Bundaberg Jobs Commitment

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The Bundaberg Jobs Commitment is all about connecting employers with our youth to inspire and assist them in making decisions to pursue a life that includes work and education after they leave school.

The program was created to address the Bundaberg region’s high youth unemployment and disengagement rates.

The Commitment is based upon internationally recognised research by Dr. Anthony Mann which concludes that ‘the more youth encounter employers whilst in school [4 or more often being cited] the more they earn, and the lower their chances of becoming NEET [No longer in Employment, Education or Training] as young adults.’

You can read more about Dr. Mann's findings here.

The Commitment provides employer-led opportunities for our youth to experience positive exposure to the industry, mentors, and other forms of career inspiration that will make a difference in their pathway to work or further education.

It aims to ensure that as youth in our region leave school, they have a clear understanding of available career opportunities, along with enough support and experiences to make informed choices that lead them on a pathway to employment.

In October 2020, all secondary schools in the Bundaberg local government area signed a charter document committing to providing opportunities for youth to engage with local industry representatives who will inspire students about their future and give them every opportunity to succeed. You can see the signed Charter here and the photos in the Photo Gallery.

We are calling on all local employers to participate in the Bundaberg Jobs Commitment.

For more information, please contact Steffi Bates via email: steffi.bates@bundaberg.qld.gov.au or phone (07) 4130 4631.


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Proudly supported by

1. Access Recreation

2. Agforce Schools to Industry Partnership Program

3. Agpro Technology

4. Alexandra Park Zoo

5. APM Employment

6. Assistance Industry Resourcing

7. Australian Catholic College

8. Australian Computer Society

9. Best Practice Software Solutions

10. Brick and Block Careers

11. Bundaberg Brewed Drinks

12. Bundaberg Fruit and Vegetable Growers

13. Bundaberg Regional Airport

14. Bundaberg Regional Council - Community Services

15. Bundaberg Regional Council - Infrastructure Services

16. Bundaberg Regional Council - Strategic Projects and Economic Development

17. Bundaberg Regional Council - Fleet and Trade Services

18. Bundaberg Regional Libraries

19. Bundaberg Rum

20. Bundaberg Tourism

21. Burnett Respite Services (Carinbundi)

22. BUSY At Work

23. Buzz Superfoods

24. Catholic Education - Diocese of Rockhampton

25. CatholicCare Central Queensland

26. Community Lifestyle Support (CLS)

27. Community Services Gateway to Industry Schools Project

28. Connect 'N'Grow

29. CQUniversity


30. Defence Force Recruiting

31. Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water

32. Drivers College

33. East Coast Apprenticeships

34. Enterprise & Training Company ETC

35. EPIC Assist

36. Friendly Society Private Hospital

37. Gladstone Port Authority

38. Grace College

39. Gracie Dixon Centre – Community Care

40. Green Solutions Wide Bay

41. Griffith University

42. Guwanu Community and School Engagement (CaSE) Program - UnitingCare Community

43. Higgins Coatings

44. Hinkler Hall of Aviation

45. IMPACT Community Services

46. IMPACT Community Choir

47. ISIS Central Sugar Mill

48. JetBest Group – BeeMart

49. Jobs Bundaberg

50. JRZ Construction

51. Just Better Care

52. Kath Dickinson Institute

53. Lady Musgrave Experience

54. Link and Launch (Department of Education)

55. Macadamias Australia

56. MADEC - Harvest Trail Service

57. Master Builders

58. Max Employment

59. McHugh Steel

60. MEGT: Apprenticeship Network Provider

61. MRAEL delivering the MAS Experience

62. PCCC Port Curtis Coral Trust

63. Peirson Farms

64. Peirson Services

65. Phoenix House

66. Precision Care & Health Group

67. Queensland Computers

68. Queensland Police Service

69. Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

70. Ramage Building

71. RDO Equipment

72. Real Way Real Estate

73. Regional Business HQ

74. Regional Housing Limited

75. Rural Funds Management

76. SAE Creative Media

77. Sarina Russo Job Access and Sarina Russo Apprenticeships

78. Services Australia

79. Southern Cross Support Services

80. Stahmann Webster

81. STEPS Group

82. TAFE QLD

83. The Queensland Agriculture Workforce Network

84. The University of Queensland

85. University of Southern Queensland

86. University of the Sunshine Coast (UniSC)

87. Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service

88. Yourtown



The Bundaberg Jobs Commitment is all about connecting employers with our youth to inspire and assist them in making decisions to pursue a life that includes work and education after they leave school.

The program was created to address the Bundaberg region’s high youth unemployment and disengagement rates.

The Commitment is based upon internationally recognised research by Dr. Anthony Mann which concludes that ‘the more youth encounter employers whilst in school [4 or more often being cited] the more they earn, and the lower their chances of becoming NEET [No longer in Employment, Education or Training] as young adults.’

You can read more about Dr. Mann's findings here.

The Commitment provides employer-led opportunities for our youth to experience positive exposure to the industry, mentors, and other forms of career inspiration that will make a difference in their pathway to work or further education.

