John Boyle

Senior Consultant, Supply Chain, Operations and Procurement

About John

My niche is uncovering the best talent for those hard to fill roles. I’ll source that ideal skill set you’re after by utilising the network I’ve cultivated while recruiting in New Zealand for the past 15+ years. As a specialist recruiter in Supply Chain, Operations and Procurement my network is extensive, and my understanding of the sector allows me to easily identify key talent for roles.

I like to take the pressure of recruitment off my client’s plate because everyone’s lives are busy enough with the existing demands of their day to day job. As we work through the process, clients can rest assured that I will be scouring the market to present them with the best talent available. My candidates know me as a candid straight-shooter who delivers outcomes.

Prior to my recruitment career I worked in a global sea freight provider, giving me a unique insight into the industry. I’ve been in recruitment since 2001 so I have a good scope of experience to call upon. Over the 20+ years of my career, which started in the UK before heading to NZ in 2005, I’ve been responsible for business expansion into three different recruitment sectors across three different businesses.  Not only have I had the pleasure of being here at Hunter Campbell from a very early stage, but I now consider myself a proud part of the amazing growth story.

Within the four walls of Hunter Campbell, I’m known for being a happy guy whose always available to help with anything. With my clients? They know, with confidence, I will be focused on getting the best result possible end to end.


Supply Chain, Procurement & Purchasing, Operations, Engineering & Technical

Life Outside the Office

Life outside work is family and friends. My wife, Leeanne, and daughters, Holly and Abigail, make sure my love of sport doesn’t dominate (apparently that’s a good thing). Having hung up my boots a while ago, I now support Holly in her footballing endeavors. And I love a round of golf followed by a couple of cold ones at the 19th.


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