NEW jobs have been created at a growing Worcestershire IT firm.

Four new jobs have been created at an expanding county IT and business software provide Minster Micro Computers Ltd.

The Kidderminster company has welcomed the new staff into the sales, administration, finance and human resources to help meet demand on the back of ongoing contract wins, and a sustained period of growth.

Emily Gaden has joined the Worcester Road-based company as finance and HR assistant manager, looking after the firm’s day to day finances and leading a variety of personnel-related projects.

Paul Taylor brings 16 years’ experience in ERP system sales to his role as new business sales manager, and is joined by account manager Nathan Rowe, who’s background is in IT system sales.

The firm’s final appointment is Lynsey Tutin who joins as Minster’s sales and contract support administrator, working closely with the sales team and acting as a daily point of contact for clients.

The appointments at the company, which has also invested further in its award-winning apprenticeship scheme this year, have contributed to a 25 per cent increase in its workforce since 2014.

Susan Marlow, director at Minster, said: “It has been a really successful period for us and we want to build on our growth and expand further.

“To do that we need to recruit talented and experienced people from the local area. Emily, Paul, Nathan and Lynsey are tremendous additions to our team and have the quality and skills we need for the future.

“They are already fitting seamlessly into the business and are set to each make telling contributions in the months and years ahead.”

Minster has more than 35 years’ experience supporting businesses with their infrastructure and software. The firm also supplies payroll software, training and a variety of IT support services.