WORKSKIL has opened 14 offices in WA as part of an expansion to help 12,000 jobseekers.
The not-for-profit organisation opened stores across Perth, including in Clarkson and Joondalup, on March 26.
There is also a Rockingham office.
“This is an incredibly exciting time to be joining Workskil Australia,” incoming state manager Hugh Reilly said.
“Workskil Australia has an outstanding national reputation in providing employment, indigenous, youth and disability services.
“The organisation’s fresh and innovative approach to working with employers and jobseekers will be very effective in our local labour market.”
The employment services provider recruited 105 staff in WA ahead of the official start date for its job-active contracts.
“We want to make a real difference in WA and achieve positive employment outcomes for jobseekers and employers under the Government’s jobactive program,” chief executive Nicole Dwyer said.
“Over time, we will also be looking to expand our range of services in WA.”
Visit www.workskil.com.au for more information.
Workskil’s incoming state manager Hugh Reilly.