With an extensive track record in human resource management, coaching and organisational development, this new role will focus on guiding PMT Security smoothly through the current period of growth and subsequent cultural transformation, as well as setting structures in place for the future.
“We are lucky to have someone of Cam’s ability to help set up our employee programs and keep us moving steadily into a future where we have more diverse roles requiring multiple skill-sets. Our staff are very much our most important asset, and the time was right to recognise that we are transitioning into a larger enterprise in need of more professional structures,” said Darren Taylor, Managing Director of PMT.
In parallel to setting up the People & Culture framework, the role will also include the advancement of a national shared-services hub for operations. PMT Security plans to create development avenues for staff nation-wide, with this new role being pivotal to implementing those strategies. The program will foster a learning organisation capable of knowledge creation and sharing, to enable succession pathways for all employees.
Arrubla has worked across several industries in the past including intellectual property, technology, consulting, health, aeronautics, defence, manufacturing and services, involving both public and private sector roles. His experience includes senior management positions in the USA and the Americas, and recently in Australia with The Magistrates’ Court of Victoria and Serco ASPAC.
“I bring my experience and the passion for what I do to set the People & Culture foundation to assist PMT Security as it grows. There is a unique culture within the company, and it is going to be an exciting challenge to help steer that into a brighter future. I’ll keep leveraging the collaborative leadership style that has led me to accomplish short- and long-range objectives in my career so far,” said Arrubla.
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