Expression Employment (formerly SensWide Employment) provides quality job support to job seekers with a variety of barriers to employment:

Expression Employment is a leading provider of Disability Employment Services (DES) for Deaf, hard of hearing, low vision or blind job seekers in Melbourne. Job seekers and workers with a sensory loss are able to get expert employment assistance from a qualified team of professionals across all of metropolitan Melbourne.

Expression Employment offers a specialist  employment program to people with a disability who idenitfy as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex (GLBTIQ+) individuals - it's called WorkingOUT

Our aim at Expression Employment is to support job seekers into a suitable job as quickly as possible and make sure the placement is an ongoing success.

You will be assigned an Employment Consultant who will get to know your particular strengths, skills and circumstances.  This means that they better understand what you need and how we can provide the right assistance.  Employment Consultants know just how hard it can be to find a job; you'll benefit from their training, experience, marketing skills, and from their encouragement.

Expression Employment offers a range of services before a job seeker starts working:

  • Assistance with joining the program
  • Career counselling
  • Skills gap identification
  • Training options
  • Referrals to audiology and hearing loss management services
  • Job search technique training
  • Preparing a professional resume
  • Marketing your skills to employers
  • Job interview practice and support
  • Interpreter support
  • Referrals to other support agencies

Expression Employment provides a range of support once you start a new job:

  • Providing access to the Employment Assistance Fund
  • Workplace modifications ( e.g. flashing alarms, TTYs etc)
  • Disability Awareness Training
  • Trans@work and LGBTIQ+ Awareness training
  • Auslan interpreters
  • Workplace assessments
  • Ongoing support as required


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