NORTH Yorkshire-based baler provider Riverside Waste Machinery has recruited Mic Harrison as lead service engineer.

With a varied career, he initially trained to become a Navy marine mechanic at HMS Sultan, Plymouth, where he remained for five years. He has gone on to enjoy a number of engineering roles, working on a wide array of technical equipment.

As part of his new role, Mr Harrison’s responsibilities will include the installation and commissioning of Riverside’s balers and compactors; reading and interpreting engineer drawings for more complex projects; repairing, servicing and reporting on the operational effectiveness of client machines, as well as delivering staff training.

WORLD leading cable cleat manufacturer, Ellis has expanded its export sales team by appointing Jennifer Dent as export sales administrator.

Ms Dent, who had previously worked in an export role for Vision Alert and in a sales support role for BMW, joins a team that is responsible for the sales and shipment of the North Yorkshire company’s cable cleats to more than 35 different countries via a network of local distributors.

YORKSHIRE law firm Ware & Kay has strengthened its commercial property team with the appointment of Rachel Jones.

Miss Jones, who studied law at the University of York, joins as a specialist Paralegal in the Commercial Property team. She will be based at the York office.

Director and head of Commercial Property, David Hyams, said: “We are delighted to welcome Rachel to Ware & Kay.

“We have grown our client base and consequently our team as we continue to provide excellent commercial property advice to our clients.”