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New Appointments At Reed Recruitment


New Appointments At Reed Recruitment

Reed Recruitment is pleased to announce two new appointments to their Auckland office.

Kathy Harris takes on the role of Manager Customer Service, Telemarketing, and Account Management, and Treena Hunter has been appointed Systems Manager.

General Manager of Reed Recruitment, Jim Burke, says the two new appointments are testament to Reed’s rate of growth, and its new strategic direction.

Kathy joined Reed Recruitment on November 11, and is responsible for specialist call centre and telemarketing staff requirements in Reed Recruitment’s Head Office in Newmarket, Auckland.

Kathy brings a wealth of experience and contacts to the company, with over sixteen years in various telemarketing and recruiting roles.

Previous experience includes as Computer Consumables Manager for Wang NZ, Customer Service and Telemarketing Manager for Corporate Express, and most recently Telemarketing and Help Desk Manager for Laser Plus.

Treena joins the Reed Recruitment team from Crown Relocations where she worked alongside the corporate services team as account coordinator and systems support.

She will be responsible for providing Reed Recruitment with its overall computer systems support services.


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