Senator the Hon Mark Arbib
Senator the Hon Mark Arbib was Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development, Minister for Social Housing and Homelessness and Minister for Sport between 28 September 2010 and 14 December 2011.
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Indigenous employment opportunities at Griffith University
Griffith University will offer 14 new positions to Indigenous Australians and provide 25 Indigenous students with more support to ensure a successful transition from University to the workforce,…
Long term unemployed help flood affected communities
Ten long-term unemployed Indigenous job seekers from South Brisbane will take part in a community-based project to provide long term benefits to flood affected areas in Queensland, thanks to…
More jobs, better job opportunities for Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory
Aboriginal people in remote communities across the Northern Territory will have greater employment and economic opportunities under a $19.1 million jobs package announced today.
22 INDIGENOUS JOBSEEKERS GRADUATE INTO WORKFORCE
Twenty-two participants in the ‘Tita Yangaditya – Retail for the Future’ retail training and employment project recently graduated in Adelaide with industry specific skills and job opportunities…
24 new jobs for Indigenous Australians in Archerfield
Thiess Australia is teaming up with Hastings Deering and the Federal Government to expand their successful Indigenous Employment Program in Archerfield giving 24 Indigenous job seekers work.
Indigenous workers help in cyclone clean up
Forty Indigenous Australians have been working with Quality Innovation Training and Employment (QITE) on the recovery and clean up of the cyclone affected Cassowary Coast.
Training and employment for Indigenous health workers
Twelve Indigenous Australians in Caboolture will get jobs and training in the health sector with the assistance of the Australian Government’s Indigenous Employment Program.
Agriculture, retail and food production work for Indigenous jobseekers in Bundaberg
Thirty Indigenous job seekers in Bundaberg will receive training and job placements in the hospitality, retail or agriculture sectors with the assistance NEATO Employment Services and the Federal…
Queensland businesses to develop Indigenous job strategies
Fifty Queensland businesses will be assisted to develop Indigenous Employment Strategies and 35 Indigenous trainees will receive sustainable jobs thanks to a partnership between the Australian…
60 jobs for Indigenous Palm Island trainees
Sixty Indigenous Australians on Palm Island will receive jobs, apprenticeships and training in construction, security and hospitality with the assistance of the Australian Government’s Indigenous…
Support for Melbourne's Vulnerable Indigenous Youth
Young Indigenous people in Melbourne who are at risk of getting caught up in the justice system will receive greater access to job and mentoring support thanks to more $400,000 from the Federal…
Government partners Indigenous construction company
An innovative Indigenous Employment Program is working to establish an Indigenous construction company capable of competing for major projects in Queensland.