Acadian Companies Recognizes Dedicated Employees

2021 Acadian Companies’ Support Employee of the Year: Kordel Andrews; Opelousas General Health System Promotes Jim Juneau to Executive Vice President; Gabe Armand Named 2024 SMS Employee of the Year at Acadian Companies.

Acadian Companies has recently recognized Kordel Andrews as the Support Employee of the Year. Andrews, a fleet maintenance technician, joined Acadian in 2020 and is based out of the New Orleans office. His responsibilities include inspecting and repairing company vehicles, performing preventive maintenance on the ambulance fleet, and conducting mechanical and electrical repairs as necessary.

Acadian’s support departments cater to its seven divisions, and Andrews was selected from among all employees in various fields including client services, accounting, payroll, electronics, facility maintenance, fleet maintenance, information technology, and others. The recipient of the award was chosen based on their contributions to the organization’s success.

Meanwhile, Jim Juneau has been appointed as the Executive Vice President of Business Strategy and Finance at Opelousas General Health System (OGHS). Juneau has extensive experience in health care having started his career in the industry in 1978 at Rapides Regional Medical Center. He previously served as Chief Financial Officer of OGHS for 14 years before taking on his new role. Juneau is an alumnus of Louisiana College.

In other news, Gabe Armand has been recognized as the 2024 Employee of the Year at Acadian Companies’ Safety Management Systems (SMS). Armand joined SMS through their Attract Recruit Deploy program aimed at training new safety professionals. SMS offers services to the energy and industrial construction sectors.

Each of these individuals has made significant contributions to their respective organizations and has been recognized for their hard work and dedication. Their achievements serve as an inspiration to others in their fields and demonstrate that with determination and dedication anything is possible.

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