Jobs registers and employment organisations can help you find the staff you need.
Jobs First Employment Projects
Jobs First Employment Projects (JFEP) are tailored activities developed in partnership with employers, industries and regional stakeholders to assist job seekers to obtain and sustain a job. JFEP helps employers to access skilled and work ready jobseekers.
See more about Jobs First Employment Projects.
The Aboriginal Employment Register
The Aboriginal Employment Register lists indigenous people with skills who are job-ready. It includes people with trades and people looking for apprenticeships.
Call the Infoline on 1800 506 266.
See also Assistance In Finding Aboriginal Employees.
Aboriginal Employment SA
As an employer, you can advertise your vacancies on Aboriginal Emloyment SA job board. You can also register your interest to find more about how you can support Aboriginal employment or the Governor's Aboriginal Employment Industry Clusters Program.
Visit Aboriginal Employment SA.
Professional and trade qualified skilled workers
If you have a vacancy for a skilled worker, there may be potential candidates with overseas-gained qualifications and experience. Many are willing to consider settling in regional South Australia.
Visit Immigration SA or call Skilled Arrival Services on 08 8303 2450 or email email@example.com about your vacancy.
Skill Connect Register
The Skill Connect Register connects employers with:
- out of trade apprentices and trainees looking for work
- job-ready candidates for the construction industry.
Once registered as an employer, you’re able to search the database for suitable candidates, view their details and make contact.
Visit the Skill Connect Register.
Services to help you find staff
A national employment service can help you find the right staff for your business. Visit jobactive to advertise your vacant positions for free.