Job Services Australia is the Australian Government employment services system that supports job seekers and employers.
Disability Employment Services (DES) helps people with disability find work and keep a job.
Australians in remote communities will be better placed under the Remote Jobs and Communities Program to find work and get the skills they need to become work ready. The program will start on 1 July 2013 and will help more people to get into jobs and participate in their communities.
The Experience+ initiative supports mature-age people to participate in the workforce. ...
The Australian Government undertakes research and analysis of employment trends across Australia to support government policy development. Employment related research in the areas of skill shortages, recruitment experiences, labour and skills needs and industry and employment trends is available.
Employers who want to employ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples can get financial help from the Australian Government. This help is available through the Indigenous Wage Subsidy (IWS) program.
Information is available on current, future and closed procurement activities (for employment services) run by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.
Job seekers interested in starting and running a small business may be able to get practical small business training, business mentoring and financial assistance from the Australian Government. This help is available through the New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS).
Employers who want to offer work placements and ongoing employment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tertiary students can get financial help from the Australian Government. This help is available through the Indigenous Cadetship Support program.
The Indigenous Opportunities Policy (IOP) aims to maximise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment opportunities and the engagement of Indigenous businesses through Australian Government procurement processes.
Businesses can get support to employ a diverse workforce, this includes programs and financial incentives that assist employers to hire and train mature age workers, people with disability and people who have been out of the workforce for a long time.
Learn Earn Legend! is an Australian Government initiative, which supports young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to stay at school and get a job and be a legend for themselves, their family and community. ...
Australian JobSearch is a jobs website. Employers can list jobs on the website for free and people can use the website to look for jobs.
Support is available under the Indigenous Employment Program (IEP) for employers, businesses and other organisations for activities or projects that help increase employment outcomes and economic participation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Employers who provide jobs to people who have been unemployed for a long time may be able to get financial help from the Australian Government. Some of this help is available through the Wage Connect subsidy.
Connections for Quality displays information about employment services providers on the Australian JobSearch website, this includes how a provider can help job seekers and employers in their local area. ...
People aged 45 years and over can get free career advice from professional career advisers through the Experience+ Career Advice telephone service.
The Australian Government has developed a range of resources and services to help employers to attract and retain mature-age workers through the Experience+ Corporate Champions Program.
The Seasonal Worker Program helps contribute to the economic development of participating countries, while also offering Australian employers in the horticulture industry the ability to employ workers from eight selected Pacific island countries and Timor- Leste when they cannot find enough local...
Australian Government Jobs and Skills Expos help connect job seekers with employment and training opportunities. Expos are held in selected areas, bringing employers, employment service providers, training organisations and job seekers together on one day, creating a one-stop-shop for jobs and...
Employers that employ people with disability may be able to get financial help from the Australian Government for equipment, modifications and services to support their employees. This help is available through the Employment Assistance Fund.
Employers may be able to get financial help from the Australian Government when they employ a mature-age job seeker.
Employers who offer paid work experience to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seeker can get financial help from the Australian Government through the CDEP Work Experience Subsidy program.
Australian job seekers and travellers visiting Australia who hold appropriate work visas can get help finding work picking fruit and other crops in rural and regional Harvest Trail areas across Australia. This help is available through the Harvest Labour Services.
Employers who give jobs to people with disability may be able to get financial help from the Australian Government. This help is available through the Wage Subsidy Scheme.