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!

Service Development Clerk

Service Development Clerk

  • Full Time Fixed Term Contract (12 months)
  • To commence as soon as appointed
  • Level 2 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award
  • Mount Barker Location


The Service Development Clerk is responsible for assisting the Service Development team with the management of service agreements and quotes related to the support provided to Community Living Australia clients. The role will support the Service Development team by ensuring accurate data is entered into systems

Based from our Mount Barker office and reporting to the Senior Service Development Consultant, your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Update and maintain the Client Record Management (CRM) system with accurate and details information related to client's needs, funding and support
  • Create and monitor tasks in CRM in relation to the workflow of service agreements and quotes
  • Check and review NDIS Portal for service booking information
  • Ensure accurate data is entered on the CRM system for the purpose of creating and monitoring reports relating to clients’ level of funding, clients support needs and clients goals
  • Provide efficient and quality customer service to both internal and external stakeholders


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

  • Minimum Year 12 with relevant data entry and work experience
  • Certificate III in Business (desirable)
  • Obtain and maintain DHS General Employment Probity Check
  • Class 1 Drivers Licence


The successful candidate will demonstrate experience in accurate data entry records and have the ability to work in a team and support team members with tasks.  You will be able to multi-task, work within deadlines and present with excellent communication skills. 

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

Applications close COB Monday 4 October 2021.

For further information regarding the role, please contact Maelle Milan (Senior Service Development Consultant) on 0429 839 009. .


Applications Close
04 October 2021
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Support Workers - All Regions (South East, Riverland, and More!)

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

  • Murraylands
  • South East
  • Riverland
  • Kangaroo Island
  • Hills
  • Fleurieu

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 Centred 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 Individual Support (Disability) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain NDIS Worker Check
  • 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 - Cheryl Willcourt (Regional Coordinator) - 0418 830 739

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

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

Southern Metro (Christies Beach) - Lisa Rutter (Regional Coordinator) - 0428 918 693


Applications Close
27 September 2021
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Support Workers - Children's Respite Services (Murraylands)

Support Workers - Children's Respite Services 

Murraylands - 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 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 Centred 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 Individual Support (Disability) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain NDIS Worker Check
  • 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. 

Must be available Before and After School, and on Weekends

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 


Applications Close
27 September 2021
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Support Workers - Accommodation (Murraylands)

Support Workers - Accommodation

Murraylands - 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 the Murraylands region. The role will provide direct care support as well as encourage independence and guidance in daily activities. Opportunities are also available within our respite services 

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 Centred 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 Individual Support (Disability) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain NDIS Worker Check
  • 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

Successful candidates will have 24/7 availability including active and passive overnight shifts

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.


Applications Close
27 September 2021
Apply Now

Support Workers - 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 Individual Support (Disability) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain NDIS Worker Check
  • 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


Applications Close
27 September 2021
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Support Workers - Engage Program (South East)

Support Workers - Engage Program (South East)

South East (Mount Gambier) - Casual Vacancies Available

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

We are looking for innovative and energetic Support Workers, who are available to work in the Community Engage Program in Mount Gambier.

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 Centred 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 Individual Support (Disability) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain NDIS Worker Check
  • 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

Must be available Weekdays 9:00am to 3:00 pm and for bi-monthly team meetings

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 regarding Support Worker positions, please contact Cynthia Gerritsen (Regional Coordinator) on 0400 502 925


Applications Close
27 September 2021
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Support Workers - In Home Support (Victor Harbor & Goolwa)

Support Workers - In Home Support (Victor Harbor & Goolwa)

Fleurieu - 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 the Fleurieu region. The role will provide direct high care 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 Centred 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 Individual Support (Disability) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain NDIS Worker Check
  • 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

Working effectively as part of a team, you will have the ability to follow instructions but also work productively with limited supervision with excellent attention to detail. 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, please contact Sue Stuart (Regional Manager) on 0407 363 599.


Applications Close
27 September 2021
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Team Leader (Fleurieu)

Team Leader - (Fleurieu)

  • Permanent Full Time
  • Level 3 Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Award
  • Overseeing services within the Fleurieu region


We are looking for an energetic and supportive individual who will lead and collaborate with a team of disability support workers to deliver quality/person centred support to a variety of services and clients.

Based in our Fleurieu region and reporting to the Regional Manager, you will be a key contact and relationship champion with individual clients, staff and carers.

Your duties will include but won't be limited to:

  • Participate in the implementation of frameworks to support therapeutic service delivery
  • Identify the need for the development of behavioural support plans
  • Ensure high quality services are being provided to our clients
  • 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
  • Ensure the successful daily operation of programs and effective administration of service budgets
  • 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 is required to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Certificate IV in Disability (Individual Support) or equivalent
  • Obtain and maintain NDIS Worker Check
  • Obtain and maintain DHS Working with Children Check 
  • Obtain and maintain First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Obtain and maintain Safe Environments for Children & Young People certificate
  • Class 1 Drivers Licence


The successful candidate will have proven knowledge and experience in supporting people with disabilities, both in the community and group settings.  Excellent verbal communication skills are essential, as is the ability to build positive relationships with  clients and 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.

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

Applications close COB Monday 27 September 2021.

For further information regarding the role, please contact Sue Stuart (Regional Manager) on 0407 363 599. 


Applications Close
27 September 2021
Apply Now
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