Working for Victoria

Victorian Government to offer the program to help international students and temporary visa holders find job during COVID-19

The Victorian Government is to provide a new program ‘Working for Victoria’ to create work opportunities for international students and temporary visa holders to get through COVID-19 outbreak.

 

What is ‘Working for Victoria’

The $500 million Working for Victoria fund is part of the government’s $1.7 billion economic survival package that is providing a range of support to businesses in the state. More than 1,700 people had found the job through this program.

The job seekers could register their details on the vic.gov.au/workingforvictoria

to access opportunities.

The workers can apply for specific roles according to their skills and the program.

For Employers

This program also allows employers and organizations who have vacancies to register their details, which then enables them to find the right employers for this role.

Online Courses

‘Working for Victoria Program’ also provides online courses for the people who have lost their jobs and are registered with the program to train and improve their important skills.

Who is eligible to apply?

Anyone who has working rights in Australia can apply.

How to apply?

The Victorian Government has partnered with Sidekicker to match potential applicants with work aligned to their skills and experience.

More details could check the link below:

https://www.vic.gov.au/workingforvictoria

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