Northern Territory Cricket are proud to announce Quality People as the official recruitment partner of NT Cricket and official partner of the TIO Strike League.
Quality People recruitment and contracting services is an Australian owned and operated recruitment and placement company finding quality, hard-to-get professionals for employers across Australia, with a key division in Darwin.
Quality People and NT Cricket share the values of focus, quality, fairness and leadership, which are key values both on and off the cricket ground.
Commenting on the new partnership with Quality People, NT Cricket CEO Joel Morrison said:
“It’s fantastic to have Quality People on board as the official recruitment partner of NT Cricket.
“At times it can be tough in the Territory to find highly specialised talent given our smaller size relative to other markets, a challenge that exists both on and off the sporting field in the NT.
“But that’s not to say the talent doesn’t exist in the Territory by any means, because it definitely does. You simply have to find innovative ways to identify, develop and harness talent.
“This is something that NT Cricket does every day on the cricket field, and it’s what Quality People does every day for businesses across the Territory, making our new partnership a no-brainer.”
Quality People’s Managing Director Julian Silverman commented:
"Quality People is delighted to partner with NT Cricket and to have been appointed official partner of the TIO Strike League. Cricket in the Territory is expanding rapidly and it is fantastic to see how the local community is embracing the sport.
“This year, with the inclusion of the Hobart Hurricanes and live streaming on NT News, the cricketing world will focus directly on Darwin, creating significant exposure for local businesses. We are really pleased to directly support this initiative.
“We congratulate Joel and the team on the fine work they have done in such a short time to put NT Cricket on the map.“Quality People is proud to support local endeavours. We look forward to a long and prosperous partnership with NT Cricket.”