore; Longford — Shane Merrigan, Newtowncashel and Emma Reilly, Abbeyshrule.

Dublin — Jennifer Murphy, Drumcondra and David Heelan, Glenageary; Limerick — Siobhan Cummane, Athea; Mayo — Eimear Rattigan, Claremorris; Clare — Lisa Chapman, Whitegate.