Jobs Victoria Career Counsellors Service

Due to the state government’s decision to discontinue funding for the Jobs Victoria Career Counsellors Service beyond June 2023, we are unable to offer Career Guidance Sessions for new participants.
If you have questions, please contact our Intake Team on 1800 967 909.

Plan your next move with a Jobs Victoria Career Counsellor.

Jobs Victoria Career Counsellors provide personalised career guidance to Victorians who are looking for work, are underemployed, unsure of what to do or are 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.

A Career Counsellor can work with you to:

  • Understand your career options
  • Discover the jobs that best match your abilities, interests and personality
  • Identify your transferable skills and strengths
  • Assist you with your job applications, including your cover letter and resume
  • Connect with other career support services


How do I book a session with a Career Counsellor?

Career Counsellors are available throughout Melbourne and regional Victoria. Sessions are available face-to-face, online or over the phone. To register, call 1800 967 909.

Is there a cost to me?

This service is fully subsidised by Jobs Victoria. Victorians can access it at no cost.

Privacy Information

Jobs Victoria is collecting your personal information to help deliver services to you, and to monitor and continually improve its service offerings. Your personal information will only be shared outside of Jobs Victoria to refer matters to regulatory bodies where a matter of compliance is outside the remit of Jobs Victoria.
Your information is collected and stored confidentially in accordance with Victorian privacy laws and the Privacy and Data Protection Act. Your data will only be disclosed if required by law

Your data will only be disclosed if required by law if:  

  • You are at risk of hurting yourself or are at risk of being hurt.
  • Any child is at risk of being hurt.
  • Someone in the community is at risk of being hurt.
  • If we receive a court subpoena for your records.

We will let you know if we need to give your information to other people and explain the reasons why. 

The Jobs Victoria Privacy Policy and collection notice can be found on the Jobs Victoria website: