Employment Specialist

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Median Average:
$59,000
Employment Specialist in Australia median base salary $59,000/yr. Information is based on 40 Employment Specialist jobs advertised between April 2020 and April 2021.
How much do Employment Specialist earn in Australia? The average salary of Employment Specialist is $59,000 in Australia
$59,000 /yr
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Average $59,000
Range $50K - $60K
Last updated April 09 2021
The average pay range for Employment Specialist is between $50K and $60K. Salaries vary from a low of $50K up to $80K per year. The average number of Employment Specialist roles advertised per month is 4 in Australia between April 2020 and April 2021.
What are the most common skills required to be a Employment Specialist? The most common skills required for a Employment Specialist are:
Excel Administration Confidentiality Excel Administration Confidentiality Excel Building Education Administration Administrative Databases Excel Insurance Administration Administrative Advertising Building Casework Coaching Compliance Confidentiality Contracts Counselling Database Databases Education Excel Independence Insurance
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These skills are most commonly found in Employment Specialist job advertisements and position descriptions.

Last updated March 31 2021
Which recruitment agencies have the largest number of Employment Services roles in Australia?
See which recruitment agencies advertise the most Employment Services roles. See what salaries they paid for Employment Services in Australia. See how they compare to the average Employment Services salary of $59,000.
Advanced Personnel Management
Perth (27%), Brisbane (19%), Sydney (17%), Melbourne (13%) +8 others
3,136

$55K-$65K

($1,758)

$55K-$65K
($1,758)
atWork Australia
Sydney (27%), Melbourne (24%), Perth (20%), Wollongong (8%) +5 others
1,685

$58K-$68K

($4,916)

$58K-$68K
($4,916)
WISE Employment
Sydney (41%), Melbourne (24%), Brisbane (22%), Adelaide (9%) +3 others
1,134

$69K-$80K

($16,109)

$69K-$80K
($16,109)
Matchworks
Sydney (37%), Melbourne (24%), Geelong (11%), Perth (11%) +4 others
1,098

$49K-$59K

(($4,793))

$49K-$59K
(($4,793))
Aim Big Employment
Sydney (55%), Melbourne (40%), Brisbane (4%), Geelong (1%)
455

$61K-$71K

($7,961)

$61K-$71K
($7,961)
Last Updated April 09 2021
How many years does it take to become a Employment Specialist?
Most candidates undertake an average of 4 years Community Services & Development prior to being appointed as a Employment Specialist.
Average Community Services & Development required to become a Employment Specialist
Last updated April 16 2021
Most candidates have on average 14 years working experience prior to becoming a Employment Specialist.
Average Community Services & Development required to become a Employment Specialist
Last updated April 16 2021
Where are Employment Services in Australia sourced from?
Employment Services are sourced from
these companies
Australian Bureau of Statistics
APM Employment Services
Sarina Russo Job Access
The Salvation Army Employment Plus
ST Vincent De Paul Society
Employment Services are sourced in Australia are most likely to be sourced from these schools
TAFE
Macquarie University
Monash University
Deakin University
University of New South Wales
Last updated April 16 2021
Where are most Employment Specialist roles located in Australia?
Adelaide 9 / 24%
Townsville 8 / 21%
Brisbane 6 / 16%
Cairns 4 / 11%
Sydney 3 / 8%
Last updated April 09 2021
Which locations in Australia pay the most for Employment Specialist?
Darwin ($85K)
Perth ($85K)
Canberra ($75K)
Wollongong ($75K)
Sydney ($71K)
Last updated April 09 2021