Emrill Appoints Soft Services Head to Lead Sustainability Initiatives

Emrill Appoints Soft Services Head to Lead Sustainability Initiatives

Kym Mayes will develop and implement strategies to enhance Emrill’s services and sustainability efforts

UAE-based integrated facilities management service provider, Emrill, has appointed Kym Mayes as head of soft services. In her new role, Mayes will develop and implement strategies to further enhance Emrill’s services and sustainability efforts.

In addition to utilising data to identify trends and developing strategic operations and procedural solutions, Mayes will ensure levels of service excellence are maintained to further consolidate Emrill’s position as a preferred facilities management services provider.

With over 25 years of experience in both service provider and client roles across the UAE, the United Kingdom and Australia, Mayes has expertise in managing challenges and providing customer-centric solutions.

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She has played an integral role in bridging the gap between on-site teams and office operations. Through extensive training and mentoring, she has shared her experience to empower and grow teams.

Emrill’s CEO, Stuart Harrison, commented on Mayes’ appointment: “We’re delighted to welcome Kym to the Emrill team. Kym’s appointment will contribute to our continued growth, and we are confident she will play a significant role in helping us to meet and exceed our clients’ expectations.

“Kym’s wealth of experience and practical mindset will help us to strengthen the culture we have created, in which our teams are empowered to develop and grow, which will assist Emrill in exceeding our growth objectives.

"Kym’s vision for more sustainable and innovative ways of working aligns with Emrill’s objectives.”

Commenting on her new role, Mayes said: “I am incredibly excited to join one of the leading and best-known integrated facilities management services providers in the UAE.

"I look forward to being part of a team that recognises the importance of and prioritises sustainability, safety and new methods of working, whilst not compromising on the level of services offered.”

Mayes holds an Advanced Diploma in Business Management, a Diploma in Work Health and Safety, MEWPs for Management and 3a and 3b Operator certificates and is IOSH-certified.

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