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WISE Employment helps employers to find the right staff, and job seekers to find meaningful work via Disability Employment Services and jobactive employment programs.

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We can help you find a job

If you have been out of work for a day, months or years, we can help. We get to know you so we can carefully tailor our services to your specific training, health and living needs. We empower you with the skills and confidence to get and keep meaningful work.

Register your interest as a WISE job seeker.

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Office workers working on computers: Find the right staff with the employment assistance of WISE Employment.

We can help you find the right staff

WISE Employment helps you find the right staff, and provides ongoing support. Our services are free to eligible businesses. We have great people from diverse backgrounds who are ready to start work now. Your business may qualify for wage subsidies when you appoint staff in ongoing roles. Call WISE Employment on 1800 685 105.

Register a job vacancy with WISE.

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Young Mom with kids: Find out about training courses by WISE Employment via Interskills. We offer training courses for job seekers and employers.

We help you build your skills through training

Our training courses help you build the skills you need to get and keep a job or to improve your life. Training courses include daily life skills, resume writing, interview techniques and certificates in business, hospitality and retail.

Interskills Training (RTO 6653) is the training arm of WISE Employment. Please visit Interskills for training courses and training-related information.

Graphic image depicting humans holding hands to make it look like a 'tree' of humans: Find your nearest local WISE Employment office.

WISE Employment assists over 10,000 eligible job seekers into jobs each year. We have 28 main offices and 32 outreach offices across New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and the Northern Territory. 

Find your local WISE Employment office.


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If you have a disability and want to work, WISE can help you find a job

In this month’s national disability employment campaign, including radio in Melbourne, social media and upcoming disability open days across New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria, we are reaching out to people who have a disability to register their interest as a WISE job seeker. We help people from all backgrounds find employment, including people who have never or seldom worked due to disability, injury or illness, including mental illness, have been unemployed for a short time or a long time, who worked for years then been retrenched, considered returning to work after caring for family.

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WISE Employment provides NDIS supports in Tasmania

WISE Employment is registered to provide National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) supports to people aged 15-24 via its offices in Devonport, Hobart and Launceston, who all also offer employment assistance to people who have a disability. We welcome the opportunity to deliver additional services and support over and above employment to people with disability, including social assistance in daily activities, community engagement, and public transport training.

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Alex (middle) found a hospitality job in Hobart with the help of WISE Employment. Left is employer Tracey, and on Alex's right is a work colleague. :will open new window

Alex succeeds in hospitality and named “Employee of the Month”

From Sydney to Seattle and now Tasmania, Alex has found a job he loves at the Foreshore Tavern in Hobart. Since returning to Australia, Alex, who experiences anxiety and has a learning disability, has landed a hospitality job alongside a team that are more like family than co-workers. “This job is really important to me. I get a lot of support and I really care about the work. I’ve gained confidence being in front of new people every day. Having a job means new friends, new responsibilities and financial independence.”

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Peter, who is deaf, lands dream job as dog carer

Peter, who is deaf, came to WISE Employment Hindmarsh after an unsuccessful period of seeking employment, and within just three weeks landed a job as a Dog Carer at Doghouse Daycare. The placement was the perfect match for Peter who has a certificate in Animal Studies. “I love working with dogs, working in a team and under a supportive boss”, says Peter. Having a job is a huge relief for Peter and it has given him the means to provide for his growing family who are expecting their third baby.

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Ebony and her support worker Sharyn Lee working on her money-handling skills.

NDIS support services see Ebony blossom

Ebony is one of a group of 15 young people currently receiving support services from WISE Employment under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) program to help boost independence, confidence and job-readiness. She says for the first time she has goals for her future: “I want to get my driver’s licence, be a masseuse and to earn enough to have my own car. Now I know I can achieve those things, I’m confident I can do it."

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