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Information for Employers
National Disability Coordination Officers are a great link for employers when they are seeking to improve their disability confidence.
In addition to free training for employers on disability awareness and recruitment - and information on how to support the employees with a disability that you may already have - there are a range of resources available for your use.
A one-stop shop for employers and people with disability to find your nearest Disability Employment Service and to discuss employing a person with disability.
Call Centre 1800 464 800 or www.jobaccess.gov.au
To connect with University of Newcastle students with disability contact our Careers Service - 02 4921 5588.
Contact the National Disability Recruitment Coordinator (NDRC) - FREE SERVICE
If you are a large employer who employs more than 100 people, help is available to make it easier for you to recruit people with disability and to access support services including on the job support and employer incentives. The National Disability Recruitment Coordinator offers a point of contact for all employers looking for advice on the recruitment of people with disability, and is able to link you with Disability Employment Service providers and help you establish a working relationship with them.
The Central Coast | Hunter | North Coast framework for promoting the employment of people with disability across the Regions.
The NDCO (Hunter-Central Coast), along with representatives from Newcastle City Council, are founding members of DEAG - a committee of local business, education, vocational, employment services, employers, community members and local/state/federal government departments either involved directly with the employment of people with disability, who have an interest in this area, or who are people with disability themselves.
Contact the NDCO (Hunter-Central Coast) for copies of the new Employers Toolkit - an interactive CD-Rom developed by fellow Queensland NDCOs