Stockport Exchange based musicMagpie has appointed Rachel Coxon to a newly created role of Group HR and Talent Director for the company.
Rachel will be responsible for leading the people strategy and driving talent attraction and retention within the business in both the UK and US, where the brand operates under the name of Decluttr.
Rachel joins musicMagpie at a pivotal time and brings with her extensive experience in all areas of HR and Talent Management within a diverse range of sectors. Before joining musicMagpie, she was engaged in a number of senior interim roles within the technology, mobile and retail sectors and has a real commitment to employee engagement, and the attraction and development of talent.
In her new role at musicMagpie, she will be responsible for helping to develop and expand the digital and technology teams within the business as its looks to consolidate its market position of now being the UK’s biggest and best mobile phone recycler.
Commenting on her appointment, Rachel said:
“musicMagpie is embarking on its next phase of exciting growth and its people are at the heart of that plan. Driving talent is key for the business to move forwards and I’m really excited to be working with the team to deliver our people plan, making musicMagpie an even better place to work.”
Steve Oliver, CEO of musicMagpie, comments:
“We’re thrilled to have Rachel on board as part of an exceptional senior management team as we look forward to an even more exciting period of growth ahead for the company. Rachel’s passion and commitment are representative of musicMagpie’s ethos and culture and we welcome her expertise in the delivery of our HR and talent development strategy.”
musicMagpie are early adopters of the Greater Manchester Good Employment Charter launched by GM Mayor Andy Burnham last week.