Staff Stories

Want to know what it’s like to work at CCIWA?

Our staff offer insights into their roles.

Carly Waterfield | Manager, ASA WA

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Coming into my role during the busiest ASA period on record was memorable. Over the last two years, apprentice commencement numbers have essentially doubled.

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Siobhan Griffiths | Manager, Employee Relations Advice Centre

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A typical day in the office usually starts with having a laugh with a colleague and a cup of tea.

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Devon Zaltsman | Senior Marketing Specialist

You catch more bees with honey, than you do with vinegar’ is a tried-and-tested piece of advice that resonates with me. It’s a simple concept that’s completely founded in truth.

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Anthea Wesley | Senior Policy Adviser

I meet with members to hear their concerns, I draft policy papers and submissions advocating for key areas of reform, and I engage with government to deliver positive policy outcomes.

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James Walsh | Principal Economist

I get to solving some of the most important and complex real-world problems facing the WA economy alongside a supportive, engaging and high performing team.

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Carol Abrahams | Manager, Member Experience & Insights

The best part of the job is talking to our members and then implementing change that has a positive impact on their experience.

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Chris Nunn | Learning Solutions Consultant

Never assume something must continue being done as it always has, instead ask ‘why’ is it being done like this and ‘what’ can we do better?

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Caitlin Mayor | ASA Industry Consultant

My most memorable achievement to date would be my career progression at CCIWA. Starting in February 2020 as a client support officer and progressing into an Industry Training Consultant within four months.

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Campbell Eaton | International Trade Officer

The most exciting part of my job is the fantastic exposure this role provides in working with local, state, and federal government agencies. There are always opportunities to interact and work with a very diverse web of stakeholders.

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