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Terms and Conditions

To apply for assistance with Job Placement Ltd to find employment you must:

> Be in receipt of or eligible for Centrelink benefits.
> Be referred to us by Centrelink.
> Undergo an assessment by a Government's Job Capacity Assessor.
> Have a recognised disability or barrier to employment.
> Have ongoing support needs.


> To assist you with finding a job.
> To assist you with upgrading your resume.
> To assist you in preparing an Employment Pathway Plan.
> To organise work experience (If you want it).
> To support and train you to be able to perform your duties and maintain your job.
> To talk with your employer to find any training or career advancement opportunities.
> To listen to what you have to say.
> To assist you with any problems at work.
> To respect you and your individual needs.
> To keep all information about you confidential.


> To want to work.
> To work with us to achieve realistic goals.
> To take an active role in looking for work.
> To tell us what you want and listen to our advice and recommendations.
> To tell us if you have any problems at work.
> To respect other people who use our service and the staff of our service.
> To tell us if you get a job, move house or change your phone number.


> Make your own decisions.
> Receive assistance in finding a job that suits your skills and abilities.
> Be treated well, free from discrimination.
> View your personal file.
> Have an advocate represent you.
> Have a choice about the service that you receive.
> Have all information about you kept confidential.
> Have a say and give feedback about how we run the service.
> Complain about Job Placement Ltd's service by following the complaints procedure.


> For the decision you make, together with our service, about your career.
> To give any information that may assist our service in helping you find and keep a job.
> To attend appointments arranged between you and our service and arrive on time to these appointments.
> To keep Centrelink notified of when you get a job and of any other events that may affect your rate of payment.
> To call your employer if you are unable to go to work.
> To take an active role in looking for work.
> To raise issues or problems you may have.
> To arrange transport to and from work.
> To let your Employment Consultant know when you are sick and are unable to attend appointments.