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TTW OE Outcomes.

Jobsupport's 13 sites all achieved a star rating of 5.00 in DSS's March 2017 Star Ratings.  The March 2017 ratings are the last publicly available ratings.  Star Ratings for every service in Australia are available on the DEEWR website. (Best viewed with Internet Explorer or Safari)
DSS have published the employment outcomes for all Australian services by type of disability. This data is available on the DEEWR website. Inclusion Australia has consolidated the results for every service.
See the Jobsupport Star Ratings Update - Sydney and Jobsupport Star Ratings Update - Melbourne for details

TTW OE Outcomes.

ADHC publishes TTW Service results annually.  The latest data release shows the outcomes achieved by 2012 school leavers at the end of their TTW program. Approximately 40% of the Open Employment placements in Sydney were through Jobsupport.  (For the 2006 Open Employment outcome results for Metro North click here and for Metro South click here.)
See Jobsupport TTW Outcomes Factsheet.

Jobsupport Celebrating 25 Years Employing People with an Intellectual Disability
Feb 2011

Jobsupport on Channel Nine News
Feb 2011
Maxine McKew
The Hon. Maxine McKew, Melina Trombetta (20 yr employee) & Elizabeth Smith (Ryde TAFE - 20 yr employer) 

Welcome to Jobsupport



Jobsupport’s mission is to place, train and maintain as many people with a significant intellectual disability as possible into quality jobs in the regular workforce that meet both their employment needs and the needs of the employer.

Jobsupport delivers sustained performance

Jobsupport was established in 1986.  Today we support over 600 people with an intellectual disability in jobs throughout the Sydney metropolitan area and the northern suburbs of Melbourne.

Jobsupport delivers its mission through two programs:


1.    Jobsupport’s Open Employment service places people with an intellectual disability into paid jobs in the regular workforce. Jobsupport is a Disability Employment Services - Employment Support Service funded by the Department of Social Services. Jobsupport’s How the Open Employment Program Works page describes the program and its achievements.

2.    Jobsupport’s Transition service, which was previously called Community Work Options. Jobsupport Transition gives school leavers with an intellectual disability extra help before they attempt paid employment, by providing them with successful work experience and by addressing issues that are preventing their acceptance by an open employment service. In Sydney, Jobsupport Transition is a Transition to Work (TTW) service funded by Family and Community Services- Aging, Disability and Home Care. In Melbourne, Jobsupport Transition is a Transition to Employment (TTE) service funded by the Department of Human Services. The Jobsupport Transition page describes the program and its achievements.

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