May 2021 | Sustainability bolstered by recruitment progress

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Businesses across the Bay of Plenty continue to grow in 2021. This issue features two new appointments. Please contact us if your organisation has any exciting personnel changes you would like to share.

Desirae Kirby

The Rotorua Sustainable Charter (RSC) is pleased to welcome Desirae Kirby as their new Sustainability Advisor. Formed in 1998, the RSC is an incorporated society based at APR Consultants comprising many businesses committed to sustainable outcomes and to continually improving their environmental & social performance.

Ms Kirby is a chemical engineer with a wealth of experience in the environmental research, resource management & sustainability spaces. Formerly with Oji Fibre Solutions, Ms Kirby is a past national president of Appita (the Aust & NZ Pulp & Paper Technical Association) and is currently national president of Zonta.

Paula Power

The Staffroom welcome Paula Power as their newest staff member to their team of Recruitment Consultants. Paula has spent many years working with a range of businesses developing key relationships over a range of industries including recruitment.

She is passionate about helping candidates achieve their goals within their careers and clients, to find the right solution for their recruitment need. Paula enjoys spending time with her partner and their large family of 5 girls. When she can find time, she enjoys freestyle jet skiing, riding her Yamaha pole ski in the surf at some of her favourite spots in New Zealand.

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