Our Employment Services brand, atWork Australia, has been helping deliver employment services on behalf of the Australian Government since 2003.

From more than 300 locations around the nation, atWork Australia currently delivers Disability Employment Services (DES)Indigenous Employment Services, Workforce Australia and ParentsNext, striving for fulfilled lives and a strong and inclusive Australia through health and employment.

Partnering with more than 10,000 employers across the country, atWork Australia has placed over 23,000 Australians into meaningful and sustainable employment in the past five years, across a diverse range of industries and occupations.

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We work closely with our job seekers and employer partners to ensure we get the right person into the right job, every time.


We work with employers of all sizes around Australia, sourcing skilled and job-ready candidates for their vacancies.


We have a deep understanding of our job seekers’ journeys. We listen and pursue feedback to continuously improve our service.


We offer tailored and individual support via our team of caring and professional Employment Consultants and Job Coaches.


We collaborate with community organisations to ensure our job seekers get the specialist support services they may need.


Our job seekers have access to qualified in-house allied health professionals, including psychologists, who can assist with a range of support.

Arron’s Journey Towards Employment

Arron is a 26-year-old Indigenous male from Western Australia who faced numerous barriers to employment, including a past criminal record, mental health issues, homelessness and long term unemployment. With tailored support from atWork Australia that included counselling, confidence building, goal setting, financial help and support to obtaining housing, Arron was able to secure employment in his desired role as a forklift operator.

“I really like my job,” said Arron. “I feel my life is stable and secure now and my girls get to see their dad again.”

Arron’s story is one of immense achievement in how he was able to overcome such significant barriers and point his life in the right direction. Arron was a 2019 National Employment Services Association (NESA) finalist in the Achiever of The Year Category.

Employer Partnerships – atWork Australia and Stellar

Stellar’s partnership with atWork Australia is a new relationship that has led to more than 120 successful placements since 2018, through both jobactive and Disability Employment Services. The benefits of this partnership have been immediately obvious for disadvantaged job seekers who are given the chance to learn new skills through full-time paid training from Stellar, as well as the option to pursue a Certificate III in Customer Engagement.

“We have only been working with atWork Australia for the past 18 months, however we have seen the true benefit that this kind of partnership brings; for our business, our clients’ business, and importantly, our employees. We look forward to building on our partnership with atWork Australia in the future.”

Stellar’s commitment to employing disadvantaged Australians was recognised at the 2019 National Employment Services Association (NESA) Awards where they were a finalist in the Champion Employer of The Year Category.

Candice’s Journey Towards Employment

Candice was struggling to find employment that was the right fit for life and her health condition. Candice’s Disability Employment Services Job Coach could see how determined, flexible and motivated she was to find meaningful work. By working closely together, Candice and her Job Coach were able to secure a part-time job for Candice that was a perfect fit.

View the video below to find out more about Candice’s journey and how, despite her unique challenges, she was able to gain employment with the right employer.

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atWork Australia is an established provider of government employment services programs, including:

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