Cleaning and property maintenance company CMC Indigenous Property Services has appointed Daliah Parker as its new Indigenous engagement officer.
In announcing Parker’s appointment, CMC said some of the key objectives Parker will be working on in the next 12 to 18 months include engaging with, and providing opportunities to, businesses owners and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage.
“We welcome Daliah to the team and look forward to building further links with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities,” the company said on its website.
CMC Indigenous Services is a joint venture between Paul McCann and Michael O’Loughlin, started in 2015, specialising in the cleaning and maintenance of offices, retail outlets, commercial buildings, multi-sites, educational and aged care facilities.
New CRM to work on Indigenous engagement
CMC Property Services has also hired a client retention manager (CRM) for CMC in Western Australia.
Newly appointed Julian will work closely on CMC’s Pathways Program, which focuses on education, engagement, employment and opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
CMC WA state manager James Hetherington said Julian is an asset to the CMC family.
“Julian has over 16 years of experience in providing various services to the Indigenous community including property management. He holds a certificate in Australian Indigenous Leadership,” Hetherington said.
“We hope that through his tenure with us, Julian will have an opportunity to learn from us as we will learn from him,” James said.
“We will draw upon his experience and guidance in Indigenous affairs to engage and support recruitment of Indigenous Australians but also to support other Indigenous businesses in our supply chain and industry.”
“CMC has also made a commitment to further enhance Julian’s career in asset management, quality assurance and organisational planning.”