Movers & Shakers – August 2009…
Mark Kinvig has joined the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) as State Highways Manager. In this role Mark will be responsible for managing the operations & project work for Hawke’s Bay’s State Highway network. Mark will be based at their Regional Office in Napier. Mark was previously with Hastings District Council (HDC) in the role of Alliance Manger where he was responsible for the delivery of HDC’s infrastructure projects.
In addition, Brendan James has joined Clark Products Ltd in the role of General Manager. Clark Products offer a comprehensive range of cleaning products and industrial chemicals to customers throughout New Zealand. Brendan was formerly the Group Accountant for their parent company, Aquiline Holdings Ltd and prior to this held senior finance roles in companies such as Pricewaterhouse Coopers, NZ Golf Association and WHK Group.
Stephen and Natalie Pepping have returned to Hawke’s Bay and have secured roles with local organisations. Stephen Pepping has a background in project engineering, tendering and management, as well as control panel system design. He has joined the team at The Tech Group, adding significant experience in these areas. Natalie Pepping has most recently been Madison Recruitment in Auckland and has joined the team at Cape Kidnappers in a finance role.
Carley Glock has joined Matthew Lawson and Blair Robinson as Practice Manager in the recently established legal business Lawson Robinson Ltd. Based in their Napier offices, Carley is responsible for the establishment and ongoing management of the systems and procedures for the business, including the areas of IT, finance and administration. Carley brings a wealth of recent and relevant experience to the role, including her last position as Practice Manager at Langley Twigg.