If you are an extraordinary person looking to work in an extraordinary team then Key Employment may be the workplace for you. Consider a future with an award winning employer of choice and be rewarded with best practice salary packaging, exciting career prospects and opportunities to make a real difference to the lives of local jobseekers.
Key Employment believes our team is our greatest asset. Our retention rate is over 85%. The best thing about working for Key is that you become part of a family who have a common goal of wanting to help make significant changes to peoples’ lives.
Key Employment is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability or age.
Key Employment – 2015 Employer of Choice Winners in the NSW Business Chamber Regional Business Awards, and State Finalists.
A permanent team member of Key Employment may be eligible for:
“I am treated like an equal individual and my opinions are listened to with respect and courtesy, and the people at Key Training make me feel like a valued member of the community.”
“The trainer has helped me overcome barriers by building up confident work ethics and helped me to understand being in a formal working environment. Key Training is a social environment as well as a learning environment where we are all treated equal.”
“My son is loving the KAPOW program. He said the whole group is really close and supportive of one another and he’s finding the Business course really interesting and relevant to what he wants to do with his life! That means so much to me, thanks Key Employment.”
“I found the course very interesting and would recommend it to anyone who loves animals, like me 🙂 But I loved that it wasn’t all in class and we went on excursions aswell. It was awesome, I wished it went longer.”
“I think they are doing a great job. They are providing for my needs and they are there to help us. It’s nice to have some support without feeling afraid; they are very reassuring. I feel looked after and respected, and they allow support, but don’t take away your dignity.”