Current Vacancies

Work with a team that’s dedicated to making a real difference in the lives of people with disability. At Community Living Australia, our staff are so important in ensuring we provide quality, life changing services to people living with disability.

If you are passionate and want to make a real difference in the lives of people with disability, apply now!

Support Workers - Children's Respite Services (Murraylands)

Support Workers - Children's Respite Services 

Murraylands- Casual Vacancies Available

24/7 Support Required

Level 2 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award.

We are looking for experienced and skilled Support Workers, who are available to provide support to our Children's Respite services.  The role will provide direct care support as well as encouraging independence and guidance in daily activities. 

Reporting to the Team Leader, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Follow daily tasks, activities and schedule to ensure a safe comfortable living environment, maintaining appropriate physical and emotional support to clients at all times
  • Provide support and services to clients with the Person Centered Active Support model
  • Encourage individuals living with a disability to be engaged in their own lives
  • Assist clients with their personal health care and mobility needs
  • Administer medication and undertake other health care interventions
  • Assist in promoting a positive image of clients within the community
  • Be an effective role model for clients and carry out all tasks and functions in accordance with relevant Standards, Codes, Policies and Procedures
  • Work collaboratively with peers and colleagues to achieve client and organisational objectives

The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Certificate III in Disability (Individual Support) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment clearance
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Working with Children Check (previously Child Related Clearance)
  • Obtain and maintain Senior First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Obtain and maintain Safe Environments for Children & Young People certificate 
  • Class 1 Drivers Licence (preferred)
  • Use of Private Vehicle required in some services
  • DCP Psychometric Screening or be willing to undertake

**Successful appointment will be subject to a cleared DCP Psychometric Screening. 

** Experience in working with Acquired Brain Injuries preferred 

Working effectively as part of a team, you will have the ability to follow instructions but also work productively with limited supervision.  You will have a willingness to assist clients with their personal care needs and activities of daily living.


All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

For a confidential discussion, please contact Molly Baulch (Regional Manager) on 0429 911 659 


*Community Living Australia is currently offering successful new employees a retention payment as a guaranteed minimum wage for the first 2 months of employment whilst your increase your shifts within services.


Applications Close
01 February 2021
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Recruitment Officer

Recruitment Officer

  • Part-Time Fixed Term (0.8FTE) Contract (9:00am – 3:00pm Monday to Friday) can be negotiated
  • To commence as soon as appointed through to 30 July 2021 (with possible extension) 
  • Level 3 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award
  • Mount Barker Location

We are looking for a highly organised and dedicated person to fulfil the role of Recruitment Officer.  

Responsible for undertaking end-to-end Support Worker recruitment across the organisation, the role will provide advice and support the regional teams to on-board new candidates.  The position will also oversee the student placement program and support the Recruitment & Volunteer Coordinator with additional tasks as required. 

Based from our Mount Barker Office and reporting to the Recruitment & Volunteer Coordinator, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Undertake the Support Worker recruitment process, including but not limited to; 
  • Place adverts across all recruitment channels based on regional/service need 
  • Evaluate and screen suitable applications, resumes and cover letters
  • Register suitable candidates through the online reference check system 
  • Undertake pre-employment phone screenings in a timely manner 
  • Manage the on-boarding process for all new employees ensuring all mandatory requirements are met, including the lodgement of screenings and the organisational induction program. 
  • Provide regular updates to teams around Support Worker recruitment and progression of candidates
  • Undertake monthly recruitments stats, providing completed report to senior executive
  • Be a central point of contract for potential employees and student placements
  • Coordinate the student placement program, liaising with regional teams / training organisations and progressing suitable candidates

The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Certificate III Business Administration  and/or equivalent experience in HR Admin based role
  • Strong administrative and clerical/data processing skills preferred

You will have relevant work experience in a fast paced administration role, along with the ability to engage with a wide range of people from different backgrounds. You will demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills whilst maintaining confidentiality at all times.  You will have high attention to detail, be able to multi-task in a busy work environment and complete work accurately.   

