Employment

Employment Opportunities in Australia

We provide employment services to individuals to assist them to find employment opportunities in Australia or other countries.



We are proud to be able to offer both candidates and employers unparalleled access to the job and candidate markets. This network, together with an international team of expert staff, has contributed to VETEA’s reputation as a market leading supplier of personnel around the globe.

JobLink Australia is a recruitment and labour hire agency. We are proud to offer both candidates and employers unparalleled access to both the job and candidate markets. This network, together with an international team of expert staff, has contributed to JobLink Australia’s reputation as a market leading supplier of personnel around the globe.

JobLink Australia focuses on providing comprehensive people solutions to its clients in a partnership approach to sharing risk and business goals. JobLink Australia Recruitment has access to a global network of candidates and employers to provide a seamless solution for your staffing requirements.

VETEA’s subsidiary organisation JobLink Australia offers work opportunities in Australia.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to work in Australia.

  • 200 carers needed
  • 200 cooks needed
  • Paid Professional Internship Program with Training Visa (407)

200 Qualified Carers Needed

JobLink Australia is requiring clients to work in the industry of Aged Care, Disability, Home and Community Care. These positions are throughout Queensland and New South Wales either under the Employer Nomination Scheme or Temporary Shortage Skills program.

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200 Qualified Cooks Needed

JobLink Australia is requiring 200 qualified Cooks to work for Queensland Community Clubs in Australia either under the employer nomination scheme or temporary shortage skills program.

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Paid Professional Internship Program with Training Visa (407)

Training Visa (Subclass 407) is designed for candidates who are either offshore or in Australia and wish to participate in occupational training or professional development in a variety of industries for up to 2 years.

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200 Qualified Carers Needed

The Project

JobLink Australia is requiring clients to work in the industry of Aged Care, Disability, Home and Community Care. These positions are throughout Queensland and New South Wales either under the Employer Nomination Scheme or Temporary Shortage Skills program.

Our Clients

Aged Care, Disability and Home and Community Care (HACC) Organisations in both Queensland and New South Wales.

Position Description

  • Assisting clients with personal care activities.
  • Providing companionship and support during daily activities.
  • Performing household tasks such as preparing meals, laundry, shopping and cleaning.
  • Implementing strategies for managing dementia and other health issues.
  • Delivering activities that promote emotional and intellectual stimulation.
  • Maintaining a safe living environment by minimising or removing safety risks or hazards.
  • Transporting clients to appointments, outings and social engagements.
  • Using equipment to assist clients with limited mobility such as hoists, swivel cushions and wheelchairs.
  • Implementing care programs for clients in residential care facilities.
  • Liaising with other health care professionals, family members and carers.

Essential Skills and Experience

  • Minimum qualification required: CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support
  • Work experience: Minimum 2 years in the industry
  • English language skills: IELTS 6.0 in all 4 bands (General Stream) under Subclass 187
  • Overall test score of 5 with at least 4.5 in each of the four test components or equivalent under the Temporary Skills Shortage program (SC482)

Essential Attributes

  • Meet qualification and work experience requirements
  • Meet character and health requirements

Desirable

  • Achieve an Australian accredited qualification
  • Proven record of community engagement experience
  • Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with partners
  • Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team

Remuneration

  • Depending upon work experience and qualifications
  • Starting salary from AUD $54,000 per annum plus superannuation contribution

Terms of Employment

  • This is a full-time position
  • Employment contract will indicate the terms and conditions of the role based on existing workplace rights and obligations
  • Confirmation in this position is subject to a successful three (3) month probation period
  • Subclass 482 (Temporary Skills Shortage) visa or
  • Candidates will work under Subclass 187 (Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa)
  • The visa subclass will be determined by the nominating organisation requirement

JobLink Role

JobLink Australia will select 200 highly qualified Ageing and Disability Carers onshore and offshore on the basis of meeting the position description, employer’s conditions and candidate’s essential skills and experience criteria.

JobLink Australia will screen all candidates and assess potential candidates suitable for this job by conducting a delivery of CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support covering Aged Care, Disability and Home Care in India in partnership with the Australian Academy, Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Accreditation Number 31716.

JobLink Australia will provide Aged Care, Disability and Home and Community Care (HACC) Organisations (the Employers) with three nominees and the Employer will select their preferred candidate.

Project Timeline

JobLink Australia will recruit highly qualified Ageing and Disability Carers within 12 months, starting from Monday, 30th April 2018 up to Friday, 3rd May 2019.

How to apply?

If this job appeals to you and it will meet your skills, experience and qualification, please contact us and request an Expression of Interest Application.

Note: Only candidates that meet our client’s criteria will be shortlisted and contacted.

200 Qualified Cooks Needed

The Project

JobLink Australia is requiring 200 qualified Cooks to work for Queensland Community Clubs in Australia either under the employer nomination scheme or temporary shortage skills program.

Our Clients

Members of Queensland Community Clubs located in metro or regional areas in the state of Queensland, Australia.

