What job searching skills do you need to make an impact?
Job hunting jobs can be an important part of your career, whether you are looking for a particular position or not.
Here are some of the top jobs available in Australia.1.
Land and Sea Transport and Supply Tradespeople are among the most sought after in Australia for their skills.
The transport industry employs over 10,000 people and employs over 1.4 million Australians.
Transporting goods and services from the coast to regional centres can be a highly lucrative career.
The vast majority of people looking for jobs in the transport industry are aged 25 to 54, according to a recent survey.2.
Driver and Driver Support Personnel and Trainee drivers are among Australia’s most sought-after tradespeople.
There are a range of jobs available, from drivers to trainees and apprentices.3.
Transport and Transportation Services (TTS) is the largest employer of drivers and drivers’ assistants in Australia, with over 2,000 positions.4.
The National Parks and Wildlife Department is a leading employer of TTS personnel, with nearly 1,000 full-time and part-time positions.5.
The Department of Transport is Australia’s second largest employer.
It employs over 2.8 million people, employing more than 2.3 million Australians, according the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.6.
The Australian Human Rights Commission is Australia and New Zealand’s leading independent agency on sexual and gender based violence, with the mandate to address systemic issues in Australia’s workplace and society.7.
The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody (RCAD) is a non-partisan inquiry into the causes and effects of the Aboriginal Deaths Act 1992.
It is also the primary vehicle for investigating the causes of deaths in custody and the implementation of the Racial Discrimination Act (RDA) in Australia and the Northern Territory.8.
The Queensland Government has a range, from the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Deaths and the RCA to the Queensland Police Force.9.
The Victorian Government is one of Australia’s largest employers of full-timers.
Its employment numbers are estimated to be between 7,000 and 8,000.10.
The Federal Government has an extensive range of roles and responsibilities including, the Employment Insurance Scheme, the Community Employment Act, the National Disability Insurance Scheme and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs and Northern Development Legislation.11.
The Employment Equity Council of Australia (EECA) is Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom’s largest organisation of employment equity professionals.12.
The New South Wales Government has more than 400 full- time jobs available.13.
The Tasmanian Government has the highest employment in the state.14.
The Western Australian Government has over 5,000 employment opportunities available, including a range from administrative support, to sales and marketing, to health and education.15.
The South Australian Government is a regional government with more than 300 full- and part time positions.16.
The Northern Territory Government has one of the largest and most varied employment networks in Australia with over 200 positions available across six local government areas.17.
The NSW Government has approximately 1,400 employment opportunities across 13 local government regions, including more than 1,100 in the Northern Rivers region.18.
The ACT Government has some of Australia ‘s highest employment rates in the country with over 25,000 job vacancies available.19.
The federal government has over 20,000 employees across 14 departments and agencies.20.
The state and territory governments have more than 7,500 full- or part- time positions available.21.
The NT Government has around 1,300 full-, part- and casual-time jobs available for people aged between 18 and 64.22.
The Aboriginal and Northern Territory Governments have over 3,000 vacancies available for workers aged between 16 and 60.23.
The national education system has a total of 6,800 positions available, with more opportunities in regional, regional and local government.24.
The regional health service has approximately 4,000 jobs available across 12 regional health areas.25.
The Indigenous and Torres Tasmanian Governments have more opportunities for employment in remote and community based settings.26.
The states and territories have a number of regional employment agencies, including Aboriginal and Remote Employment Services, the Indigenous and Northern Affairs Commission, the Regional Youth Employment Agency, the Northern Tasmania Employment Agency and the NT Youth Employment Service.27.
The Government of Western Australia has a significant number of full and parttime positions available for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.28.
The Reserve Bank of Australia is the nation’s central bank and the largest provider of economic policy advice to the Australian public.29.
The Office of the Chief Medical Officer (Ombudsperson) is an independent organisation established to oversee health services for Aboriginal communities and to ensure the quality of care provided to Aboriginal people.30.
The Commonwealth Government has two separate agencies working to promote the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal Australians: Aboriginal Health Service (