Pilbara based employers

Jobseekers who have gained skills to enter the workforce through the Community Development Program are placed into employment and mentored post-placement by AAC staff. This on-going support to new employees proves invaluable to employers as it strengthens the longevity and quality of the workforce.

Over the years each AAC office has developed a strong employer network spanning many industry sectors. Staff have identified jobseekers who are work ready and can rapidly fill vacancies as they arise. AAC is always looking for opportunities for its clients, so please contact your local AAC office to advertise your job opening as soon as possible.

Pastoral and land-related industry employers

AAC is also involved with the pastoral and land-related industry state-wide through its delivery of the Vocational Training and Employment Centre (VTEC) program. VTEC is funded by the Australian Government and is based on the Generation One employment model. AAC is part of a network of vocational training and employment centres funded by the Australian Government to deliver up to 50,000 guaranteed jobs for indigenous Australians.

AAC focuses on entry-level jobs in the following sectors: land management, pastoral industry, station work, agriculture. For employers the benefits of opening the door to one of AAC’s trainees are numerous:

  • Wage subsidies
  • Tailor-made training
  • Work-ready employees
  • On-going mentoring and support

Please download VTEC’s brochure for more information and contact VTEC staff to benefit from this opportunity.

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