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Senior human resource manager appointed

5 July 2004

Senior human resource manager appointed at Auckland International Airport

Auckland International Airport's senior management team has been joined by Emma Butler, appointed to the new role of senior manager - human resources.

This position reports directly to airport chief executive, Don Huse, and will focus on the human resource, industrial relations, training and remuneration responsibilities.

Huse says that the role is part of the company's ongoing development. "The creation of this new senior human resource role emphasises the company's commitment to build on its existing activities in this area, while investing further in the airport team."

Emma Butler joins Auckland International Airport Limited after holding a number of senior human resource roles at Westpac, Air New Zealand, Auckland District Health Board and most recently Weaver and Weaver.

Butler began her role at Auckland International Airport today.


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