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Rachel Cook


(03) 365 4328


Marketing Diploma


Project Management Institute

NAWIC Christchurch

Rachel Cook


Client Relationships

Rachel is experienced in working with a variety of clients. Her ability to work closely to determine needs and manage expectations enables her to achieve the best result for the client.

Problem Solving

Thinking on your feet is an important skill for relocations management.  Rachel is skilled at making quick and accurate decisions whilst under pressure and take responsibility for those to ensure project objectives are met. Rachel enjoys working within a tight timeframe to deliver a plan with a definitive start and finish.

Commercial Relocations

Rachel is dedicated to working closely with clients to plan and manage the implementation their relocations projects.  She focusses on specific client requirements to ensure these are achieved during the project.

In Previous Lives

Rachel is an example of using transferable skills to move into Project Management.  She has an extensive background in office management and after spending 8 years overseas in Australia and the UK she returned to New Zealand in 2006.  Rachel has always worked hard to provide a high level of service to help fulfil her client's requirements. 

Client Projects

University of Canterbury - Earthquake Remediation Works

Rachel is currently co-ordinating and managing the relocations of staff and students and building decant projects within the University.

St Margarets College, Earthquake Remediation Works

Rachel worked with the team from St Margarets to co-ordinate the reinstatement of furniture into Kilburn Boarding House during the Summer of 2011.

Why I Love What I Do

Rachel enjoys providing assistance to remove the stress of the relocation and is not afraid to roll up her sleeves to get the job done!

"I love working with different people and developing relationships, ensuring the client is happy with the end result."

Rachel Cook

Assistant Project Manager

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