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

*Applications close 5:00pm, Tuesday 26th January 2021

For a confidential discussion, please contact Alys Green (Recruitment/Volunteer Coordinator) on 8536 5835


Applications Close
26 January 2021
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Regional Scheduling Officer

Regional Scheduling  Officer

  • Permanent Full Time 
  • Level 3 – Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010


The Regional Scheduling Officer is responsible for scheduling services and Support Workers to provide a best match service with clients and employees as well as maintain integrity of contracts. 

Working collaboratively with regions to achieve the best rostering outcomes for clients, support workers and the organisation, the role provides flexible and responsive allocation of roster resourcing to meet service needs. 

The role will also provide leadership and support to the Rostering Clerks to fill shifts in a timely and efficient manner. 


Based from our Mount Barker Office, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Undertake the regional services scheduling and rostering function, by creating and managing roster templates to ensure clients and support workers have rosters two weeks in advance of service delivery
  • Establish roster templates informed by Service Agreements; ensuring rosters comply with Award provisions, there is fair distribution of available shifts and provide for the welfare and wellbeing of staff
  • Ensure efficient and effective matching of workforce with service contract obligations, specific skill requirements and clients’ needs and preferences, liaising with appropriate Regional Teams as required
  • Ensure shifts adhere to the restrictions on active hours and the minimum rest periods as detailed in the Award and Enterprise Agreement
  • Oversee the filling of vacant shifts ensuring they are filled in a timely manner and in such a way as to ensure minimum disruption to clients and ensure maximum cost effectiveness to the organisation.   Act as a back-up as required
  • Review and authorise timesheets daily in preparation for payroll processing. Escalate timesheet exceptions to Regional Teams for approval/follow-up as required  
  • Manage the process of leave requests and approvals; liaising with Regional Rostering Officers and Regional Teams to ensure adequate staffing coverage
  • Report on an on-going basis any rostering breaches/non-conformances in relation to Award and Enterprise or any other agreements, to the Regional Manager and Scheduling/Payroll Coordinator
  • Ensure removal of terminated staff and cancel system access


You will demonstrate highly developed data input and analytical skills with the ability to manipulate and analyse raw data. Strong customer services skills are required along with the ability to develop and maintain strong relationships.  You will have the ability to problem solve and engage with other staff to resolve queries in a concise and timely manner.  You will have proven ability to manage your own workload and be a participative and supportive team member. 

The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Certificate III in Business (or similar) and/or equivalent experience in the workforce
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment clearance
  • Class 1 Drivers Licence

For a confidential discussion, please contact either  Andrea Gatenby or Stacy Bielby on 8536 5888.

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

Applications close COB Monday 25 January 2021.


Applications Close
25 January 2021
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Rostering Clerk

Rostering Clerk

  • Permanent Full Time 
  • Level 2 – Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010


The Rostering Clerk is a key member of the rostering/scheduling function, providing support to the Regional Scheduling Officer.  The role ensures appropriate responsive allocation of resources to meeting clients’ service needs, undertaking timely communication with Support Workers, Clients/Families and other regional teams about changes to rosters or support staff.

Based from our Mount Barker Office, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Contact available Support Workers to fill unplanned vacant shifts 
  • Ensure shift allocations comply with contract requirements, minimum training/credentialing requirement and client preferences
  • Escalate inability to cover shifts to Regional Scheduling Officer in a timely manner 
  • Ensure rosters comply with Award provisions
  • Work towards Support Workers being rostered to their capacity 
  • Assist with induction for new employees in the Time recording system, provide user support to existing employees and undertake training as required


You will demonstrate skills in effective communication and have the ability to meet deadlines and prioritise tasks.  You will possess an excellent customer service focus along with the ability to maintain privacy and confidentiality when working with sensitive information.

The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Minimum completion of Year 11 plus relevant previous Customer Service experience
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment clearance
  • Class 1 Drivers Licence

For a confidential discussion, please contact Andrea Gatenby (Payroll/Scheduling Coordinator) on 8536 5862.

