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Level 4, 340 Albert Street
East Melbourne


Vicdeaf is a progressive, not for profit organisation established in 1884 and is the primary source of reference, referral, advice and support for deaf and hard of hearing adults in Victoria.

Vicdeaf works collaboratively with a variety of mental health, legal and employment providers, support agencies, education and government departments with the aim to achieve access and equity for Deaf and hard of hearing people in Victoria.

Part of our work at Vicdeaf includes providing information, resources and workshops to the wider community about Deaf and hard of hearing people and the day-to-day challenges they face.

The services Vicdeaf provides includes Case Management, Independent Living Skills, Supported Accommodation, Employment Services for job seekers who are Deaf, hard of hearing, blind, low vision or deafblind, Interpreting Services,

There are many reasons why you should work at Vicdeaf. We have a warm and community minded culture where staff enjoy the many benefits of working for a respected, long standing and progressive not for profit organisation.

We seek to employ people who are skilled, qualified, aligned with our Values and who want to contribute to our success in providing access and equity for Deaf and hard of hearing people.

Our head office is located in beautiful East Melbourne, with many other offices located across Victoria.

At Vicdeaf, we offer our staff:

  • Employment flexibility
    Full time, part time and casual positions are available, and flexible working arrangements can be negotiated.
  • Competitive pay, salary packaging and salary increases
    We pay above award rates, and generous salary packaging options ensure our salary rates are competitive. We also have annual salary increases for all staff.
  • Unique Cultural Diversity
    At Vicdeaf, we embrace our unique blend of cultures, communication modes and backgrounds. This may be challenging for some, but is extremely rewarding for most. We offer cultural diversity training and deaf awareness training to all staff.
  • Staff wellbeing
    Staff can make use of our wellbeing room, work health checks, employee assistance program, paid parental and other leave, employee satisfaction survey, work/life balance, social club and many other support programs.
  • Free Auslan classes
    To ensure communication is the key, we expect all staff to learn the language of the Deaf community by providing free, in-house Auslan classes in a friendly setting.
  • Ongoing training and development
    We provide staff with ongoing learning opportunities, including training, attendance at workshops and conferences, annual professional development plans, induction program and related study and conference leave.

Phone: 03 9473 1102


  • Allied health care
  • Australian Disability Enterprise
  • Community access/Social participation
  • Policy and advocacy
  • Respite and support
  • Skills development
  • Social development

  • High/low and complex support

  • Administration Coordinator
  • Assessment and case management
  • Case Manager
  • Community Care Worker
  • Community Transport Officer
  • Coordinator
  • Disability Support Worker
  • Employment Development Officer
  • Frontline Professional
  • Frontline Support
  • HR Manager
  • Manager/Supervisor
  • Personal Care Assistant
  • Program Facilitator
  • Residential Support Worker
  • Social Educator
  • Social Worker
  • Team Leader
  • Volunteer