Jobs Statewide are committed to upholding the rights of children and young people, and prioritises children and young people’s safety and wellbeing. Children and young people have a right to know their rights.

At Jobs Statewide, we are committed to:

  • encouraging open communication and an environment of trust
  • treating everyone equally no matter where they are from, or who they are
  • providing a safe environment in all of our offices
  • providing you with information about what do to if you feel unsafe
  • listening and acting on what you tell us, and making sure that your voice is heard
  • continuing to get better at what we do

Our Child Safety Feedback and Complaints Process

We respect your privacy and confidentiality and we will ensure that there is no negative effect on you for raising a complaint or providing feedback.

If you are a young person, parent or member of the community who could like to provide feedback or raise a concern regarding your safety or the safety of others, you can:

  • Ask to speak with your site’s Branch Manager as soon as possible.
  • If you don’t want to speak to the Branch Manager; you can call (08) 8212 9000 and ask to speak to our Child Safety Contact Person, in our Complaints Team.
  • If you would prefer to send us your feedback in writing, you can email us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • If you would like to read our full commitment to child safety policy please click here


Kind Regards from

The Team at Jobs Statewide


Jobs Statewide’s Commitment to Children & Young People
Document number: JSASD - 044   Version: September 2022
Created: August 2020 PUBLIC Revision: September 2024