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Make a Positive Impact, Build Lasting Friendships With NDIS Support Workers

If you are considering a career in disability care in Brisbane,  Logan,  the Gold Coast,  the Tweed Coast,  Byron Shire,  Coffs Harbour, Maitland, or Gawler, we’d love to hear from you. We’re also looking for disability support workers in our other locations, including Hunter Valley, Adelaide, and Coffs Harbour.

We at United Disability are looking for special individuals who are willing to dedicate themselves to the people in their care and understand the requirements of the profession and the disability sector.

If you enjoy giving back to your community, working with a close-knit team and helping people with disabilities lead fulfilling lives, we could provide you with the career opportunity you’ve been looking for.

Our friendly, compassionate team will support you in your career progression at United Disability.

To find out more about our disability job vacancies, or make an application, don’t hesitate to contact us today. You can email us or call 1300 454 850. Prospective employees must be COVID-19 vaccinated.

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Our Disability Support Worker Career Benefits

Here are just a few examples of the career benefits you can enjoy when working for United Disability.

  • Salary packaging options to maximise your earnings
  • Access to extensive on-the-job training for professional growth
  • Achieve work-life balance with flexibility and rewards
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) providing counseling and support
  • Employee discounts at a wide range of retail stores
  • Opportunities to upskill and progress your career
  • UDC learning academy to help develop your expertise
  • Permanent part-time or casual rosters to fit your lifestyle
  • Flexible working agreements to customise your schedule
  • Rotation through different services to gain diverse experience
  • Foster teamwork and communication through team-building activities
  • Mental health services

Get in touch today to find out more.

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Disability Support Worker Career Pathways & Developments

Join a company that allows you to enrich the lives of the people with a disability and be part of our extended United Disability Care family, as you build your rewarding career within the Disability Industry. United Disability Care have a range of career pathways including:

  • Disability Support Worker
  • Service Leaders
  • Mental Health Support Worker
  • Team Leaders and Service Coordinator
  • Managerial positions
  • Registered Nurse
  • Behavioural Support Specialist

If you are interested in joining United Disability, we’d love to hear from you. Get in touch today.

The Ideal NDIS Support Worker Candidate

We are looking for reliable people to join our experienced and caring professional team. We know that working in the disability sector requires a special kind of person and everyone who is part of our team plays a critical role in the lives of the people and families we support.

At United Disability Care, we need people that are passionate about providing excellent care and service to the people we support.

  • Are you a person that gets fulfilment out of giving back you to your community?
  • Are you dedicated to your work and can work productively as part of a team?
  • Can you support in a way that allows each person to be in charge of their own life?

Yes! Then we want to talk to you!

Our employees embody our company Mission, Values and Vision to provide the utmost care to our clients, in return, we are dedicated to our employees’ well-being and careers, offering an array of learning and development opportunities. United Disability Care is always looking for bright, kind and enthusiastic people to join our team (COVID-19 Vaccination required). We are committed to providing a great work environment as well as offering plenty of opportunities to progress your career. Plus, experience is not needed for all roles as we value life and lived experience. 

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Why Support Workers Love What They Do?

Many people find that they get enormous job satisfaction from making a positive difference – and that’s exactly what disability support workers do every single time they work a shift. Whether you’re a nurse, support worker or manager, you’re empowering clients to live their best lives.

Additionally, no two days are the same – you’ll be working with people to enable them to live their lives independently and do whatever they want to do – from accompanying clients to social outings, sporting opportunities, assisting with activities of daily living, or simply providing company and support, every day brings fresh opportunities and challenges.

Becoming a support worker gives you the opportunity to acquire vital people skills that greatly enhance your employability. You’ll also learn transferable skills such as planning, organising, budgeting and more. This is a hands-on role where you’re working directly with the people we support – if you’re a people person, a support worker has the potential to be your dream job!

Not only is there plenty of variety in the role, but there’s also plenty of opportunity for part-time work, shifts to fit in with your other commitments. An ideal way to obtain a work-life balance.

Why Become a Disability Support Worker At United Disability?

We Provide Unrivalled Support & Training

At United Disability, we understand that our support workers are the backbone of our service. We value your input and are aware of the enormous contribution you make to the successes the people we support enjoy. We also believe that talk is cheap – we don’t just say our support workers are valued, we invest heavily in support and training to ensure they have the skills and backup necessary to do their job.

We Prioritise Proactive Management & Employee Well-Being

We understand that, at times, the job can be stressful and challenging. That’s why we prioritise proactive management and employee well-being, doing everything we can to ensure workers are well supported at every stage of their time with us. We offer flexible working patterns that can be tailored to meet your existing commitments – if you want to work part-time, full-time or varied hours, we do all we can to try and accommodate those needs. We also rotate workers through different areas and aspects of work. This helps to keep your role interesting and provides fresh opportunities for employee development.

Competitive Salary with Employee Benefits & On-The-Job Training

In addition to a competitive salary, we also offer a selection of employee benefits. We offer on-the-job training, as well as additional training and development opportunities to enable our employees to progress their careers as they wish.

Our Support Workers Are Compassionate, Friendly & Committed

The most important qualities our support workers need to have is a compassionate, friendly disposition and a commitment to supporting every client to live the life they want. If you haven’t worked in this field before, but have these qualities, we’ll be delighted to provide you with the training needed to shine in the support worker role.

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