Introducing Jude Manuel, Country Director, New Zealand

My role is… supporting everyone in the New Zealand team to be the very best they can be. Whether as mentor, supporter, alchemist, or harbinger of market trends and dynamics, my role is very firmly focused around the team and our exceptional delivery to clients and candidates. Nothing sees me more zealous than creating futures, both for individuals and organisations.

What fictional family would you be a member of? Probably “The Trotters” from “Only Fools and Horses”. Every time I watch it, I get pains from laughing and wish I could be the one to salvage some of their harebrained schemes … the chandelier episode has me cringing every time.

The zombie apocalypse is coming, who are 3 people you want on your team? Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (for obvious reasons), Tabitha from Bewitched to wiggle her nose and save the day and the Dalai Lama because if he can’t talk sense into them, no one can!

What is your favourite breakfast food? Bacon, anything with bacon!

If you could live anywhere in the world for a year, where would it be? Greece — it’s always been my favourite place in the world and with so many islands to choose from, there would be a different view of the water any time you chose.

Fun fact about me? I studied languages, so I can pretty much work my way through the United Kingdom and deliver a decent “take” on most accents.

If you’re looking for a new role in New Zealand,
check out our job page or get in touch with Jude at jmanuel@welovesalt.com.

Related articles

×
UK

Upload your CV

Upload your CV to our database.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Please let us know where you are, or where you would like to be in the world so we can point you in the right direction.

Cookie Consent×

Salt uses cookies to improve the user experience of our site. Cookies allow you to have a more enhanced journey through the site when searching for a specific job or location. Cookies are also used to help us understand how our site is being used. You can find out more about how Salt uses cookies here. By continuing to use the Salt site you are consenting to use our cookies.

OK