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

Applications close COB Monday 25 January 2021.


Applications Close
25 January 2021
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Support Worker - High Care Support (Strathalbyn)

Support Workers - High Care Support

Strathalbyn - Casual Vacancies Available

24/7 Support Required

Level 2 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award.

We are looking for experienced and skilled Support Workers, who are available to provide high care support to our clients in Strathalbyn.  The role will provide direct care support as well as encouraging independence and guidance in daily activities. 

Reporting to the Team Leader, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Follow daily tasks, activities and schedule to ensure a safe comfortable living environment, maintaining appropriate physical and emotional support to clients at all times
  • Provide support and services to clients with the Person Centered Active Support model
  • Encourage individuals living with a disability to be engaged in their own lives
  • Assist clients with their personal health care and mobility needs
  • Administer medication and undertake other health care interventions
  • Assist in promoting a positive image of clients within the community
  • Be an effective role model for clients and carry out all tasks and functions in accordance with relevant Standards, Codes, Policies and Procedures
  • Work collaboratively with peers and colleagues to achieve client and organisational objectives

The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Certificate III in Disability (Individual Support) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment clearance
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Working with Children Check (previously Child Related Clearance)
  • Obtain and maintain Senior First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Obtain and maintain Safe Environments for Children & Young People certificate 
  • Class 1 Drivers Licence (preferred)
  • Use of Private Vehicle required in some services

* Experience in working with medication, using transfer lifters, PEG's, Catheter, Oral Suction and undertaking personal care duties is preferred.

Working effectively as part of a team, you will have the ability to follow instructions but also work productively with limited supervision.  You will have a willingness to assist clients with their personal care needs and activities of daily living.


All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

For a confidential discussion regarding Support Worker positions, please contact Sue Stuart (Regional Manager) - 0407 363 599


*Community Living Australia is currently offering successful new employees a retention payment as a guaranteed minimum wage for the first 2 months of employment whilst your increase your shifts within services. 


Applications Close
21 January 2021
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Trainee Business Support Officer

Trainee Business Support Officer

  • Full-Time Fixed-Term Contract (18 months)
  • Traineeship wage as relevant to the candidate - Level 1 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award
  • Mount Barker Location


We are offering an exciting and unique opportunity for an individual to undertake an 18-month Traineeship, completing a Certificate III in Business.  

The Trainee Business Support Officer will undertake an array of clerical and administrative duties across the Central Service functions of the organisation: People & Culture (Training / Recruitment / Rostering / Payroll), Compliance, Marketing, Administration, Finance, Fleet & Property and ICT departments. 

Over the course of the traineeship the incumbent will develop a variety of skills and competencies required to fulfil a range of business related positions and will look to specialise in their area of preference within the later part of the 18 month traineeship (subject to department capacity).


Based from our Mount Barker Office and reporting to the Training & Development Coordinator, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Assist teams with daily operations as per relevant assignment to specific workgroup (appropriate to training and experience)
  • Undertake word processing and data entry activities preparing a wide range of documents including reports, correspondence, forms and flyers etc
  • Monitor incoming electronic and hard copy correspondence for processing and appropriate distribution
  • Provide courteous and friendly service to internal and external customers via phone, face to face and email
  • Assist with the coordination and preparation of meetings and recording minutes
  • Provide support with Community Living Australia events and maintaining social media (when assigned to Marketing)
  • Undertake records management tasks including filing, archiving (electronic and hardcopy), reformatting and creating files
  • Research and collate information data and statistics and prepare basic reports


The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Minimum completion of Year 11
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment clearance
  • Class 1 Drivers Licence

 Traineeship Requirements:

  • Australian Citizen
  • Have not undertaken a nationally recognised qualification in the last 7 years (not applicable to VET in schools qualification)

You will demonstrate excellent communication skills both verbal and written, along with a genuine desire and commitment to successfully undertake business related studies.  You will have good time and organisational skills as well as an understanding of Microsoft Office programs.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Tracey Jaffer (Training & Development Coordinator) on 8536 5852. 

