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Come along to Employment Accelerator to meet Home Care employers

Jobseekers looking for a career in Home Care have the chance to meet employers in person in the one location and land a role on the spot at SydWest’s Employment Accelerator event next week.

This is suitable for you if you already have a Certificate III or IV in Individual Support – Ageing or you’re just starting out and want to find out more about possible positions, on-the-job training and qualifications (some fee-free).

 

If you don’t find a job on the day, you can share your details for future openings.

 

What: Employment Accelerator (Home Care)

WHEN: 10.30am-12.30pm, Wednesday 31 January 2024

WHERE: SydWest meeting rooms

               L2, 125 Main Street, Blacktown

 

Find out more and register for a free ticket 


About us:

About us

SydWest Multicultural Services is a leading organisation for cultural diversity issues, responding to community needs and opportunities throughout Western Sydney, and more recently, parts of the Inner West.

We help people of all ages and backgrounds live a better life through services including aged care, disability support and housing assistance, and programs for women, youth and families. Helping migrants and refugees settle into our community is a big part of what we do.

We are proud to have an inclusive, eithnically diverse and bilingual workforce sensitive to the languages, cultures and individual needs of the communities we service and support.


Contact details:

Vikki Hine, Media and Events Officer vikki.hine@sydwest.org.au T: 0428 109 215

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