Julian started his career in recruitment back in 2004 and has a wealth of experience across recruitment and client partnerships.
He was new to the industry when he started with WorkPac as a Recruitment Coordinator based in Brisbane. He continued to develop his skill set as he progressed into various roles including Recruitment Team Leader, Business Development Manager and Business Centre Manager.
During his time with WorkPac, he established ongoing business relationships with leading companies in Civil/Construction, Electrical and Manufacturing in Brisbane.
Based in Perth, Cliff heads up the sales team as the National Business Manager. Cliff has previously worked as a Director and mentor for multiple not-for-profit Aboriginal organisations. His passion and experience is connecting Aboriginal businesses, and in turn this has had a positive effect on Indigenous job opportunities.
Cliff has experience working within a registered training organisation with a focus on student outcomes. He also has experience in management consultation, mentoring, team building, professional development, strategic implementation, and company collaboration.
Kristel has connections to the Torres strait through her mothers line and kin ties to Wuthathi throughout Lockhart River.
Her career pathway started as a Cadet with Act for Kids & Child Safety before moving to Native Title to work closer with mob at the Cape York Land Council for 5 years. Kristel then ventured into State and Local Government work refining her Executive and corporate skillset for a further 7 years before having the opportunity to experience the Civil & mining sector in a management capacity.
Kristel is extremely excited and proud to be able to return to the workspace with mob to share and provide support for greater outcomes.
Kristel is a strong advocate for Mental Health & suicide Prevention with experience of delivering Stronger Smarter Yarns throughout QLD within communities.
Temika has dynamic professional background, including a successful Account Management and Business Development career, backed by her experiences growing her own business in 2015.
Temika is a Wonnarua woman, who’s goal is to identify top-tier talent and forge strong partnerships with Indigenous clients and businesses. She enjoys finding innovative solutions for businesses to achieve long-term success, and looks forward to creating positive and inclusive relationships that benefit Community.
Lisa’s most recent experience is working for Royal Lifesaving Society of WA coordinating on country cultural identity and knowledge programs, combined with aquatic qualifications for Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal young people.
She implemented these programs within schools, Department of Communities, Police and Department of Justice. The programs achieved great results both culturally and aquatically.
Lisa also runs all aspects of very successful election campaigns, have a long history of working with Local, State and Federal Governments representing community groups.
Lisa is super keen to put all this experience together to help expand JobTrail in Western Australia.