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

Applications close COB Monday 18 January 2021.


Applications Close
18 January 2021
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Reception & Administration Officer

Reception & Administration Officer

  • Permanent Full-Time 
  • Level 2 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award
  • Based from our Mount Barker Office with the flexibility to work across multiple office locations


We are looking for a highly organised and friendly personality to fulfil the position of Reception & Administration Officer.

Responsible for the day-to-day general reception and administrative support of the organisation, the role assists and supports the various service areas within the organisation on a daily basis and for required projects.


Based from our Mount Barker Office and reporting to the Administration Coordinator, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Operate an efficient and friendly front reception area 
  • Provide information to assist clients, or refer them to appropriate contacts, either within the organisation or externally 
  • Perform general office management functions including, but not limited to: photocopiers, stationery, phone systems, reconciling credit card statements, maintaining shared areas, meeting preparation, key registers, fleet bookings and petty cash  
  • Prepare outwards correspondence including the preparation of mail for lodgement 
  • Receipt monies received and prepare banking  
  • Provide administrative support to all areas of the organisation as part of an administration team 
  • Adapt to changing priorities and workloads 
  • Champion the use of technology and shared software solutions (SharePoint, CRM, etc) to all areas of the organisation 


The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Minimum completion of Year 11
  • Minimum Certificate III in Business, plus previous Administration and Customer Service experience
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment clearance
  • Class 1 Drivers Licence


You will have experience in providing professional reception and administration services along with excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills.  You will demonstrate excellent organisational and planning skills and work effectively as part of a team in a fast changing environment.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Kellie Bucco (Administration Coordinator) on 8536 5836.

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

Applications close COB Monday 18 January 2021.


Applications Close
18 January 2021
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Trainee Administration Officer

Trainee Administration Officer

  • Full-Time Fixed-Term Contract (18 months)
  • Traineeship wage as relevant to the candidate - Level 1 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award
  • Based from Mount Barker with the flexibility to work across multiple office locations

 

The Trainee Administration Officer will undertake an array of clerical and administrative duties whilst providing support and assistance to the Administration team. This role will contribute to the provision and delivery of quality within the organisation.


Over the course of the traineeship the incumbent will develop and apply the skills and competencies acquired and required to be a highly effective Receptionist and Administration Officer. The trainee will complete a Certificate III in Business during the course of their traineeship. 


Based from our Mount Barker Office and reporting to the Administration Coordinator, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Undertake general reception duties (incoming call management, petty cash, customer enquiries) and provide information on a broad range of issues or refer to the appropriate Reception/Administration Officer
  • Provide administrative cover to all areas of the organisation as part of an administration team as required
  • Undertake records management tasks including filing, archiving (electronic and hardcopy), reformatting and creating files
  • Undertake word processing and data entry activities for various departments within the organisation
  • Undertake domestic duties in the office including (but not limited to); maintaining kitchen area replenishing and monitoring bathroom stock
  • Prepare outwards electronic and hard copy correspondence including the preparation of mail for lodgement
  • Monitor incoming electronic and hard copy correspondence for processing and appropriate distribution
  • Attend to the restocking and resupply of office consumables


The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Minimum completion of Year 11
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment clearance
  • Class 1 Drivers Licence

 Traineeship Requirements:

  • Australian Citizen
  • Have not undertaken a nationally recognised qualification in the last 7 years (not applicable to VET in schools qualification)

You will demonstrate excellent communication skills both verbal and written, along with a genuine desire and commitment to successfully undertake business related studies.  You will have good time and organisational skills as well as an understanding of Microsoft Office programs.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Kellie Bucco (Administration Coordinator) on 8536 5836. 

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

Applications close COB Monday 18 January 2021.


Applications Close
18 January 2021
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Community Engage Program - Disability Support Workers

Community Engage Program- Support Workers (Mount Gambier) 

Casual Vacancies Available

Level 2 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award.

Are you energetic, creative and enthusiastic about positively supporting people with disabilities within our local community? Do you have an eye for detail, great sense of humour and enjoy working in a team environment?

