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Is Karlka Recruiting Group Indigenous owned?

Yes we are! We are 51% owned by the Nyiyaparli Traditional Owners, via Karlka Nyiyaparli Aboriginal Corporation (KNAC).

I can see that this job closed last week on Seek, can I still be submitted?

We can only submit candidates to our client by the due date that is set on the advertisement. However, we still encourage you to apply to the position so that we can keep you on our database for future opportunities.

What locations do you service?

Our office is based in QLD however, we have a national footprint. We work on roles in all states in Australia!

Will it cost me (Job Seeker) to use your services?

No! We do not charge our job seekers for our service.

Do you work with ABN contractors?

Yes! We will require you to organise your own insurances.

Will I be advised when a new role becomes available that is suitable to me?

We will try! But we work with a large database of candidates. It will be beneficial if you proactively keep up to date with the jobs list on our website.

What is the difference between labour-hire, non-ongoing and ongoing positions?

As a labour-hire contractor, you are employed by Karlka on a casual basis (with set hours for a fixed term). You are paid at a higher rate, including a 25% casual loading to cover sick and annual leave entitlements.  Non-ongoing and ongoing employees are employed directly by the department. Non-ongoings are engaged for a fixed term, and ongoing employees do not have an end date.

Does Karlka provide employment training?

No, we do not however, we work closely with JobActives and training providers during your employment with us.

What are the benefits of working for Karlka as a labour hire employee?

Karlka process our payroll on a weekly basis, you will have one dedicated consultant per contract, we have an Employee Assistance Program available to staff to support your mental health and our agency supports the Nyiyaparli Indigenous community as we are 51% Indigenous owned.