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Job Seeker & Employment Support

Support for finding work, keeping employment & changing jobs


Finding a Job

Finding a job can be a full time job in itself and can seem quite overwhelming for people. The NDIS may fund reasonable and necessary supports that can complement and support mainstream and other supports you may be able to access.

Your supports may include capacity building supports to help you discover and learn new skills, gain new experience  and increase your capability and independence at work.

You may also be able to access support to start your own business and be self-employed but need support to plan and launch your business venture or require assistance with day to day tasks or assistance with staying focused.

Where previous job or job seeking experience has resulted in trauma or injury, our employment related assessment and counsellor is also available to access through our counselling & coaching team.

Keeping a Job

Some people may need extra support at work on an ongoing basis, and you may be able to access on-the-job support where you are provided with daily, weekly or monthly help to complete your work tasks and help you stay on top of your work.

There may also be new milestones where you need additional support for short periods of time, such as when learning new skills or when things aren't going so great and you need support to speak up.

The sky really can be the limit when you have the right support around you!

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Why Choose You First?

You First has a number of coaches with HR & Recruitment backgrounds who are experienced at designing a tailored program of support that can include individual capacity building skills, training and development, discovery exercises, job search support and real work experience which is arranged with our main stream recruitment partner.


We also have team members with a diverse range of backgrounds, skills and experience who can assist you in keeping your job on an ongoing basis working collaboratively with you and your employer to provide you with the support you need in the workplace.

Wanting to start your own business? Please talk to us about connecting you with one of our business team specialists who are experienced in supporting people with starting their own business and being self-employed.

If you would like to arrange a no obligation chat about finding or keeping a job then please fill out our online referral form or call us on 1300 52 56 56.

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