Making News
02/09/2020
Hunt for Peninsula jobs gets an extra boost

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A Mornington Peninsula employment facilitator will help bring job-seekers and employers together to lead the Peninsula’s jobs recovery from COVID-19 and get residents back into work, Flinders federal Liberal MP Greg Hunt announced today.

The initiative is part of a $62.8 million Federal Government program that will see 14 new employment facilitators join 11 existing facilitators to help connect job-seekers to employment opportunities in their areas. The facilitators, described by Mr Hunt as an on-the-ground presence working with job-seekers in specific regions to link them with training, job opportunities or other support, will chair jobs and skills taskforces across Australia, including the Peninsula and southeast Melbourne. The taskforces will bring together employers, employment and training providers and other stakeholders to develop job projects. Local recovery funds will be available in each selected region to support this approach.

Mr Hunt said the recovery would be locally led to provide tailored support to help residents on the Peninsula find work here and across southeast Melbourne. “Local knowledge and collaboration on the Peninsula will be vital to achieving this,” he said. “Using information provided by the National Skills Commission, our local jobs and skills taskforce will develop a local jobs plan, identifying the region’s priorities, opportunities and skills gaps. The employment facilitator for the Peninsula and southeast Melbourne will then work with employers, employment services providers and training providers to match job-seekers with appropriate employment and training opportunities.”

The program will run until June 30, 2022. For more details, click here.

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