“We have an unwavering passion to provide the best recruitment solutions.”
“Honesty, simplicity, and experience make a powerful combination for success.”
“Recruitment is not a science and every appointment is unique, we tailor our service to match every situation.”
“We have an unwavering passion to provide the best recruitment solutions.”
“Honesty, simplicity, and experience make a powerful combination for success.”
“Recruitment is not a science and every appointment is unique, we tailor our service to match every situation.”
Angie Atkinson
Director
Having specialised in Finance and Accountancy recruitment since 2004, Angie Atkinson has gained skills and valuable knowledge of the Accountancy market. Angie’s approach to recruitment is simple: listen and always do what you say you will do. From her experience, this combination works well for both client and candidate. Honesty, simplicity and knowledge make for a powerful combination for success. Angie has a unique passion and talent for understanding people on a personal level which helps her connect personalities, not just skill sets. When Angie is not working hard in the office you will no doubt find her cycling around the Norfolk and Suffolk coastline, or spending precious and fulfilling time with her family.
Graham Moss
Director
Since starting his career in recruitment in 2007 Graham Moss has been passionate about understanding the intricacies of the accounting profession. Whether the role is at the start of a career or operating at board level, the impact of a great recruit is there for all to see. Graham is focused and determined to connect the requirements of both his clients and candidates, on a personal and technical level. Finance and Accountancy recruitment is not a science, but Graham believes that communicating with honesty and integrity will always lead to successful appointments. Away from the office, you will find Graham on a football pitch or on the golf course, showing little skill in either pursuit.
Claire Pitt
Recruitment Manager
Claire started her recruitment career in 2003 predominantly specialising in professional office support covering both temporary and permanent appointments. She thrives on building long-term relationships with clients and candidates and enjoys really getting to know about the people she is working with beyond a job spec or CV.  Claire is open, transparent and honest in her approach and will go the extra mile to make sure her clients receive the best service possible. Outside of work she loves long beach walks with her family and dog, usually followed by a good pub lunch and (maybe!) a glass of wine. Claire also has a Diploma in Interior Design and will find any excuse to re-design any room in her house, much to her husband’s despair!
Rita
Office Manager
Rita has asked us to speak on her behalf, as she is too busy to write a profile. Apparently, she has her paws full making sure the Atkinson Moss team have the perfect work space to provide the best recruitment solutions.

If you would like to speak to us we would love to hear from you.

You can call us on 01603 319050 or email enquiries@atkinsonmoss.co.uk

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No recruitment process is the same, every one of our clients has a unique story to tell, and we want to hear it.

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St Georges Works,
Colegate,
Norwich NR3 1DD

01603 319050
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