The team

André Rousseau – General Manager

The feeling of having been helpful in assisting someone with their job aspirations is what I get from my work. This is where and how it all makes sense.

“The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.”

– Vince Lombardi (1913-1970, ex Professional American football coach)

Karim Bouaoui – Administrative Assistant

What I like best about my work at Cible is the diversity of the team. It is what contributes to its strength and richness. It is this diversity that pulls us continually forward, towards achievement and success.

“He who differs from me, far from harming me, enriches me.

-Saint-Exupery

Patricia Bélanger – Employment Counsellor

A member of the team since 2002, nothing in the world gives me more pleasure than to see a participant work through their fears and questions, become aware of their full value, feel well supported, and, most of all, tell me that they have obtained the job they coveted so much. Of course, in order for this to happen, one must complete the “homework” that I assign between each meeting. 😉

“I have learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

– Maya Angelou

Maribel Palacios – Receptionist

Employed at Cible for a few years now, I offer support by listening to people who ask for information about our services, and by welcoming our participants with a smile. Moreover, this job allows me to harmonize my communication skills with my values, such as collaboration and helping others.

“ Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.”

-Confucius

Gabriel Beauchemin, Employment Counsellor

Passionate about new tendencies in job search, I stay abreast of innovations in the field of employability and understand the workings of the automatic mechanisms of this evolving world. In short, I am a very good captain to place at the helm of your ship in the storm of changing technology.

“If one does not know to which port one is sailing, no wind is favourable.”

-Seneca

Katrine Paquette, Guidance Counsellor

To make a career choice is to transpose what one is to professional activities. Not always easy, is it? My interest in getting to know you is my main tool. Through orientation, I accompany you in developing the resources that will allow you to make an informed choice. In job search, the goal is to optimize your tools and strategies in order to maximize the presentation of your value. By privileging your autonomy, I hope to make sure that what you learn now will help you in the future.

“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.”

-James Dean

Sylvie Moisan – Employment Counseller

Involved in community-focused work settings for over 10 years, my first objective is to accompany my participants so that they find work that corresponds to their professional goals or that will allow them to attain them. In order to do this, I help people to take stock of their career and strengths so that they are well equipped to succeed.

“The best way to predict the future is to create it”.

– Abraham Lincoln

Audrey Gabrini – Employment Counseller

I prefer to teach someone the tools they need to survive and attain their potential, by helping them to use what they’ve learnt in the past to move forward. It is in this way that a person can really reach their potential and make a community flourish.

“Starting over is the opportunity to come back better than before”.

– Ryan Kahn (Author of Get Hired)

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