Information for Job Seekers

What is Kimberley Personnel?
  • Kimberley Personnel is an employment agency which assists people with a disability, illness or injury who are motivated  to find and keep employment. Our office is at 1/36 Frederick Street in Broome WA.
Who can use Kimberley Personnel?
  • Any person over the age of 15 and up to retirement age, who has a disability, illness or injury, is keen to work, has stable accommodation and lifestyle supports.
  • Lives in our service area.
  • Meets eligibility criteria.
  • Is able to work in open employment with some support.
  • Has a Job Capacity Assessment.
How do you register with Kimberley Personnel?
  • Anybody can make a referral to Kimberley Personnel. Call us for further assistance - 9193 6631. Once a referral is made, an interview is arranged with the job seeker. Clients are welcome to have an advocate attend interview.
How can we help you?
  • We can assist you to find you a job that suits your skills and interests.
We can also help you with:
  • Personal presentation.
  • Contacting and registering with appropriate Government Agencies.
  • Advice on your rights and responsibilities as an employee.
  • Overcoming barriers to entering the workforce.
  • Step by step career planning.
  • Work related safety issues.
  • Exploring other training opportunities.
  • Ensuring you receive Award based wages.
  • Provide ongoing support.
We will supply information about employment conditions and pay. When the right job has been found, an Employment Consultant may work with you to help you learn your new job and provide
on-the-job support if needed. After you have learnt the job, we can be available to help you sort out any work related problems, and provide or assist with sourcing any further training you may need.

What sort of skills can you learn?
 Kimberley Personnel Support Officer can help you with:
  • Job search techniques.
  • Interview skills.
  • Career exploration.
  • Identifying the right sort of job to suit your skills and interests.
  • Finding out about further training and study.
Can services be withdrawn?
Yes, if:
  • Requested by the job seeker but only if you are a voluntary participant.
  • Evidence supports that the job seeker’s motivation to work no longer exists.
  • The primary carer no longer supports the client to achieve their goals.
  • The client’s actions jeopardise Kimberley Personnel’s reputation in the community.

Kimberley Personnel does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability or age in employment  of our staff or in the registration of our clients.