Kay Clancy, Business Change Director at MLC Life, shares her insights on bringing energy and enthusiasm to business transformation projects; working as an executive contractor and the importance of having trusted recruiters in your network.
I believe when you bring people and business together in your career, you’ll never be bored! So being a professional recruiter is perfect for me. I am passionate about seeking out talented candidates to support my clients, working with great people inspires me to be the best I can be and to bring that out in others.
Things move fast in my world and I’m passionate about connecting talented finance professionals to great opportunities. Contracting or temping can be a great way to experience working in some of Australia’s best companies and learn more about yourself and your career goals along the way. Ultimately, this business is all about people and I love learning about people’s stories and backgrounds – every day brings something different and exciting.
Backed by years of experience in technology recruitment, I work closely with a growing network of project managers, PMO, portfolio managers, program managers and scrum masters. My core focus is supporting technology leaders with the talent they need to drive change and innovation projects.
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Accounting, finance and strategy recruitment specialist, Gavin McDonald shares his insights on the changing modern finance team, the rise of the CEO/CFO relationship, the importance of cross-sector experience and why a strong LinkedIn profile matters.
Commercial Executive and CFO, James Harkness, talks about diverse career choices, following his entrepreneurial spirit and why he keeps coming back to Marshall McAdam.
CIO’s increasingly having a voice in future business strategy, often tasked with bringing together fragmented programs across security, innovation, digital, cloud, managed services, data and development; into one coherent vision.
In the world of software development, technology evolves at a frantic pace and that’s what I love most about my role – working at the forefront of what’s new or in demand and delivering the right solution for everyone in my professional network.