What is a job cluster and how can it help me?
There’s a new way of thinking about which jobs we may be best suited to. It’s called ‘job clusters’ and its focus are on skills, interests and strengths, not job titles. A job cluster is a group of various jobs that require the same or similar skill set. There are seven job clusters: Generators, Artisans, Carers, Coordinators, Designers, Informers and Technologists.
Knowing which job cluster your interests and skills fit with can help you explore what job options suit you best. Plus, because the job clusters group together jobs by skill set, we can show you what different jobs are available that you can consider transferring your skills to. For example, if you worked as a retail assistant, you’d be part of the job cluster ‘Generator’, and you could look at other ‘Generator’ roles, like a café assistant or hotel worker.
Think you know which cluster you fit in to? Find out by taking our fun, quick quiz.
CoAct is a leader in providing specialist help for people with disability, illness or injury to find and keep a job. We are one of the largest providers of the Commonwealth Government’s Disability Employment Services programs.
We deliver two types of Disability Employment Services:
Disability Management Service.
This service is for people with disability, illness, or injury who need the help of an employment service but do not expect to need long-term support in the workplace.
Employment Support Service.
This service is for people with a permanent disability and an assessed need for longer term, regular support in the workplace.
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