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For Employers

Why MatchWorks

At MatchWorks we know finding the right staff can be time consuming and costly. Our service will do the hard work at no cost to employers or jobseekers.

MatchWorks staff will work with you to understand your business and the type of employee you are looking for. Our no cost service will match you with job-ready people looking for work, and may even be able to provide you with financial benefits such as wage subsidies, reimbursement of costs for training new staff members, organising licences and tickets, and the purchase of work related tools, equipment and clothing.

MatchWorks provides:

  • Access to a growing candidate database with a diverse range of skills and capabilities
  • A seamless and professional recruitment service for large employers operating across multiple markets within Australia as a member of the National Workforce Network (NWFN).
  • Assistance with Workforce Planning & Development including access to a range of resources which MatchWorks can help tailor to your organisation
  • Assistance with pre-screening suitable candidates, coordination and interviewing candidates with the ability to do this at one of our local offices across 68 locations in three states
  • Funding of candidates pre-employment checks, required licencing, workplace clothing, transportation, payment of work trials and appropriate referrals for apprenticeships and traineeships
  • Ongoing support to the employer once the candidate has commenced employment
  • Development of specific pre-employment training programs based on your current and future workforce and recruitment requirements
  • Advice and access to government funding for a range of wage subsidy incentive schemes 

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MatchWorks jobactive sites achieve outstanding performance results

MatchWorks jobactive sites in Victoria, South Australia and Queensland have received their performance results for the end of the December 2016 Star Rating period. Five MatchWorks employment regions received the maximum five star rating, including: South Eastern Melbourne and Peninsula, Western Melbourne, Barwon, Bendigo and Adelaide South.

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MatchWorks opens new Bacchus Marsh office

The new MatchWorks Bacchus Marsh office is in full swing following its official opening last week. The opening event, on Thursday February 16, was attended by local employers, training & education organisations, Department of Social Services representatives, MatchWorks staff and many others.

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Salisbury job seeker employed after more than a decade

MatchWorks job seeker Fotini had been out of work for more than 10 years but wanted a better future for herself and her children. The single mother-of-two did not have a car or licence, and also suffered from a medical condition that caused her to experience severe episodes of pain.

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Geelong job seeker overcomes personal difficulties to teach others

Mental health had affected job seeker Gayle's ability to stay in her employment as a nurse and midwife - an industry that she had worked in for 30 years. Gayle experienced several family tragedies that caused severe depression and an inability to perform her normal caring duties. As a result she faced unemployment for more than two years - but she wanted to turn her life around and have purpose again.

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MatchWorks job seekers build and donate community train

MatchWorks Work for the Dole (WfD) job seekers and supervisors unveiled and donated their Tom the Train project at a celebratory event in Seaford. Twenty Work for the Dole participants worked on the six-month project at Envision Employment Services by stripping down an old car, restoring the engine, brakes and gear box and building a train body and four carriages. The train was donated to Scouts Victoria. 

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Geelong celebrates disability award winners

The Geelong community celebrated the achievements of an outstanding group of people at last night's Geelong Awards for People with a Disability.

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Corio job seeker lands dream job

Anxiety had affected MatchWorks job seeker John's ability to search for employment, and a lack of a driver's licence made the task of finding a job even harder. John came to MatchWorks Corio while receiving treatment for anxiety and another medical condition. He had also been out of employment for several years but wanted to turn his life around.


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Hundred Hole Hikers continue to impress

An intrepid group of golf enthusiasts have again successfully taken on the extreme challenge of completing 100 holes of golf in one day, all in the name of raising much-needed funds to support programs for people living with an acquired brain injury.

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MatchWorks job seeker placed in supportive environment

Geelong job seeker Mason presented to MatchWorks Geelong looking for independence and felt this would be found through employment.  The 20-year-old, who was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, had recently completed a Certificate IV in Accounting at the Gordon TAFE to increase his employability. He had also been volunteering with Springdale Neighbourhood Centre in Drysdale.

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Upcoming Events

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Professor Tony Attwood Autism Spectrum Disorder & Aspergers Syndrome Thursday, 30 March, 2017, 4:30 PM Karingal is pleased to be a major sponsor for the 2017 South West Disability Network Tony Attwood Seminars. The seminars will run in Warrnambool on March 30 and 31, 2017. If you are in the South West over those dates and are wanting to increase your understanding of autism, register now.
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