Paralympic Workplace Diversity Program

The Paralympic Workplace Diversity Program (PWDP) is an initiative of Paralympics Australia designed to help place past and present Para-athletes into employment. Paralympic Employment Providers offer flexible work environments and meaningful career opportunities specific to the skills, experience and career goals of each participant. 360 HR Consulting, a boutique recruitment and consulting organisation based in Sydney, has been appointed by Paralympics Australia to manage the PWDP.

Become a Paralympic Employment Provider

Athlete Testimonial

“360 HR Consulting was extremely helpful in keeping me up-to-date with what was going on and were happy to answer any of my questions at any time. Before my interview, they made sure I was aware of what I could come up against in the interview and this made it much easier for me to be myself. I had never done an interview with a panel of people before, so with the tips 360 HR had given me, I was much more prepared for anything that may have been thrown at me. The Paralympic Workplace Diversity Program is fantastic for the athletes who have joined it. My employer has been so supportive of my swimming career. Everyone is happy.” – Matt Levy, Para-swimming

To register your interest in the PWDP, please contact:

Di Pass
PWDP Project Manager
360HR
dipass@360hr.com.au
02 9819 6324

Myreen Aronowitz
PWDP Project Coordinator
360HR
myreen@360hr.com.au
02 9819 6324

Paralympic Employment Providers
OrganisationsAthletes
AAMIHenry de Cure, wheelchair tennis
Curtis Palmer, wheelchair rugby
Matthew Silcocks, Para-athletics
ABC TVKelly Cartwright, Para-powerlifting
Shelley Chaplin, wheelchair basketball
Kylie Gauci, wheelchair basketball
Ben Weekes, wheelchair tennis
AIGPeter Brooks, Para-cycling
Shelley Chaplin, wheelchair basketball
AllianzPeter Brooks, Para-cycling
Tina McKenzie, wheelchair basketball
Michelle Rzepecki, goalball
ANZBen Atkins, football 7-a-side
Shane Brand, wheelchair rugby
Sam Byrne, goalball
AusAidKatrina Lewis, Para-swimming
Australian Sports FederationChris Bond, wheelchair rugby
Deakin UniversitySam Byrne, goalball
Department of DefenceKaty Parrish, Para-athletics
Department of EducationMichael Dobbie, wheelchair tennis
Department of Foreign Affairs and TradeMatt Cowdrey, Para-swimming
Peter Leek, Para-swimming
Katrina Porter, Para-swimming
Department of HealthBradley Mark, Para-shooting
Sean Russo, Para-swimming
Department of Social ServicesShannon Bates, Para-powerlifting
Shelley Chaplin, wheelchair basketball
Nick Radovich, wheelchair basketball
Jayden Sawyer, Para-athletics
FaHCSIAErynne Conrad, goalball
Wade McMahon, Para-athletics
George Weston FoodsAlexandra Lisney, Para-cycling
IHGMadeleine Hogan, Para-athletics
MaddocksJayden Sawyer, Para-athletics
Medibank PrivateLeanne Del Toso, wheelchair basketball
Oriel TechnologiesDavid Selby, wheelchair basketball
Paralympics AustraliaBrad Scott, Para-athletics
PWCShannon Bates, Para-powerlifting
Queensland RailBenaiah Newton, football 5-a-side
RabobankKeegan Oh-Chee, wheelchair tennis
RailcorpStuart Hume, Para-alpine skiing
RecallJayme Richardson, Para-cycling
RTAAidan Bennison, football 7-a-side
Lisa Edmonds, wheelchair basketball
Brett Fairhall, football 7-a-side
Melanie Hall, wheelchair basketball
Sarah Rose, Para-swimming
SuncorpRyley Batt, wheelchair rugby
Shelley Cronau, wheelchair basketball
Sarah Hilt, Para-swimming
Sydney Opera HouseMichelle Rzepecki, goalball
TALPrue Watt, Para-swimming
WestpacMatt Levy, Para-swimming