ESS Super has appointed Robbie Campo as chief executive who would join the firm in mid-July from Cbus where she is currently group executive- brand, engagement, advocacy and product.
She would take over from David Daley, who had been carrying out the role in an acting capacity following the departure of Mark Puli.
ESS said Campo was appointed after a full market search and was selected from a strong field of candidates.
Joan Fitzpatrick, president of the ESS Super board, said: “Robbie will bring deep experience and capability to the fund's strategic and operational goals combined with a demonstrated commitment to long term value creation and our member centric and high-performance culture.
“Our members will benefit greatly from Robbie's wealth of experience in strategy, innovation, member engagement, communication and managing large transformation programs, all gained through her many years as an executive and through her non-executive director roles."
Campo said: “ESS Super is a unique and important super, serving those who have served the Victorian community throughout their working lives. I am committed to ensuring that ESS Super continues to be a leading fund, trusted by its members to deliver them the best outcomes in retirement.”