The Great Ocean Road Coast Committee welcomes their newest recruit Indi Haintz. Indi has been working with the coast committee in reception at the Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park for the past three years.
She joins the team at head office after completing her Bachelor of Business from La Trobe University end of last year, majoring in management and marketing.
Indi is assisting the commercial team with the initial bookings and set up for the Anglesea Family Caravan Park in preparation for the Great Ocean Road Coast taking on the operation in December 2017.
Indi said she is looking forward to working with the experienced team and hopes she can utilise her skills and training in her new role.
“It’s exciting to be able to work with a range of professionals who are able to teach me more about their areas of expertise and help with my own professional development.
“I’m looking forward to learning more about each facet of the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee’s work,” she said.
Indi enjoys the unique challenges of marketing and business management and hopes this role will allow her to explore those aspects more.
“I’m really interested in the processes around the management transition and marketing and can’t wait to get involved and learn more,” she said.
The Great Ocean Road Coast Committee is a not-for-profit organisation that manages the 37km of Crown coastal reserves between Torquay and Lorne.
All dollars raised through the commercial operations are reinvested back into the coastal reserves, caravan parks and the community.
Around 80% of all funds are raised by the operation of these caravan parks which helps to fund coastal infrastructure, environmental education programs, conservation work and community and volunteer support.