Can you help me find a job if I have a disability/health condition/injury but don’t receive government benefits?

You don’t have to be receiving government benefits or an income support payment to receive our help to find a job. In most cases you will need to obtain an ESAt (Employment Services Assessment) for Centrelink to verify that you have a medical condition/injury/disability and determine that you are eligible for our disability employment services. Please get in touch with us to discuss further or if you would like some assistance navigating the process.

Can I bring someone with me to my appointments?

Yes! At any time you can choose to have a family member, friend or professional attend your appointments with you either for moral support or to act as an advocate for you.

I’m a student, can I access your services?

If you're a student you may be eligible for some of our services. We tailor our services specifically to the needs of our customers, so the best thing to do is to contact us to we can give you the right information for your personal situation.

What should I do if I miss my appointment?

If you know you can't make an appointment, it's always best to let us know ahead of time. If something unavoidable comes up, give your Employment Consultant or Candidate Coach a call as soon as you can to let them know what's going on. Not sure who to call? Reach out to us via our contact us page. 

I have an injury, can you help?

Yes we can! If you're currently working and have an injury that is affecting your ability to keep up in your job, you might be eligible for our work assist program.  If you need help finding a job and managing your injury at work, check out our Disability Employment Services program. 

Is my health condition covered?

We can support a huge range of health conditions including the ones listed here. If you're not sure, or you don't see your condition listed, the best thing to do is to contact our team for specific advice.

I don’t have a resume, can you help?

Absolutely! Helping you to write your resume is just one of the support services we offer.

Am I eligible for ParentsNext?

You might be eligible for ParentsNext if you've been receiving a parenting payment for at least 6 months, haven't been working and have a child under the age of 6. To find out if you're eligible, contact our team. 

Am I eligible for jobactive?

If you’re receiving an income support payment (like JobSeeker, Youth Allowance or Parenting Payment), you may be eligible for help to find a job via our jobactive program. Find out more about jobactive here.

Am I eligible for DES?

There are some eligibility requirements to receive our support. Check out the general eligibility requirements for DES here. The best way to determine your eligibility is to get in touch with our team, so that we can understand your personal circumstances and discuss your options. Visit our Contact Us page or call us on 1300 139 920.

I’m with another provider, can I switch to Campbell Page?

You can transfer to our service in 3 easy steps:

1. Request a transfer

Give the national customer service line a call on 1800 805 260 and ask to transfer from your current provider to Campbell Page.

2. Accept our invite

Keep an eye out for your invite to our first meeting (don’t forget to accept it).

3. Meet us

Meet your dedicated Employment Consultant, either virtually or in person; they’re ready and eager to hear your story and help you get started.

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