About Us

The Sarina Russo Group employs over 1000 staff in Australia & the United Kingdom. From the small beginnings in 1979, Sarina Russo started her company teaching just nine students. Today, over 5000 students graduate annually from the Sarina Russo Institute and over 25 000 people are placed into employment by Sarina Russo Job Access (Australia & Great Britain) each year.

Sarina Russo Group includes:

Sarina Russo Job Access (Australia & UK) provides a FREE employment service within it's network of locations throughout Queensland, Victoria & UK, and places over 25,000 people into employment each year.

Sarina Russo Institute trains up to 5000 students each year, and is recognised as one of the largest privately owned education training institutes in Australia.

Russo Recruitment provides clients (at a fee) with a customised recruitment service for all their permanent, temporary and contact staffing needs, ensuring the most suitable person for all skills, specialist and executive positions.

James Cook University Brisbane is Russo Higher Education in partnership with James Cook University (JCU) who have established a campus in the heart of the Brisbane Central Business District, teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Sarina Russo Apprenticeships provides a total employment solution for Australian employers, apprentices and jobseekers. We're a one stop shop for all your apprenticeship needs with free services, advice and assistance.

VOICE Allied Professionals provides specialist assistance and services to people with a disability in Melbourne who need ongoing support to help find and maintain open employment.

Learn more about Sarina Russo's journey to success here.

Sarina Russo Job Access is committed to employing disabled people and will:

  • Guarantee to interview all applicants with a disability who meet the minimum criteria for a job vacancy and consider them on their abilities
  • Discuss with employees who have disabilities what we and they can do to make sure they can develop and use their abilities.
  • Make every effort when employees develop a disability to make sure they stay in employment.
  • Take action to ensure all employees develop the appropriate level of disability awareness needed to make our commitment work.
  • Review the commitments every year to see what has been achieved. We will plan ways to improve and we will let employees know about progress and future plans.

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