Employment opportunities in Tasmania

Are you looking to work in Tasmania? These links are for positions vacant, job opportunities, careers and employment in all areas of Tasmania.

Online employment sites:

  • Searson Buck

    Tasmania’s largest locally-owned and operated human resources company with positions throughout Tasmania.

  • seek.com.au

    The largest online job listing in Australia, including several hundred positions vacant in Tasmania.

  • CareerOne

    Large online employment site from News Limited, with listings from Australian newspapers, including The Mercury. Most Tasmanian jobs advertised on this site are in the Hobart area.

  • tasmanianjobs.com

    Specifically for people looking for work in Tasmania. Job seekers can search for employment and also register to receive email notification of jobs matching their criteria as soon as they are advertised.

  • jobsguide.com.au

    Nationwide online employment site. Includes listings for jobs in Tasmania.

  • JobNet Tasmania

    JobNet has six service centres around Tasmania. Most of their positions vacant are in the north of Tasmania, around Launceston, Burnie and Devonport.

  • MyCareer.com.au

    Nationwide online employment site. Includes listing of job openings in Tasmania.

  • Australian JobSearch

    The Government’s employment site via Centrelink.

  • Australian Public Service Gazette

    Search for current Public Service job opportunities and careers, including those in Tasmania.

  • Government jobs

    Career opportunities with the Tasmanian Government.

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Skilled workers are needed in Tasmania. Career prospects are excellent.
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tasmania’s unemployment at record low

Australian Bureau of Statistics figures released in June 2007 show that Tasmania’s unemployment rate is at a record low. The figure is below five percent and is better than the New South Wales and South Australia figures.

There are great benefits in living in Tasmania. The lifestyle is unbeatable. Housing is affordable. But, there is a cost.

Read this article on working in tasmania by Lisa Taylor, Principal of tasmanianjobs.com.