POWER PART TIME 50: Last chance to enter

Entries for the fifth annual Power Part Time awards close on Thursday so don't miss your chance to be recognised as a part-time hero.

by Andrew Saunders
Last Updated: 19 Sep 2016

Are you a power part-timer? Do you know one? Enter the fifth annual Power Part Time 50 here

Entries for the Power Part Time 50 MT close on Thursday 22 Sept, so there's no time to lose getting your nomination in. Here's an inspiring trio of professionals from last year's list to help you along, all of whom prove that flexible working is no bar to career success.


Works: 4 days a week

Bailey leads Accenture Digital for the UK and Ireland. This is Accenture’s fastest growing practice and critical to the firm’s growth strategy. Bailey represents Digital on the UK & Ireland Executive Committee, working as part of the geographic leadership team to shape the UKI business. Bailey moved to a part time flexible working pattern following the birth of her first child and continued with it after having twins 3 years later. This has not prevented her from taking on increasingly large leadership roles which she balances with client work. She was promoted in 2013 before being asked to take on her current role in 2014. Working four days a week enables Bailey to spend more quality time with her three young children and elderly parents.


Works: 4 days a week

Price’s role is within the Bank of England’s Legal Directorate, which performs wide-ranging legal advisory and support services for the Bank and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), working closely with business areas on a wide range of key UK and international issues. He provides professional leadership to the legal team and support to key stakeholders throughout the Bank and PRA, and is responsible for leading a team of 18 lawyers. He moved to part time working in 2007 just before the financial crisis, when he supported the then Financial Services Authority (FSA) whilst working four days a week. Price works part time in order to share childcare responsibilities for his two children, with his wife.


Works: 4 days a week
An equity partner in Deloitte’s corporate tax practice, Ingham specialises in serving large multinational clients; she leads a team that helps UK listed businesses with their tax affairs. She is also Deloitte’s talent lead for Reading and Southampton business tax practice and performs a central role in key firm initiatives, including developing its market strategy for the FTSE 250. Additionally, Ingham helped to launch Deloitte’s new Tax Analyst Graduate Academy. She was promoted to equity partner in June 2015 on a part time basis. She has worked part time since returning from her first maternity leave in 2010, enabling her to spend time with her family and fit in her love for eventing horses.

Are you a power part-timer? Do you know one? Enter the fifth annual Power Part Time 50 here


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