Albany Jobs and Skills Centre

Located on the Albany campus of South Regional TAFE, the Albany Jobs and Skills Centre offers a range of information and services around training and career development.

We can provide free professional and practical advice on training and employment opportunities including careers advice, apprenticeship and training information, Aboriginal services and partnerships with industry, and help with job searching and direct links into employment. Our team also has expertise in business and workplace development and welcomes employers and business owners to discuss the workplace needs.

The Albany Jobs and Skills Centre is supported by career services from Worklink, and Aboriginal services from Impact Services. We also provide outreach services at other locations such as Esperance, Katanning, Mount Barker, Denmark. We attend these locations on a regular basis and encourage you to phone our office on 13 64 64 or 08 6371 3740 or email the team at to see when our next visit is scheduled.  

We have established a very strong partnership with the Albany Chamber of Commerce and Industry responsible for facilitating the Working Together program.

We also work collaboratively with industry to offer information, support and advice to business owners and operators in the Great Southern to attract, recruit and retain Aboriginal employees. 

Our convenient location near the heart of Albany makes it easy to get to by public transport. More information about getting here and parking is below. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Our services

Aboriginal services

Kaya! Welcome to Aboriginal Services at Albany Jobs and Skills Centre.

Welcome to the Aboriginal Services at the Albany Jobs and Skills Centre located in the noongar boodja of the Menang people.

We assist Aboriginal people in Western Australia to get into training or a job, working closely with employers to create job opportunities for Aboriginal people including school leavers. Albany Jobs and Skills Centre can provide:

  • culturally sensitive employment and career services;
  • information on choosing the best training option for your personal and work goals;
  • access to job opportunities through our Aboriginal jobs board;
  • help with resumés and job applications; and
  • referrals to other services, depending on your needs.

We can also assist employers and businesses to create a more culturally aware workplace that can attract and retain Aboriginal employees.

To find out more about our Aboriginal services and how we can help you, or the free online jobs board please give us a call, send us an email, or come and visit us.

You can also explore the Aboriginal services section of our website for information, resources and tools

Meet the team

Shirley Badger is the manager of the Albany Jobs and Skills Centre. With over 15 years’ experience in training and industry engagement, she has plenty of knowledge to help you get the best service from the JSC. 

Tanya Paunic is our Senior Client Engagement Officer, specialised in career planning and has a knack for resumes and writing winning job applications. Tanya has a diverse background from managing a busy construction contractors’ office in Port Hedland to working in a Commonwealth Government MP’s office as an advisor. With proven project management experience and the ability to develop strong and productive partnerships, Tanya is passionate about working with all stakeholders to create sustainable pathways and enhance workforce participation and development. 

Georgia Scott is employed by Impact Services as a Career Development Advisor. Georgia is a local Aboriginal woman and is passionate about helping people with their skills and recognising their strengths to gain employment in chosen pathways. Whether through job ready programs, or one-on-one support. Georgia is available for resume, job application support, career guidance and many more services. 
Georgia has been working in the employment industry sector for nine years. During this time Georgia has been assisting jobseekers in overcoming the barriers to employment, career planning, creating resumes, and as a liaison with Aboriginal agencies, elders and stakeholders in finding opportunities for Aboriginal job seekers. 

Call the Albany JSC on 13 64 64 or 08 6371 3740 and speak to Shirley, Tanya or Georgia – or email and make a time to see us.  

Our free jobs boards

We work closely with employers, business owners and industry to identify and create employment opportunities.
View our jobs board
We also have a free jobs board with deadly jobs for Aboriginal people.
View our Aboriginal services jobs board
For all the latest news and information about deadly job opportunities, follow our Deadly Jobs page on Facebook.
Deadly Jobs Facebook page!

If you would like assistance with applying for an opportunity, please call us on 13 64 64 or 08 6371 3740 and speak to Shirley, Tanya or Georgia – or email and make a time to see us. 

Careers, training and jobs

We provide free and independent training information and career guidance to assist you with information on education and training courses, career pathway options and the career planning process. Albany Jobs and Skills Centre can help you with:

  • discovering your career interests and focusing your career choices;
  • career planning tools and resources;
  • skills and qualification recognition information
  • education and training options;
  • apprenticeship and traineeship assistance;
  • career pathway information;
  • making choices and action planning; and
  • job matching and your job search.

To find out more about our career services and how we can help you please give us a call, send us an email, or come and visit us. 

You can also look at the Get that job section of our website for career development information, resources and tools

Employers and business

Albany Jobs and Skills Centre provides the following services to employers and businesses.

  • Assistance with recruitment, including for apprentices and trainees
  • Advertising your employment opportunities on our free online jobs board
  • Workforce development advice
  • Advertising your employment opportunities for Aboriginal people on our free online Aboriginal jobs board
  • Information on training and/or courses
  • Resources and advice on Aboriginal recruitment and retention strategies
  • Information on training solutions and services that can be customised to meet enterprise-specific needs

We will also engage with local communities and industries to help build local workforce solutions.

To find out more about these services and how we can help you please give us a call, send us an email, or come and visit us. 

You can also look at the For employers section of our website for career development information, resources and tools

Regional services

Our centre services Albany, Katanning, Mount Barker, Esperance, Denmark and all areas in between. We have established partnerships and contacts with many key agencies in each location.

Please phone our centre on 13 64 64 or 08 6371 3740 or email the team at for more information on how we can work in collaboration to achieve successful outcomes.

Visit us

L Block, Albany TAFE campus, 5 Anson Rd, Albany WA 6330
13 64 64 (within WA) or 08 6371 3740

Contact us

Our facilities

Computers and internet

Albany Jobs and Skills Centre has internet-connected computers available, so that you can browse online for jobs, look up information about training courses, write up a job application or update your CV/resume.

People working on a computer.
Public transport

The Albany Jobs and Skills Centre can be reached via TransRegional bus routes. 

Please refer to the PTA website for more information on bus routes and times

JSC facilities

Free parking is available at the Albany TAFE campus, and ACROD bays are available for people with disability.

The closest parking to the Jobs and Skills Centre is in the car park directly outside L block, via the Anson Road entry.


Bicycle racks

Bicycle racks are available next to B Block, and also alongside K block and M block.

Please ensure your bike is securely locked. 

JSC facilities
Food and drink

There is a cafe in F Block on campus, where you can buy food and drinks. 

JSC facilities