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Become an ADACSS Support Worker

Do you want a rewarding, dynamic and flexible career supporting others? Join ADACSS – Australian Disability and Aged Care Support Services to be a part of a supportive community that enriches the lives of others


Why you will love about working at ADACSS as Support Worker

  • Competitive hourly rates
  • Recognition and award programs
  • Flexible working conditions and hours
  • Continuous career development
  • Opportunities and training
  • Friendly and supportive team for personalised
  • Ongoing support
  • Health Insurance
  • Discount for ADACSS employees
  • Warm company
  • Culture with fun
  • Social events and team bonding activitiess as 

Maintain your independence and
Do more of what you enjoy as
NDIS, Disability or Aged Care Support Worker

Your daily living support, your way

At ADACSS, we understand that when living with a disability, you may need some assistance with day-to-day activities. We’re here to support you or a loved one to provide assistance with daily living with our comprehensive range of disability care and support services.

We can help you with:

  • Support getting ready for the day
  • Helping you with household tasks and cleaning
  • Personal care, such as showering and toileting
  • Helping you feel good with healthy, nourishing meals
  • Support and assistance with the management of medication or nursing
  • Travel support to get out and about in your community and meetup with friends
  • Support with health and fitness

Support to live
the way you want

Are you looking for a career that helps you meets your goals while helping others to achieve theirs? If so, this is a great place to start.

In ADACSS – Australian Disability and Aged Care Support Services more new jobs are being created in Disability and Aged Care Area. It’s an exciting time as the sector is expanding and helping to transform the lives of those in the community.

What is the Future of NDIS, Disability and Aged Care Support Workers in Australia?

NDIS Disability Care – Support Workers with ADACSS

With the advent of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) the disability sector is expected to grow by 90,000 FTE employees. That equates to hundreds of thousands of full-time, part-time and casual jobs.Where do I start in the NSW care sector?

If you are looking for entry-level vacancies in front line support, you will need to search for jobs with titles like these:

Direct Care Worker
Disability Support Worker
Lifestyle Support Worker
Personal Care Assistant

If you have more experience or qualifications, these job opportunities open up:

  • Behaviour Support Advisor
  • Case Manager
  • Client Services Co-ordinator
  • Day Program Co-ordinator
  • Disability Advocate
  • Enrolled Nurse
  • NDIS Local Area Co-ordinator
  • NDIS Planner
  • Physiotherapist
  • Registered Nurse
  • Residential Co-ordinator
  • Rostering and Programs Planner
  • Service Access Co-ordinator
  • Social Educator
  • Speech Pathologist
  • Support Co-ordinator Career

My Aged Care – Home Care Careers with ADACSS

Aged care is a huge industry and it is expanding rapidly. Australia’s aged care workforce is expected to grow to over 800,000 by 2050, which means there are many, many opportunities for people to become involved.

Community care services support people to live with dignity and independence in their own homes and to avoid social isolation. These services are aimed at the elderly and those who have mental illness, disability or are otherwise disadvantaged.

AGED CARE entry-level job titles:

Assistant in Nursing
Home Care Worker
Lifestyle Assistant
Personal Care Assistant
Residential Care Worker
Undergraduate & Graduate Nurses
And as you progress your career, there are job opportunities like these:

  • Accommodation Manager
  • Aged Care Case Manager
  • Aged Services Manager
  • Clinical Manager
  • Customer Support Co-ordinator
  • Director of Nursing
  • General Manager Residential Services 
  • Home Care Co-ordinator
  • Home Care Packages Coordinator
  • Home Support Services Manager
  • Registered Nurse
  • Resident Administration Officer
  • Residence ManagerM

Allied Health Professional or Support Work Application Checklist

  • Current resume
  • CPR certificate
  • First aid certificate
  • National police check
  • 100 points identification
  • Visa or relevant documentation (if applicable)
  • Certificate III / IV in Aged Care, Disability, Community Services or equivalent
  • Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) or reference letter from current institution (if currently studying)

If applicable

  • Current working with children check
  • Car registration, comprehensive car insurance

How do I apply?