Jobs Victoria supports people looking for work and connects employers with the staff they need. We provide information and advice in person, online and on the phone.
We support people looking for work, particularly people who have been affected by the impacts of the pandemic. We support people who face barriers to joining the labour force and we understand that everyone’s journey to employment is personal.
If you’ve been looking for work for a while or you’re facing challenges that make it harder to find a job, Jobs Victoria can assist.
We also support businesses across the state to find the staff they need, so they can grow and contribute to Victoria’s economy. We understand that secure employment is about meeting both the jobseeker and the employer’s needs.
Jobs Victoria services
The Jobs Victoria online hub is a free service that matches employers with people looking for work.
- People looking for work can search for available jobs and register with the online hub to apply for jobs.
- Businesses can register with the online hub to post job vacancies and find staff.
The Jobs Victoria hotline is a free service available 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday. People looking for work and businesses looking for staff can call the hotline on 1300 208 575 for job and recruitment support.
The Jobs Victoria wage subsidy provides up to $20,000 to help businesses employ new staff or increase hours for existing staff, in particular those most affected by the pandemic. Wage subsidies are provided through the Jobs Victoria Fund. Find out more or apply for a wage subsidy. The Fund also supports Innovation projects that create jobs in sectors facing workforce shortages.
Jobs Victoria Partners work locally, assisting employers to find staff. To access free recruitment support, employers can connect with a local Jobs Victoria Partner using our map.
The Victorian Social Enterprise Strategy 2021 – 2025 aims to strengthen and expand Victoria’s social enterprise sector, creating jobs for more Victorians. Find out more.
Jobs Victoria Work and Learning Centres support people looking for work, especially those living in public or social housing. Find out more about Work and Learning Centres.
Jobs Victoria offers language support through translated information in languages other than English. We can also connect you with a translator to help you use our services.
The Hon. Jaala Pulford
Minister for Employment
Minister for Innovation, Medical Research and the Digital Economy
Minister for Small Business
Minister for Resources
Careers with the Victorian State Government
If you are looking for career opportunities with the Victorian Public Service, please go to Careers@Vic.