The team at Jobfind is committed to working in a friendly and flexible way to assist you with finding employment. Our aim is to give you a competitive edge in accessing job opportunities and securing work.
Looking for a job in a call centre, administration or customer service?
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Depending on your individual needs in relation to the job market, and the length of time you have been looking for employment, we will work with you to develop strategies to get you back into the workforce.
Our services to job seekers include:
A personal employment consultant to assist you with finding work
On-site job search assistance including computers and free Wi-Fi
Assistance with preparing resumes
Access to a wide range of job vacancies
Assistance to start work and support to stay in work
Supporting You to Stay at Work
Some people quickly settle into a new job and work environment. Others may find they need support to adjust. Once you begin work your personal employment consultant stays in regular contact to provide advice and support to maintain your employment.
Service Delivery Plan for Job Seekers
Our Service Delivery Plan for Job Seekers explains the particular services you can expect from your team at Jobfind. Service Delivery Plans are displayed at all our offices and are available to job seekers.
Indigenous Job Seekers
At Jobfind we offer specific strategies to assist Indigenous job seekers. These include access to our Indigenous Employment Officer who offers and provides each individual with support, access to designated Indigenous vacancies, employer advocacy and referral to Indigenous organisations for further community support.
Jobfind partnerships include organisations assisting:
• Ethnic communities and refugees
• People who are homeless
• Indigenous job seekers
• Mature age job seekers
• Principal Carer Parents
• People with disability
• Young people
These can provide you with further support and assistance.