Our People

Sally Limpyer – Its difficult to remember a time when Sally wasn’t marrying great caretakers with great jobs… With a mind like a steel trap and metronomic attention to detail, Sally is the human bible when it comes to  the accommodation sector in Australia

Meredith Racina our smart and sassy co-pilot in the Caretakers division is always conducting and directing the relief managers around Australia like a long distance orchestra marching to her beat! What she doesn’t know about WHS isn’t worth knowing – and she has highly developed interview skills and a canny “spider-sense” for great people!

Julie Moloney… after serving her 3 year apprenticeship managing our Travel division has finally been promoted to the Big Leagues… to the Caretakers team. Don’t be fooled by her easy going style and manner – it hides a prodigious memory and uncanny people skills. Like a modern day Colombo… one minute you’re having a formal interview with her… the next you’re laying your soul bare and disclosing your inner most secrets. How does she do that! It’s a great skill to have in our game.

Kristy Rawlyk… another long-termer into her second decade with the gang… and it is she who is responsbible for our social media presence, our luscious and intoxicating facebook ads, our labour hire compliance certifications… (if you don’t know what that is… you had better find out or better still… ask us)… and a million other thankless but critical administration activities.

Naomi Calahan – the bill-payer, the invoice-chaser, the financial navigator, the good driver in heavy traffic, the voice of reason –  this former Podiatrist turned finance guru is still on her relative training wheels being only  into her third year… but we reckon we will probably keep her. She just knows stuff. A lot of stuff.

Richard Kellaway –  we think it’s year 27 at CRC and he was there way back when the Caretakers Australia  baby was born. And although he looks a little different now to how he did in 1996, we reckon that there is no one in the country with his breadth of knowledge and experience around recruitment in the accommodation sector. In an industry where 18 months is akin to long service, his longevity is a testament to his love of recruitment and of working with clients and candidates to make their lives and businesses better. And also a testament to the patience of his colleagues.