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Jobs on show at Bundaberg Careers Expo

Bundaberg Careers Expo
It will be a hive of activity at the Bundaberg Multiplex from 9 am to 4 pm with a range of businesses and organisations on hand to chat to locals about career opportunities in the area for the Bundaberg Careers Expo.

Those looking for a new career, to enhance their skillset or meet likeminded job seekers are encouraged to attend the Bundaberg Careers Expo on Wednesday.

It will be a hive of activity at the Bundaberg Multiplex from 9 am to 4 pm with a range of businesses and organisations on hand to chat to locals about career opportunities in the area. 

The expo is a partnership event between Bundaberg Regional Council, Link and Launch (Department of Education) and Jobs Bundaberg and aims to connect the region’s industry with the community to enable pathways to employment and further education.

Mayor Jack Dempsey said Council was proud to co-host the expo and provide information to those who may wish to start a career in local government. 

“Bundaberg Regional Council is a major employer in the region and we offer many exciting employment and career opportunities for jobseekers,” he said. 

“The Bundaberg Careers Expo is a great opportunity, not only for Council, but for jobseekers to meet with a wide variety of potential employers, educators and service providers while having real conversations with real people about employment.”

A key focus of the 2023 expo is to equip young people across the region with information and tools to successfully navigate life after school.

Link and Launch spokesperson Bec Egan said she was excited to meet local school students on Wednesday. 

“The expo is a great opportunity for Link and Launch to engage with the year 12 students in the region and highlight the assistance we can provide them once they graduate from high school,” she said. 

“Additionally, we are looking to meeting with all of the incredible exhibitors because it will give us a chance to network, remain informed, and stay in contact with the many options that are available to help our youth make transitions that are both meaningful and sustainable once they graduate.”

Silver sponsor Access Recreation will also be on hand to provide information and support. 

The organisation's Cirsty Murphy said she looked forward to meeting with many job seekers who were interested in making a difference in the lives of people living with a disability. 

“We look forward to connecting with job seekers to discuss in more detail about a career in support work,” she said. 

“It’s a fantastic way for business to connect with job seekers who are looking for employment.”

Bundaberg Careers Expo details:

Date: Wednesday 24 May 2023

Time: 9 am – 4 pm

Location: Bundaberg Multiplex Sport and Convention Centre

Address: 1 Civic Ave, Bundaberg West

The Bundaberg Careers Expo is proudly sponsored by Bundaberg Regional Council, Shalom College, Jobs Bundaberg, CQUniversity, Community Lifestyle Support and Access Recreation.  



  1. Job expos & job networks should have businesses available to lease or buy as a option as well. Someone could be working in there own business. Places in the rounds arcade & Earls Court are real cheap to lease.

    Self-Employment Assistance is available including small business coaching with upto 39 weeks of allowance & 26 weeks of rent assistance to help get you started (replaces NEIS) https://www.dewr.gov.au/self-employment-assistance

  2. Remember there’s funding to help hire people. The state government reset the back to work program cap during COVID so all employers are now eligible to receive 4 more support payments for hiring again. Get upto $80,000 for hiring new staff.

    Upto $20,000 for Hiring:
    15 – 24 Year olds

    Upto $15,000 for hiring:
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
    People with disability
    Long term unemployed persons

    Part time 20 hours+ per a week attracts 75% of payment

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