Rewarding work for every Veteran and their immediate family.

Looking for work? Changing careers? Or maybe you want help to find your passion and purpose?

We help Veterans, their partners, and immediate family members find a rewarding job. It doesn’t matter how long ago you served, what stage you are at in your work journey, or how old you are.

RSLWA in conjunction with Working Spirit offers free career support services, specialist coaches and access to our extensive employer network.

How we support you

The Employment Program is tailored to your individual needs. Our Employment Consultants can support you by: 

  • Providing career navigation advice
  • Translating your military experience
  • Workshopping your CV
  • Writing job applications with stand-out cover letters
  • Enrolling in training programs
  • Connecting you with employers with current vacancies

Jobs for veterans

Our extensive employer network advertises current vacancies on our Transition Employment Portal (TEP). A joint venture of RSLWA and Working Spirit, the TEP is a job matching platform that links companies with military veterans.


Hire a Veteran

Join the Australian organisations supporting greater employment opportunities for veterans. Over 5,000 highly trained people leave the Australian Defence Force each year, looking for a fulfilling career in the civilian job market. Tap into this exceptional talent pool today.

Visit our Transition Employment Portal (TEP) to start recruiting veterans today. Need a bit more information first? Contact our team to discuss how hiring a veteran can benefit your organisation. 

Military spouse employment

The Employment Program is free to access for ADF and veteran partners and their working age children. Our expert Employment Consultants understand the unique challenges faced by military spouses when it comes to entering or re-entering the workforce. They provide personalised, one-on-one support.

Our military spouse employment services include:

  • Career navigation
  • Overcoming CV gaps
  • Identifying skills gained during paid and unpaid work
  • Training pathway programs
  • Writing job applications
  • Preparing for job interviews
  • Employer connections