“Be committed to the process, without being emotionally attached to the result.”

Our highly experienced Corporate Services team understand the importance of ensuring operational proficiency across finance and HR within the Public Sector. This is why the team here at Baltimore Consulting work directly with organisations, to develop and support their internal corporate services functions, specifically within business critical areas. Whether that be managing finances, developing workforce strategies, realising cost efficiencies or transforming workplaces and improving the people culture, we can always find a solution.

As a division, we have core sector experts within the following areas:

Human Resources

From Organisational redesign to Generalist HR services, we cover all areas that reside within a HR Team at Manager level and above. Our thorough qualification of our clients’ needs ensure that we provide the best candidates to match to our client’s requirements.


From Year End Accounting to Strategic Finance, we work with Qualified finance professionals and organisations to provide highly proficient accounting specialists. These specialists are crucial to our clients, managing regulatory processes through to financial budgeting and cost management in order to ensure that either budget allocation is being adhered too or financial savings are being met.

For more information or to register with us, please contact our dedicated Corporate Services Team on 0117 313 7110 or email cs@baltimoreconsultingltd.com. Our market and sector knowledge will ensure that whether you are looking for your next opportunity or you are currently seeking exceptional new talent, we will represent and assist you in the most solutions focussed manner.

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