Our leadership team champion our vision and values. They are responsible for the strategic direction and the day-to-day activities of the company.

Adam Collison

Chief Executive

Adam Collison is the Chief Executive of Konekt Employment, one of Australia’s largest providers of government funded employment services.

As Chief Executive, Adam is responsible for all facets of the employment services business and for ensuring that Konekt Employment is positioned as a trusted leader, empowering people in the communities where they work and live.

Adam was previously General Manager Operations where he was responsible for all day-to-day operations for employment services.

Before joining Konekt Employment, Adam served in various senior management positions including General Manager Operations for Southern Cross Housing, Business Manager for UnitingRecovery, General Manager Client Services for Argyle Housing and Area Manager Operations for Life Without Barriers.

Adam has over 12 years’ employment services experience which has included National Manager roles at Mission Australia and Site Manager roles at Salvation Army Employment Plus and ipc Employment.

Jodie Gilliland  

General Manager – Compliance, Quality and Practice

Jodie is responsible for the compliance, quality and practice of our contracts.   A registered psychologist with 18 years’ experience in the employment sector, Jodie has held positions working directly with long term unemployed job seekers and has seen the impact that employment has on our clients, their families and the communities in which they live. She has also held senior leadership roles including Mission Australia’s National Account Manager (Job Services Australia, Disability Management Services and NEIS) and General Manager supporting the delivery of employment programs across NSW/ACT.  These programs have assisted thousands of disadvantaged Australians to gain independence through strong connections and partnerships with employers, vocational and non-vocational providers.  Jodie’s ethos is that “work works”.