Laurianne joined DVJS in 2011 initially as a casual trainer & then became permanent in 2012. In 2014 Laurianne became our PPS & Compliance Manager due to her vision, hardwork and thoroughness. Laurianne is driven to create sustainable employment outcomes for people with disabilities & is passionate about providing a quality, pro-active & responsive service that truly delivers to both employers and job seekers.
Kerri joined DVJS in 2014 seeking a career change from managing a restaurant for over 10 years. Kerri's management experience gives her great insight as to employers needs & of the potential positions that can be created in the workplace for our job seekers. Kerri is committed & passionate about finding job seekers jobs they are proud of & where they are valued.
Denise commenced with DVJS in 2012, starting as a part time trainer & later that year moving to a Post Placement support position. Denise has worked in the disability employment field for over 16 years between open & supported employment. Denise grew up working in her families’ small business, which has provided her with excellent grounding to see perspectives of both an employer & employee. Her passion for this sector comes from seeing people overcome their barriers to be positive contributors to society.
Willie joined DVJS in 2014 having worked in similar role with another provider. Willie has a background in business development & sales & enjoys meeting new people through building employer networks & assisting job seekers attain suitable & rewarding jobs. Willie is the most down-to-earth person one could meet & in his spare time he enjoys the activities at the Carrum Downs Samoan Seventh Day Adventist Church working with youth & young couples.
Post Placement Consultant
Alison recommenced with DVJS in March 2019. Alison had previously worked with DVJS for 4 years in similar role and has been working in the disability field for over 14 years. Alison has also been running her own business which gives her excellent grounding to see both the employer and worker perspectives.