CareersCentre

CAREERS CENTRE

Located in the Library, The Claremont College Career Centre allows students to access a wide range of information from further education and training to industry opportunities within the local and greater Hobart area.

The Career Centre is open Monday – Friday from 9am onwards.

Email: paul.cooksey@education.tas.gov.au
Ph: 6249 6868

FIND YOUR PATH

Find a pathway that works for you!
We offer:

• TasTAFE opportunities and applications
• Further education and training
• College course counselling

GET CONNECTED

Connecting with the community can open the door to a variety of career options. Ask us about:

• Australian school based Apprenticeships
• Industry connections
• UTAS partnerships

GET HIRED

As a job candidate, it can be very helpful to consider just how employers make hiring decisions as you plan your job search approach. We offer assistance with:

• Resume and cover letter writing
• Job search strategies
• Interview techniques
• Career profiling

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The following websites are designed to assist with your career strategy needs

EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

Year 13 futures of work expo | 25-27 August 2020

Future of Work Access; The Year13 Expo: Future of Work, held 25-27 August 2020, will feature three days of employment, career and skills focused content including live chats, exhibitor ‘booths’ and webinars from influencers and experts.

During National Skills Week, August 25-27, the Year13 Future of Work Expo will arm students with information and insights into the future of the Australian workforce.

Click on the below link to register your interest and to take part in this event.

Cadet Forester Traineeship Program

Expressions of interest are now open for a positions in the Cadet Forester Program. Positions are located state-wide and anyone interested is encouraged to apply. This position is open to students who will be in Year 11 or 12 in 2021.

Civil Construction Traineeship

The position is based at a Cambridge depot, with the successful candidate being enrolled in a Cert III In Civil Construction.

After 6-12 months performing transport related activities, trainees move out into the field and commence a formal traineeship in civil construction. Traineeships can take a total of 3 years to complete and involve a combination of onsite learning and formal training. At the completion of their traineeship, employees will have completed a Certificate III in Civil Construction – Plant Operations.

NDS Traineeship Pathway Program

NDS is working with a number of disability service providers across the state to develop the Disability Sector Traineeship Pathways Program. The Program is supported by the Tasmanian State Government and aims to increase the use of traineeships in the disability sector for disability support workers.

UTAS Virtual Open Day | 28-30 August

This year, we’re offering an immersive virtual Open Day experience. It’s your chance to explore our campuses and access key information on our courses, pathway programs, scholarships, and more.

utas.edu.au/open-day