A New Career the New Year in 5 steps

A New Career the New Year in 5 steps

A lot of us use the New Year as an opportunity to kick some bad habits, pick up some good ones and make positive life changes. If you have ever asked yourself what career is right for you, now is a great time to make it happen. Here’s are some tips to get you started working in the disability and community care sector.

Take charge

Review the different areas in your life and make a list of what is working well and what isn’t. Think about what you would like to achieve this year, and do something that you can see yourself enjoying in the long term.

Roles are available from entry point to professional and corporate level, with plenty of opportunities to train and grow in your career. You can find a role that will suit with your existing life-style and career ambitions.

The Festive Season is now just around the corner, it’s time to celebrate!

The Festive Season is now just around the corner, it’s time to celebrate!

We hope that you have achieved everything you aspired to in 2013, and that the New Year holds the promise of rewarding times ahead .

For carecareers it has been an outstanding year. We have now had over 3 million visits to the website and advertised over 40,000 jobs. On top of this our TV commercials, most recently on air in October, continue to increase awareness of the great careers in this sector. And with the long-awaited launch of the NDIS, the future looks brighter for many in the community.

So it has been quite a year, and we have some exciting plans for 2014– watch this space!

We would like to thank you for your support and patronage in 2013, and wish you all Seasonal Greetings, and a Happy New Year!

See you in 2014!

The carecareers team.

carecareers will close on 25th December 2013 and re-open on 6th January 2014.

No Cover Letter, No Job

During a meeting with one of our key advertisers Krizzia Tiga, we discussed the importance of including a Cover Letter in making an application for a job.

By not including a Cover Letter you are putting your application at risk of going straight into the bin. As a result we decided to emphasise why a Cover Letter is a key ingredient in the application process.