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Mesma on growth trail after Newcastle office switch

A technology firm is creating jobs after moving to a larger office.

Mesma wants software and business development staff following a switch to The Core, in Newcastle.

The recruitment drive comes after a period of substantial growth for the business, which supplies technology to colleges, universities and employment support providers to improve quality assurance processes.

However, bosses say the company – which counts the Department for Education among its clients, and recently welcomed business development apprentice Evan Simons, software developer Liam Imray and graduate marketing intern Matthew LeJeune, has further scope to expand, with national and international development plans in the pipeline.

Sally Forsyth, marketing and business development manager, said: “Additional space provides room for business growth, and for us to create opportunities for people in the North East to work in high-growth sectors.

“We have a fantastic talent pool in the region, and we’re looking for ambitious software developers and business development specialists who share our values.

“It represents the next chapter for the business, laying firm foundations as we continue to go from strength-to-strength.”