Come and join the journey of developing and delivering skill building and social programs to a wonderful group of clients who are keen to learn new things, love socialising and thrive on a positive and encouraging environment to grow meaningful relationships and gain self-confidence.

Community Living Australia’s Engage Program is a fun social adult group who are involved in activities within the community. The role will provide person centred active support to clients, maintain their wellbeing, explore opportunities and support their individual aims and goals. 

Growing in popularity since its inception in 2019, we are looking for additional team members with the following attributes:

  • Energetic from start to finish
  • Able to contribute ideas and deliver a social program for all abilities
  • Enthusiastic about working within a group
  • Passion about employment in the disability sector

Reporting to the Team Leader, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Assist in promoting a positive image of clients within the community
  • Be an effective role model for clients and carry out all tasks and functions in accordance with relevant Standards, Codes, Policies and Procedures
  • Work collaboratively with peers and colleagues to achieve client and organisational objectives
  • Daily tasks, activities and schedule to ensure a safe environment, maintaining appropriate physical and emotional support to clients at all times
  • Provide support and services to clients with the Person Centered Active Support model
  • Encourage individuals living with a disability to be engaged in their own lives
  • Assist clients with their personal health care and mobility needs
  • Administer medication and undertake other health care interventions

The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Certificate III in Disability (Individual Support) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment Screening 
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Working with Children Check
  • Obtain and maintain Senior First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Obtain and maintain  Safe Environments for Children & Young People certificate
  • Australian Class 1 Drivers License is preferred
  • Use of Private Vehicle required in some services

Working effectively as part of a team, you will have the ability to follow instructions but also work productively with limited supervision. You will have a willingness to encourage clients to participate in program and community based programs.

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

For a confidential discussion, please contact Cynthia Gerritsen (Regional Coordinator) on 0400 502 925

Community Living Australia has charitable status for Fringe Benefits Tax purposes and is therefore able to offer attractive taxation benefits through salary sacrifice.


Applications Close
12 January 2021
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Trainee Support Worker

Trainee Support Worker

Part-Time Fixed Term Contract (12 months)

Traineeship wage as relevant to candidate

Level 1 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award

Regional Location;

  • Adelaide Hills
  • Kangaroo Island


In 2021 Community Living Australia will be launching a Traineeship Support Worker Program.  We are looking for a motivated individual in each of our regions to undertake traineeship roles, whilst being supported to complete a Certificate III Individual Support (Disability).  

As a Trainee Support Worker you will develop skills and knowledge to assist clients with daily living skills and community inclusion and participation activities.  The role provides personal care and person centred active support to clients with a disability to maintain their wellbeing, explore opportunities and supports the aims and goals of the client.  

Based in our regional services and working under alongside our experienced Support Workers and a Team Leaders, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Follow the daily tasks, activities and schedule to ensure a safe and comfortable living environment, maintaining appropriate physical and emotional support to clients at all times; (this may include joining them in gym workouts, the pool for aquatic activities, bike riding, etc.)
  • Provide support and services to clients with the Person Centred Active Support Model which promotes individuals living with a disability being engaged in their own lives
  • Partake in programs and activities that encompass the individual needs of clients to ensure the participation and development of individuals that provide opportunities to extend social and personal networks
  • Respect client choice and uphold the values of the organisation
  • Assist clients with their personal and health care and mobility needs by pushing wheelchairs, undertaking wheelchair transfers and use of hydraulic lifters and a range of other manual tasks
  • Assist in promoting and positive image of clients within the community
  • Be an effective role model for clients, e.g. maintaining high personal standards in respect of personal appearance, presentation and social behaviour


You will be able to work effectively as part of a team and follow instructions to work within established guidelines.  You will demonstrate high personal standards and encourage clients to participate in program and community based activities.  Strong written and verbal communication skills are required along with demonstrating professionalism and integrity.     


