JobAccess new look website launched

JobAccessThe Department of Social Services has redesigned the JobAccess website in consultation with people with disability, employers and service providers.

The new website aims to improve access to relevant information about disability employment.

The JobAccess suite of services consists of the National Disability Recruitment Coordinator, the National Disability Abuse and Neglect Hotline, the Complaints Resolution and Referral Service and the JobAccess service, which have been combined under one contract to bring together relevant disability employment support into one place.

All images and videos on the website feature people with disability who volunteered their time to help develop this new website. These images and videos were collected from across Australia to showcase the diversity of experiences of people with disability from all walks of life.

JobAccess is the national hub for all things disability employment. It is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services and provides information on, for example: financial support, workplace modifications, help with finding and changing jobs, creating flexible work environments, links to career advice and training courses, connecting with employers, providers and peak bodies and a range of other tools and resources for people with disability, employers and service providers.

The website has undergone a major redevelopment and was launched on 1 July 2016.

We would like to acknowledge and thank the people with disability, employers, service providers and peak industry bodies who assisted in the development of this website.

We would specifically like to thank the National Ethnic Disability Alliance and its members for their involvement in community consultation for people with disability from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

All images and videos on the JobAccess site are of people with disability who are from all walks of Australian life. We sincerely thank our volunteers for their time and contribution to our image and video library.



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