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Below is a list of employment support services, including recruitment services, skills development, Centrelink and Service Centre, and resume and cover letter building advice. If you cannot find local employment services for your area, you can find a list of state and national employment support programs at the bottom of this page.

Northam Jobs and Skills Centre

Job and Skills Centre provide free professional and practical advice on training and employment opportunities including careers advice, apprenticeship and training information and partnerships with industry, and also help with job searching and direct links into work.

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Share and Care Community Services – The Men’s Lodge

The Lodge is designed to provide safe secure accommodation to Homeless men from age 18+. Men accommodated in the Lodge can expect to receive assistance with a range of services including:

  • Employment opportunities,
  • Mentoring,
  • Referrals to agencies such as Drug & Alcohol,
  • Centrelink,
  • Financial Counselling,
  • Department of Housing and assistance with immediate needs such as food, housing, medical, clothing etc.

Referrals from DCP, other agencies and self referrals accepted.

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Northam Service Centre

Services staff can help you with:

  • Centrelink

Services you can access using self-service terminals:

  • Medicare
  • Centrelink
  • Child Support
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APM Northam

APM Northam employment services help people in Northam to find and keep a job through the Australian Government’s jobactive program.

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State and National Employment Services Services

SEEK Australia

SEEK is a diverse group of companies that have a unified purpose to help people live more fulfilling and productive working lives and help organisations succeed. 
SEEK is an online employment marketplace. Find jobs and career related information throughout Australia.
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The Job Shop

The Job Shop is a regional recruitment agency offering a range of employment options for temporary workers and Australian residents.
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