On Thursday 24th August, FirstAction and RiskLogic were very happy to be a part of our very own Kumar Sivanesan’s Australian Citizenship ceremony, held in Ryde, Sydney.
At FirstAction, we believe our diverse, multicultural and multi-skilled workforce is what contributes to our growing success. Since 2005, our Directors Joshua & Daniel Shields have always believed in an equal, strong workforce that brings in people from all backgrounds. It is this simple value that makes us extra proud to see one of our own join our family and our country.
General Manager of FirstAction, Phil Archer mentioned after the ceremony, “Kumar’s skills in CAD drafting identified him as the leading candidate for the role within FirstAction to oversee evacuation diagram design & development. Kumar moved from Adelaide to join the FirstAction team 12 months ago in which he has grown & flourished constantly through this time. We as a team are very proud that Kumar has decided to become an Australian citizen which ensures he continues to be part of our diverse team of multicultural staff moving into the future”For Kumar, becoming a citizen is everything.
“It was my dream to become an Australian Citizen and it took four years to get that. I am so proud and I take pride in part of a vibrant and multi-cultural country which offers so many opportunities in various fields to immigrants from all over the world.
I always dreamt of getting a job in my field but I never thought I’d be working in this great company with such diverse background. I would like to thank Daniel and Joshua Shields for offering me this job and believing in me. I would like to thank my Managers Phil, Jackie Savci and the entire FirstAction and Risklogic team for their enormous support. It is my privilege to work with such like-minded, passionate people. I plan to buy a house and settle down here and I’ll keep on learning to develop myself professionally and in a way to the development of this great country”.
We’d like to congratulate Kumar on his new citizenship here in Australia and wish him the best of luck for his future as an Australian.