Tasmanian Hospitality Review - February / March 2023

Workforce Development


With so many online recruitment websites and tools to support employers and employees it’s often hard to know which ones are good and, more specifically, which ones are best suited to the hospitality industry. After a bit of research and a desire to find services that are free, we believe that the following would be the best places for Tassie’s hospitality businesses to start.

If you are looking for staff, the Career Connector program may be able to assist with introductions to potential workers. The Career Connector program is a free service designed to provide assistance to help people find a new job or take the next step in their career journey. The Career Connector program gets people ready for work faster with personalised career advice, support needed to confidently access training, connection to local Jobs Hubs, employment opportunities, service providers, and other programs that assist in the employment journey.


Tasmanian Jobs tastourismandhospitalityjobs.com.au is a free, fast, and easy way for local businesses and organisations to connect with potential new employees and job seekers to find industry specific positions across Tasmania. The portal is co-owned by the THA & TICT and is managed by VXT. Tourism and Hospitality Hospitality and Tourism employers can simply upload a job advertisement for free to the portal and then let VXT do the rest. The job ad is then available for jobseekers with the passion, experience, and desire to work in Tassie’s hospitality and tourism industries to view, apply and share.

Connecting Tasmanians to training and jobs

For those seeking employment in the sector, the Jobs Portal can save the hassle of scrolling through multiple job sites to search for the right opportunity. Everything a job seeker needs is in one easy-to-use hub - along with tips on how to create a CV, explore education and training opportunities as well as stay up to date with job expos, support and local employment trends. To advertise your listing or find job vacancies across Tasmania, visit www.tastourismandhospitalityjobs. com.au

Career Connector is available to the following people:

• Those who have lost their job or been made redundant in the last 12 months; • Young Tasmanians aged between 18-25 • Older Tasmanians aged over 45 years and have been out of the workforce for 12 months or more; and • Migrants who have been residing in Tasmania for more than six months, have working rights and are unemployed or underemployed.

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