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Why choose Global Skills jobactive?

Global Skills is the longest serving Sydney based employment services provider. Global Skills is locally owned and operated, and for the past 30 years has built its reputation on acknowledging that our job seekers and employers are as diverse and unique as the communities in which they live and operate.

Our knowledge and connection to the Sydney labour market and employers is our strength. We continue to invest in developing genuine relationships with local employers and complimentary services, including training providers so we can fast-track job seekers into local work.

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How will I receive help?

From your first appointment, you will be connected with a dedicated Employment Consultant who will work 1:1 with you to immediately assess your skills, goals and needs.

Our offices are open on a full time basis so whether you have a scheduled appointment or you need access to our job search centres your Employment Consultant will be available guide you. Your appointments can be via the phone or in our offices. The Consultant will stay in contact with you, including after you start work if you need.

How do I access Global Skills' jobactive program?

If you’re on an income support payment through Centrelink, such as JobSeeker, Youth Allowance or Parenting Payment, you are eligible to join Global Skills.

When you first register with Centrelink, ask to be referred to Global Skills or contact Centrelink and discuss being transferred to us if you are already linked to another jobactive provider. Alternatively, you can call the nearest Global Skills office and we can help. You can find your nearest location here.

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What services are available?

  • Access to a full time job search centre equipped with computers, wifi, phones, job search resources, job boards, printers
  • Access to hidden jobs that aren’t advertised via your Consultant and our Marketing Team who work direct with employers
  • Review of your work history and interests, to identify opportunities to improve your skills and then arranging accredited and non-accredited training, work experience and work trials
  • Direct access to our network of community partners to assist with any health and personal circumstances
  • Referral to our pre-employment programs that are designed and led by our employers to broker you in a role with their organisation
  • Funding assistance for a variety of approved work related goods and services to help such as interview and work clothing, fares, petrol, mobile credit, work place licences, PPE, employer requested Working with Children and Police Checks, driving lessons, First Aid courses
  • Multilingual staff and connection with phone and face to face Accredited Interpreters

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