Minimum successful completion of Year 11 or Year 12.  
 Traineeship Requirements:

  • Australian Citizen
  • Have not undertaken a nationally recognised qualification in the last 7 years (not applicable to VET in schools qualification)


All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"


For further information regarding the role, please contact People & Culture on 8536 5888.



Applications Close
04 January 2021
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Team Leader - Hills/Strathalbyn

  • Team Leader Hills/Strathalbyn 
  • Full Time Fixed Term Contract - to commence as soon as appointed through to 30 June 2021 (with possible extension)
  • Level 3 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award


We are looking for a motivated and dedicated person who will lead a team of disability support workers to deliver quality/person centred support to our Hills/Strathalbyn region.

Based in the Hills/Strathalbyn region and responsible for overseeing a variety of services, you will be a key contact and relationship champion with individual clients and carers.


Reporting to the Regional Manager (Hills/Fleurieu) your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Ensure the successful daily operation of programs and effective administration of service budgets
  • Participate in the implementation of frameworks to support therapeutic service delivery
  • Ensure high quality services are being provided to our clients
  • Identify the need for the development of behavioural support plans
  • Advocate both internally and externally for people with a disability and their carers
  • Ensure effective matching of clients with support workers that supports the achievement of client outcomes
  • Manage develop and motivate staff fostering a positive workplace culture
  • Assist with recruiting, induction and maintaining and workforce that meets the needs of the clients and standards of the organisation


The successful candidate will have proven knowledge and experience in supporting people with disabilities, both in the community and in individual and group accommodation services.  Excellent verbal communication skills are essential, as is the ability to build positive relationships with employees at all levels.

You will have previous experience working with clients with complex behaviours and the skills to develop, design and implementation program plans. You will be able to demonstrate strong leadership qualities and a passion to assist in the development of your peers.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Sue Stuart (Regional Manager) on 0407 363 599

Applications close COB Monday 4 January 2021.

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"


Applications Close
04 January 2021
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Support Workers - Fleurieu / South Coast

Support Workers - Fleurieu /South Coast
(Victor Harbor - Goolwa)

Casual Vacancies Available

Level 2 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award.

We are looking for enthusiastic and innovative Support Workers, with flexibility to work in Accommodation, multiple short shifts (1-2hrs), in-Home Support and Social Support services, to join our team in the Fleurieu / South Coast region.

The role will provide person centred active support to clients, maintain their wellbeing, explore opportunities and support their individual aims and goals.

Reporting to the Team Leader, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Follow daily tasks, activities and schedule to ensure a safe comfortable living environment, maintaining appropriate physical and emotional support to clients at all times
  • Provide support and services to clients with the Person Centered Active Support model
  • Encourage individuals living with a disability to be engaged in their own lives
  • Assist clients with their personal health care and mobility needs
  • Administer medication and undertake other health care interventions
  • Assist in promoting a positive image of clients within the community
  • Be an effective role model for clients and carry out all tasks and functions in accordance with relevant Standards, Codes, Policies and Procedures
  • Work collaboratively with peers and colleagues to achieve client and organisational objectives

The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Certificate III in Disability (Individual Support) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment clearance
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Working with Children Check (previously Child Related Clearance)
  • Obtain and maintain Senior First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Obtain and maintain Safe Environments for Children & Young People certificate 
  • Class 1 Drivers Licence (preferred)
  • Use of Private Vehicle required when working in some services

Working effectively as part of a team, you will have the ability to follow instructions but also work productively with limited supervision. You will have a willingness to assist clients with their personal care needs and encourage clients to participate in program and community based programs.


All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

For a confidential discussion regarding Support Worker positions, please contact Sue Stuart (Regional Manager) - 0407 363 599


*Community Living Australia is currently offering successful new employees a retention payment as a guaranteed minimum wage for the first 2 months of employment whilst your increase your shifts within services.  


Applications Close
31 December 2020
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Support Workers - All Regions

We are looking for enthusiastic and innovative Support Workers to join our teams across all our serviced regions. 

