From time to time Carinbundi has opportunities for employment in the Disability Sector.  A brief outline of each position available follows, with links to the relevant position description.
This information is provided to ensure you understand the requirements for working in this service should one of the following positions be advertised.

To successfully apply for a vacant position, send your cover letter, resume, and selection criteria to carinbundi@carinbundi.com.au

For more information on how to address selection criteria, please refer to the link below.

Read our Employment Application Guide »

Any positions which are being advertised, or require filling, will appear below.

 

Current Positions Vacant

We are currently recruiting for various positions:

House Co-ordinators:

The role of the House Co-ordinator is to support and assist people with disabilities, in a range of personal care and/or support tasks relevant to our customers' full participation in the community.  They are responsible for the supervision and direct actions of our Support Workers working at each individual house location, under their authority and control.  For more information click on the link below...  

House Co-ordinator Residential Services Position Description

 

Support Worker

The Support Worker role is responsible for providing high quality, professional support and assistance to customers of Carinbundi, with disabilities. The role will assist with a range of personal care and support tasks relevant to the customer’s full participation in the community. For more information click on the link below....

Download Position Description

 

Volunteers
Carinbundi is looking for caring individuals who would like to volunteer as part of our 'Volunteer Program'.  The role involves assisting with a range of personal care and support tasks revelant to our customers' full participation in the community.  For more information click on the link below....

Download Volunteer Position Description

Interested in Joining Carinbundi?
Working in the Disability Sector

It is often difficult to know whether or not you would be suited to a particular occupation.

There are many qualities required to effectively and ethically support people with a disability. These qualities can often be gained from different fields of work and life experiences. Age and maturity can often be an advantage and men still seem to be under represented in this field of work.

While it may be true that supporting people with a disabiltiy can be challenging, it is also true that the work will often produce a silver lining.

If you think you would be interested, check out the "Employment Opportunities" section of this site for more information on the types of roles possible in this organisation.

Any positions which are being advertised or require filling will appear in the Positions Vacant area.