Australia

Partnerships

APM has a strong network of partnerships across all states and territories of Australia, allowing our Employment Consultants access a greater pool of vacancies from which to match our clients with suitable vacancies and employers.

Programmed (www.programmed.com.au) provides permanent recruitment and labour hire services to more than 7500 employers, and directly employs more than 10,000 skilled and semi-skilled staff. Programmed may have roles that suit APM job seekers.

 

MEGT (www.megt.com.au) is the only national provider for Australian Apprenticeships Support Network, including apprenticeship and traineeship services and Group Training. Workforce planning services are also available to employers.

Job seekers can discuss apprenticeship opportunities and Employers can seek suitable apprentices and government assistance through MEGT.

 

oneshift (www.oneshift.com.au) offers job seekers access to an online Employer-driven job matching network, with over 110,000 job vacancies managed annually.

 

National Partners

In addition to our key partnerships, APM has a range of Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs), Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and established working relationships with employers, employer associations and community organisations.

These are developed both locally and nationally.

Here are links to find out more about some of our national partners:

 

Regional Assessment Service Partners

APM has agreements in place with the following organisations as part of the delivery of the Regional Assessment Service. 

  • Care Options
  • Uniting Care Wesley Port Adelaide
  • Integrated Living
  • Spot4You
  • Vision Australia
  • Diversicare
  • Australian Rural and Remote Community Services
  • Hutt St Centre
  • Multilink
  • Sydney Regional Aboriginal Corporation
  • Core Community Services
  • Community Care NESB
  • Alzheimers Queensland

 

Recognised Signatory – Health Benefits of Work

APM is proud to be recognised by the Australasian Faculty of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (AFOEM) of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) as a signatory to the Health Benefits of Work Consensus Statement.

The statement highlights that work is generally good for health and wellbeing and that ‘long term work absence, work disability and unemployment generally have a negative impact on health and wellbeing’.

To learn more about the initiative, and to read the full position statement, please click here.

 

If you would like to get in touch with APM about a community partnership, please contact Project Officer Sheree Holdsworth here.