Going Further in Managing Risk
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More than a place to work - Greencap is a place to grow, a place to be challenged, and an opportunity to make an impact going further in managing risk. With approximately 300 professional, technical and engineering staff based in ten offices across Australia and New Zealand, Greencap are always looking for talented and self-driven employees to join the team.Discover Life at Greencap
Meet the Leadership Team at Greencap
Appointed in January 2016, Dean brings over 20 years of experience in the environmental, water and energy sectors in non-executive, executive and senior leadership roles.
Hemal Bavishi joined Greencap in 2021 bringing his extensive experience as an operational and strategic finance leader. He has worked in service and manufacturing industries, leading and developing multi-cultural teams globally.
Hemal has held senior finance roles where he has been instrumental in steering strategic initiatives, including acquisitions, complemented by out-of-the-box thinking and foresight to achieve ambitious growth objectives.
Joining Greencap in 2019, Maree has extensive experience in HR, working with organisations across a variety of industries, including product development, professional services, consulting and manufacturing. Maree has held senior HR roles developing and implementing comprehensive business strategies to drive growth and positive change. Maree brings a wealth of experience driving best practice in complex, technical and multidisciplinary environments.
Anne joined Greencap in 2016 as the Marketing and Communications Manager. Anne has a depth of experience in marketing and communications in an international context, from both the client and agency side as well as running her own business. She has worked in a wide variety of industries including FMCG, luxury goods, financial and professional services, automobile and in the not for profit sector.
Greencap acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.