Sidekicker: a match-making service for work!
Sidekicker matches up businesses who have increased labour/workforce demand with Victorians who have lost their jobs during the pandemic
A Matchmaking Service for Work!
Australia’s labour market is ever changing. The Coronavirus Pandemic has had a profound impact on the world of work with many workers being displaced and Australia’s employment landscape becoming over-saturated with job-seekers.
However, it’s not all bad news! Some industries are more in need of temporary workers than ever before.
To assist job-seekers, industry and the community, the Victorian Government has partnered with Sidekicker to match up businesses who have increased labour/workforce demand with Victorians who have lost their jobs during the pandemic. It’s a matchmaking service for work!
What is Sidekicker?
Sidekicker is an interactive jobs platform helping people find work during the COVID-19 pandemic. You could find temporary and casual labour in the following industries:
- Business Support
- Aged Care
- Warehousing & Logistics
Using the platform means your get sent potential opportunities to your phone and opt into the ones you want. You could work in a variety of diverse roles across several companies or industries.
How can GOTAFE help?
The GOTAFE Skills and Jobs Centre staff have recently undertaken specific training to help affected members of the community find jobs through the Sidekicker platform. Our staff can help guide you through the program to help you find a role during these challenging times. We’ve got all the help you need to find work in this changing environment
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