Click on the links below for a summary of jobs advertised in the Regional Development Australia Barossa, Gawler, Light, Adelaide Plains region papers.
The Barossa & Plains Jobs Portal is a free service for both employers and job seekers. The Barossa & Plains Jobs Portal links local people with local jobs and training while providing employers access to finding the right person.
Fair Work Ombudsman
Information and advice about your workplace rights and obligations including Pay calculators, Awards and Agreements, Leave, Employee Entitlements, Ending Employment and how the Fair work Ombudsman can help.
HR and People Management
Are you a business in need of HR advice? The B2B program can put you in touch with several professional services to meet your needs. For further information click here.
Responsible for providing work health and safety, public safety and state-based industrial relations services across South Australia. As a regulator, SafeWork SA manage the state’s work health and safety functions as well as administering state industrial relations laws.
SafeWork SA have work health and safety advisors to help educate you on your rights and responsibilities as well as health and safety inspectors who investigate workplace incidents.
Regional Employment Demographics
Employment via Industry: Regional Development Australia Barossa, Gawler, Light, Adelaide Plains Vs South Australia.
An analysis of the jobs held by the local workers in The Barossa Council area in 2016 shows the three most popular industry sectors were:
- Manufacturing (2,575 local workers 25.5%)
- Health Care and Social Assistance (1,063 local workers 10.5%)
- Retail Trade (1,049 local workers 10.4%)
In combination these three industries employed 4,687 people in total or 46.3% of local workers.
Resident Worker Occupations: Regional Development Australia Barossa, Gawler, Light, Adelaide Plains Vs South Australia.
An analysis of the jobs held by the resident workers in RDA BGLAP Region in 2016 shows the three most popular occupations were:
- Technicians and Trades Workers (5,053 people or 15.6%)
- Labourers (4,767 people or 14.7%)
- Professionals (4,532 people or 14.0%)
In combination these three occupations accounted for 14,352 people in total or 44.3% of the resident workers.
General Skilled Migration in South Australia
The South Australian Government, through Immigration SA, works with the Department of Home Affairs to attract eligible skilled migrants to South Australia through state nominated visa programs, offering pathways to permanent residency for qualified skilled and business migrants.
Immigration SA can provide assistance with enquiries relating to state nomination for skilled and business migrants and for South Australian employers seeking to use the employer sponsored program.
Find out more about how Immigration SA can help your business:
- Find skilled workers
- Sponsor a skilled migrant
- Employer sponsored visa options
- Designated Area Migration Agreements (DAMA)
- Visa Options Information Flyer
For enquiries relating to visa processing, citizenship, or skills assessments please visit Department of Home Affairs.
For further information visit the Immigration SA website: migration.sa.gov.au