Three bright green doors, one of which is open.

Are you a person with disability looking for work? Are you an employee with disability looking for help with your work? JobAccess provides advice on every stage of the employment process:

  • How to prepare yourself to look for a job
  • How to look for a job
  • How to prepare for job interviews
  • How to get help after you have found a job
  • How to improve your skills and get a better job

Help for job seekers and employees

Help available

There are services and supports to help you get a job and manage at work. JobAccess provides information to help you access these services.

Study, training and apprenticeships

There are many services to support and help you to complete study, training or apprenticeships.

Getting work

JobAccess has information for first time jobseekers, for people returning to work after a break and for people who want to try something new. The information on JobAccess can help you to find work.

Starting work

Got that job? On JobAccess you will find information and practical advice on how to start a new job.

Thriving at work

This section gives you information and practical tips on how to keep your job and learn new skills.

Returning to work

This section has information to help you and your employer plan your successful return to work.

Case studies and success stories

Read stories about people with disability and their jobs.

Tool kits

Our tool kits, checklists and step by step guides will give you practical information and advice.

Search for a job online

You can search for advertised jobs online. This section has some online jobs boards. Australian JobSearch provides details of actual jobs and volunteering opportunities.

Not sure where to start?

The JobAccess Advisers can help you with free, confidential advice. Contact them on 1800 464 800 or online:

Last updated: 09-08-2012