Andrew Bhimy
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Andrew Bhimy

Public Trust

General manager, people and culture

  • Appointed August 2019.
  • Former executive general manager, people and culture, at the Manukau Institute of Technology.
  • Previously spent 10 years with The Warehouse Group in several senior HR roles.


The Warehouse Group
Head of People Support (HR), Operations, Manager, Operations HR
Jun 2010 - May 2013
The Warehouse Group
Head of Retail Careers
May 2013 - Jul 2015
Manukau Institute of Technology
Executive General Manager, People and Culture
Jul 2015 - Jul 2019
Uptown Bounce Trampoline Park
Feb 2019 - Present
Public Trust
General Manager People and Strategy
Jul 2019 - Present

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