Krystyn acquired Certificate III in financial services while working as a mortgage loan consultant. The course helped in developing her knowledge in the finance industry. At the same time, it built the essential skills she needed in serving customers.
Kristyn then found her way to the world of project management in construction. While finance and project management may be two unrelated fields, the transition was quite smooth. As with everyone, the promotion was a great opportunity for her.
She has always been passionate about running a project and coordinating with other people. As a project manager, she knew the success (or failure) of a project rested on her shoulders. It was a chance for her to prove her accountability, particularly in planning, executing, and completing the firm’s projects.
With experience cam opportunity and she was able to move on to becoming a part of a construction and work team project management at the Australian National University. She also worked on different projects for the Australian government, specifically the healthcare sector. She took on various tasks, including being a part of the health initiatives of the government.
Later on, Kristyn worked for a project management consulting company in the information technology and communications (ITC) sector. This branch of IT moulded her proficiency in unified communications, as well as telecommunications and its integration in business transactions.
Combining her experiences, she started getting into the project management side of ITC. Not long after, she moved to Perth and worked for Iron Ore as a project management specialist consultant. She was able to practice and hone a variety of skills, which would benefit Perth Renovations Co in the future.
Throughout her years as a project management consultant, her experience allowed her to understand how it is like to handle projects with or even without a team. From proposing the project to planning the procedures to abiding by the rules and executing the blueprint, these tasks paved the way for strategic growth, continuous improvement, and the skill needed for business analyses.