Outstanding staff performance acknowledged

Posted on 9 Jun 2015

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A selection of Aquamoves employees are being acknowledged for outstanding performance after receiving nominations in a range of categories for the annual Aquatics and Recreation Victoria (ARV) Industry Awards.

ARV, which is the peak body for the aquatic and recreation industry in Victoria, host the awards annually to recognise and reward outstanding achievement and commitment by employees.

There are a number of different nomination categories to choose from and management, colleagues and friends are encouraged to nominate worthy candidates.

Council's Director Community Kaye Thomson says the ARV Industry Awards also provide an opportunity for Aquamoves to showcase its depth of talent.

"We are very fortunate to have highly performing and hardworking staff providing diverse and highly valued facilities and services for the community."

"It is fantastic to see this talent and dedication recognised at an event like the ARV Awards and for the staff to have the opportunity to relax and enjoy each other's' company and achievements."

Aquamoves employees nominated for this year's awards include Kylie Knight for the Pool Lifeguard of the Year Award, Ben Maude for the Duty Manager Award, Bec Parris for the Group Exercise Instructor Award and the Customer Service Team for the Customer Service Team Award.

The awards will be held at the Peninsula Docklands this Friday 12 June 2015.