Do you need a helping hand to find
the right job?
At Skill Hire we know that finding a job can be hard work
and that you may need some extra support. We’re here to help.
Skill Hire can offer you:
experienced consultants who are focused on your individual needs
to skills training and accredited courses.
with preparing a resume.
to build up your confidence and improve your interview skills.
use of the facilities in our Centre including phone, fax, computers,
internet, email and newspapers.
Consultants who will market you to prospective employers.
support and assistance even after you start your job.
All of our services and facilities for job seeking are
offered at no cost to you.
At Skill Hire we believe that each
of our jobseekers has much to offer employers. So whether you are ready to move
into work or you need extra skills and training, a Skill Hire consultant will
help put you on a new track.
Skill Hire may be able to assist you with:
or preparing a resume.
the Internet to search for jobs.
yourself to employers.
to build up your interview skills.
new career paths.
to Labour Hire and Group Training opportunities
How do I register?
you register with Centrelink for any assistance you may be eligible to
participate in Jobs Services Australia – ask the Centrelink staff about
accessing our services.
you are eligible you can choose Skill Hire to be your JSA provider;
- Centrelink will make an
appointment for you with our closest centre.
- If you do not live near one
of our main centres, Skill Hire will
deliver services to you via our Outreach program.
Direct Registrations – for jobseekers not registering
To be eligible for Direct Registration, the jobseeker needs
to have the legal right to work in Australia and be either:
for Stream 1 (Limited) – which is when a jobseeker is not:
- Undertaking FullÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¢ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ã‚Â¬Ãƒâ€šÃ‚ÂTime study, unless the purpose for seeking Services from the
provider is to obtain an apprenticeship or traineeship;
- Employed for 15 hours or more each week,
unless he or she is seeking Services from the provider for the purpose of
obtaining an apprenticeship or traineeship;
- An overseas visitor on a working holiday
overseas student studying in Australia;
by law from working in Australia;
Vulnerable Youth or Vulnerable Youth (Student)
pre-release prisoner (licensed for partial or day release to engage in
Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) participant with access
to CDEP Wages;
volunteer (non-activity tested) recipient of Disability Support Pension
volunteer (non-activity tested) recipient of Parenting Payment (PP);
for Harvest Labour or Drought Force; or
for assistance under a Labour Adjustment Package (LAP) or Structural
Adjustment Program (SAP).
How to get started
During your first interview
with Skill Hire our consultants will work with you to create a profile of your
skills and experience in the Employment Services System (ESS).
From this profile we will
create a resume for you to use in your Job Search activities.
Skill Hire staff will
introduce you to the systems and facilities available for your use to maximize
your opportunities to gain employment.
What to bring to your first interview:
copy of your current resume – or if you have no resume you will need an outline
of your previous employment history, skills, qualifications and licenses.
Skill Hire – Jobs Services
Australia does not limit itself to any particular industry.
- Our consultants will assist our eligible jobseekers to gain employment in
any available employment environment that is suited to their skills and
- Our consultants may also provide access to training that will skill our
eligible jobseekers to be competitive in the current available employment
Why not take a look now
at the employment opportunities available on the Jobs Services Australia
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