Job Services Australia
Trained Skill Hire consultants will work with you and provide support to help you find a job or career. We can help you with up-to-date resumes, access to job search facilities, computers, internet, phones, photocopiers and faxes. Eligible jobseekers may also be able to access skills training, industry licenses, relocation assistance, transport assistance- our aim is to remove any barrier to gaining employment.
Skill Hire can offer you casual or contract employment right through to permanent employment depending on your needs. We can also help woth temporary 457 visa employment options and permanent residency 121 visa options. Contact us now to find out what jobs are available or click the following link to find out more.
We work hard with industry and employers to create Indigenous employment opportunities. This, in combination with the employment and training services we offer, our track record in Indigenous employment and understanding of Indigenous culture and issues make Skill Hire the number one choice if you are looking for a job as an Indigenous Australian.
Fabian Bolton - NAIDOC Apprentice of the Year
Fabian Bolton won the prestigious Great Southern NAIDOC apprentice of the year award. Fabian undertook a carpentry apprenticeship with Kelvin Castlehowe Home Builders and his dedication and commitment paid off with this award.
Job Placing Leads to 'Dream Job'
After a number of successful employer visits, a relationship was established by one of our Skill Hire Employment Consultants with a local City Council. The City Council was so impressed with the service provided by the staff member that they engaged Skill Hire to fill a position for their Aged Care Sector.
A jobseeker who had been working with her Skill Hire consultant to address her employment barriers was successful in gaining the position. Her skill set was suitable for Aged Care but the area that she wanted to work in was Business administration. Even though this placement was not her ‘dream job’ the applicant demonstrated motivation and enthusiasm and continued to be supported by her Skill Hire consultant.
The jobseeker’s work ethic so impressed the employer that they decided to open up a position for a business administration traineeship within their Human Resources sector. They offered her the opportunity of the traineeship which would enable her to complete her advanced diploma in Business and work in her preferred field.