Christanna took over several job posts in the early period of her career. A few of her roles included: Site Administrator for Stork B. V. in 2003; Contracts Administrator, Cost Engineer, and Project Controls Manager for UGL Limited in between 2004 and 2005; and Senior Project Controls Manager for Kellog Brown & Root and Parsons Brincherhoff consecutively until 2006. It was after the termination of Christanna’s contract from the latter, however, that she had the capability of penetrating the international scene.
Following the event, Consulting and Contract Support employed her as a Project Controls and Commercial Specialist. The new job called for her ability to monitor the customer service personnel of the company, generate distinct methods for budget management and detailed reporting to clients, introduce the latest operational procedures to Allegiance Metals, and oversee the costs of their various projects.
From 2007 to 2009, Christanna Bevin held a similar post in Chelopech Mining EAD. In this specific company, she personally improved the expertise of its employees concerning the management of contracts, costs, and any transformation that might take place along the way. Although she moved on to different corporations, namely Oakajee Port and Rail, Universal Energy Services, and Phu Bia Mining, in the subsequent years, Christanna performed tasks that were parallel to what she did in the former.
In 2015, she became a consultant to a lot of other projects in Australia. To be specific, she organized the Contractor Management Workplace Health and Safety processes imposed by Water NSW. Bevin then helped coordinate the operations and contractor teams associated to the Kogan Creek Power Station Major Overhaul project of CS Energy. The estimation and desktop analysis of Queensland’s greenfield coal project which was worth more than 700 million dollars had been her job, as well as the evaluation of a forensic claim centered on a hospital reconstruction scheme.
Christanna Bevin’s Philanthropy
Despite the great amount of success that she had obtained as a globally acclaimed project manager, Christanna had never forgotten to share her blessings to the less fortune. Her ultimate focus was on the improvement of medical research in her motherland. In 2014, she donated funds to the RHH Research Foundation. Her pledge to offer financial assistance to the organization’s cause was pronounced once again when she attended the 2015 EDGE Abseil that the institution hosted in 2015. In order to emphasize how much she believed in the medical research team of Tasmania and encourage others to do the same, she even bravely rappelled from the top of the Wrest Point Tower.
Outside of Work
Not entirely a hidden truth to many, Christanna Bevin is a specialist when it comes to Buteyko, a special kind of physical therapy which requires the patients who suffer from respiratory illnesses to perform various breathing exercises on a regular basis with the intention of countering the condition’s symptoms.