Our weekly appointments wrap includes Ben Dwyer, Mark Wiedermann, Coralie Bishop, Greg Haskis, Enzo Evangelista and Gareth Jones.
Ben Dwyer will be chief operating officer pastoral and Mark Wiedermann has been appointed chief commercial officer at Harvest Road Group. Mr Dwyer previously served as chief executive at Australian Country Choice and was chief operating officer at Australian Cattle & Beef Holdings, a joint venture with ACC. Mr Wiedermann has more than 20 years of experience in the consumer goods industry, including ten years with Coca-Cola Amatil and The Coca-Cola Company in sales, marketing and strategy, and eight years with beverage company Suntory Group.
Foundation for the WA Museum has appointed Coralie Bishop as general manager fundraising and development. Ms Bishop has more than two decades’ experience in the arts and not-for-profit sectors and joins the team from WA Opera where she was development manager. Prior to this, she worked at Leadership WA, the University of Western Australia and Edith Cowan University.
Greg Haskis has been made chief financial officer at DUG Technology. Mr Haskis is a chartered accountant and has worked as chief financial officer at a number of listed and non-listed companies including Sirona Capital, Consulting CFO Services and PlanB Group Holdings. He has also worked as financial controller and finance director at HSBC.
Colliers WA has hired Enzo Evangelista as director, valuations and advisory services. Mr Evangelista joins the firm from Builtform Real Estate Advisory, where he was a director providing advisory services. He has also held positions at Herron Todd White, Knight Frank London, Westpac, BP and Mirvac.
Gareth Jones has joined Austin Engineering as chief financial officer, replacing Sam Cruickshank. Most recently, Mr Jones was director of finance and business services at St John of God Midland Public Hospital. He has previously worked for Poseidon Nickel, Vodafone UK and British Gas.