IFF make two senior appointments to Learning and Skills team

IFF Research have added to the recruitment of Georgina Clarke as a Director in their Financial Services team with the hiring of Claire Johnson, from Ipsos MORI, and Aoife Ni Luanaigh formerly of the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).

Claire Johnson was responsible for directing social research and evaluation across a range of employment, welfare and skills issues at Ipsos MORI. She previously worked for the Institute for Employment Research (IER) at Warwick University and the Institute for Employment Studies (IES).

Aoife Ni Luanaigh spent 7 years at UKCES and has over a decade of experience designing, conducting, and directing research and evaluation programmes. Before joining the commission, she worked as a Senior Consultant at SQW Consulting.

Claire and Aoife join IFF at an exciting time for the agency who have become one of the leading research providers in the UK working in the fields of skills, employment and graduate destinations.

IFF’s Managing Director Jan Shury commented:

“Ensuring that the UK has the right number of workers, skilled at the right level, will be critical to our ability to meet the unique challenges we are set to face in the future. IFF’s Learning and Skills research will continue to inform policy and decision making as we move ever deeper into the digital age with all that will mean for the world of work. Our aim at IFF is to attract the very best to our growing team. As our recent nomination for the MRS’s Best Place to Work award demonstrates, we strive to provide an environment that respects and accommodates each individual’s way of thinking, working and communicating and aspire to make a difference.”

IFF have been nominated for Best Place to Work at this year’s MRS Awards taking place in on the 6th December 2017.