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.

APM Employment Services

The employment services help people in Bunbury to find and keep a job through the Australian Government’s jobactive program.
APM’s Disability Employment Services helps people with an injury, illness or disability find a job with a local Bunbury employer. They also provide workplace modification, assessment, school leaver, and ongoing support services.
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Max Employment Solutions – Katanning Jobactive

As Australia’s largest provider of jobactive, Max Employment Solutions are equipped with the knowledge, resources and technology you need to find and stay in work. 
When you connect with MAX, you will have a team of professionals alongside you as you journey into meaningful and sustainable employment. You will also have access to a wide network of employers across the country. 
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atWork Australia – Katanning

atWork Australia improves the terms of participation in society for people living with disability or disadvantage. They work with people to identify their goals and aspirations, build skills and job-readiness and support them through interviews and into employment. They also work closely with employers to help them access a broader pool of talented candidates.
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Joblink Midwest

Joblink Midwest provides a range of free career services including career guidance, resumes, application letters, work experience, job search, training options, recruitment, funding for training, mature job seeker assistance, career development in schools, workshops, apprenticeship and traineeship information.
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New Opportunities for Women

The Certificate I in New Opportunities for Women (NOW) is a general education program at TAFE that is intended to provide women with the knowledge, skills and support they require to explore future options regarding entering or re-entering the workforce, vocational training and further education.
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Hendercare provides a service to help get individuals into the workforce, become an active member of the the community, or further develop communication skills.

As an experienced NDIS provider, its their job to support individuals in achieving their goals and strengthening their capacity to live confidently in the community.

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Shire of Laverton Community Resource Centre

  • Free Government Access Computer
  • Office and Secretarial Services
  • Telecommunications (public wi-fi and computers)
  • Department of Transport Agent
  • Public Library
  • Production Local magazine
  • Office Space for Hire
  • Video Conferencing Facilities
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Centrelink Menzies

Centrelink provides a range of services on behalf of Australian Government Departments including providing financial assistance for eligible candidates, support services for families, the elderly, the sick or injured, people with disabilities, young & adult job seekers, recent immigrants, carers, people undertaking or planning to undertake study or training, the self-employed, retired people & those planning retirement, the bereaved, people recently separated or divorced and people in crisis.
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Forrest Personnel

Forrest Personnel is a Disability Employment Service which also delivers NDIS and psychosocial support for people with disability, illness or injury. 
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Share and Care – Rainbow Centre

The Rainbow Centre offers an informal skills cafe for women.The cafe environment naturally invites informal discussions between women and provides assistance with CV’s, home making skills such as sewing and cooking, budgeting, shopping on a budget, computer basics, links to education facilities, guest speakers and much more.
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