Jobs and careers

Employment Focus

Discover an immediate, quick and affordable way to learn new software that will prepare you for new job opportunities. Employment Focus offers a series of computer courses in mainstream subjects.

All new quick start and skill it courses. Brush-up and intensive short courses, customised and designed for people who need new skills now to keep or get that job.

For more information, phone 9450 5700 or visit Employment Focus

Apprenticeships Matter

The service places unemployed adults and young people 15 years old and over in apprenticeships and traineeships. For more information, phone 1800 005 355 or visit Apprenticeships Matter

Job Prospects

Job Prospects is an employment service provider. They can help you with job search techniques, application process and resumes, interview skills, pre-employment and vocational training, traineeships and apprenticeships, self-employment and work experience.

For more information phone 9455 3910 or visit Job Prospects

CareerOne

Find the job that's right for you. Use CareerOne's resources to search for jobs, prepare for interviews and launch your career. For more information, visit CareerOne

Australian Job Search

Find jobs, post your resume and receive daily job match e-mails. (Job seeker ID number required for this website). For more information, visit Job Search

Diamond Valley Learning Centre

The Diamond Valley Learning Centre offers a number a VCE and VCAL options outside of the typical school setting. For more information, phone 9435 9060 or visit Diamond Valley Learning Centre

Spot Jobs

Spot Jobs is a search engine to help you find short term work within your selected areas. For more information, check out spot jobs

Resume and cover letters

Writing up a resume can be a very daunting task for anyone, especially when you are new to the work force. Here are a few websites with some tips, tricks and templates to help you along.

Career One: What you need to include in your resume.
Youth Central: How to layout your resume and cover letter.

Youth Point

Youth Point is a free early intervention employment initiative developed by the IMVC. It aims to support young people to access real jobs and improve their opportunity to build relationships with employers.

They will provide 15-25 year olds with direct access to casual, part-time, full-time, traineeship, apprenticeship, volunteering and work experience opportunities.