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Media Release: New Zealand Institute of Surveyors (NZIS)

Media Release: New Zealand Institute of Surveyors (NZIS)

08 November 2012

New Zealand Institute of Surveyors Appoints New Chief Executive

NZIS President, Andrew Stirling is delighted to announce that Hadyn Smith has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the Institute. Up until recently, Hadyn was the CEO of Land Search and Rescue New Zealand (LandSAR) and in recent months he has been doing some business consulting work in Wellington. He has also been spending time working on the Alex Moore Park “Sportville” Development where he is Chairman of the Board.

Hadyn’s early career included time with the Export Institute of NZ, Manawatu Rugby Union and NZ Police. He has undertaken Massey University business studies in Business Communications.

Hadyn brings strong financial management, leadership and relationship building skills to the Institute along with solid experience leading and managing not-for-profit organisations. He is thrilled to take up the position and is looking forward to helping NZIS bring in a new governance structure. He sees it as an exciting opportunity to get involved at the start of some challenging changes that will be implemented over the next two years.

Haydn started his role at the Institute’s National Office in Wellington Monday 5 November.


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