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Nick Haros always knew he was destined to work in St. George Foodservice after he graduated from university.
And it was not because of family pressure or expectations to work in the family business his parents founded in 1980.
Kathy Loukopoulos is a people person.
From the moment you meet her, she’s all smiles and warmth and wanting to make sure you’re taken care of.
Wyvan is known all over the country for being a Sloth. But don’t worry, it’s not when he’s at work.
'Sloths' is the name of his Dragon Boat Racing Sports Club, which is one of the top three teams in Australia.
One of the things Murray loves about being an HR manager is that he can facilitate keeping the lines of communication open. Not only does he see this as his specialty because he has a knack for it, but he derives a lot of satisfaction out of seeing employees being able to develop in their position and to move within the company and in the industry.
With 12 trucks, two vans, 11 drivers and hundreds of deliveries to manage, it might be an understatement to say that Jim has a busy job. But it’s one he just loves to do.
What do you do with a bubbly, friendly, caring woman who finds the positive in just about anything? You make her head of customer service operations, of course!
Jessica knew from a young age that she wanted to work in marketing and communications, so once she’d completed a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing, she couldn’t wait to put all that theory into practice.
Skip is the resident jokester at St. George. He loves to have a good laugh with his colleagues as he works, because he’s quite cheeky, but also because his work day begins at 2 am.
The first thing you’ll notice about Sophie as soon as she begins talking, is that she’s in a great mood. If positivity was a hat, she’d certainly be wearing one every day. But it’s really quite simple for her. She loves working with people.
For anyone who thinks purchasing is all about paperwork, you haven’t lived in Sophia’s shoes for a day! “A key part of my role is understanding what’s happening with the food market. It’s my knowledge of the products, particularly the new ones, that affects what solutions St. George is able to offer to our customers.”
We all know the old saying that 'you only live once'. For Geoff, this has become his motto in life because he’s actually lived twice.
Being a night owl has its drawbacks in regular day jobs. But it’s a perfect fit for Nick. Since his high school days, he’s always preferred being up late, rather than early.
That’s how this whole gig at St. George began for him. He originally got a part-time job during high school and kept coming back through university while studying for his biological science degree.
With a career spanning 27 years in the food industry, Ayman’s move to St. George was a natural one.
“I started working here in 2015 as a sales rep after running my own business, and it just suited me right from the start."
After eight years working with St. George, Katrina still loves coming to work every day. It all began with her looking for a part-time job that had true flexibility, and when she landed the job at St. George, she quickly found it was the right fit for her.
There’s nothing like driving around the city at night. It’s super quiet, peaceful and beautiful. That’s one of the things Paul loves about being a driver with St. George, a job he’s held for over 14 years now.
Robert has been a credit manager for 33 years. That’s a lifetime any way you look at it. But he wouldn’t still be doing the job if he didn’t genuinely enjoy working with people and taking care of customers.
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