Connecting our people with LOCAL opportunities
The Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission (GEDC) has a strong commitment to diversifying the region's economic base, growth of business and entrepreneurship, retaining, attracting and developing skilled people, and maximising local jobs.
To support this focus, the State Government has launched a Local Content Program to maximise the participation of regional industry in regional supply or works contracting opportunities.
Recognising that it can often be challenging for businesses to access and engage as a supplier, Local Content Advisers have been appointed in each Regional Development Commission to take a lead role in promoting supply opportunities and facilitating regional business capability and growth.
At a regional level Local Content Advisers work with a range of stakeholders including government, industry groups and local businesses to tailor activities to respond to the unique requirements of their communities.
Your Goldfields-Esperance Local Content Adviser can assist with:
- Understanding how to sell to Government
- Find assistance to build supply chain capability and capacity
- Identify upcoming government supply opportunities
- Identify State and Federal Government financial assistance programs
- Understand your rights and responsibilities under the Western Australian Jobs Act 2017 and the Western Australian Industry Participation Strategy
- Facilitate connecting head contractors with subcontractors
- Participate in productivity and business capability activities
For futher inforrmation contact the Goldfields-Esperance Local Content Adviser - Peter Rampellini on (08) 9080 5008 or via email at email@example.com
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Devleopment (DPIRD) also work with the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation (JTSI) to provide the WA Industry Link portal.
To read more please follow the below link.
WA Industry Link - Building Local Capability
Most Local Governments in the GEDC region use an electronic procurement and tendering website called Tenderlink. To use this system and to access the tenders, suppliers must register with Tenderlink.
Please visit the Local Government's websites to view current local tenders:
Tenders WA is the central online source of information on Western Australian public sector tenders and awarded contracts.
Please vist the Tenders WA portal to view current tenders for our Region:
To be ready for future tenders, scroll through the Early Tender Advice (ETA) list below:
Early Tender Advice
Register as a new supplier
AusTender provides a database of Australian Government business opportunities, annual procurement plans, multi-use lists and contracts awarded.
Find out more on the AusTender website:
Our Region includes nine different local governments
, offering government positions in a variety of different industries and roles.
Please visit the local government's website to view employment opportunities in your area:
There are more than 100 departments and agencies in the Western Australian public sector, ranging in size from just a few people in a single office to thousands of employees across the state. You can access these job vacancies through the WA Jobs portal:
(Australian Public Service) website offers access to current vacancies available in the APS, the Parliamentary Serivce and many other Australian Government agencies. APSjobs pulishes vacnacies every weekday, in a range of job categories, from entry level positions through to senior leadership roles.
The website also enables you to set up an 'Email Me Jobs' function, setting up your job search criteria to receive an email with details of your first 50 job advertisements that matches your search.
For more information on Local Content or on how your business can be supported through this initiative: