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When it comes to keeping things ship-shape at QRS HQ, Stefini Burling-Claridge knows what she's talking about . . . her first job was working in finance and administration for the New Zealand Navy.
That was a while ago now and it's been nearly 15 years since the mother-of-five moved to Wairoa, joining her husband at his family home near Lake Waikaremoana.
Her first job in the region was with the Department of Conservation where she was immersed in the bush, working out of the now former Aniwaniwa Visitors Centre in the heart of Te Urewera National Park.
She then lent her skills to local organisations like kohanga reo, iwi claimant groups, and Wairoa District Council, before deciding to take advantage of the professional development available at QRS.
As administration manager, Stefini co-ordinates the flow of money coming in and going out in a timely manner, and makes sure the books are balanced at the end of the day.
“It's really interesting work and I've done it for a long time but have never had the chance to get any formal qualifications,” she says.
“QRS have made it clear that they'll support me in that so it's a wonderful opportunity.”
28 May 2018
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