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Introducing the new RCSA NZ Council members

November 19, 2019

Changes in the line-up at the New Zealand RCSA Council will see Troy Turner, Darren Hawkins and Aaron Fear-Ross come on board as members. Between them, the trio bring vast experience in recruitment and staffing to the council. Read below to learn more about them.

 

TROY TURNER

 

Troy Turner is co-founder and managing partner of Inside Recruitment, which specialises in filling leadership and specialist positions across executive, government, contracting and search recruitment. He believes in remaining at the forefront of people and account engagement, opening doors and connecting people wherever he can.

 

How long have you been in recruitment/HR and how long have you been a member of RCSA?
I started my career in 2001 with what was Morgan and Banks in Wellington in the Accounting and Finance Contracting Team.

 

What do you like most about working in this sector?
I really like helping people. A person’s career is a big decision, that sits alongside the likes of buying a house and having a family. In recruitment you can really make a measurable difference to people and their wider family.
 

What topic of conversation brings out your passionate streak?
Being #1You. I love helping people think about personal purpose in advance of career.
 

What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
Every dollar you save, is a dollar you don’t have to earn.
 

What is your favourite interview question?
Tell me about your passions and interests outside of work?
 

What’s your claim to fame or one thing that we should know about you?  
I rode a motorbike to primary school in Taranki, via an old main road, which is unthinkable now.