Dedicating Valentine’s Day to Our People
Every day, the AimBig teams build meaningful connections with participants and work hard to support positive outcomes. Whether they are customer service consultants, job coaches, business development specialists or managers, all of our team members across AimBig cherish the time spent working with participants.
As today is the day of celebrating love, we wanted to share why our team love working with AimBig participants.
“Without doubt, helping find their individual pathway to success, watching them on their journey and then seeing them reach their goals. Best thing ever. We are all so fortunate to be on the journey together.” – Adam Stone, Job Coach, Penrith.
“I can make participant’s smile and see a positive outcome! If I can do it, so can they.” Andi Halliwell, Customer Service Consultant, North Lakes.
“Making an impact on someone’s life is more rewarding. I’m providing care and support to someone who needs it the most and helping them to become more independent and confident in their own abilities. Every single day is chance to make a difference and this my reason to live for.” Jo-Anne Nepia, Job Coach, Corio.
“I love what I do for one major reason. Job satisfaction. About 80% of the time this role and the associated bureaucracy is unbelievably frustrating and at times traumatic. But when you achieve success and place someone into meaningful employment, who would otherwise not have had this opportunity, is the best feeling in the world. I drove road trains for a living before I started my career in employment services so I can most emphatically assure you I do not do this job for the money. I do it because I love it. I can say that I have actually changed the life of a person with a disability by helping them secure meaningful employment.” Ebony Meyn, Senior Job Coach, Rockingham.
“I believe that life is about giving our help to the ones need most. Also, it allows us to widen our world to experience compassion, love, and kindness, and reciprocate that trust into people’s hearts. Assisting people in diversity enables me to be grateful for each moment in life and rekindle a sense of purpose in their eyes. Seeing someone stepping out of their circumstances and starting to believe in themselves is the biggest empowerment I have ever received.” Jonathan Lau, Job Coach, Surry Hills.
“Working with AimBig Employment to be able to actively encourage, support and help our participants with a disability to achieve their goals and to live their lives to their fullest is incredibly rewarding. While I love the diversity of characters, skills, and stories of each individual, as like all of us, we all want to be heard, acknowledged and to respectfully have equal access to participate in society. So, we work to find a way, think outside the box, to help each individual participant gain independence in their lives and feel part of their community, and there is nothing better or more fulfilling than to receive a phone call and hear the happiness in their voice and the sense of pride and achievement they express when they reach their goals.” Sarah Cotton, Customer Service Consultant, Prospect.
“I enjoy creating possibilities that in some instances may not seem possible. In this industry you must be empathetic, patient and caring but also tenacious to create opportunities for the participants. I get a lot of satisfaction out of providing opportunities and creating better lives. It is such a rewarding feeling when you find the right fit for the employer and participant.” Ian Luteru, Business Development Manager.
“I love working with people who have Disabilities, as I find it very rewarding to helping people become more independent and confident in their own abilities” Kylie Rutten, Job Coach, Berrimah.
“Working in disability employment services gives you a chance to have a profound impact on an individual’s life. Opening opportunities for people that may not have had them in the past and seeing the difference it makes for not only their own future but their family’s future.” Jacinta Delander, Team Leader, Toowong.