Joblink Carnarvon

Joblink Midwest (Inc.) is an established (1988) non-profit organisation located in Geraldton Western Australia servicing the Midwest and Gascoyne regions of our State.

Joblink Midwest provides Career Centre Career Guidance services.

Joblink Midwest has a board of management comprising representatives of local business, government and providers of education and training services.

Our Career Centre uses a range of career profiling tools including Career Builder, a question and answer based program easily completed in less than 60 minutes. One of our Career Development Officers will also assist you in developing an action plan based around the career options that best suit your personality.

For assistance please contact our office between 8.30am and 5pm – Monday to Friday. Clients in remote areas can access Career Centre services through their local Community Resource Centre.

Phone

Ph: (08) 9941 1039
Mobile: 0409 693 799

Visit

Lotteries House
1 Camel Lane
Carnarvon WA 6701

Office Hours

8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Monday – Friday

Contact

Phone: (08) 9964 1022
Fax: (08) 9921 3842
Post: PO Box 57, Geraldton WA, 6531

Visit

Cnr. Chapman Rd & Bayly St
Margaret House, Bill Sewell Complex
Geraldton WA 6530

Office Hours

8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Monday – Friday

Joblink Carnarvon Services

Career Centre – Well organised careers services have been recognised throughout the world as playing an important part in the career success of individuals and the successful operation of education and training systems. This in turn leads to more effective use of Western Australia’s talents and skills and to increase economic competitiveness and growth. Joblink Midwest provides this free service to clients within our region. The service is funded by the Western Australian Department of Training and Workforce Development.

Career Centres are for Western Australians of all ages to assist with lifelong career planning throughout every stage of their life.

Services provided by Joblink Midwest’s Career Centre are FREE OF CHARGE and range from Pre-employment assistance to Career Guidance including:

  • Developing and formatting resumes
  • Provide information on how to access employment and training services
  • Career guidance assistance
  • Career Planning
  • Core skills for work
  • Assist clients the recognise the skills they will need to gain employment
  • Assistance with job applications including selection criteria
  • Quality referrals
  • Access to online career development resources and tools
  • Workshops delivery
  • Computer & internet access for career exploration and job seeking activities
  • Interview Preparation

Whether our clients are just starting their career, re-entering the workforce, looking for a career change or still at school our trained and experienced staff can assist them.

Midwest Jobseeker – State of the art online resource, for marketing job vacancies to jobseekers. Inquiries [email protected] or call (08) 9964 1022

Mature Skilling Program – Training assistance up to $150 available for eligible clients 40 years and over or 35 years and over for Indigenous.

Work Experience Placement – Free insurance cover for clients seeking unpaid work experience. This service is funded by Joblink Midwest

Joblink Midwest Recruitment – A professional, affordable recruitment service for local employers looking for quality staff. This service is funded by Joblink Midwest . Inquiries [email protected] or call (08) 9964 1022

Ticket To Work – Assistance up to $200 for eligible clients who have been offered employment but are unable to self-fund resources required to commence such as training, transport, protective clothing etc. This service is funded by Joblink Midwest.

Current available Career Development Workshops:

  • Addressing Selection Criteria – Workshop focused on addressing selection criteria for a job application.
  • Application & Cover Letters- How to write a professional job application or cover letter.
  • Apprenticeships & Traineeships- Information on gaining an apprenticeship or traineeship.
  • Career Builder- Completing the career builder program and developing an action plan.
  • Career Planning- The importance of developing a strong career action plan.
  • Communication- Workshop on the importance of developing good communication skills.
  • Computer Training- Basic Word and Excel training.
  • Employability Skills- Workshop designed to identify key employability skills and how to improve them.
  • Employer Expectations- What do Employers expect from employees and what should employees expect from employers?
  • Future Moves – Career Development in Schools
  • Interview Skills- A complete guide to improving interview performance up to and including conducting a formal panel interview.
  • Job Search Guide- Workbook resource for finding employment.
  • Managing Money- The importance of budgeting and how to manage your money effectively.
  • Myfuture- How to use the myfuture.edu.au website to find career information.
  • New World of Work- A look into how the world of work is changing and the options available.
  • Problem Solving- The value of problem solving and how to develop problem solving skills.
  • Resumes- How to develop a professional resume that will set you apart from the competition.
  • Teamwork- What it means to be an effective team
  • Workplace Safety- Being safe in a work environment and understanding your role in work safety.

MarieMarie Andrews
WDC Career Development Officer – Carnarvon
Mobile: 0409 693 799
[email protected]