Jessica Joins the Team

Jessica Joins the Team from The Surveying Company HB Ltd

By: The Surveying Company HB Ltd  27-Jun-2011
Keywords: Project Management, Drafting Service, Company

 

We have recruited Jess after she has recently graduated from Otago University with a degree in Accounting and Management. Jess is choosing to take some time out before beginning her career proper and we hope to utilize her obvious talents in our office administration area. With strong training in Accounting and Management we also hope to expand her roles contribution to the team. Jess has a bubbly personality that will be a pleasure to all that are fortunate enough to call or drop by.

 

 

Keywords: Company, Drafting Service, Land Development, Land Surveying, Land Surveyor, Land Surveyors, Project Management, Resource Consent, Rural Subdivision, Subdivision, Surveying, Surveying and Mapping, Surveying Services, Surveyors, Town Planning

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