Jobs and careers

  • Air services Australia recruits aviation fire fighters who are employed at airports across Australia.
  • Australia Post provides information on the type of jobs available within the organisation.
  • Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) provides information about the entry requirements, academic training and military training that ADFA offer.
  • Australian Federal Police (AFP) has information on recruitment into the AFP.
  • Australian Film Commission is an Australian Government website offering information on careers and training, with a focus on the film and media industries.
  • Australian Institute of Professional Photography is a not-for-profit organisation run voluntarily for and by professional photographers and industry representatives who seek to set a standard of excellence within the photographic industry.
  • Australian Retailers Association provides excellence in retail consulting & education offering the latest in both training and professional development for members and non-members of the Association.
  • Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL) provides information on the Australian security industry including training options available.
  • Auto Careers provide information about occupations and qualifications in the automotive industry and where to go to for further assistance.
  • Big Plans contains comprehensive information on the various opportunities on offer within the construction industry including career pathways, income estimates, qualifications and jobs in demand.
  • Building Group Apprenticeship Scheme Ltd (TasBGAS) is a not-for-profit, group training organisation, dedicated to developing the vocational skills and expertise of Tasmania's future building and construction leaders.
    Address: 175 Campbell St, HOBART Tas 7000 Phone: 6234 3844 Email: admin@tasbgas.com.au
  • Careers with the Tasmanian Government provides information on current vacancies within the Tasmanian State Service.
  • Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) offers general career information in the science field, with information on pathways and personal profiles.
  • Community Services and Health Industry Skills Council offer career pathway and training package information across the health and community care spectrums.
  • Construct My Career offers advice on planning a career in the construction industry, including job descriptions, skills required, education and training pathways.
  • Defence Forces has career options available to those interested in a defence force career and includes a career explorer option. The Defence Forces also enlist the services of career advisors in all States.
  • DHHS health careers and career pathways has information on a range of health related jobs, career pathways and working for DHHS.
  • Disability Employment Services contains a list of specialist services supporting people with a disability.
  • Engineer Girl is an American website highlighting careers available in science/engineering with a focus on attracting females into the sector.
  • Engineering Engineering is the innovative art of combining math and science to design, develop structures, processes and materials to solve problems.
  • Financial Planning Association provides information for those considering financial planning as a career, in addition to the training required to become a certified financial planner.
  • Hydro Tasmania offers a diverse range of career options with opportunities to work in Tasmania, interstate or overseas.
  • ICT Careers Portal offers information on careers, education and training in the information and communication technology services sector.
  • Institute of Surveyors Australia offers information related to all types of surveying careers and outlines specific pathway options.
  • Make It encourages users to explore the range of careers, products, skills and training offered by manufacturing industries.
  • Manufacturing, engineering, aerospace, and boating industries offers information on skills and training for the manufacturing, engineering, aerospace and boating industries.
  • Mapping Sciences Institute Australia (MSIA) offers information related to careers in the spatial science area.
  • Max Employment MAX Employment is one of the largest Job Services Australia service providers, operating from 74 offices and 40 outreach locations across Australia.
    Address: Level 5, 188 Collins Street, Hobart 7000 Phone: (03) 62384500 Email: Hobart@maxemployment.com.au
  • McDonalds Career provides information on Crew benefits including hours to fit around your studies or sporting and family commitments, our training, discounts, grants, scholarships and more.
  • Minerals and Metals provides good reference material for secondary school students, relating to the mining industry and careers.
  • Minerals Council of Australia highlights over 30 careers within the mining industry, using profiles and video clips.
  • National Institute of Forensic Science provides information on careers and tertiary education in forensic science.
  • Nursery and Garden Industry is the peak body representing industry, growers and allied trade.
  • Rural Skills Australia offers career pathways information for a variety of rural industries, in addition to training particulars and contacts.
  • Tasmania Police provides information about recruitment into the Tasmanian Police. Tasmania Police offers competitive salaries, career opportunities, tertiary education and more.
  • Tasmanian Building and Construction Industry and Training Board (TBCITB) provides a career section allowing you to find all the information you need about jobs in the building industry and career pathways for those careers.
  • Tasmanian Fire Service is the main employer of fire-fighters in Tasmania. The website includes recruitment information for both career and volunteer fire-fighters.
  • Tasmanian Minerals Council is the representative organisation for the exploration, mining and mineral processing industries in Tasmania.
  • The Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy provides comprehensive careers information to students and mature age entrants who are considering a career in the minerals industry.
  • Tourism Training Australia contains information on apprenticeships and traineeships in the Australian tourism industry.
  • Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia provides information on careers and training as a veterinary nurse.
  • Waste Management Association of Australia is the peak body for those employed in the waste management industry. The website offers information on the industry, in addition to jobs available.
  • Zoom is a comprehensive website which includes career options, pathway information and training alternatives within the manufacturing industries.