Job hunting

There are tools and services to help you look for work. Here are some of the most helpful ones.

Workforce Australia

You can search for work in your area using the Workforce Australia website. They also have free online learning modules that can help you in your job search.

Workforce Australia employment services providers can help you access a range of programs. These include Career Transition Assistance.

National Skills Commission

National Skills Commission’s Labour Market Insights search tool shows which jobs are in demand in your local area and labour market trends.

Disability Employment Services

There are services that can help you find and keep a job if you have a disability, illness or injury.

Read more about Disability Employment Services.

Community Development Program

If you live in a remote community, we’ll refer you to the Community Development Program (CDP). The CDP providers help job seekers in remote areas to get skills while looking for work in their own community.

Read more about the Community Development Program on the National Indigenous Australians Agency website.

Defence jobs

If you’re interested in a career in the Defence Force, search for jobs on the Defence jobs website.

Australian Public Service (APS) jobs

If you’re looking for work in the APS, search for jobs on the APSjobs website.

State and territory government jobs

You can also search for state public service jobs on the following websites. These links will take you away from our website.

State or territory Resource
ACT Search for jobs on the ACT Government website
NSW I work for NSW website for government jobs in New South Wales
NT Northern Territory Government website for jobs in the Northern Territory
Qld Queensland Government website for jobs in Queensland
SA I work for SA website for government jobs in South Australia
Tas jobs.tas.gov.au to find work in Tasmania
Vic Careers.Vic to find work in Victoria
WA jobs.wa.gov.au for jobs in Western Australia

Page last updated: 26 August 2022