Johanne Spring
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Johanne Spring

Taumata Arowai (Water services regulator)

Taumata Arowai (Water services regulator)

  • Recently manager, strategy and operational services, Archives NZ (Department of Internal Affairs).
  • Also served as general manager corporate services at the Environment Protection Agency (EPA), was national operations manager for HealthPac, and a national operations and branch manager at ACC.


Accident Compensation Corporation / Te Kaporeihana Āwhina Hunga Whara
National Manager @Work Customer Centres and Network Manager, Manager Hamilton and Te Kuiti then Hutt Valley
Jan 1995 - Dec 2002

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