It’s exciting that Sign for Work has received Disability Employment Services (DES) funding for another five years. We have already been providing tailored employment programs to deaf, hard of hearing and hearing clients for over 20 years.

The other terrific news is that we were successful in our bid to open a new office in Southport on the Gold Coast. This site will operate as a Specialist DES provider working with deaf and hard of hearing clients.

Sign for Work has been highly successful in assisting many jobseekers achieve their career goals and this further contract shows that we continue to deliver programs and services that jobseekers, employers and the government value. We will also be able to continue to provide school leavers employment supports (SLES) through the NDIS.

We just farewelled our retiring National Employment Services Manager Lisa Patience so we would like to thank Lisa for her wonderful contribution over the past year. Our staff prepared a beautiful high tea as a fitting way to thank Lisa for everything she has done for the team.

Sign For Work team farewelling Lisa Patience with a high tea

We are excited to announce that David Wilson is our new National Employment Services Manager and he comes with many years of experience within the disability sector where he began as a Speech Pathologist. David has already fitted so well into our team so we are glad to have him with us.

Sign for Work would also like to welcome Rachel Christy. We are very happy to have Rachel join Sign for Work as an Employer Relations Consultant, working to advocate for our ‘job ready’ jobseekers to find placements with suitable employers.

 

Contact our team if you would like support finding a new job opportunity, managing your current job, leaving school or finding new training opportunities!

New Sign For Work National Employment Services Manager David Wilson with retiring National Employment Services Manager Lisa Patience