|Name: Sharlene Yule|
|Company Position: Manager - Temporary Staffing Solutions|
|Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Phone Number: +64 27 542 5657|
Where I’m from: Wellington, New Zealand (born in Palmerston North)
My professional background: I have worked in the recruitment industry for 26 years in temporary staff, permanent and contract recruitment. Had the opportunity to work overseas in London and Sydney along with Christchurch and Wellington. My career has allowed me to work as a consultant, team leader and at management level recruiting a wide range of roles within Business & Accounting Support, Call Centre & Customer Services and professional services including Human Resources, Marketing and Communications.
Why I’m passionate about Temporary Staffing Solutions at Beyond Recruitment: I am passionate about delivering a quality service to our clients and candidates within the Business & Accounting Support and Call Centre & Customer Services specialisations. I love the fast paced nature of our role, the variety of work and the opportunity to meet such a diverse range of people.
What not many people know about me: I have appeared on TV in the United Kingdom on a BBC show called “Wanted Downunder”. I filmed a piece years ago with a candidate who was looking to immigrate to New Zealand and who wanted some advice on the job market and applying for jobs in Wellington. I have never seen the footage however I get regular messages from friends in the United Kingdom who see me on their screens in repeat episodes.
What I love about New Zealand: We get to have the best of everything in the world right here on our doorstep. I have travelled extensively all over the world and really appreciate coming home to New Zealand and how lucky we are with our amazing landscapes, scenery and people.
What I love about Beyond Recruitment: I feel very fortunate to work for an organisation that works to benefit New Zealand. I believe we have a unique culture, a supportive environment and a great group of people who are all passionate about what they do.