Career Swag provides a range of career services to help job seekers and career changers. We also help employers tap into underutilised talent pools.
Do you need help with writing high quality job application documents? Do you need expert, up to date advice on the best ways to job search? We help you identify and market transferable skills so you can find rewarding and meaningful work wherever life takes you. Individuals and groups catered for.
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Clients are the heart and soul of what we do. If we can’t provide you with the support you need we want to put you in touch with those who can.
Why Career Swag?
Career Swag owner Amanda McCue is committed to ensuring that job seekers receive the highest quality career development support to help them find satisfying, meaningful employment. The information and support your receive from Amanda is up to date, evidence-informed and tailored to suit your individual circumstances. Career Swag supports all job seekers and specialise in assisting transitioning military members, military spouses, job changers and parents returning to work. Read more about how Amanda can help with your job search here.
As a consultant on military spouse employment Amanda can help employers, governments and others better understand the widespread benefits of supporting military spouse career development including how to help overcome some of the employment challenges faced my military spouses. Amanda has been involved in military spouse employment since 2013 both in Australia and the USA and was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 2017 to undertake applied research in this field. Her report and subsequent work has been shared with a variety of national and international stakeholders.
Amanda has a Graduate Certificate of Career Development, is a Professional Member of the Career Development Association of Australia (and the President of the ACT Division) and is committed to upholding the Career Industry Council of Australia Professional Standards and Code of Ethics. In 2019 she was awarded the CDAA Award for Excellence in Career Development Policy.