There is a range of resources and help to make finding a job so much easier. This section has been designed to provide you with step by step information and tips on how to find a job.
Before starting your search for a job, it is important that you consider and identify job options that match your needs, skills and experience.
There are a number of ways you can find a job that has been advertised by an employer. This guide lists some of the ways you can look for advertised jobs.
Finding out about 'disability confident' employers can be useful when you are looking for work.
Things you should consider when planning to find a job
If you are nervous about approaching an employer, there are a number of useful techniques to make it easier.
We provide basic information on how easy it is to register with JobSearch, Australia’s largest online jobs board, to find jobs and to allow employers to find you.
Phoning an employer can be a little daunting. This guide provides some tips and advice on things you can do to make phoning an employer a successful and comfortable experience.
When writing to an employer, there are a number of things you can do to increase the quality of your letter so that it stands out.
Australian Government employment service providers are specialists in helping people with disability prepare for, find and keep a job.