Are you a hospitality business looking for staff?
As part of the Victorian Government’s Business Stimulus Package, Jobs Victoria funding will support workers to be trained for hospitality jobs with small to medium sized businesses.
Recruitment starts this week and runs until September, creating jobs for people whose employment has been hardest hit by the pandemic including women over 45, people from multicultural backgrounds, Aboriginal people, people with disability and young people.
Workers will receive 5 days paid hospitality training such as food handling, barista and responsible service of alcohol training, uniforms and tools of the trade. Further support throughout the program will include mentoring to ensure new workers are supported to succeed on the job and establish a new career in the hospitality industry.
Small and medium-sized hospitality businesses urgently needing staff can access the pool of workers for roles with at least 20 hours of work per week and for up to 26 weeks to assist in managing staff shortages.
Jobs Victoria is partnering with the Apprenticeship Employment Network (AEN) and their Group Training Organisations (GTO) members that are coordinating training and placements of workers into jobs right across Victoria.
Hospitality businesses looking for staff and jobseekers looking to participate in the initiative can register their interest on the Jobs Victoria website by visiting www.jobs.vic.gov.au.