Dawson & Sanderson expands team as it looks to the future
The team at Dawson & Sanderson has recently undergone an exciting transformation, introducing brand new roles and restructuring the existing team to focus on growth and the future of travel.
The company has introduced an improved management structure, bringing together new and existing team members and a brand-new regional management team.
The restructure sees Abbie Harmison take the role of Digital Sales Team Leader, Mark Murphy introduced as Head of Design and Marketing, and Mark Hutton take the position of Head of IT and Business Support.
The expanding company has created three new roles, including two Regional Managers and one General Manager, allowing them to drive the business forward, offer more comprehensive support, and increase internal progression opportunities.
Donna Jobling, the previous Head of Operations, has been appointed in one of the Regional Managers' roles. With previous management experience, Donna will oversee the Dawson & Sanderson retail branches, supporting branch managers and working to make each outlet as efficient as possible.
Previous Sunderland Branch Manager Amanda Allen, who has worked with the company for over 18 years, has also been appointed as a Regional Manager. With seven years of managerial experience, Amanda is passionate about driving improvement and is focusing on driving process improvement within the company. Along with Donna, Amanda will visit branches across the region, helping teams to collaborate and work as one.
The previous General Manager of IT & Training role has been revised, with Julie Cloe focusing solely on ensuring all branches operate consistently in line with company standards and industry regulations. Julie will oversee process procedures and identify and provide the relevant training programmes to support every Dawson & Sanderson team member.
Exciting times lay ahead for the Dawson & Sanderson team as the business restructures to create outstanding domestic and business travel experiences for customers across the North of England.