Connect today, Change tomorrow

At MatchWorks we know the importance of building a diverse and inclusive workplace, that’s why we will support you to get work in Australia, with training and connections to community services. We have staff who speak multiple languages and understand your culture who are equipped with the tools and resources to support you in finding employment. Together we’ll get you working.

We’ll help you with:

  • Exploring your employment goals
  • Job search techniques
  • Interview skills
  • Interview clothing
  • Introduce you to potential employers
  • Referrals to Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program
  • Referrals to additional courses and training
  • Referrals to Physical and Mental Health Consultant
  • Post Placement and Ongoing support once you started working

Kick Start

Refugee goal setting and mentoring program

The Kick Start goal setting and mentoring program will help you:

  • Benefits of working
  • Different employment pathways
  • How to set employment goals
  • One on one mentoring session to help you kickstart your employment journey

Step 2 Success

Employability skills for the workplace program

Step 2 Success is a program designed to give participants the knowledge of the top 7 key skills employers look for in successful candidates.

This program focuses on:

  • Effective communication in the workplace
  • Planning and organisation
  • Attitude and self-esteem
  • Self-management and appropriate behaviour
  • Skills and techniques for the workplace
  • Teamwork and problem solving
  • What employers want.

Interpreter Services

Ready to start look for work? Speak to our friendly staff members to find out more about our services. Alternatively, you can call Speak Your Language Interpreter services on 1300 000 795 and ask to be connected to MatchWorks Employment Services.

If you have a family member or friend who can assist with translation, you can contact MatchWorks directly on 1300 13 23 63.

Information in other languages

If you require information in other languages about Disability Employment Services, you can access this information via the Jobaccess website. Information is available in 22 languages.

Translated fact sheets about Workforce Australia and employment services and programs are available to job seekers and employers.

Information about wage subsidies is also available in other languages.