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New Principal Consultant Joins Kerridge &Partners

New Principal Consultant Joins Kerridge &Partners


Auckland, 24 June 2014 – Leadership advisory business Kerridge & Partners today announced the appointment of executive search and recruitment specialist Oliver Hawkley as Principal Consultant.

Hawkley is the second principal consultant to be appointed by the company this year, reflecting growth in the Kerridge & Partners business and overall market activity as the New Zealand economy continues to recover.

Most recently employed as General Manager NZ for Parker Bridge Recruitment, where he enjoyed a tenure of more than eight years, Hawkley brings a wealth of experience as a senior recruitment specialist. He started his career in the UK with temporary recruitment specialist Venn Group.

In this newly-created position, Mr Hawkley will play a senior role in Kerridge & Partners’ executive search practice. He brings deep New Zealand experience and connections to business, and particular expertise in the areas of financial services and accountancy.

Hawkley was educated in the United Kingdom and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of Exeter. He migrated to New Zealand in late 2005.

Peter Kerridge, Partner, says that Oliver will be a great addition to the team.

“We are fortunate to have attracted a candidate with outstanding experience and connections. Oliver joins a leading team of search specialists that have one of the best track records in the market, and proven and benchmarked service levels. We are thrilled to have Oliver on board and look forward to introducing him to our clients.”

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