Aboriginal services

If you're an Aboriginal person looking to get into training, find employment or further your career there is a range of culturally sensitive training, employment and career support services available to assist you.   Your local Jobs and Skills Centre has experience helping  Aboriginal jobseekers in Western Australia choose a training course or find their career path and employment.

If you're an employer looking for resources, advice or support on recruitment and retention strategies to make your workplaces and employment practices more culturally sensitive and welcoming to Aboriginal people, we can help.

Follow the quick links below, or take a look at what specialist Aboriginal services are available at your local Jobs and Skills Centre.

Services for regional areas

The Bungle Bungle Range,  Purnululu National Park, in the Kimberley region of WA

Jobs and Skills Centres will be opening progressively in regional areas of Western Australia through 2018–19. 

Career, training and jobseeker support for Aboriginal people will continue to be available in the meantime through the regional  Aboriginal Workforce Development Centres (AWDCs).

View the location and contact details for regional AWDCs
 

The natural rock bridge at Torndirrup National Park, Albany WA

Aboriginal jobs board

Jobs and Skills Centres  work with employers all over Western Australia to find great job opportunities for Aboriginal people, and post them on the free online jobs board. There's a great range of vacancies to browse through, from casual or part-time work through to full time positions in a range of areas including the WA public sector (Government).

You can also register with the jobs board – free of charge – and you will receive an email notification whenever a job vacancy comes up that matches what you're looking for. Plus you'll get an online space where you can save your CV/resumé, references, job applications or portfolio.

Check out the Aboriginal services jobs board