To assist and support Aboriginal jobseekers in Western Australia to find employment, we have created an Aboriginal services jobs board. Jobs and Skills Centres throughout WA:
- work closely with employers, business owners and industry to find employment opportunities for Aboriginal people;
- identify vacancies available within the WA public sector (government); and
- work with our registered jobseekers to match them up with employment opportunities that suit their skills and knowledge, helping to ensure that employers find the 'right fit' for their business.
The Aboriginal services jobs board is a completely free service for both jobseekers and employers.
For Aboriginal jobseekers, the jobs board gives you access to jobs that have been selected especially for you.
You can search for jobs on there at any time, but if you register with the jobs board you’ll receive email updates whenever a new job comes up that matches what you're looking for.
You can also use the jobs board to save documents such as your CV, resumé and other job application items so you can access them easily and quickly when applying for jobs online through the jobs board.
Registration is free! Go check it out, and get yourself set up.
If you're looking for an Aboriginal employee, or employees, there's no better place to advertise your vacancy than the Aboriginal services jobs board. As a registered employer, this quick and easy-to-use service lets you create your own job advertisements and post them to the jobs board. We can also help you manage your recruitment process with the free tools available through the jobs board.
We will look for matches with our registered jobseekers and refer them to your vacancy, and registered jobseekers who match what you're looking for will be notified of your vacancy.
The jobs board is a completely free service to support employers and business owners.
The Jobs and Skills Centre Deadly Jobs page on Facebook is a great way to find employment opportunities plus tips and useful information to help Aboriginal jobseekers.
And remember, your local Jobs and Skills Centre can help both jobseekers and employers with free advice about training, career development and employment.