A CLEVELAND man with Down syndrome celebrates 10 years of working at&nbsp;a fast food outlet this month. Sean Hennessy got the job&nbsp;at Hungry Jacks in Alexandra Hills&nbsp;in May 2006 after receiving help from disability service provider Connect2Employment. Mr Hennessy, who is 27 years old, works eight hours a week at the store and is responsible for keeping the dining area clean and tidy. His support worker Louise Linnell from Connect2Employment said finding supportive employers for some of their clients can be a challenge. She said Hungry Jacks had employed people with disabilities at several stores over a number of years “For many people with disabilities, work is not about the money, it’s about being like everyone else,” Ms Linnell said. “It’s great for their health and self-esteem.” Mr Hennessy said he enjoys talking to customers while also doing his job of cleaning. “I have also got some friends here who I work with,” he said.