Jodie Martinelli promoted to Head of Business Process & Strategy
Jodie Martinelli has been promoted to a newly created senior role as Head of Business Process & Strategy. She will report directly to Daron Robinson, Operations Director.
Jodie takes on the responsibility of leading on strategy and operational planning whilst retaining control of business administration and services from her previous role. She will ensure that there is a structured and consistent approach to all operational processes and functions within the business. Jodie will be also be responsible for procurement of suppliers and business continuity.
Jodie will continue to lead the Client Services, Support Services, Transfer Up and Commercial Services management teams. She will also manage special projects and business process enhancement, ensuring that the functions are running efficiently and maximising productivity.
“I am thrilled to be promoted to Head of Business Process & Strategy” Jodie said. “I joined Court Enforcement Services 6 years ago and I am so proud to have been part of the company’s growth. I look forward to taking on these new responsibilities and am grateful to the Directors here for placing their trust in me to take on what is an important role particularly in the current climate. I am fortunate to have such a strong team of colleagues and I look forward to helping the company achieve further growth.”.
Daron Robinson, Operations Director said, “I am delighted to promote Jodie into this new and important role”, “The enhancement of her duties to incorporate business continuity and planning is a natural progression. It follows her exceptional work in what has been an unprecedented time.
Jodie’s strategic approach to planning and implementation of processes in a constantly changing climate, enabled the business to quickly adapt and continue to function effectively, without any detrimental effect to the service we provide our clients.
I have no doubt that the Jodie’s planning and organisational skills will be of huge benefit to the business moving forward”