A commitment to equal opportunity
The Victorian Government is committed to ensuring its workforce is reflective of the community it serves. This includes increasing the employment of people with a disability and actively promoting awareness and understanding among government employers to create inclusive and diverse work environments.
We embrace inclusive employment as an equal opportunity employer. People with a disability are encouraged to apply for jobs in the Victorian Government. If you need help at any stage of the recruitment process contact the human resources branch in the department or agency, or the nominated contact officer for an advertised vacancy.
JobAccess is an information and advice service funded by the Australian Government. It offers help and workplace solutions for people with disability and their employers. JobAccess is an initiative of the Australian Government to support the employment of people with disability.
JobAccess includes a comprehensive, easy to use website and a free telephone information and advice service where you can access confidential, expert advice on the employment of people with disability.
JobAccess has information to help you enter the workforce for the first time or to return after a break. It also has information to help you get a new job.
To visit Job Access go to www.jobaccess.gov.au or call 1800 464 800 for more information.
The Office for Disability website has information about inclusive and flexible workplaces and inclusive recruitment and retention practices. There is also information for employees and employers about reasonable adjustment and disclosing disability.
To access these resources go to www.officefordisability.vic.gov.au or call 1300 880 043 for more information.