is what working in the Community Services Sector is all about. It covers a broad range of caring and support occupations to assist the well-being of our communities. It’s one of the fastest growing industries with a variety of opportunities available.
Are you ready for a life changing life career?
Explore a life changing life pathway tool to explore how to start working in the sector…
Check out the different sectors and jobs below on the Career’s Wheel …
Do you want to experience the community services workforce? Are you looking for work experience, a vocational placement or employment? If so, log onto Job Match and create a profile highlighting what you are looking for. These profiles are reviewed by real employers and will contact you directly when opportunities become available.
It also creates an employment passport that young people can take readily from one employer to another, that can grow and adapt as the young person’s skills, experiences and qualification evolve.
Students with Disability
National Disability Services is proud to introduce the V-Resume website, a free website for jobseekers living with a disability who want to try a different way of applying for a job – a Video Resume.
The V-Resume website provides workbooks, videos and all the tools needed in a vibrant, simple, and positive manner.
A Video Resume (V-Resume) is a short 1-2 minute video that can be shown to an employer. The V-Resume provides the opportunity to go beyond a written resume to introduce the jobseeker, their personality, and their skills as a potential employee.
For the employer, it is a short and easy way to meet a jobseeker and break through any pre-conceived perceptions that may be hindering recruiting someone living with a disability.
For the Jobseeker, it an opportunity to identify what makes them great, grow communication skills, and build self-confidence in applying or going into an interview knowing an employer has already ‘met’ them. Click here to hear the experience from our example V-Resume jobseekers.
For the V-Partner, those who support the jobseeker on their V-Resume journey, there is a booklet, videos, and plenty of advice for you too. Making a Video Resume is a team activity. Click here to hear the experience from a V-Partner perspective.
The website is for those with little to no technical ability and sets out Six Steps that are easy to follow. There are plenty of detailed videos that both visually and verbally explain what to do. So, no matter your learning style, technical ability, or accessibility needs, you can make a V-Resume!
Go to www.vresume.com.au and start your V-Resume journey!