Job Advocates

We're pleased to be partnering with the Victorian Government on the Jobs Victoria, Jobs Advocates program.

The Job Advocates program is a free initial one-on-one support to City of Melton residents who need help finding work or who are struggling with the impact of unemployment or underemployment to refer them to the information, agencies, and any guidance and additional support they may need. 

Our Job Advocates will support and help jobseekers navigate the wide range of employment and education services that are available in their local area, and ensure each person is referred to the right service that caters to their needs.

Who is eligible?

The program is available to anyone who is a City of Melton resident and feels they need support.

The program may be particularly helpful for:

  • Young people and students who are unsure of their future options
  • People with little or no previous work experience
  • People returning to the workforce
  • People who are returning to work after time off 
  • People who have not previously worked in Australia
  • People with specific requirements

Come and chat to us

We'll be at community facilities across the City of Melton so you can come and chat to us. Visit this page for updated locations and times.

When:   Tuesdays
Time:     9am - 12pm   &   1.30pm - 5pm
Where:  Caroline Springs Library & Learning Hub, 193 - 201 Caroline Springs Boulevard, Caroline Springs 3023

When:   Thursdays
Time:     9am - 12pm   &   1.30pm - 5pm
Where:  Melton Library & Learning Hub, 31 McKenzie Street, Melton 3337.

To find out about other locations please contact us on 9747 5749 or via email:

Please note, scheduled session may change depending on Victorian Government restrictions at the time.

Contact us

Contact us to arrange a free, one-on-one appointment with a Job Advocate by completing the form below.

Click here to view form.

For more information or to make a referral, please email: or call 9747 5749.


The Melton City Council Job Advocates program is supported by the Victorian Government’s $619.4 million Jobs Victoria initiative, which helps people looking for work to access the support, information and advice they need to find a job that’s right for them.

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