40 years experience

34 locations across Australia

100,000s of job seekers placed

Joblife Employment is an exciting new joint venture between two of Australia’s most experience and respected organisations:

Life Without Barriers and Angus Knight

 + = A Job for Everybody

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A participant is eligible for Disability Employment Services if they, have a disability, injury or health condition; are at least legal working age in your state or territory; under aged pension age; and are an Australian resident. Centrelink needs to complete an assessment to determine your eligibility and the number of hours you can work in most cases.

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Joblife Employment can arrange for reasonable and fair workplace modifications to your office or work vehicles through the Employee Assistance Fund.  This can include special software and computers, Auslan training, support in training of equipment installed to assist your employee and in-house workplace training for your employees to understand working with a person of disability.

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Certainly. Resumes, cover letters and selection criteria, even video resumes are critical in making a great first impression with an employer. Joblife consultants would love to help you with any of these to increase your chances of gaining an interview.

Have another question?  Check out our Frequently Asked Questions by other job seekers or contact us today.

  • Thank you so much, Joblife.  I now feel like I have a much better chance of finding work thanks to you.

    Greg, Adelaide
  • Joblife had all the answers to my questions, helped fill out the paperwork and found the right person for the role.

    Bruce Prince
    Sunview by Glass and Aluminium
  • They took care of all the paperwork, explained everything clearly and have provided support to the employees. I would highly recommend them to anyone.

    Yaseer Saeed
    Hollywood Car Wash
  • How Dicky Beach Surf Club is supporting Matthew

    When Matthew changed schools for family reasons he had to leave his employment which resulted in the cancellation of his school based traineeship in hospitality. Find out how Joblife got him back on track.

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  • How Joblife assists Katelyn with the ongoing learning support she needs in her apprenticeship.

    Petene Hughes from Zimbuca hair salon saw something of her younger self in Katelyn when she offered her a job. With ongoing support from Heath at Joblife Mooloolaba, Katelyn is now thriving as an apprentice.

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  • Why a 5 Star disability employment service provider is a good fit for Issatec

    With a rapidly growing business, Mohammed Issa wanted to build a safe, inclusive and diverse workforce.

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  • How recruiting people with disability is building a diverse workforce for Hollywood Car Wash

    Hollywood Car Wash is building a diverse workforce having recently employed a number of staff with disability. Owner Yassir, has high praise for his new staff members, and found the process easy and simple with the support from his consultants.

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  • How Joblife Mooloolaba partnered with Bruce from Sunview

    Our Mooloolaba office opened its doors on the 2nd July and Heath has hit the ground running matching Hunter to a role with Bruce and his local business. The business currently employs 12 people including glaziers and support staff and are pleased to welcome new hire Hunter, who is on the Autism Spectrum, to the the team!

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Congratulations to Sean Walsh on making the Australian Deaf Cricket Team

One of our job seekers has just been named in the Australian Deaf Cricket Team. Sean Walsh is the only Queenslander in the team and the only off-spinner. He will head to India in November - here is his story.

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Top Tips For Exam Preparation from Autistic Not Weird

Chris Bonnello is a former primary school teacher and now a special needs tutor. He was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome when he was 25 and has gone on to become an author and international speaker and is the genius behind the award winning autisticnotweird.com. He has kindly shared his tips for students about to sit for their final exams. Here is the first in a two part series.

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War, famine, refugee – Joseph’s story

Joblife’s Coffs Harbour Employment Consultant, Joseph Majambere, has an extraordinary background. Born in Burundi, a small country located in Central-East Africa, he was just 11 when civil war broke out in 1993. He lost his father in the war, but circumstances were so dire there was little chance to grieve.

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