VEEP

Career Development

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UniSA Career Services for Students and Graduates

While you are studying at UniSA, we offer you support to plan your career, to get yourself ready for the workplace and most importantly, to find a job in your chosen field.

As a serving/ex-serving ADF member, First Responder, or an immediate family member, who may be planning or transitioning to a new career, our tailored resources and networks will help you:

  • harness your transferable skills, and
  • connect with employment contacts and work experiences that are relevant to your career goals.

You also have access to the wide variety of career development services that UniSA provides, including:

  • workshops,
  • self-help resources, and
  • events (like our Career Expo that is held each year).

Meet with one of our Career Advisors if you have questions or need guidance on:

  • career development/pathways,
  • change of program or course,
  • choosing an elective, or
  • developing a job search plan.

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Other Resources

  • ADF TCR Project - Recognition of Prior Learning
    A way to formally recognise the knowledge and skills you have gained through service, community and life experiences as well as formal and informal study.

  • ADF Transition and Civil Recognition Project
    The ADF TCR Project facilitates a long-term, ongoing program to map the standard military training in Navy, Army and Air Force to relevant accredited competencies that meet industry priorities.

  • Australian Government JobSearch Employment Assistance for Veterans
    As a veteran, you have valuable skills and leadership experience gained in the service of our country. Making the transition to civilian life comes with its own challenges. A range of resources are provided here to support your decision-making.

  • DCO – Transition Centre
    At some point in your career you will transition out of the ADF and back into civilian life. Whether you are thinking about your own transition, supporting someone (family member, friend, commanding officer, and supervisor) or you're just after some advice - this site will help you find information that is relevant to your transition.

  • Prime Minister’s Veterans Employment Program
    The Veterans Employment Program helps Australian businesses connect with these highly trained candidates. Ex-serving personnel have valuable skills that are in high demand.

  • Prime Minister’s Veterans Employment – State Programs
    Australian State and Territory Governments are also dedicated to supporting you and your family in finding employment.

  • Raytheon’s Veteran Career Translator
    This online tool allows serving and ex-serving military personnel to input their skills and service information to identify how that experience might translate across to private sector careers.

  • SA Veteran's Employment Program
    An important initiative that will support South Australian veterans and help them gain employment in the defence sector.

  • SoldierOn Employment Support
    Soldier On specialises in assisting Defence personnel throughout their career transition process. From self reflection to resume writing to interviewing, their professional program officers can provide you with all the guidance you need to secure your next career.


Contact Us

For more information about VEEP...

Helen Stapleton
Project Officer: VEEP
veterans@unisa.edu.au
Phone: +618 8302 1078

 

 

For assistance with the application process and study support options...

UniSA Campus Central
askCampusCentral@unisa.edu.au
Phone: 1300 301 703

 

 

For enquiries about UniSA's Defence partnerships...

Matt Opie
Director: Defence & Space
matt.opie@unisa.edu.au
Phone: +618 8302 9127