HR and Support Manager
Jenna is our resident Kiwi and the go-to Tiger for both internal staff and candidates.
She started her career as a receptionist and admin assistant, transforming the systems and processes of an office to take it into the 21st century.
Jenna joined the Tiger team as a temp assistant, but her excellent eye for detail made her transition to HR and support manager a natural one. From managing several hundred temporary timesheets, to HR projects and business projects, Jenna’s uniqueness lies in her ability to see both the detail and the big picture.
What makes you fiercely distinctive?
My Excel skills have saved a lot of tears and heartache in the office.
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