Participating in a community or job seeker event is a great way to find out more about the disability and community care sector and to expand your network. Events can include open days, awareness days or weeks and expos.
Location of Eventpin Chisholm TAFE, Berwick, Melbourne
Chisholm TAFE, Berwick, Careers in Disability Jobs Fair
Do you have a passion for supporting others?
Are you interested in flexible work that makes a real contribution?
Are you looking for work or a career change?
The Wodonga Jobs Fair will connect disability service providers with job seekers and students. It provides a platform for organisations to promote their organisations and employment opportunities to local current and potential job seekers. There will be a jobs board displaying current available positions and the chance to meet potential employees over your exhibitor table.
Throughout the day, there will be information sessions on the benefits of working with people with a disability, and opportunities to have your questions answered. This is a great event to meet with local employers and potentially find your future career in the disability sector.
The event will provide a platform for organisations to promote their organisations and employment opportunities. It also gives job seekers an opportunity to talk face-to-face with relevant organisations to learn about jobs, training, education, and career options in the local disability sector.
There will also be guest presentations from the projectABLE team and other specialists talking about the benefits of working in the disability sector. In addition to this, there will be door prizes drawn throughout the event and a free sausage sizzle for all attendees.
Please note, we have limited tables available, so please register early.
Date: 17 July 2019
Time: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Location: Chisholm TAFE, Berwick, Melbourne
This NDS project is supported by the Department of Education and Training Victoria.
This venue is wheelchair accessible. Please contact the organiser directly with any additional accessibility requirements.
For any enquiries, please contact Tom Aberdeen, Project Coordinator, 0383414300, firstname.lastname@example.org