Do you need entry-level workers that fit your business? The Federal Department of Employment and Workplace Relations has opportunities available for businesses to deliver projects under the Launch into Work program.
The program involves the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations working with businesses to co-design and deliver pre-employment projects.
The Launch into Work program is now delivered through two separate streams:
Launch into Work Employer Panel
The department is seeking responses from businesses interested in becoming members of the Launch into Work Employer Panel.
- The department has released the Launch into Work Employer Panel – Request for Proposal on AusTender. This page also includes an information presentation, questions and answers and other procurement documents.
- The Employer Panel will be established by April 2023 and cease on 30 June 2028.
- Members of the Employer Panel may use Launch into Work projects to recruit at least 30 eligible job seekers per year into vacant entry-level roles within their business.
If you have any questions about the Employer Panel please email email@example.com before 8 February 2023.
NOTE: Responses close: 5.00 pm (ACT local time), Wednesday 15 February 2023
Launch into Work small-scale projects
More information on this stream is available on the department’s website – www.dewr.gov.au/launch-work/launch-work-business. Organisations interested in the small-scale project stream can express their interest by contacting the department via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The risk and impacts of flooding continue to be a serious concern affecting many parts of Australia, and will undoubtedly…Previous Article
Brisbane Truck Show exhibitors who invested in advertising and editorial for the new BTS23 Special Souvenir Preview magazine are getting…Next Article