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Over the last 20 years, we’ve helped over half a million Australians find meaningful employment and we would love to do the same for you.

Our Employment Plus sites are located around Australia with trained staff ready to help you find work. Whether you’re a job seeker new to the workforce or a mature age worker, we have strong local industry links to connect you to the ideal employer. 

Getting started with us as a job seeker is easy. You can either reach out to us directly or come to us through Centrelink. If you’re with Centrelink, tell a staff member you want to work with Employment Plus. If you are unemployed and need assistance in finding a job, select Employment Plus when Centrelink asks for your preferred jobactive provider or give us a call on 136 123 so we can guide you through the process.

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How we can help you find a job

So how do we do it? We’ve secured access to some of Australia’s most successful employment programs – including jobactive, Transition to Work, Disability Employment Services and Smart, ParentsNext, Skilled and Hired – giving you the structure and support you need to find a job.

We help you by providing services that help with:

  • Training and upskilling
  • Career counselling
  • Resume writing
  • Interview skills and tips
  • Job search techniques
  • Work trials and work experience
  • Links to local employers
  • Free use of computers & WiFi access

Handy tips to help you find a job

If you’d like to work with us, head to our Careers page.


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