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Another Prestigious Accolade For Geneva Healthcare


Another Prestigious Accolade For Geneva Healthcare


Congratulations to our Geneva Healthcare Recruitment Team and Shane King for their nomination as finalists in this year’s prestigious SEEK Annual Recruitment Awards.

Geneva Healthcare - Medium Recruitment Agency Of The Year Finalist
Shane King - Recruitment Consultant Of The Year Finalist

Another Prestigious Accolade For Geneva Healthcare

The awards celebrate innovation and excellence within the recruitment industry, recognising some of our country's finest recruitment agencies and individuals as chosen by a panel of expert judges.

Leah Garea, Human Resources Manager, says: “As the only healthcare recruitment agency in the running, and the only healthcare recruitment company to have won the Favourite Recruitment Agency award in the Specialist Large Recruiter category in the past, we are honoured to be hand picked as finalists in 2 categories this year.”

This accolade is another testament to the quality of work and dedication of every member of our Recruitment team under the leadership of its CEO, Josephine Wallis; and Recruitment Manager, Jayne Glenister. It will also be another feather in the cap in the stable of awards given to Geneva Healthcare over the years:

SARA Winner – Favourite Recruitment Agency New Zealand, Specialist Large Recruiter: 2008, 2009, 2010
SARA Legend - Specialist Large Recruiter, 2012, 2013
SARA Finalist – Excellence in Candidate Engagement, 2015

The winners will be announced on 17 November 2016. All the best to Shane and our Recruitment team!

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