Not for profit organisation Advocacy WA are currently recruiting young people with disability, aged 15 – 25 in the Shire of Manjimup to train as youth consultants. The NFP is particularly interested in hearing from people living in Manjimup, Northcliffe and Walpole, in the South-West of Western Australia.

Successful applicants will be eligible for up to 15 hours of employment at $30 per hour, including training, and do not need to have any prior experience.  An advocate from Advocacy WA will train and accompany participants throughout the project.

Young people will be trained as youth consultants who will evaluate and report on how welcoming and accessible businesses are to young people with disabilities. This opportunity will help young people to:

  • Learn how businesses can become more accessible to young people with disabilities
  • Learn how businesses operate
  • Develop work-readiness skills including communication, time-management and decision-making.

Details of the project schedule are as follow: Interviews: January 17 & 24 on Zoom. Training on February 7 from 10am-3pm at Manjimup CRC. Work on February 13 or 14 (TBC). An online workshop is on February 28 from 10am-11am.

Places are limited so interested people should apply by completing this short survey: or

For more details email: or PH: 0499 014 110.