Recommendations from LinkedIn

Alison Hill, Public service leader, Transition Lead, Office of the Children's Commissioner, 2023

Rosalie is just completing a review of corporate policies for the new Children and Young People's Commission. This has shown her skills in: listening and understanding requirements, scoping the programme of work, planning and managing workflow, as well as structuring and writing the suite of policies. It’s been a big task – but we're now well on the way to a suite of concise policies in clear plain language. 

Rosalie has kept me well informed throughout and is a pleasure to engage with.

Anthony Clegg, Defence Fuels Management Group Lead, NZ Defence Force, 2022

Rosalie has just completed just over two and half years with the Defence Fuels Management Group, as our lead for operational energy (fuel) policy creation. The Defence Force is a large organisation and unique environment with its own language/terminology and operating approach across three services. 

Over the last two and half years Rosalie has been instrumental in coordinating the collection of operational energy (fuel) policy into two key publications. Key functions of her role were to project manage the task, engagement with key pers inside the organisation across a broad range of topics. This was critical to the success of project, ensuring the content was correct, up to date with current legislation and standards. 

Rosalie's key skills include, great interpersonal skills, adaptability and flexibility, strong written and document experience, and the ability to work remotely and autonomously during these challenging COVID years. Rosalie's time with the NZDF has culminated with the successful delivery of two operational energy (fuel) publications. Rosalie also brings a positive and friendly attitude, an absolute pleasure to work with.

Kate Maxwell, Senior Advisor – Ministerial Review Response, Human Rights Commission, 2019

Rosalie came on board to help the Human Rights Commission draft/review and implement several workplace policies, some of a technical nature. Rosalie approached the work diligently, researching best practice and delivering consistently high quality work over several months. Rosalie is a self starter whose approach is thorough, positive and focused. She has built great working relationships with several people across the organisation and I would happily recommend Rosalie for any policy writing role.

Greta Gordon, Director at Greta G Consulting, NZ Police, 2018

Rosalie has been an asset to our team at NZ Police, delivering on point papers and communications that have helped us build a foundation for our programme. Her work has been on time, every time - delivering the value of 40 hours a week in just 20 hours.

Sarah Knowles, Manager System Performance at Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment MBIE, 2018

Rosalie has worked for me as a Senior Technical Writer on a contract basis. Rosalie during this time has displayed not only excellent writing ability across many different communication channels but a willingness to learn and interest in developing her knowledge in some very technical subject matter areas. Rosalie is very hard working and produces copious amounts of quality content in short spaces of time. I recommend you contract Rosalie for any type of written content development!

Nick Ascroft, Technical Editor, Standards New Zealand, 2018

I have worked with Rosalie this year for the first time. Others had recommended her services, But I must say I have been blown away by how much of an asset she has been. She is proactive, diligent, utterly reliable and the work she supplies is of high quality. She was writing articles for Standards New Zealand's Touchstone e-magazine, and with little prompting got to the core of the message each time and put in extra research when required. I would not hesitate in recommending Rosalie for any position, whether technical writing, editing, communications or beyond.

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