We offer a competitive remuneration package, and as a not-for-profit organisation, you can access salary packaging of up to $15,900 each year – increasing your take home pay.
Flexible working arrangements such as flexible hours, part-time work and working from home – as long as it complements your role, we will help you to achieve a good work life balance.
Professional development opportunities
Up to $1,500 professional development allowance and up to five days paid study leave each year to attend training and conferences, as well as access to in-house learning in a range of areas.
Cultural immersion training
Increase your understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and develop your skills to become more culturally aware and competent – both personally and professionally.
We prioritise staff health and wellbeing as part of our progressive and inclusive workplace culture, with 24/7 access to our free, confidential employee assistance program for counselling support.
Up to five weeks annual leave per year, plus extra paid leave over Christmas/New Year shutdown. We also offer access to other leave such as cultural and community service leave.
For use on client visits and for travel needs.
Help us to achieve our vision of enabling communities to thrive through improved health and wellbeing – join an organisation making a genuine difference.
How we recruit
1. Shortlist suitable applicants
2. Interview with panel
3. Preferred candidate chosen
4. Referee checks
5. Offer of employment
6. Police and Working with Children checks
7. NDIS Worker check (where applicable)
8. Onboarding and induction
"I have been supported to take on study and to change roles over the years – I've obtained invaluable experience."
Clarissa, Acting Program Manager, CPS Program
"I like my colleagues and the high energy can do culture. I feel respected and valued."
Matt, Principal Practice Lead
Page last updated: 20 November 2023