Jobs and skills
There are a range of initiatives to support job seekers who want to work in the disability sector. You can get more information and assistance about jobs and training through these services:
The Skills and Employment Infoline
The Skills and Employment Infoline can help you find the information you need on careers, jobs and training in the disability sector.
Call 1800 506 266, 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday.
If you’re looking for work, thinking about getting back into work or want to work more hours, Career Services have experienced and qualified people who can help.
Career advisers can show you practical steps to start, advance or change your career to work in the disability sector. They will provide one-on-one support to help you connect with the learning, training and work opportunities available to you.
To find out more call the Skills and Employment Infoline on 1800 506 266 or visit Career Services on the website.
Carecareers is a not-for-profit initiative that aims to attract talented people from all backgrounds to work in the disability, community and aged care sector.
Carecareers has all the information and job opportunities you'll need for a rewarding career.
For more information visit the Carecareers website.
Disability Workforce Hubs
Disability Workforce Hubs connect job seekers with local employers, training providers and employment agencies to help fill local job opportunities in the growing disability sector.
There are Disability Workforce Hubs in Northern Adelaide and in the Murray and Mallee region.
For more information call the Disability Workforce Hub in Northern Adelaide on
1800 619 933.
For more information call the Disability Workforce Hub in Murray Bridge on 08 8535 7170 or in Berri on 08 8580 8500.