Meet Brad Byrne
Brad is an innovative team-oriented leader who is enthusiastic about empowering others through person-centric approaches. Brad is experienced in sales management, program design, process optimisation and inclusive recruitment. Brad has a passion for facts and figures and the ability to communicate information to a wide audience. He is experienced in business management and has a rich understanding of the challenges faced by industry and the benefits to be had in partnership, innovation, and inclusive employment practices.
Meet Rachel Salesse
Rachel joined EV as a graphic design volunteer and quickly cemented herself as a key part of the team. Her strengths in marketing and project delivery coupled with a clear understanding of volunteering as a pathway to employment saw her step into a key role designed to create opportunities for young people to explore career opportunities. Rachel has strong administration, report writing, social media and design skills. Rachel is an excellent communicator who is passionate about inclusive employment and excited about joining the Local Jobs team.
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Hear from people who have used our services
“All good Brad – that’s what we’re all here for.
It’s the least we can do -given you’re bringing a superstar work ethic and commitment to this engagement. It is a real pleasure witnessing your work and I am glad Reg, Sharon, myself, and no doubt the partners and participants will be greatly influenced and impacted by this.
So, thank you.”
Mariam Riza, Principal Advisor
Local Employment Transition Services (LETS) | Employment and Small Business Department of Jobs, Skills, Industry and Regions (DJSIR)
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