Introducing Nicole Allen, Recruitment Consultant, Auckland

My Universe is… Finding the best talent for amazing companies who require permanent or contracting staff in the creative space.

What fictional family would you be a member of? I would be part of the Targaryen family (Game Of Thrones), firstly because Targaryens’ don’t burn, which would be helpful because I’m constantly burning myself in the kitchen and spilling hot drinks. Secondly, because I would love some baby dragons.

If you could instantly become an expert in something, what would it be? Hands down, it would be marine life! The ocean absolutely fascinates me! I’ve watched every sea related documentary on Netflix, much to my partners despair…

You have your own late night talk show, who do you invite as your first guest? David Attenborough. As the Grandad of the UK, I think he’d have fabulous life advice. I also have many questions about his adventures that I need answers to!

What sport would you compete in if you were in the Olympics? I would attempt Tennis, because it’s the only sport I know how to play. It probably won’t be Olympic level anytime soon though.

Fun fact about me? I’m Shark obsessed! I’ve only swum with them twice but I’m in love. Any shark related facts are welcome in my inbox anytime.

If you’re looking for a new Creative role in Auckland, check out our job page or get in touch with Nicole at nallen@welovesalt.com

 

 

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