Pamela Peters brings her extensive HR experience and a thorough understanding of local government leadership and processes to truly appreciate and develop this review process for performance, career development and information standards required.
Pamela has been responsible and involved with performance management and career development for over 20 years. Her work, both in public and private sectors, has included local government HR managerial and governance roles, improving overall organisational performance and, most recently, strategic and operational HR work within a public-private alliance.
Philip Jones has over 20 years of financial experience in the local government sector and brings a wealth of practical experience and knowledge. He is the Principal of PJ & Associates Financial and Asset Management Solutions and has been consulting to a variety of local government-related organisations since June 2007, including advising management and governance.
David Hammond provides advice to local councils through his company Hammond Robertson Ltd and is an Associate of EquiP. He has been very active in assisting organisations including LGNZ and MBIE to understand the freedom camping issue, is frequently sought out by the media on the subject and is currently developing a Freedom Camping Strategy for Nelson City Council.
Highly experienced in infrastructure procurement, EquiP Associate Chris Olsen would be one of the most sought-after people in New Zealand for roading contracts.
Chris has been at the forefront of road maintenance and construction procurement for 40 years as a contractor, local authority manager, consultant, and as Transfund’s (now NZTA) manager of its procurement manual.
His unique blend of 14 years' private sector and 20 years' public sector experience has given Chris a profound understanding of infrastructure delivery models and the ability to bring together commercial acumen with a public sector ethos to provide breakthrough value to clients.
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Date updated: 21 June 2017