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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.
|The Jobs and Skills Centre assists Aboriginal people in Western Australia to get into training or a job, working closely with local employers to create job opportunities for Aboriginal people including school leavers. The Jobs and Skills Centre can provide:
Culturally sensitive employment and career services
Information on choosing the best training option for your personal and work goals
Access to job opportunities through our Aboriginal jobs board.
Help with resumes and job applications
Referrals to other services, depending on your needs
The Youth Accommodation Program (YAP) is a 24 hour crisis service that includes case management support to youths aged 15-25 who are referred as homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Residential Coordinators and Youth Workers work together with the young people to find safe accommodation or be reconciled back to their families or even to generate support plans that help build up their life skills and improve their pathways to a safe home through either secondary education, employment or training.
DFP are specialists in the recruitment of contact centre, administrative, commercial support, customer service, sales, marketing, retail, health, finance and accounting, industrial and resources professionals. DFP offers career support resources offer guidance on resume writing, preparing for interviews as well as advice on making the most of your assignments should you wish to pursue temporary employment.
Bloodwood Tree provides a variety of training and employment opportunities and services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients within the Pilbara region. Services include: