I am a leading specialist in the creation and delivery of preeminent employment programs for clients affected by major barriers.
I am proof that The Job Whisperer methods work, having struggled with addiction to now being over 29 years clean and sober and running 2 successful businesses.
I have Community Welfare qualifications majoring in Drug and Alcohol, and have worked alongside treatment centres in Rozelle, Nowra, Cessnock, Nambour, Kempsey, Toongabbie, Canberra and Campbelltown to help residents find employment, an empowering step in the journey to recovery.
Helping my clients overcome barriers to employment is a key component of my business. I have worked with the Compulsory Drug treatment Correctional Centre (CDTCC) at Parklea prison, and the Dandenong Drug Court in Melbourne.
I have achieved wonderful results as an on-site employment program consultant for one of the major alcohol and drug Treatment Centres in Australia across three different sites. I built employment networks between Community Corrections and jobactive and DES Providers in Liverpool and Minto NSW, helping to provide better drug and alcohol employment services in these disadvantaged areas.
My 10+ years of recruitment and recruitment agency management, as well as over 15 years of experience of onsite, consulting and managing jobactive pathways has allowed me a holistic view of the recruitment process, using my guidance and experience to help my clients achieve success.
Providing ongoing support to my clients is a key component of my business. I guarantee that I will work with each client, regardless of any major barriers, until they instigate a positive lifestyle change or until they locate study and/or employment.
In the past my programmes have been funded through the EPF, FFP and other innovative funding methods, as The Job Whisperer method consistently provides results. I am able to provide and tailor my training programmes to suit the requirements of employment counselling services, get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further.