Onpoint provides a range of technology, recruitment services and management consulting solutions and services.
Onpoint provides services to a range of clients in the public, private and not-for-profit organisations. We have solid experience in immigration, health, education, indigenous cultural, scientific sectors.
Our team of fully qualified and highly experienced experts in their field have successfully delivered a range of projects and services.
We have held a range of specialist and executive roles, we are ready and able to assist you to meet your business challenges. We are both strategic and practical. Our team has extensive real life experience, this enables us to appropriately support you and the challenges facing your organisation.
Onpoint 365 is a proud supply nation certified company. We improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander (A&TI) people through employment services, training and programs.
We invite Connect with Onpoint 365 to see how we can assist you and your organisation.
Meet our executive team
Ryan O’Neil, Chief Executive Officer
Ryan is the Onpoint Technology lead & CEO. Ryan’s area of expertise is Infrastructure and data storage. Ryan is highly valued by clients for this experience and expertise that solves their technology challenges with tailored solutions and is committed to quality.
Ryan’s longstanding career in the technology sector and experience will support you to address your information technology needs.
Ryan O’Neil a proud member of the Larrakia nation of the Northern Territory.
Susan O’Neil, Account Manager
Susan is a proven leader and has held a number of senior executive roles in public and private organisations.
Susan has lead service delivery operations for Telstra and has a strong focus on strategic management, change and leadership development.
Susan has been the Head of People for a number of public and private organisation and is highly regarded.
Susan is a member of AICD, AHRI and CDAA.
Bilawara Lee, Senior Cultural Adviser
Onpoint cultural consulting principal is a proud Elder of the Larrakia Nation of Darwin NT. Aunty Bilawara has a long and distinguished career of consulting with the public sector (commonwealth/state/territory), Community Organisation, Key Stakeholders and educational institutions. She is an internationally published author and workshop presenter on the ancient wisdoms of Aboriginal spirituality and healing and is acknowledge and respected as a Spiritual Healer and Teacher.
Bilawara is the Australian Aboriginal representative on the International Indigenous Grandmothers Council since 2007 and currently is the Larrakia Academic in Residence at Charles Darwin University and is a faculty member of the Casa de La Luna Institute of California USA.
Bilawara has been a member of the National NAIDOC Committee for over 7 years and has been a valuable member to many other local and national committee and is respected for her governance knowledge and skills.
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