Andrew Roberston
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Andrew Roberston

Department of Corrections / Ara Poutama Aotearoa

Deputy chief executive, infrastructure and digital assets

  • Joined Corrections in 2013, with a background in finance, strategy, commercial management, and asset delivery
  • Responsible for planning and delivery for ICT, property and infrastructure, procurement, major contract management, and the major capital works programme.
  • More recently involved in the delivery of Corrections’ private public partnership programme.
  • Formerly in the electricity industry.

Career

ECNZ
Control Centre Manager, Group Accounting Manager
Apr 1992 - Dec 1998
Meridian
GM Business Development, Strategy Director
Jun 2006 - Jun 2012
ADR Professional Services Ltd
Director
Jul 2012 - Nov 2020
Department of Corrections / Ara Poutama Aotearoa
Deputy Chief Executive, Infrastructure and Digital Assets, Deputy Chief Exective, Finance, Property & Technology
Dec 2018 - Present

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