Paul Brock Ganbara’s new managing director

Indigenous employment expert Paul Brock has been appointed Ganbara Facility Service’s managing director.

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Paul Brock is looking forward to driving Ganbara Facility Services forward.

A descendent of the Barngarla people of the Whyalla – Port Augusta regions of South Australia, Mr Brock brings a wealth of experience to Ganbara, with extensive familiarity in the training and Indigenous employment sector.

As Ganbara managing director, Mr Brock will develop stronger relationships with clients and employment providers, as well as growing the Indigenous headcount within the organisation and its capacity partner ServiceFM.

I look forward to seeing Ganbara realise its full potential in the future through the ethical delivery of its many services by building trusting and mutually beneficial relationships with clients.

“Ganbara, currently has 13 per cent Indigenous employment within its ranks and, as part of this role, I look forward to achieving more than 20 per cent in the near future.”

Ganbara Facility Services is a majority-owned Indigenous organisation specialising in the following services:

Mr Brock has been a director of Ganbara since its inception in 2017, while he was most recently employed as chief executive of 100% Aboriginal-owned Registered Training Organisation Carey Training.

Mr Brock has also managed South Australia’s largest private Registered Training Organisation ATEC and prior to that was Business SA’s Australian Apprenticeships Centre manager.

At Ganbara, Mr Brock will also actively identify and support the Indigenous supply and procurement chain, creating greater business and employment opportunities for all parties.

Ganbara Facility Services Chief Executive Officer James Pollock said Mr Brock brings significant qualities and business contacts to the organisation.

We look forward to seeing Ganbara really forge ahead and become the powerhouse Indigenous business that it has the potential to be.

The name Ganbara means fertile soil in Barngarla, the language of the Eyre Peninsula and Upper Spencer Gulf people in South Australia, symbolising the company’s growth as it follows its purpose to “create real opportunities for our people and the communities in which we live, work and play”.

Ganbara Facility Services has national coverage with state offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide and regional managers in Darwin, North Queensland and Tasmania.

For further information, contact Ganbara Managing Director Paul Brock.

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