Jeremy’s role involves co-ordinating and editing media at Pulse Radio’s, Pulse Media Productions and operates the cameras at The Pulse, for filming and interviewing purposes. He is also the LMS/Multimedia Support Officer where he helps develop e-learning programs for students. He also has a multimedia qualifications which includes digital design, graphic design and sound engineering. When he began at Diversitat three years ago, he immediately got the impression that it was a very friendly and approachable place to work, as everyone seemed very willing to help one another. Three words that came to Jeremy’s mind when asked to describe Diversitat were that it is a respectful, welcoming and overall, helpful environment.
If Jeremy could change anything in the world, he would give our youth more of a chance in society and put more money into our education services, to ensure people are educated enough to fill future jobs. When not working, Jeremy’s ideal place to spend time would be in Fairhaven, close to the beach, along the Great Ocean Road.