Indigenous Jobs Australia
Our Partners

We have a number of Indigenous and employment organisations as partners who provide links to employment information and resources and are working together with the Indigenous Chamber on achieving economic independence and self reliance for Indigenous Australians.

Supporting, encouraging and providing resources to achieving better employment outcomes with the resulting benefits positively impacting on not only the individual but the community as a whole.

Generation One
GenerationOne is a movement for all Australians - Indigenous and non-Indigenous. It is a non-partisan movement and will listen to any and all contributions that can help break the poverty traps, in our generation.
Tribal Warrior

The Tribal Warrior Association was established by concerned Aboriginal people with a view to spread and vitalise Aboriginal culture, and to provide economic and social stability.

The Association provides quality training for employment skills, and extends everyday practical assistance by distributing food and groceries to struggling families.

Skill Hire

We are proud of our success with Indigenous trainees and apprentices and since 1998 we have employed over 400 Indigenous trainees and apprentices through our Group Training division.

Mission Australia

We’re one of Australia’s largest providers of Job Services Australia and Australian Apprenticeships.

Sydney Talent

SydneyTalent is a new initiative of the University of Sydney that connects outstanding pre-graduates and graduates with leading employers for part-time and full-time work opportunities.

The University of Sydney is Australia's first university, attracting students of the highest calibre. They expect, provide, and reflect the unique University of Sydney experience. At SydneyTalent, it's this experience that is the difference for students and employers alike.

Australian Employment Covenant
The Australian Employment Convenant
The Australian Employment Convenant (AEC) is a national initiative which will bring Australians together to break the vicious cycle of unemployment and poverty amongst indigenous Australians.The AEC Advocates a "learn to earn" policy for all Australians who have the capacity to work.
Australian Indigenous Chamber Of Commerce
The Australian Indigenous Chamber of Commerce
The Australian Indigenous Chamber of Commerce (Indigenous Chamber) was established by Warren Mundine, George Newhouse and Shane Phillips to promote and serve the interests of Indigenous Australians through economic independence.
Australian Employment Strategy

The Aboriginal Employment Strategy (AES) is a not-for-profit organisation that specialises in placing and mentoring Aboriginal people into employment. The AES employs 76 Indigenous staff; we have direct relationships with a further 1500 job placements plus more than 200 school-based trainees preparing to enter the workforce.


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