Forrest Personnel – Bunbury (Head Office)
Monday 8:00 am–5:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am–5:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am–5:00
Thursday 8:00 am–5:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am–5:00 pm
- Labour Hire
- Psychosocial Support
We understand that looking for work can be a stressful and challenging time – and we’re here to help you through it.
Forrest Personnel – Bunbury deliver Disability Employment Services (DES), along with a range of support services, NDIS, Labour Hire and Psychosocial Support Program. We offer a suite of services designed to assist you and maximise your skills and abilities to find a job that suits you.
Our Bunbury team of employment consultants can work with you to match your abilities with available jobs that are meaningful, suitable and sustainable.
Our experienced Bunbury team can provide you with a customised approach to your job seeking and, depending on your needs, develop a training and improvement plan to help you achieve your employment goals. You’ll feel welcomed by our friendly staff from the moment you enter our doors right throughout the process.
Disability Employment Services (DES) – Bunbury
Forrest Personnel’s Disability Employment Difference
Since 1986, Forrest Personnel has helped thousands of people living with disabilities and illnesses overcome their unique hurdles to establish a meaningful work pathway.
Over the years, we have developed positive relationships with many employers who have discovered the positive contributions that a diverse workforce offers and are open and supportive in helping people achieve their goals.
Preparation for Employment, Skills-Building & Job Choice
- Vocational assessment and profiling – work out which jobs are the most suited to your skills, abilities and interests.
- Confidence building
- Computer skills
- Application letters
- Online applications
- Interview skills
- Work trials
- We will continue to support your job search activities by actively marketing you to suitable employers.
Your DES Provider from Start to Finish
Once you’ve found a great job that you’re happy with, our team will continue supporting you as you start working, particularly throughout the first six months.
If you need a bit more help, a trained Disability Employment Consultant will even come to work with you – as you settle in – so that you’re comfortable with the tasks and new environment.
Throughout your employment journey with us, you’ll have access to your very own consultant to keep things familiar and consistent.
And, if you have high support needs, we can provide you and your employer with ongoing job support to ensure that your new career path is successful, long-lasting and mutually beneficial.
FREE Disability Employment Services
Forrest Personnel’s Bunbury disability employment services are FREE to all those who are eligible in Australia.
Check your Eligibility
You may be eligible for our FREE services If you have a health condition (including mental illness), permanent disability or injury and are not currently studying full-time or linked to another Employment Provider.
All we need is evidence of your condition from a Health Professional, e.g. doctor, psychologist or treating specialist, before we can provide assistance. For more information, contact the Bunbury team on 1800 224 548.
Get Referred to our Services
For a direct referral to our service, see one of our Employment Consultants in the Bunbury office who are here to help you or contact Assessment Services at your local Department of Human Services.
NDIS Services – Bunbury
School Leaver Employment Supports
Forrest Personnel is a Registered NDIS provider of School Leaver Employment Supports or SLES.
Our Bunbury SLES Mentors promote opportunities for sustainable long-term employment for young people with disabilities. As well as developing job skills and building the confidence and aspirations of young people, our SLES Mentors can also work with your school to build pathways for young people with disabilities between school and work.
NDIS Supports in Employment
As a Bunbury NDIS Provider, Forrest Personnel Mentors promote opportunities for sustainable long-term employment for people with disabilities.
- developing a career plan
- explore employment goals.
- find employment providers.
- employment-related assessment and counselling
- workplace assistance – on-the-job training and intermittent support with daily work tasks. Direct supervision and/or group-based support to enable meaningful participation at work.
Forrest Personnel Mentors work within a customised employment framework this includes.
Discovery – This stage focuses on getting to know you and working out the kinds of supports that work best for you, as well as your:
This information is used to find a work pathway that best suits you.
- Job creation
This stage uses information from the Discovery stage to create a job that suits you. This could be a job created with an employer, or it could be self-employment in a microenterprise.
NDIS Social Community Participation
This support enables you to take on an active role in your local community, empowering you to pursue your goals. Forrest Personnel Mentors can support you to make meaningful opportunities relating to participating in community, social or recreational activities.
Talk to Our NDIS Team
To find out how we can create a personalised plan with you and for you. Make an appointment with one of our friendly NDIS team today, by calling 1800 224 548, drop into the Bunbury office Monday to Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Labour Hire Service – Bunbury
If you are looking for work, our Bunbury Labour Hire team can help match you with the job that’s right for you. We work with a large network of local companies and organisations so we have the contacts to help find you suitable employment. To find out how we can work with you, make an appointment with one of our friendly Labour Hire team today by calling 1800 224 548 or email email@example.com
Psychosocial Support Program – Bunbury
The Psychosocial Support Program enables us to refer participants to get further assistance with housing, community mental health services, drug and alcohol counselling, counselling for relationships, domestic violence, serious illness, and LGBQTI support, as well as financial counselling to assist with payment of utility bills, food and school supplies, and low-cost or no-cost food, clothing and furniture.
Our service is voluntary and free and is funded by the Australian Government as part of the National Psychosocial Support (NPS) program.