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Appointments November 8, 2019

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Our weekly appointments wrap includes Ian Campbell, Steven Finney, Simon Morten, Margrete Chaney, Jayson Miragliotta, David Michael, John Phillimore, Graham Sansom, Anne Wood, Henry Zelones, Duncan Ord, Felicity Horn, Adam Radford, James Clement, Aman Sandhu and Jane Betts.

Appointments November 8, 2019

Our weekly appointments wrap includes Ian Campbell, Steven Finney, Simon Morten, Margrete Chaney, Jayson Miragliotta, David Michael, John Phillimore, Graham Sansom, Anne Wood, Henry Zelones, Duncan Ord, Felicity Horn, Adam Radford, James Clement, Aman Sandhu and Jane Betts.

Facilities management services company BGIS has appointed Ian Campbell as director, global advisory board. Mr Campbell served as a Senator in federal parliament from 1990 to 2007. He joined Brookfield in 2011 and worked across the property, infrastructure and private equity businesses. He is IT services company ASG Group’s non-executive deputy chairman, chairman of Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Harry Butler Institute at Murdoch University and a member of the Council of the Australian Maritime Museum.

Hospitality and brewing group Triple-1-Three has promoted Steven Finney to the new position of general manager of Otherside Brewing Co. Mr Finney previously worked for Gage Roads and Feral Brewing Company. He joined Otherside about ten months ago as national sales and marketing manager. Chief executive Al Taylor said the role was created in response to the business’ growth.

Rare metals miner TNG has welcomed Simon Morten to the newly-created role of general manager titanium production, initially on a part-time basis. Mr Morten has spent 30 years’ in the titanium pigment industry, gaining most of his experience at Cristal and its predecessors, which has been recently acquired by Tronox. The company hopes his international experience in process management, project development and commissioning will assist the senior management team to deliver the Mount Peake Project.

Margrete Chaney has been appointed chair of contemporary dance company Co:3. She is the founding director and a leading donor. Mrs Chaney has danced with the West Australian Ballet, Chrissie Parrott Dance Company and Rambert Dance Company and has worked with opera and dance organisations across the country. She was chair of West Australian Ballet’s Artistic Review Panel from 2015 to 2018 and is a member of the Helpmann Awards Dance and Physical Theatre Panel.

Jayson Miragliotta has joined the City of Perth’s executive leadership team as general manager, planning and economic development. Mr Miragliotta has more than 28 years’ experience as a town planner, working at Emaar, NEOM and Urbaniche. He is the fourth and final general manager to join the team working towards the City’s Corporate Recovery Implementation Plan. 

Local Government minister David Templeman has appointed a panel to progress the development of a new Local Government Act. The panel will be chaired by Balcatta MLA David Michael. Panel members include John Curtin Institute of Public Policy executive director John Phillimore, University of Technology Sydney Institute for Public Policy adjunct professor Graham Sansom, Kott Gunning Lawyers partner Anne Wood who specialises in local government law, City of Armadale mayor Henry Zelones and Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries director general Duncan Ord

The Western Australian Fishing Industry Council Inc has appointed Felicity Horn and Adam Radford to its board. Both appointees grew up in commercial fishing families. Ms Horn is the Shark Bay Prawn Trawler Operators’ Association executive officer. Mr Radford is a member of the Western Rock Lobster industry. Deputy chair James Clement was also re-elected for another term.

Procensol Australia veteran Aman Sandhu will head up the company’s entry into Western Australia.  Aman has been with the IT company specialising in Appian since 2015 and has been instrumental in the success of several client projects on the East Coast as well as the growth and development of Procensol’s SEAL Training program that provides fast-tracked pathways for graduates. 

Advisory firm Findex has appointed Jane Betts to its newly created role of chief people officer. Ms Betts has over 20 years’ experience in senior HR leadership positions. She most recently worked at AGL where she was the general manager for people partnering, strategy and transformation. The role includes sitting on the executive management team and driving the group’s employee engagement, retention and acquisition strategies.

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