Researching and Developing strategies that make a difference in how organisations attract and retain the best talent.
Interim VP of Employer Products
March 2012 - April 2012
I am currently working as Interim Vice President of Employer Products for LiveCareer, a leading online career destination helping people create job-winning resumes.
In this role I am involved in Research and Development of new employer strategies. It is great to work with smart people who “get it” and have vision. I’m enjoying working in the online space and leveraging my Monster.com experience. It is also giving me a great opportunity to catch up with the latest innovations in the recruitment and talent management space.
HRX Pty Ltd
January 2005 - November 2011
HRX is a leader in Recruitment Process Outsourcing. I co-founded this business in 2005 and held a number of different roles which ranged from Chief Operations Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Director of Innovation, Director of Business Development and Generally Director of Cool Shit and Chaos.
I worked closely with customers and also internal delivery teams to design and innovate our recruitment solutions.
Monster Government Solutions
November 2002 - December 2004
In my role as General Manager for Monster Government Solutions I led a talented team who put together a integrated approach to recruiting. We acquired the leading government-specific Applicant Tracking Vendor (QuickHire) and folded their offerings into our solution set. We grew the business from US$2.2M in 2002 to $16M in 2003 and $30M in 2004. I left this role to relocate back to my native country of Australia.
SvP Strategy & Planning
June 2000 - November 2002
Ran Monster's strategy and Planning group. We were responsible for product strategy, acquisitions and some elements of business strategy. It was a tough time to work for a dot.com who's focus was recruitment. We watched the dot.com collapse and recession in the USA decimate many companies. While Monster had to lay off some staff, they kept focused and became leaner and meaner.
Chief Technology Officer
Morgan & Banks
January 1996 - January 2000
Director, Knowledge Management
Booz.Allen & Hamilton
January 1994 - December 1996
Part of a talented team who designed Booz.Allens knowledge Management program. I was leading the technology architecture team. While many of our competitors were going down the Lotus Notes route, we bravely developed one of the early web-based applications call Knoledge On-Line II.
Booz.Allen & Hamilton
August 1988 - December 1993
Worked in various client engagements for Booz.Allen based out of London. Great organization! Saw much of the world and learned a lot in this role.