Position Description

  • Examining foodstuffs to ensure quality
  • Regulating temperatures of ovens, grills and other cooking equipment
  • Preparing and cooking food
  • Seasoning food during cooking
  • Portioning food, placing it on plates, and adding gravies, sauces and garnishes
  • Storing food in temperature controlled facilities
  • Preparing food to meet special dietary requirements
  • May plan menus and estimate food requirements
  • May train other kitchen staff and apprentices

Essential Skills and Experience

  • Minimum qualification required: Certificate IV in Hospitality (Cookery Stream) or higher
  • Work experience: minimum 3 years full time as a Cook
  • English language skills: IELTS 6.0 in all 4 bands (General Stream) or equivalent for subclass 187
  • Overall test score of 5 with at least 4.5 in each of the four test components or equivalent in the Temporary Skills Shortage program under TSS

Essential Attributes

  • Aged between 18 and less than 45 years old at time of visa application for Subclass 187 applicants
  • Meet qualification and work experience requirements
  • Meet character and health requirements
  • Positive skills assessment from VETASSESS or Trades Recognition Australia (TRA)
  • Desirable

    • Achieve an Australian accredited qualification
    • Proven record of community engagement experience
    • Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with partners
    • Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team

    Remuneration

    • Dependent upon experience and qualifications
    • Starting salary from AUD $53,900 per annum plus superannuation contribution

    Terms of Employment

    • This is a full-time position
    • Employment contract will indicate the terms and conditions of the role based on existing workplace rights and obligations
    • Confirmation in this position is subject to a successful three (3) month probation period
    • Subclass 482 (Temporary Skills Shortage) visa or
    • Candidates will work under Subclass 187 (Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa)
    • The visa subclass will be determined by the nominating club requirement

    JobLink Role

    JobLink Australia will select 200 highly qualified Cooks onshore and offshore on the basis of meeting the position description, employer’s conditions and candidate’s essential skills and experience criteria.

    JobLink Australia will screen all candidates and assess potential candidates suitable for this job by conducting the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process.

    JobLink Australia will provide Queensland Community Clubs (the Employers) with three nominees and the Employer (the Club) will select their preferred candidate.

    Project Timeline

    JobLink Australia will recruit 200 Cooks within 12 months, starting from Monday, 2nd April 2018 up to Friday, 29th March 2019.

    How to apply?

    If this job appeals to you and it will meet your skills, experience and qualification, please contact us and request an Expression of Interest Application.

    Note: Only candidates that meet our client’s criteria will be shortlisted and contacted.

    Paid Professional Internship Program with Training Visa (407)

    Who is this program for?

    Training Visa (Subclass 407) is designed for candidates who are either offshore or in Australia and wish to participate in occupational training or professional development in a variety of industries for up to 2 years.

    Subclass 407 sponsorship is organised for candidates by Joblink Australia.

    This program provides candidates with an opportunity to highlight their ability, capability, and skills to their potential employer. While there is a chance for the candidate to receive offers from employers to extend their sponsorship to a Subclass 482 (Temporary Skills Shortage) visa, Subclass 186 (Employer Nomination Scheme Direct Entry Stream), or Subclass 187 (Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme), this should not be the primary focus for the decision to undertake this visa type.

    The Training Visa (Subclass 407) paid professional internship program aims to develop the candidate’s skills in a profession they are already familiar in with both knowledge and experience and looking to progress to the next stage of their career while receiving financial remuneration for their participation in the program.

    Who can apply for the Training Visa?

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • Be at least 18 years of age
    • Have an occupation on the list of eligible occupations for this visa type
    • You must obtain police clearance from each country you have lived in
    • You must meet certain health requirements
    • Have functional English language skills – IELTS 4.5 or equivalent
    • Financial support, you might be asked to provide evidence that you can financially support yourself during your stay in Australia
    • Be sponsored by an approved activities sponsor/employer OR invited by a Commonwealth agency
    • Have adequate health insurance while in Australia

    What are the benefits of a Training Visa?

    The Training Visa may allow the applicant to:

    • Apply onshore and offshore
    • Live in Australia for up to 2 years to complete the training stated in your application
    • Leave and re-enter Australia frequently during the validity of the visa
    • Bring eligible family members to accompany you in Australia. Your spouse can work up to 20 hours per week.

    Employment Offering

    What kind of employment does this program offer?

    This is a specialised program and currently offers two occupation lists:

    1. The Medium and Long-Term Occupation List (214 occupations)
    2. The Short-Term Skilled Occupation List (254 occupations)

    For the purpose of the Training Visa, both occupation lists apply. Please check with our recruitment team.

    Program Delivery Process

    What is the Visa Application Process?

    There are 3 stages to your Training Visa application.

    1. Sponsorship application
    2. Nomination application
    3. Visa application

    Sponsorship application

    Department of Home Affairs assesses the employer’s eligibility to sponsor you.

    Nomination application

    The sponsor (employer) must nominate you for one of the occupations on the eligible skilled occupations list for this visa type. For your nomination application a Training Plan needs to be prepared.

    Visa application

    At this stage you will apply for the Training Visa to work in Australia.

    How long do you have to wait for your visa?

    Current processing times for this visa type are 54 to 88 days. However, every case is dealt with individually and processing times can change to shorter or longer periods than the estimated processing times.

    You can find the most current visa processing times on the Department of Home Affairs (access the Global Visa Processing Times page at https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/about/access-accountability/service-standards/global-visa-citizenship-processing-times).

    JobLink Australia has a partnership with Alliance Legal and Immigration Services, managed by Mr. Nelchor (Nel) Varquez. Nel is a Solicitor and a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1277316).