For job seekers
The employment team posts job vacancies on our Facebook page. Head over and like, comment and share to spread the word!
We can help you:
- find a job in Eurobodalla
- access training
- develop resume and interview skills
- plan for your career development.
Ready to find work in Eurobodalla? Complete our job seeker survey now and one of our team members will be in contact with you.
There are three ways to find out about jobs through us:
- sign-up as a client and we will send jobs directly to you through email. We will also check in to see if you need help applying for a job.
- read about job and training opportunities on our Facebook page
- check out this page for links to websites that list job vacancies.
Make sure to keep up to date with our website, Facebook page and emails as some job vacancies are only advertised for a short amount of time. This is a free service with no conditions to sign-up.
Job vacancies in Eurobodalla
Eurobodalla businesses will often post jobs exclusively with Eurobodalla Employment Revolution, which will be posted on our website, Facebook page and sent to you through email. However, we also search over ten job listing websites for vacancies suitable for young people, as well as jobs in the health and community services sector. Here is a list of websites we use for our search:
Training and skill development
- Step up and into Work: This personal and professional development course is for school-leavers aged 16 - 25 who need a helping hand getting work ready. Participants will be supported to build skills and learn about:
- coping with pressure in the workplace
- time management
- developing personal strengths
- computer basics
- career pathway planning
- resume building
- respond to selection criteria in a job application
- job searching
- interview preparation.
At the end of the course, participants will obtain a statement of attainment in Organise and Complete Daily Work Activities (BSBWOR202).
- Start your own business workshop: Microbusinesses are on the rise, with people earning an income through online gaming, make-up artistry, photography, gardening or working for National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) clients as a sole trader. This workshop will help you to understand how to turn your idea into a profitable microbusiness. Guest speakers from Many Rivers, the Tec Exec and Southern Region Business Enterprise Centre will tell you about:
- supports available to start your own microbusiness
- business planning
- up to $5,000 of potential micro financing
- what it takes to earn money in the field of information technology
- earning an income as a gamer
- how to be an entrepreneur.
This workshop will be held in Batemans Bay and Moruya. There will be time to talk directly to guest speakers after the presentations.