  • Hills/Fleurieu
  • Murraylands
  • South East
  • Riverland
  • Kangaroo Island
  • Southern Metro (Christies Beach)

The role will provide person centred active support to clients, maintain their wellbeing, explore opportunities and support their individual aims and goals.

Reporting to the Team Leader, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Daily tasks, activities and schedule to ensure a safe comfortable living environment, maintaining appropriate physical and emotional support to clients at all times
  • Provide support and services to clients with the Person Centered Active Support model
  • Encourage individuals living with a disability to be engaged in their own lives
  • Assist clients with their personal health care and mobility needs
  • Administer medication and undertake other health care interventions
  • Assist in promoting a positive image of clients within the community
  • Be an effective role model for clients and carry out all tasks and functions in accordance with relevant Standards, Codes, Policies and Procedures
  • Work collaboratively with peers and colleagues to achieve client and organisational objectives

The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Certificate III in Disability (Individual Support) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment Screening 
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Working with Children Check
  • Obtain and maintain Senior First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Obtain and maintain  Safe Environments for Children & Young People certificate
  • Australian Class 1 Drivers License is preferred
  • Use of Private Vehicle required in some services

Working effectively as part of a team, you will have the ability to follow instructions but also work productively with limited supervision.  You will have a willingness to assist clients with their personal care needs and encourage clients to participate in program and community based programs.

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

For a confidential discussion regarding Support Worker positions, please contact the following:

South East (Mount Gambier) - Cynthia Gerritsen (Regional Coordinator) - 0400 502 925

Hills/Fleurieu - Sue Stuart (Regional Manager) - 0407 363 599

Riverland - Narelle Lee (Regional Coordinator) - 0448 768 884

Murraylands - Molly Baulch (Regional Manager) - 0429 911 659

Kangaroo Island - Suzi Lines (Regional Coordinator) - 0417 892 149


*Community Living Australia is currently offering successful new employees a retention payment as a guaranteed minimum wage for the first 2 months of employment whilst your increase your shifts within services.  


Applications Close
31 December 2020
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Female Support Worker (South East) - 24/7 Service

Casual Vacancies Available 

Female Support Worker (South East - 24/7 Service)

Level 2 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award.

We are looking for experienced Support Workers with 24/7 availability over a 7 day working week, to join our  team in the South East region.  

The role will provide person centred active support to clients, maintain their wellbeing, explore opportunities and support their individual aims and goals.

Reporting to the Team Leader, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Assist clients with their personal health care and mobility needs
  • Social and Community support including shopping, running errands and attending appointments.
  • Daily tasks, activities and schedule to ensure a safe comfortable living environment, maintaining appropriate physical and emotional support to clients at all times
  • Provide support and services to clients with the Person Centered Active Support model
  • Encourage individuals living with a disability to be engaged in their own lives
  • Administer medication and undertake other health care interventions
  • Assist in promoting a positive image of clients within the community
  • Be an effective role model for clients and carry out all tasks and functions in accordance with relevant Standards, Codes, Policies and Procedures
  • Work collaboratively with peers and colleagues to achieve client and organisational objectives

The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Certificate III in Disability (Individual Support) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment Screening 
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Working with Children Check
  • Obtain and maintain Senior First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Obtain and maintain  Safe Environments for Children & Young People certificate
  • Australian Class 1 Drivers License is preferred
  • Use of Private Vehicle in some services

Will have morning, afternoon and active/passive night availability and flexibility for OnCall for the service, over a 7 day working week. Working effectively as part of a team, you will have the ability to follow instructions but also work productively with limited supervision. You will have a willingness to assist clients with their personal care needs, domestic duties and assist with social and community tasks.

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

For a confidential discussion regarding Support Worker positions, please contact the following:

South East- Cynthia Gerritsen (Regional Coordinator) - 0400 502 925


*Community Living Australia is currently offering successful new employees a retention payment as a guaranteed minimum wage for the first 2 months of employment whilst your increase your shifts within services. 


Applications Close
24 December 2020
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Experienced Support Workers - South East

Casual Vacancies Available

Experienced Support Workers 

Level 2 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award.

