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New Australian Public Service Disability Employment Strategy targets 7%

The new Australian Public Service Disability Employment Strategy has been released, including a goal to increase employment of people with disability from 3.7 per cent to 7 per cent by 2025.
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WA Government gives NDIS transition a $5.5 million boost

The WA Government has announced additional funding of $5.5 million for three initiatives to assist individuals, disability sector providers and advocacy services with the transition to the NDIS.

Post your Job Vacancies on the Working for Victoria Website

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Disability service providers are encouraged to use a free job listing service on the Working for Victoria website where organisations can post job vacancies, conduct initial screening and select from the full-list or a short-list of applicants.

Over 80,000 people who have lost their job as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic have registered on the Working for Victoria website. This is an untapped group of highly-employable people who previously worked in industries such as hospitality, travel and entertainment. Thousands of job seekers from metropolitan and regional Victoria have indicated that they are interested in working in the Health Care and Social Assistance sector, and many of these people will be available for an immediate start.

To get started, employers need to register - once the account has been set up, positions can be advertised and matched with candidates free of charge. 

Providers who have submitted applications to the Working for Victoria program in May, under an initiative which involved government subsidies to employ workers under the Scheme, are advised the grant applications are still being worked through and applicants can expect to receive a response in early November.

Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact Simone Beyfus, Workforce Promotion Coordinator, 0472 878 120,