Your Team

Our dedicated team of compassionate and skilled disability management, administration and disability support workers is committed to providing exceptional care and support, empowering individuals to live independently and thrive in their daily lives.

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Your Team

Our dedicated team of compassionate and skilled disability management, administration and disability support workers is committed to providing exceptional care and support, empowering individuals to live independently and thrive in their daily lives.

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The Crew

Our Administration Team

Introducing our amazing team behind the scenes, working hard to help our clients and staff reach their goals. 

Joseph, a LevelUp Independent Living Manager, is seen confidently smiling in a suit against an orange circle backdrop.

Joseph

Manager

Haley, a service coordinator and on-call officer at LevelUp Independent Living, is wearing a black floral top.

Hayley

Service Coordinator and On-call Officer

Jess, a confident and stylish service coordinator at LevelUp Independent Living, is wearing a black shirt.

Jess

Service Coordinator (Client Services)

Cynthia, a blonde woman in black suit, is an on-call officer at LevelUp Independent Living.

Cynthia

On-call Officer

Krystalee, a service coordinator for LevelUp Independent Living, exudes confidence and style in her black shirt.

Krystalee

Service Coordinator (Client Services)

Our Disability Support Workers

Jeff Web

jeff

I’ve been working as a disability support worker for the past 18 months, and let me tell you, it’s been an amazing experience. Being with my clients each day feels like hanging out with a good friend. I genuinely enjoy doing activities with them, like going to the movies, taking leisurely drives, and exploring the beautiful beaches along the Sunshine Coast. Building connections with my clients and their families is something I find truly rewarding. Honestly, being a disability support worker has been one of the most fulfilling careers I’ve had. The sense of satisfaction I get from making a positive impact in their lives is truly priceless.

Fun facts: Cooking, fishing, and driving my Camaro

man

alan

As a disability support worker, my previous experience as a manager in the retail sector has provided me with invaluable opportunities to engage with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Throughout my career, I have demonstrated a natural ability to empathise with others and offer assistance whenever needed. This innate quality has proven beneficial in various aspects of my life.

When I transitioned into the field of disability care, I discovered a sense of purpose and fulfilment. Assisting individuals with disabilities is more than just a job to me; it’s a mutually beneficial experience for both my clients and myself. Witnessing my clients laugh and share jokes brings immense joy and fulfilment. Knowing that I have made their day better is a priceless reward. At the end of each shift, I leave with a deep sense of satisfaction, eagerly looking forward to the next opportunity to make a positive impact in someone’s life.

Fun fact: I have three citizenships and lived in four countries. 

 

Meet your team of disability support workers, dedicated to supporting you on your journey towards achieving your goals and enjoying a fulfilling life.

MIcah

Micah

Bachelor of Speech Pathology

For as long as I’ve known, I have wanted to work in the community, helping people to achieve their goals. From conducting rock climbing classes through university to working as a Speech Pathologist in schools in Maryborough, I have found great joy in helping people overcome challenges in their way. Being a disability support worker has allowed me to develop meaningful connections with the people I work with and share many great successes along the way.

Fun fact: I love sports! I am an avid rock climber, but team sports are my passion. When I am not at work, I like to be with my team playing field hockey, futsal and mixed netball.

Mitch Web

mitch

Hi, I’m Mitch, and I’m a 30-year-old support worker. I have been working in this industry for over five years now and have absolutely loved the change in careers. It’s such a rewarding job and a great pleasure seeing my clients grow. Outside of work, I love all things sports and outdoors, including camping, fishing, surfing, travel, AFL and Basketball.

Fun fact: I used to be a landscaper for over a decade!

Ron web

ron

Certificate III in Individual Support, Medication Assist, Maybo (Positive and Safer Outcomes), First Aid & CPR, and Introduction to the Queensland Human Rights Act 2019 (V3).

My name is Ronald, I am a Disability Support Worker. I have 13 years of experience supporting clients within the Aged Care and Disability sectors with a wide range of daily tasks, including personal hygiene, mobility and transportation assistance, medication assistance, shopping, food preparation, domestic tasks, clinical appointments, and coordination of social events.

As a lone worker in the field, I have developed a high level of patience, emotional resilience, and being empathetic towards everyone. The ability to make a good impact, developing positive relationships with clients and their families – bringing happiness and laughter to brighten their day. My passion and dedication are to maximise the quality of life given to my client.


My outdoor interest includes flying radio control planes, fishing, golf, and camping.

 

Ben, a disability support worker at LevelUp, is wearing a blue-green T-shirt and is seated comfortably in a chair.

Ben

Certificate III Individual support worker in Disability / Certificate III Commercial Cookery

I love my job as a disability support worker because I think it is quite rewarding in that I can be of a little help to clients who may need assistance in their daily lives. ‘Big things grow from a little thing’. I cherish all my clients and value my relationship with them.

Fun Fact: I used to be a Japanese translator back in Korea and a qualified chef here in Australia. I am also quite good at making sushi. My signature sushi is like Seared salmon with avocado as well as Seared eye fillet with avocado sushi. Did you know that I am the first person who introduced ‘SEARED EYE FILLET WITH AVOCADO SUSHI’ to the Sunshine Coast in 2012 when I came up here as a chef on the coast.

Billy, the Disability Support Worker at LevelUp, is wearing a white t-shirt and glasses and smiling warmly.

Billy

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)- February 2021- June 2025 / Bachelor of Human Services- February 2019- February 2021 / NDIS Screen Worker Module

Greetings! I am Billy, and I am excited to share my story with you. Working with new people is a delight for me. Building meaningful relationships and making a positive impact in their lives is incredibly rewarding. Encouraging individuals to reach their goals and witnessing their personal growth is a privilege that fills me with pride.

In my downtime, you’ll often find me enjoying the beach or going for nature walks. The tranquil atmosphere and natural beauty inspire me and help me approach my work with renewed energy. Cooking is another passion of mine, and I love sharing culinary experiences with the individuals I support. Additionally, taking care of general household tasks and creating a safe and welcoming environment brings me satisfaction. Engaging in activities like playing video games and watching movies allows us to have fun and strengthen our relationships.

Completing my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology reflects my commitment to understanding human behaviour and providing effective support. This knowledge enhances my ability to communicate, offer emotional support, and meet the unique needs of individuals with disabilities. My diverse range of interests, combined with my psychology background, enables me to make a positive impact in the lives of those I support, promoting their overall well-being and development.

Fun Fact: I have a knack for memorising movie quotes. I can recite lines from a wide range of movies, from classic comedies to epic adventures. It’s like having a personal library of memorable movie moments stored in my brain. So, if you ever need a movie quote to brighten up a conversation or want a recommendation based on your favourite genre, I’ve got you covered!

man

alan

As a disability support worker, my previous experience as a manager in the retail sector has provided me with invaluable opportunities to engage with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Throughout my career, I have demonstrated a natural ability to empathise with others and offer assistance whenever needed. This innate quality has proven beneficial in various aspects of my life.

When I transitioned into the field of disability care, I discovered a sense of purpose and fulfilment. Assisting individuals with disabilities is more than just a job to me; it’s a mutually beneficial experience for both my clients and myself. Witnessing my clients laugh and share jokes brings immense joy and fulfilment. Knowing that I have made their day better is a priceless reward. At the end of each shift, I leave with a deep sense of satisfaction, eagerly looking forward to the next opportunity to make a positive impact in someone’s life.

Fun fact: I have three citizenships and lived in four countries. 

 

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