Internal Positions


South Australia Victoria Western Australia

South Australia

SEE: Training and Employment ConsultantSouth Australia

Uploaded: 23/12/2021
To assist long-term unemployed people and other most disadvantaged unemployed people to obtain and retain employment or to proceed to further education or training through the provision of language, literacy and numeracy skills training and employment-related assistance. To adhere to Government contractual requirements and achieve and maintain compliance within the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015.

Administration Officer: Training ServicesSouth Australia

Uploaded: 23/12/2021
The Administration Officer: Training Services is responsible for ensuring high quality operational and administration support to the service delivery staff and the Training Services Division across all contract regions. Key features of this role include preparing and supporting each delivery through facilitating bookings, scheduling, collating resources and undertaking the required reporting on data bases. The Administration Officer: Training Services will also liaise with key stakeholders in contract regions providing exceptional customer support services to clients in training and referring agencies.

ReceptionistSouth Australia

Uploaded: 23/12/2021
The Receptionist: Training Services is responsible for delivering outstanding administration and support services for the Management Team and Training Services Division.

Workplace AdvisorSouth Australia

Uploaded: 22/12/2021
The Workplace Advisor (Stream A, B, C) is responsible for managing a caseload of jobseekers who are long-term unemployed or have multiple barriers to employment. This role develops strategies to maximise jobseekers’ chances of re-entering the paid workforce and includes assessing individual job seeking needs, providing services that address barriers to employment, reverse marketing jobseekers to employers, monitoring job seeking activities and referring to appropriate work related activities.

Employment ConsultantSouth Australia

Uploaded: 22/12/2021
The Employment Consultant – Disability Employment Services is responsible for managing a caseload of job seekers and assisting them into sustainable, paid employment. These clients may have multiple and complex personal and vocational barriers to employment, including a range of physical and mental health issues. This role develops and implements pre-employment strategies, delivered through a holistic and flexible case management model, that focus on achieving return to the paid workforce or into further study.

System AdministratorSouth Australia

Uploaded: 20/12/2021
The System Administrator will work closely with all staff from different levels across the Organisation to provide outstanding ICT services. This includes providing some helpdesk support, maintaining and operating the Organisation’s computer systems and network, and assisting in the monitoring, development and maintenance of ICT resources.

Training and Employment Consultant - Vocational Trainer (Retail)South Australia

Uploaded: 06/01/2022
To facilitate and assess relevant industry training to assist the general public, long-term unemployed and other disadvantaged people to obtain employment, enhance employment skills, or proceed to further education or training.

Training/Employment Consultant - Employability SkillsSouth Australia

Uploaded: 06/01/2022
The Employability Skills Trainer is responsible for facilitating part of the PaTH program involving a 3-5 week structured program with young job seekers between 15-24 years, with face to face delivery and digital learning. You will help equip young job seekers with pre-employment skills and prepare them to meet the expectations of employers, assisting them to navigate the world of work, interact with others appropriately and secure sustainable employment.

Victoria

Employability Skills Trainer: PaTHVictoria

Uploaded: 06/01/2022
The Employability Skills Trainer is responsible for facilitating part of the PaTH program involving a 3-5 week structured program with young job seekers between 15-24 years, with face to face delivery and digital learning. You will help equip young job seekers with pre-employment skills and prepare them to meet the expectations of employers, assisting them to navigate the world of work, interact with others appropriately and secure sustainable employment.

Western Australia

Site Operation ManagerWestern Australia

Uploaded: 06/01/2022
The Site Operations Manager oversees the day to day operations of the Employment Services site. Key features of this position are the management of the Government authorities notice board, pending lists, job seeker flow, Workplace Advisors caseloads, and jobseeker exits. Provision of expert support and advice to staff to maximise the contractual performance and financial profitability of the site is also a major role.

Indigenous MentorWestern Australia

Uploaded: 06/01/2022
The Indigenous Mentor: jobactive is responsible for providing effective support, mentoring and intervention to Indigenous clients that enables them to successfully participate in education and employment. You will work with a number of key stakeholders to provide opportunities for Indigenous clients, taking into account skills and abilities, as well as their community and cultural needs. In this position you will also be required to provide on the job support to a worker, and assess and address the workplace support needs of individuals to ensure ongoing employment is maintained.

Customer Service Officer Western Australia

Uploaded: 06/01/2022
The Customer Services Officer is responsible for delivering outstanding administration and support services for the Employment Services team and providing customer service to the Organisation, clients and key stakeholders.

Employability Skills TrainerWestern Australia

Uploaded: 06/01/2022
The Employability Skills Trainer is responsible for facilitating Pre-employment Training Programs involving 3-5 week structured programs delivered face to face to job seekers. You will help equip job seekers with pre-employment skills and prepare them to meet the expectations of employers, assisting them to navigate the world of work, interact with others appropriately and secure sustainable employment.

Workplace Advisor Western Australia

Uploaded: 06/01/2022
The Workplace Advisor (Stream A, B, C) is responsible for managing a caseload of jobseekers who are long-term unemployed or have multiple barriers to employment. This role develops strategies to maximise jobseekers’ chances of re-entering the paid workforce and includes assessing individual job seeking needs, providing services that address barriers to employment, reverse marketing jobseekers to employers, monitoring job seeking activities and referring to appropriate work related activities.