Search our careers site for a role near you, complete a short application form and upload your CV.
If you don’t find a current role that matches your skills or requirements, fill out your details and we’ll be in touch.
One of our Talent Acquisition Specialists will contact you to discuss your experience, skills and location, and will then match you to the right role on offer. If you’re looking for a casual role, you’ll be matched to a wider geographical area (i.e. North Suburbs, Western Suburbs etc.). Where possible, we reach out to previous applicants before we advertise.
This is so we can make sure our customers have the consistent support they deserve
Once you’re matched to a permanent role, we’ll hold a one-on-one, values-based interview. While we consider your experience, it’s important to us that we recruit people with the right values, too.
For casual roles, we hold group interviews throughout the year, which include group activities and one-on-one interviews.
If you need help or reasonable adjustments to these interviews, please let us know – we’re always happy to explore options.
If you are successful in the interview process, we ask for reference checks that demonstrate your alignment to our values and ability to do the role. Then, we request a range of compliance documents, such as NDIS Worker Screening Check, Working With Children’s Check, First Aid and CPR certificates, and valid working rights.
Tip: If you know you want to work in the disability sector, apply for the NDIS Worker Screening Check now, as you need it for all roles. If you’re not sure yet, we recommend holding off until your application progresses to this compliance stage of our process.
Once all compliance documents have been received and verified, a letter of offer will formalise your employment. Once accepted, we’ll arrange three full-day onboarding sessions to start your training and prepare you for your new role.