NAS Recruitment Communications Names James Walker Interactive Strategist

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NAS Recruitment Communications, a recruitment advertising and consulting practice with expertise in building successful employment brands and recruitment strategies, has named James Walker as its Interactive Strategist.

It's exciting to be a part of the NAS team

NAS Recruitment Communications, a recruitment advertising and consulting practice with expertise in building successful employment brands and recruitment strategies, has named James Walker as its Interactive Strategist.

In his new role with NAS, Walker will consult with clients nationwide to help them develop and effectively leverage online and social media, analytics, advertising, marketing and web design. He will also represent NAS' digital capabilities in business presentations and other venues.

"It's exciting to be a part of the NAS team," Walker said. "I look forward to creating meaningful and engaging strategy that will further add gloss to our already attractive clients."

Walker brings more than a decade of experience in disciplines that include marketing, recruitment, brand development and design. The NAS Interactive Strategist is a graduate of the University of Technology, Sydney, in New South Wales, Australia, where he earned a Bachelor of Industrial Design with First Class Honours.

"James will be a great asset to our team," said Patty Van Leer, NAS Executive Vice President, Creative & Interactive Services. "His extensive background in the development of experiential brands, as well as his work with large companies in the global marketplace, will be invaluable as our industry continues to evolve."

NAS Recruitment Communications, an agency of McCann Worldgroup, delivers innovative strategies and superior solutions for online and offline candidate engagement, as well as expertise in career site analysis and development, onboarding, employee communications and HR metrics.

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