Greg joined Employment Plus in November 2012 with over 30 years’ experience in commercial, healthcare and the not for profit sector.
Greg has worked as a Chartered Accountant, Chief Financial Officer, Director of Corporate Services and as Acting CEO of a healthcare provider.
He then moved to Save the Children Australia where he headed up the Finance department and worked alongside the CEO on the planning and rollout of a three year organisational transformation project.
Greg’s broad experience has helped him develop a solid combination of management and leadership skills together with strong understanding of finance, IT systems, property, governance and social programs.
Greg holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Accounting and Economics.
Kieren joined Employment Plus in 2013. Kieren leads the teams responsible for the delivery of funded programs including Employment Services and Remote Jobs & Community Programmes across Australia.
Kieren has extensive experience in the Employment Services sector spanning front line and senior management positions including regional management, quality assurance and continuous improvement.
Through his career, Kieren has been responsible for human resources management, performance management & improvement, business development and change management. Kieren has represented Employment Plus internationally and in 2009 was the Australian lead for the international tender team at A4e.
Kieren holds a Bachelor of Applied Science.
Peta joined Employment Plus in November 2011 and leads the Allied Health, Training Plus, Continuous Improvement & Contract Management, Marketing, Media & Communications, Human Resources and Learning & Development teams.
Peta has worked in finance, media, education and state government sectors and has extensive experience managing complex change and transformation, delivering executive leadership and strategic management.
Peta holds a Bachelor of Arts, post graduate qualifications in HR/IR and psychology and is currently undertaking the Senior Executive MBA at Melbourne University.
Paul joined Employment Plus in 2015 with over 25 years in banking, not for profit superannuation and general management consulting in boutique firms as well as his own business. Paul leads the employer engagement team and is responsible for business development.
Paul has led teams in Sales, Marketing, Operations, IT and Strategy as well as major business transformation projects.
Throughout his career, Paul has led successful business turnarounds, realignments and high growth units. His skills cover change management, performance improvement, operations management, marketing and product development, business development and relationship management.
Paul has held director positions in global banking joint ventures and voluntary finance roles in private schools.
He has a Bachelor of Business – Economics and Marketing and a Graduate Certificate from UNSW AGSM.
Bart joined Employment Plus in May 2016 after leading the 6-month restructure of the Finance team. Bart leads the Finance, IT, Business Intelligence and Property/Fleet Procurement teams. He is also responsible for Risk Management.
Bart has managed several large centralised functions and led teams on complex organisational change, performance improvement and system implementations across a variety of industries throughout Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. Among the companies he has worked with are Price-Waterhouse Coopers, IBM, Ernst & Young, Synergy, TNT, Unilever, Lenovo, BP and Delta Airlines.
His skills include strategy for back office functions, financial and management reporting, shared services, transition management, business process outsourcing, contract management, business cases, process improvement, benchmarking, definition of service levels, KPI reporting, process documentation, internal controls, project and change management, stakeholder management, system selection & implementation.
Bart holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Masters in Accountancy.
Wendy has been a Salvation Army officer for over 21 years, and started with Employment Plus in 2015. Wendy oversees Chaplaincy and Mission development.
Wendy’s roles within The Salvation Army have covered three states, and include church-based ministry – preaching, worship, pastoral care – as well as assisting her husband Paul with major building programs in two of their church placements. She was also the assistant State Director of Youth & Children’s Ministries for four years in South Australia.
Wendy has achieved a huge amount in her time with The Salvation Army, including the management of multiple churches and congregations, community centres and services, youth housing, early childhood development programs, drug and alcohol diversion programs, and numerous counselling services and thrift shops.
Wendy also has experience in the banking sector, and holds a Diploma in Pastoral Counselling.