There’s a job out there for
you, let's go find it

Whether you've been out of work for a while, recently lost your job, or you have an injury, illness or disability, we can help you find a job.

Whatever your age, location, culture or background, we know how hard it can be to get back to work.

When you come to APM, we listen to you, learn about your life and deliver a program that works for you.

If you have been referred to APM by Centrelink, then you’re in the right place. If you have been referred to APM by another organisation, we can help you too.

Our programs vary in the type of support depending on your needs, but they each include steps to help you:

  • Build your job searching skills
  • Find job opportunities near you
  • Create a strong resume
  • Prepare for job interviews
  • Speak confidently to potential employers

If you’re a mature job seeker, a young job seeker or about to leave school we have services for you.

If you're an Indigenous Australian, or from a culturally diverse community looking to find your next job, we can help.

jobactive candidate Narelle found success with APM

Get started with Workforce Australia Services

Workforce Australia helps people find suitable and sustainable jobs. APM's local employment consultants know where the jobs are and will talk you through how you can identify the best opportunities for you.

Including access to support to overcome challenges to finding work and matching you to local employers.

Female DES participant talking to APM consultant at desk

Disability Employment Services

If you have an injury, illness or disability, we can help you find a job, stay in work, and identify what you need to make your job easier.

Indigenous job seeker Brian smiling

Indigenous employment

If you’re an Indigenous Australian and you want to get to work, we’re here to help. APM supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seekers to find work through our range of specialised services, including as a Specialist Service provider for Workforce Australia.

Older male job seeker talking to APM consultant

APM and Centrelink

APM works with Centrelink and the Australian Government to help job seekers, people with disabilities, Indigenous Australians, retirees, carers, youths and people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds find a job.

NEIS participants who started their own business with support from APM

Self-Employment Assistance

If you have an idea for a new business we can help you get the support and training to make your dream a reality.

If eligible you get help with a business plan, training, professional business advice and mentoring for the first 12 months.

All of the training is at no cost, and we’ll also provide you with access to materials.

NEIS participants who started their own business with support from APM


APM delivers the ParentsNext program on behalf of the Australian Government in Queensland, South Australia and Victoria.

If you're required to join ParentsNext, you will be notified by Centrelink and assigned to a provider.

If you're assigned to APM, you can rest assured you're in safe hands.

Your first appointment with us

When you come to your local APM office, you’ll meet your friendly, employment consultant who is dedicated to you and your job search.

Once you’ve registered with Centrelink and confirmed APM will be your employment services provider, you will be contacted by us directly to set up your first appointment.

Your employment consultant will also email you a survey, which you will need to bring.

At this first meeting, we’ll talk through how we help and what you need to do. We want to get to know you and understand where you’re at.

We’re interested in your strengths, your goals and any challenges to finding employment.

Contact us for more information on what to bring to your first appointment.

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