Advertising rates, terms and conditions for Job vacancies
How to Advertise your job vacancies on the Indigenous Employment Australia Website
Please note that all advertisements must comply with our Terms and Conditions for Advertising. If you have any questions about our terms and conditions please contact us today.
We offer free Listing of Job vacancies for Indigenous owned not for profit community service organisations.
If you represent an Indigenous owned not for profit organisation contact us today and we will help you advertise your position.
Low cost targeted advertising of job vacancies for all other employers
For all other organisations Indigenous Employment Australia offers low-cost advertising that meets the needs of businesses, communities and government.
The standard cost to advertise an opportunity for one month is $150
To place an advertisement you can fill out our online form and pay online or simply email the text you want to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do the rest.
We also have a number of discount job packs for multiple postings in a 12 month period that may suit larger organisations. Contact us for details.
Please include your advertisement as an MS word attachment if possible along with a logo if you have one. We will send you a tax invoice after the advert is published.
Your vacancy will be promoted to our Australia wide network of people interested in Indigenous Employment Opportunities and displayed on the Indigenous Employment Australia website for up to a month
Advertisers please note:
Much hardship and difficulty is caused to job seekers by misleading advertising. Our Positions Vacant/Situations Vacant sections are reserved for advertisements which carry a specific and genuine offer of employment.
Ads for ‘Business Opportunities’, ‘Commission-only’ training courses and employment services should be submitted under those headings.
Placing misleading ads is an offence against the ACL and all advertisements are subject to the publisher’s approval. For further advice, contact the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission on 1300 302 502 or your state consumer affairs agency.