Upcoming Pathway to Sports Administration Webinar

Mark your calendars! Next Tuesday, Iain MacGibbon the Managing Director of Farrow Jamieson will be speaking to Brent Robinson the CEO of Auckland Tennis. Brent will outline the career path he has taken from corporate to sports administration and the challenges and opportunities that he has experienced. This online webinar would appeal to those in […]

Upcoming Pathway to CFO Webinar

The next in our Pathway to CFO series at Farrow Jamieson sees a success story! Adam Napper created the Pathway to CFO networking group 3 years ago as a platform for successful financial professionals to give career development advice to a group of aspiring accountants. Daniel Malherbe was an auditor at the time and Adam placed him […]

Unveiling our new Chairman

Farrow Jamieson wants you to be among the first to hear about our number of initiatives. Firstly, we are delighted to announce the appointment of Pip Kempthorne as Chairman of our Advisory Board. Pip will be known to many of you as a prominent member of the New Zealand business community. He brings extensive experience […]

Will your over-reliance on Spell Check cost you a dream job?

I’ve interviewed a lot of people in my 15 year recruitment career. I would estimate that the figure would be over 4000. The majority of these people would be accountants and numbers people who aren’t known for their grammatical prowess, but I have noticed a trend whilst going through candidate’s CVs with a fine […]

Finance Professionals available through Farrow Jamieson

High calibre candidates new to the market in 2015 Whenever we get great weather in the summer the recruitment activity is slow to pick up and this has proved to be the case in the early days of 2015. However, we know economic confidence is high and there is change and turnover of staff going […]

A Recruiter in Blockhouse Bay

I’ve waited a week or so before writing my wrap up for the day at the inaugural #nzlead unconference last week as I didn’t want to compete with blogs which were very likely to be much better than mine and I also needed to let my sunburn abate to a comfort level where I […]