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Cheryl Haines

Senior Recruitment Consultant

  • Industry: Construction;Building Materials
  • Regions covered: APAC

Cheryl Haines, based in Sunshine Coast QLD, is an experienced specialist head-hunter within the Engineering and Construction Team. Cheryl’s focus is on supporting the hire of exceptional operational talent into a number of organisations across Australia and New Zealand.

Cheryl supports several key business operations, sourcing candidates for roles, which include but not limited to Human Resources/ Industrial Relations, Work Health Safety, Quality & Environment, IT, Project Management, Accounts / Finance, Legal / Compliance/ Risk and Change Management, Business Support, Procurement and Supply Chain, Marketing and Communications, Operational and Business Management & Leadership.

“Coming from a General Manager role, I can empathise with my client’s recruitment needs and help find the best solution to fit their team and the business requirements. While building strong relationships with candidates to enable me to fulfil their goals. I get satisfaction form helping candidates build long term careers.”

With over 12+ years recruitment industry experience, in the UK and Australia, Cheryl tapped into multiple disciplines and business sectors to building a solid knowledge of core business operations.

Prior to working for CSG, Cheryl put her wealth of knowledge into practice managing her own business and overseeing all internal core business activities which she expertly recruits for today.

If you are looking to grow your company, explore a progressive career move within core business operations or would like to discuss the hiring market in general, please feel free to contact Cheryl on: +61 410 101 346 / cheryl.haines@csgtalent.com.au

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