Are you looking for work?

MJP Employment Services is a Disability Employment Service (DES) assisting people living with an Intellectual or Learning Disability to find and maintain award paying jobs in the community.

We help people to achieve their goals.

How can MJP EmploymentServices help you?

We provide a one-to-one program tailored to meet your employment needs.

Your employment coordinator and job support worker can help you with:

  • Career planning and assessment
  • Traineeships and apprenticeships to improve your chances of gaining employment
  • Support when searching or applying for jobs
  • Job placements
  • Worksite visits
  • On-the-job support and training to help you settle in
  • Information on disability employment issues
  • Resume development
  • Referral to other services, if required
  • Future job prospects

Are you eligible?

We support any job seeker who:

  • Has an intellectual or learning disability
  • Is registered with Centrelink
  • Is not registered with another employment service
  • Is able to work a minimum of 8 hours a week or more

Where could you be working?

MJP Employment Services currently supports workers in the following areas:

  • Aged care
  • Cafes
  • Child care
  • Commercial cleaning
  • Manufacturing process work
  • Motor vehicle industry
  • Nurseries
  • Office administration
  • Retail stores
  • Service industry
  • Supermarkets
  • Traineeships
  • Wood work

Our employers

MJP Employment Services has been building links between employers and job seekers since 1996. 
Right now, MJP Employment Services is supporting a large number of organisations to build more inclusive and diverse workplaces.

among these workplaces are:

  • David Hill Cleaning
  • The Lakes Resort Hotel
  • L’Abruzzese Pty. Ltd.
  • Alsco Linen Services

Who works at mjp?

Manager: Olivia Sorre

Claims & Processing Administrator: Karina

Job Creation Coordinator: David

Employment Coordinators: Steve & Steve

An Employment Coordinator supports you, the jobseeker, to find and maintain your employment in the workforce.

This may include:

  • Assessing your employment needs
  • Developing and implementing a Job Plan
  • Looking for potential employers and negotiating employment outcomes
  • Undertaking duties in accordance with any contractual requirements, the Privacy Act, Disability Service Standards and other relevant legislation

Job Support Workers: Mark, Fritz and Adele

A Job Support Worker supports you, the worker, in your preparation and in the workplace.

This may include:

  • Following your progress once you have been placed in a job
  • Implementing on the job support plans
  • Providing support in work related issues
  • On the job training and support to meet the requirements of the job