Wade Noonan

After four foundational years at the helm, the Honourable Wade Noonan – a pioneer of social procurement in Victoria and passionate advocate of inclusive employment, announced he will retire from the Jobsbank Board, stepping down from his role as Chair.

Wamarra Managing Director Hayden Heta at Jobsbank's Meet The Suppliers event

Timed between Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week, Jobsbank’s second Meet The Suppliers event brought together businesses who highlight the depth, talent and ability to take on large-scale work among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-owned organisations.

Hakimah Shah, part of the Jobsbank-Tennis Australia employment partnership, works in one of the AO retail outlets at the Australian Open at Melbourne Park in Melbourne on January 26, 2022. MANDATORY PHOTO CREDIT Fiona Hamilton/TENNIS AUSTRALIA

After groundbreaking work to change the conversation around representation for women in sport, Swinburne’s Sport Innovation Group is partnering with Jobsbank and turning its lens to social procurement.

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