Are you a business in Brimbank and interested in employing local young people?
Project BrIMPACT is partnering with local employers across Brimbank to open job opportunities for young people aged 16-29.
What is Project BrIMPACT?
Project BrIMPACT aims to empower young people and support businesses to help address youth unemployment.
Join Project BrIMPACT
- Employ local young people who can bring new skills and experience to your workplace
- Access training and technology to help your business benefit the local community
- Strengthen your business’ capacity to recruit and retain young people
What are the benefits of joining?
- Employ local young people with a range of skills, training and experience for your next job vacancy
- Invitation to join Council CEO, Helen Morrissey on the Project BrIMPACT Executive Sponsorship Group
- Opportunities for networking with other businesses and organisations
- Make a difference for local young people in the West
How can Project BrIMPACT benefit your business or organisation?
Option 1: I want to employ a young person
Young people can be matched to your business’ needs based on their skills, experience and qualifications. Your business can recruit a BrIMPACT participant who is right for the job.
Option 2: I want to learn ways for my business to become more youth-friendly
Your business can undertake social procurement training to implement simple ways to recruit and retain more local young people, now and into the future, and leverage local investment.
Option 3: I'm interested in employing a young person AND my business becoming more youth-friendly
Get the best of both worlds! Your business can recruit from a pool of enthusiastic local young people AND undertake social procurement training.
What support does my business receive?
- Support to recruit local young people for your next job vacancy
- Training to use hiring and purchasing power to benefit the local community
- Support from council throughout Project BrIMPACT
- Download our BrIMPACT Flyer
If you are interested in recruiting and retaining local young people, and/or undertaking training in social procurement, contact Brimbank City Council’s Learning Unit team on 9249 4130.
Project BrIMPACT is funded through a $200,000 grant from the Commonwealth Government’s Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business and in-kind support from Brimbank City Council as part of the Regional Employment Trials program.