The Casey Job Advocates program is a free one-to-one service to assist Casey residents with finding work, developing their skills and addressing any work-related issues they are facing.
Who is eligible?
The program is available to anyone who is a Casey resident and feels they need support.
The program may be particularly helpful for:
- Young people and students who are unsure of their future options
- People with little or no previous work experience
- People who are returning to work after time off
- People who have not previously worked in Australia
- People with specific requirements
Accessing the program
Casey’s team of Job Advocates will be out and about in the community meeting with residents. They will visit libraries, community centres, neighbourhood houses, shopping centres and places where people gather. They will also host regular online sessions for job seekers.
To attend an online or in-person session with an advocate, view the upcoming session schedule.
To learn more about the program, email [email protected] or call 9705 5200
The Casey Job Advocates program is supported by the Victorian Government’s $619.4 million Jobs Victoria initiative, which helps people looking for work to access the support, information and advice they need to find a job that’s right for them. Further details are provided in the Casey media release: New employment support available for Casey residents.