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Nine people join Carter Jonas Oxford as part of recruitment drive

PUBLISHED: 13:36 23 July 2013 | UPDATED: 13:37 23 July 2013

Johanna Hooley, New Homes Sales Manager at Carter Jonas Oxford

Johanna Hooley, New Homes Sales Manager at Carter Jonas Oxford


Carter Jonas’ Oxford office has continued its recruitment drive with the appointment of nine people.

In its New Homes’ team, Johanna Hooley has joined as new homes sales manager, and Michelle Milligan as new homes sales coordinator, both from Savills.

In its Residential Lettings team, Oliver Reid has joined as lettings negotiator from Hamptons International, and Rebecca Walters as lettings coordinator.

Samantha Ellis has joined as contract manager in the Public Sector team. Ross Kent has relocated from Carter Jonas’ Northampton office to focus on the Cotswolds’ rural market, and Peter Wyld, a graduate building surveyor and energy specialist, has relocated from Carter Jonas’ Peterborough office.

Emily Haile has joined Infrastructures and Nikki Watkins Architecture and Building Consultancy, both as administrators.

Mark Charter, head of Carter Jonas’ Oxford office says, “We continue to attract excellent people to join our exceptional teams as part of our recruitment drive. Our full service office, in the heart of Summertown, totals more than 70 people and we are still growing as our clients continue to demand the best possible service.”


• For further information, please contact:

Mark Charter Head of Carter Jonas’ Oxford

01865 404 406

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