Comments sought: draft Terms of Reference Clean Energy Capacity Study
Jobs and Skills Australia (JSA) is conducting a Clean Energy Capacity Study to examine the workforce that Australia needs to transition to a clean energy economy. Draft Terms of Reference (ToR ) for the study have been developed and JSA is inviting stakeholder feedback on these between now and 20:…
Online job ads fall in November
Jobs and Skills Australia’s November Internet Vacancy Index (IVI) shows that in seasonally adjusted terms, online job advertisements have decreased in the month by 3.4% (or 9,600 job advertisements) to stand at 273,200.
Recruitment indicators remained steady in November 2022
Jobs and Skills Australia’s Recruitment Experiences and Outlook Survey suggests that the labour market remained tight in November 2022, with key indicators remaining steady and at almost historically high levels over the month.
Online job ads fall in November 2022
The November 2022 Preliminary Vacancy Report shows that in seasonally adjusted terms, online job advertisements decreased by 3.4% (or 9,600 job advertisements) in the month to stand at 273,200.
Jobs and Skills Australia Interim Director announced
Professor Peter Dawkins AO has been announced as the Interim Director of Jobs and Skills Australia (JSA).
Australian Labour Market Research Workshop 2022
On Thursday, 1 December 2022, Cliff Bingham, Assistant Secretary, Labour Market Research and Analysis Branch presented at the 31st Australian Labour Market Research Workshop 2022 on Australia’s current skills shortages.
TEQSA 2022, annual conference
On Thursday, 24 November 2022, David Turvey, First Assistant Secretary, Jobs and Skills Australia presented at the TEQSA 2022 6th annual conference on Australia’s current, emerging and future workforce skills needs.
Online job ads increase in October 2022
Jobs and Skills Australia’s October Internet Vacancy Index (IVI) shows online job advertisements have increased nationally by 0.5% (or 1,400 job advertisements) to 285,700 last month.
TAFE Directors Australia Convention 2022
On Thursday, 17 November 2022, Damian Oliver, Assistant Secretary, Pricing and Performance Branch, presented at the TAFE Directors Australia Convention 2022 on Understanding the training landscape: using data from Jobs and Skills Australia.
Commencement of Jobs and Skills Australia
As of 16 November 2022, Jobs and Skills Australia has commenced as an Australian Government statutory body.
Minister for Skills and Training media release: Jobs and Skills Australia begins its work
On 16 November 2022, the Minister for Skills and Training, the Hon Brendan O’Connor MP announced that Jobs and Skills Australia had been formally established...
Jobs and Skills Australia Budget
The Australian Government has committed an additional $12.9 million in the Budget to Jobs and Skills Australia (JSA) to help tackle skill shortages and plan for the workforce of the future.
Jobs and Skills Australia legislation
This legislation to establish Jobs and Skills Australia was successfully passed by parliament on 27 October 2022.