Partnering with businesses
We work with business to help new refugees and migrants to gain real job skills. We also link employees with employers in need of workers and help local businesses by providing high quality services in areas such as catering and cleaning.
Helping employers to find skilled staff
AMES Australia programs are designed to unlock the potential of our clients and provide a continuous supply of job ready candidates for employers. We work hand in hand with employers to fill both skilled and unskilled roles.
We assist employers with a range of services including pre-screening, reference checking, short-listing and account management. We also provide value added services through training and re-skilling, work trials, wage subsidies, workplace modifications, post placement support and mentoring for both employer and employee.
We also help to link newly arrived skilled and professional migrants to major companies including Australia Post, Chandler Macleod, IBM, NAB and Telstra. In the process new arrivals gain understanding of the Australian workplace and become more employable with these new skills.
AMES Australia offers high quality catering solutions to the greater business community through our social enterprises. AMES Australia Social Enterprises are sustainable businesses that provide ongoing workplace training and employment opportunities. Our three social enterprises offer high quality training and meaningful employment, adopting the Intermediate Labour Market (ILM) model through casual work and a 12 month traineeship program. They also offer work placements to qualified students who just completed short vocational courses and to other eligible unemployed migrants and refugees who may have expressed interest in working in industries related to the social enterprises.
Cultural Diversity Services
For over 65 years we have proudly built our reputation and achievements on understanding the value of cultural diversity. AMES Australia can support your organisation with assessing your organisation’s competency against recognised measures of cultural diversity. We can then provide practical steps to effectively manage a culturally diverse workforce.