TaskForce is helping 31 people get back to work
TaskForce will employ 31 people unemployed because of COVID to work with several partner agencies to undertake a variety of roles across the community services sector.
This Victorian government initiative helps people who have lost their jobs due to the economic impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19) to find new work opportunities and businesses to find employees with relevant skills and experience. Working for Victoria has joined with the Victorian Council of Social Services (VCOSS) – a strong advocate for the community sector – to deliver funding to 59 organisations including TaskForce, Anglicare, the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Jesuit Social Services, Uniting and Foodbank, supporting 1,100 new jobs for the sector.
The new workers will perform roles including employment support, counselling and youth services, community engagement, emergency and food relief, family support and support for culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
If you are a candidate who is interested in applying for one of these 31 vacancies with TaskForce, please register on the Sidekicker platform by following this link: https://www.vic.gov.au/workingforvictoria
Please note that when you register on Sidekicker, you will need to select the health care and social assistance and community and personal service worker categories to see the TaskForce opportunities.
For further information on the vacancies, please contact Kate Forer, HR Manager on 9532 0811.
This initiative is funded by the Victorian Government.