Looking for a new and rewarding challenge? Find out where you would be best suited within the sector, with our Career Quiz - it’s a fun and easy way to see which role types you’d best fit into. Now available in multiple languages!
Take our fun Career Quiz – now in ten languages! It’s a great way to find out find out where your skills best fit within the disability and community care sector. So take a few minutes to answer the questions, and make the best move of your career.
18SEPHome Care TrainingCFNSW receives funding through the Department of Community Services to train support workers and carers who provide chest percussion (a form of physiotherapy to assist with airway clearance) to young people with cystic fibrosis.
Home Care Training is provided through our offices in Newcastle and Sydney.
18SEPSkills West ExpoSkills West Expo is Western Australia’s leading and largest careers, education, training and employment event. Launched in September 2010 by the Minister for Training and Workforce Development and the CEO of The West Australian, the expo provides the perfect platform for all organisations, employers and educational bodies the opportunity to showcase their careers and education opportunities to the state’s current and future workforce.
19SEPCertificate III in Disability CHC30408 - Minda IncGrowth across Australia’s Community Services industries means it is increasingly important to have qualified professionals to work with people with disabilities. The Certificate III in Disability will give you the ability to work in the disability industry and can also act as a stepping-stone to higher qualifications.
19SEPCertificate III in Aged Care CHC30212 - Minda IncAustralia’s aging population means it is increasingly important to have qualified professionals to work with the elderly. The Certificate III in Aged Care will give you the ability to work in the aged care industry and can also act as a stepping-stone to higher qualifications.
22SEPSchool Holidays Fun - EventJob No: CPLV78
Location: Strathpine, QLD
The Cerebral Palsy League (CPL) is a non-profit organisation that provides vital therapy and support services to more than 8,000 children and adults with disability in Queensland and Northern NSW. We work with clients to give them the freedom of choice, the opportunity to chase their passion and the support to live the life they choose.
26SEPYoung Achiever Awards
The purpose of the NSW/ACT Young Achiever Awards is to acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of young Australians aged between 12 and 28
Sponsorship opportunities are available within the NSW/ACT Young Achiever Awards, please call 1300 735 445 for more information.
You can look in our national Employer Directory to find local organisations in your area. It is also a great way to learn about the variety of organisations employing staff in the disability and community care sector. View our Employer Directory, or take a look at our Featured Employers below and get started!