Joining us from London with over 10 years’ experience in the recruitment industry, Tracey Perry is a welcomed member of the IT & Business Transformation team as a Senior Consultant. Working for some of the top Consultancies in London, Tracey gained valuable experience as a Senior Consultant within Finance, Change & Transformation sectors, specialising on roles such as Head of Transformation & Technology, Programme and Portfolio Director, Project, Change and Business Improvement Specialists. A keen traveller, Tracey had a career break in 2017 for six months to travel South East Asia and New Zealand. It was during this time that Tracey decided she wanted to live within New Zealand and build her career here. A high-energy, positive individual, Tracey is a valued member of the Momentum family and delivers strong candidate care and expertise to her role day in day out, believing she can add real value through partnering with her clients to understand cultural fit, which ensures longevity and promotes success within organisations.
I get a real sense of passion from working with my clients. From identifying talent in the market then helping them to hire a great candidate and seeing that candidate really grow and succeed in that organisation.
My Desert Island, 3 things that I would take
A jar of Marmite (Ourmate here in NZ) – it was a must when travelling! A hot water bottle as I am always cold, the book Shantaram by Gegory David Roberts, it doesn’t matter how many times I read it, it feels like a new book.
I like to spend time with my Nieces and Nephew in the Wairarapa, exploring the many wine regions and walks NZ has to offer. I have just completed a sailing course in Wellington harbour, so putting my sailing skills to good use.
With very little experience or training, I cycled from London to Paris in 3 days for charity. I did this with a team of awesome people from my previous company Investigo – 240 miles with some very steep hills, a few wrong turns and one small crash, however it was all worth it as we arrived under the Eiffel tower and raised several thousands of pounds for Shooting Stars Chase.
I would be a travel blogger/advisor, I love travelling and visiting new countries, then giving tips and recommendations to friends, family, colleagues and contacts. I get a real passion to hear they experienced some of my recommendations they would have otherwise missed.