Do you have a job opportunity available?  

Looking to find the right candidate for your role? An apprentice or Trainee can be both a cost-effective and rewarding way to staff your business. Taking on an Apprentice or Trainee can provide ongoing benefits for your business even after the position is filled. 

Want to know more? Contact us today!  

Supporting Documents 
How do you get started? 

It is as simple as the 5 steps below to find the best candidate for your business –  

  • Send us your job vacancy role details and what you are looking for 
  • We review our network of job ready candidates 
  • We discuss the role with them to make sure they’re the right fit 
  • We send you resumes of suitable candidates to select from 
  • You choose and we provide support to both you and your new employee 

Interested? Call us today! 

What are the benefits of partnering with us? 

These are some of the benefits to partnering with us to help you find the right candidate: 

Preparation – We mentor our candidates to get them work-ready and provide ongoing support to meet the position and business needs.  

Access – As a specialist First Nations peoples service provider, we have access to talented First Nations candidates with a diverse range of skills and experiences in your local area.  

Access to wage subsidy for eligible candidates – Many of our candidates are eligible for wage subsidies worth up to $10,000, to help offset the cost of onboarding and training new employees.  

Contact us today to find out more!   

Government Wage Subsidies 

A Wage Subsidy is a financial incentive provided by the Australian Government to eligible employers to encourage hiring of eligible people into ongoing jobs by contributing to the costs of hiring a new employee.  

Youth Bonus up to $10,000 (GST inclusive) or 100% of the wages paid to the employee, whichever is the lower amount, for people aged 24 years and under. Placements must offer a minimum average of 20 hours per week and run for 26 weeks from start date.  

Workforce Australia up to $10,000 (GST inclusive) or 100% of the wages paid to the employee, whichever is the lower amount. Placements must offer a minimum average of 15 hours per week, and a minimum of 6 weeks and maximum of 26 weeks from start date.  

* Wage Subsidies are subject to eligibility. 

With the range of government subsidies for employers, businesses can choose from various options to maintain a diverse work environment. In these unique times, financial support can provide ongoing security for new employees and help your business thrive. For more detailed information about available subsidies and eligibility, visit the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations.

Text size