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    Job Search

    Australian wide job search for all types of vacancies, job outlooks, job network services, work for the dole, resume writing, volunteering and job pathways.

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    JobAccess

    JobAccess offers help and workplace solutions for people with disability and their employers. JobAccess is an initiative of the Australian Government to support the employment of people with disability. You can find useful information about reasonable adjustments, disclosure of disability, disability employment case studies, tools and checklists.

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    JobAccess - Stories

    These stories describe the diverse experiences of people with disability in the workforce, including their experience using JobAccess, disclosing disability and employer flexibility.

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    JobAccess: Employer Toolkit

    The JobAccess Employer Toolkit is an online resource to guide employers through the entire process of employing people with disability, using simple, straightforward videos, downloadable resources and highlighting real-life case studies.  The Employer Toolkit covers a range of topics relating to disability employment, including creating inclusive policies, finding and interviewing jobseekers with disability, and making adjustments in the workplace.

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    JobAccess: Employment Assistance Fund

    The Employment Assistance Fund (formerly Workplace Modification Scheme WMS) helps people with disability and mental health condition by providing financial assistance to purchase a range of work related modifications and services. Assistance is available for people who are about to start a job or who are currently working, as well as those who require assistance to find and prepare for work.

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    JobsABILITY - Tasmania

    JobsABILITY aims to improve employment outcomes for people with disability by raising awareness and supporting employers through the recruitment process. Recruiting people with disability has a 3 way benefit. That is, it benefits: The individual seeking employment; Employers; and, the Tasmanian economy.

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    Links to Further Education, Training and Employment. A Transition Resource for People with Disability

    This directory has been compiled by the National Disability Coordination Officer (NDCO) for Region 7 that include the Northern Tablelands, the Mid North Coast and North Coast of NSW. The idea behind this directory is that it brings together all types of information about the various post school pathways for students with a disability and the local, regional, state and national supports to help them.

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    Making Experience Count: personal stories of mature age job seekers with disability

    The Making Experience Count eBook is a collection of 12 personal stories aimed at sharing helpful information and resources for mature age job seekers with disability.

    Developed by the Inner Melbourne VET Cluster (IMVC) National Disability Coordination Officer Programme (NDCO) - the Making Experience Count eBook showcases 12 success stories of mature age workers with disability (aged 45+), who have successfully transitioned from unemployment to employment.

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    Mountain Climbing: A resource for tertiary graduates with lived experience of mental illness making the transition to employment

    The resource draws together a number of strategies, tips and approaches, as well as references to handy websites. We have also included a number of case studies which to date have been a highlight for readers. The resource is aimed at both University and TAFE graduates.

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    NCVER: What would it take? Employer perspectives on employing people with a disability

    One focus of the Australian Government's social inclusion agenda is to help people with a disability into work. For this to succeed, employers must be willing and able to productively employ people with a disability. The purpose of this study was to answer the question 'what would it take' to enable employers to employ people with a disability. (NCVER).