We are looking for experienced Support Workers who are available for a 24/7 rostered service within Accommodation, to join our team in the South East region. Up to 65 hours available each fortnight, with opportunity to secure an early PPT contract contract based on performance. You will have disability or aged care experience with the ability to enhance your training and skills in multiple areas of care.  

The role will provide person centred active support to clients, maintain their wellbeing, explore opportunities and support their individual aims and goals.

Reporting to the Team Leader, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Daily tasks, activities and schedule to ensure a safe comfortable living environment, maintaining appropriate physical and emotional support to clients at all times
  • Provide support and services to clients with the Person Centered Active Support model
  • Encourage individuals living with a disability to be engaged in their own lives
  • Assist clients with their personal health care and mobility needs
  • Administer medication and undertake other health care interventions
  • Assist in promoting a positive image of clients within the community
  • Be an effective role model for clients and carry out all tasks and functions in accordance with relevant Standards, Codes, Policies and Procedures
  • Work collaboratively with peers and colleagues to achieve client and organisational objectives

The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Certificate III in Disability (Individual Support) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment Screening 
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Working with Children Check
  • Obtain and maintain Senior First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Obtain and maintain  Safe Environments for Children & Young People certificate
  • Manual Handling (Tafe or equivalent)
  • Australian Class 1 Drivers License is preferred
  • Use of Private Vehicle required in some services

Working effectively as part of a team on a 24/7 roster, you will have the ability to follow instructions but also work productively with limited supervision. Shift availability must include morning, afternoon, overnight and weekends work. You will have a willingness to assist clients with their personal care needs and encourage clients to participate in program and community based programs. 

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now"

For a confidential discussion regarding Support Worker positions, please contact the following:

South East- Cynthia Gerritsen (Regional Coordinator) - 0400 502 925


*Community Living Australia is currently offering successful new employees a retention payment as a guaranteed minimum wage for the first 2 months of employment whilst your increase your shifts within services. 


Applications Close
20 December 2020
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Female Support Workers (Blackwood) - In Home Support

Female Support Workers 

In Home Support (Blackwood)- Casual Vacancies Available

Level 2 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award.

We are looking for experienced and skilled Support Workers, who are available to provide expert support to our clients in Blackwood. The role will provide direct care support as well as encouraging independence and guidance in daily activities. 

Reporting to the Team Leader, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Follow daily tasks, activities and schedule to ensure a safe comfortable living environment, maintaining appropriate physical and emotional support to clients at all times
  • Provide support and services to clients with the Person Centered Active Support model
  • Encourage individuals living with a disability to be engaged in their own lives
  • Assist clients with their personal health care and mobility needs
  • Administer medication and undertake other health care interventions
  • Assist in promoting a positive image of clients within the community
  • Be an effective role model for clients and carry out all tasks and functions in accordance with relevant Standards, Codes, Policies and Procedures
  • Work collaboratively with peers and colleagues to achieve client and organisational objectives

The successful candidate is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Certificate III in Disability (Individual Support) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Disability Services Employment clearance
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Working with Children Check (previously Child Related Clearance)
  • Obtain and maintain Senior First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Obtain and maintain Safe Environments for Children & Young People certificate 
  • Class 1 Drivers Licence (preferred)
  • Use of Private Vehicle required in some services

Experience in working in the health & disability care sector, medication administration, manual handling and undertaking personal care duties is required. Willing to complete a variety of hours each week, including sleepovers and weekend work. 

Working effectively as part of a team, you will have the ability to follow instructions but also work productively with limited supervision. You will have a willingness to assist clients with their personal care needs and activities of daily living.

All applicants must complete our Application for Employment Form by hitting "Apply Now" 

For a confidential discussion, please contact Lisa Rutter (Regional Coordinator) on 0428 918 693

*Community Living Australia is currently offering successful new employees a retention payment as a guaranteed minimum wage for the first 2 months of employment whilst your increase your shifts within services.


Applications Close
19 November 2020
Apply Now
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