It aims to ensure that as youth in our region leave school, they have a clear understanding of available career opportunities, along with enough support and experiences to make informed choices that lead them on a pathway to employment.

In October 2020, all secondary schools in the Bundaberg local government area signed a charter document committing to providing opportunities for youth to engage with local industry representatives who will inspire students about their future and give them every opportunity to succeed. You can see the signed Charter here and the photos in the Photo Gallery.

We are calling on all local employers to participate in the Bundaberg Jobs Commitment.

For more information, please contact Steffi Bates via email: steffi.bates@bundaberg.qld.gov.au or phone (07) 4130 4631.


Careers Expo 2024Immerse Days
IP@KBRYSA






Proudly supported by

1. Access Recreation

2. Agforce Schools to Industry Partnership Program

3. Agpro Technology

4. Alexandra Park Zoo

5. APM Employment

6. Assistance Industry Resourcing

7. Australian Catholic College

8. Australian Computer Society

9. Best Practice Software Solutions

10. Brick and Block Careers

11. Bundaberg Brewed Drinks

12. Bundaberg Fruit and Vegetable Growers

13. Bundaberg Regional Airport

14. Bundaberg Regional Council - Community Services

15. Bundaberg Regional Council - Infrastructure Services

16. Bundaberg Regional Council - Strategic Projects and Economic Development

17. Bundaberg Regional Council - Fleet and Trade Services

18. Bundaberg Regional Libraries

19. Bundaberg Rum

20. Bundaberg Tourism

21. Burnett Respite Services (Carinbundi)

22. BUSY At Work

23. Buzz Superfoods

24. Catholic Education - Diocese of Rockhampton

25. CatholicCare Central Queensland

26. Community Lifestyle Support (CLS)

27. Community Services Gateway to Industry Schools Project

28. Connect 'N'Grow

29. CQUniversity


30. Defence Force Recruiting

31. Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water

32. Drivers College

33. East Coast Apprenticeships

34. Enterprise & Training Company ETC

35. EPIC Assist

36. Friendly Society Private Hospital

37. Gladstone Port Authority

38. Grace College

39. Gracie Dixon Centre – Community Care

40. Green Solutions Wide Bay

41. Griffith University

42. Guwanu Community and School Engagement (CaSE) Program - UnitingCare Community

43. Higgins Coatings

44. Hinkler Hall of Aviation

45. IMPACT Community Services

46. IMPACT Community Choir

47. ISIS Central Sugar Mill

48. JetBest Group – BeeMart

49. Jobs Bundaberg

50. JRZ Construction

51. Just Better Care

52. Kath Dickinson Institute

53. Lady Musgrave Experience

54. Link and Launch (Department of Education)

55. Macadamias Australia

56. MADEC - Harvest Trail Service

57. Master Builders

58. Max Employment

59. McHugh Steel

60. MEGT: Apprenticeship Network Provider

61. MRAEL delivering the MAS Experience

62. PCCC Port Curtis Coral Trust

63. Peirson Farms

64. Peirson Services

65. Phoenix House

66. Precision Care & Health Group

67. Queensland Computers

68. Queensland Police Service

69. Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

70. Ramage Building

71. RDO Equipment

72. Real Way Real Estate

73. Regional Business HQ

74. Regional Housing Limited

75. Rural Funds Management

76. SAE Creative Media

77. Sarina Russo Job Access and Sarina Russo Apprenticeships

78. Services Australia

79. Southern Cross Support Services

80. Stahmann Webster

81. STEPS Group

82. TAFE QLD

83. The Queensland Agriculture Workforce Network

84. The University of Queensland

85. University of Southern Queensland

86. University of the Sunshine Coast (UniSC)

87. Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service

88. Yourtown


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    To our valued exhibitors, education institutions, and industry members we would like to extend our thanks for making the Bundaberg Careers Expo such an exciting and engaging event for the Bundaberg Region. Without the generous support of Shalom College, Jobs Bundaberg, CQUniversity, Access Recreation, Community Lifestyle Support (CLS), IMPACT Community Services, Bundaberg Regional Council and Link and Launch – Department of Education this event would not have been possible. 

    We would appreciate if you could please share your feedback below by completing this short survey for the Bundaberg Careers Expo 2023. 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for attending the Community Services Immerse Day on Wednesday 17 May 2023.

    Your feedback would be greatly appreciate to assist us in planning future workshops, activities and immerse days for young people through the Bundaberg Jobs Commitment initiative.

    Please complete the survey by Monday 5th June, 2023.

    Council is collecting your personal information (name of school or organisation.) which will be used for the purposes of seeking feedback on the Community Services Immerse Day. This information will only be accessed by authorised Council officers and handled in accordance with Council's Privacy Statement governed by the Information Privacy Act 2009.  Visit bundaberg.qld.gov.au/privacy for more information. 

    Any questions regarding this survey can be directed to Council's Community Engagement team at engagement@bundaberg.qld.gov.au.

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