Jobs Victoria Career Counsellors Service



Jobs Victoria Career Counsellors provide personalised career guidance to Victorians who are looking for work, are underemployed, unsure of what to do or who are working but looking for a career change. They will help you understand your career options and give you the tools and confidence you need to pursue them.


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Call us today

Contact us on 1800 967 909 to book an appointment with a member of our team. The service is available between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 8pm Wednesday and Thursday. Appointments are available through Zoom or by telephone, with face-to-face delivery launching in early 2022. Appointments are typically 45 minutes in duration and you will be able to book more than one appointment with your Career Counsellor.

Career counselling sessions are delivered by qualified Career Development professionals on an appointment basis.

Request a call-back

Request a call back with a member of our booking team, complete the form attached below.

A member of our booking team will then be in contact in your selected time frame to answer any questions you might have and book an appointment with one of our Career Counsellors.

Looking to refer?

Are you a service provider looking to refer a participant into our service? Click here for our referral form. 

How can a career counsellor help?

Our team of Career Counsellors can help you understand, develop, and self-manage your career options. They will work with you to:
  • explore your aspirations and interests and how they relate to potential careers
  • understand your marketable and transferable skills and strengths
  • help identify your career goals and provide guidance on skills development to support these goals
  • locate and understand labour market information
  • prepare job applications, including resumes and cover letters

Who can access the service?

The service is most suited to people who are:

  • unsure of their work/career options and pathways
  • seeking employment but lack a clear vocational pathway/plan
  • unemployed and struggling to secure work due to lack of work experience (e.g. recent graduates)
  • underemployed and seeking more secure and/or skilled work
  • in need of support to plan a transition to a new occupation/career
  • wishing to pursue a professional career involving tertiary education pathways.

Career counselling is for everyone:

How a Jobs Victoria Career Counsellor like Ros can help you

Every day, Jobs Victoria Career Counsellor Ros C meets people from all walks of life and supports them to find their place in the working world.

Figuring out your next career step, what job might be best for you, how to network or apply for roles –these are all things Ros can help with.

“We can bring a fresh perspective to whatever career issue you may be facing and help you find clarity,” she says.
“Career counselling is for everyone. No matter what you’re looking for, we have the experience to guide you through it.” 

                                                    Ros C., Jobs Victoria Career Counsellor


Code of Professional Conduct 

The Jobs Victoria Career Counsellors Service Code of Professional Conduct includes ethical principles for professional competency and conduct and professional relationships, equity and diversity expectations, information surrounding confidentially and informed consent, and the scope of practice.

Click the document below to read the full Code of Professional Conduct. Reported breaches of the Code of Ethics will be investigated and dealt with appropriately.