Victoria Woodcock

Victoria Woodcock

// Portfolio Leader - Transformation Project Solutions //


I started working as a recruiter in Sydney in 2000 where I was responsible for recruiting across the financial sector for market-leading companies Michael Page & Robert Walters. I later moved to London where I spent 10 years developing my career across audit, risk and compliance within the specialist boutique search market.

Returning to Melbourne, I began working at Marshall McAdam, partially due to to the company's commitment to ethical recruiting. After starting at Marshall McAdam, I initially worked in the audit, risk and compliance space. I now work as a Principal Consultant, heading up the contract project services team. With my extensive network in the Melbourne market, I can tap into quality IT project contract people quickly and easily. 

I help my clients build strong and capable IT project teams, focusing on technology leaders who drive change and innovation projects, where governance is often a key consideration. I find this area interesting and fast-paced, and I have found that mid-market demand for project managers with proven experience in transformation, delivery and project management office (PMO) remains strong across a wide range of industries.

Taking a strong candidate to market is always satisfying. I enjoy that moment when they've found the right opportunity and you know the client is onto a winner. That's the moment when everyone in the recruitment process realises the true value of a relationship-driven approach.

I value the flexibility, knowledge sharing and professional support Marshall McAdam offers our close-knit team of senior recruiters. It's a fabulous environment that promotes leadership and success but leaves enough time to enjoy Melbourne's bayside life with my husband and three kids. When I'm not recruiting, you can probably find me on the hockey field!

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