Community Support Workers | West Wyalong

Kurrajong

We are seeking casual community support workers to provide supports to our clients in West Wyalong.

Community Support Workers | West Wyalong

Kurrajong is looking for keen and enthusiastic Community Support Workers to work within our Supported Living team in West Wyalong.

At Kurrajong Supported Living you will be supporting adults with disability to live in one of our many group homes. The position may include shift work and weekend work.

As a Kurrajong Community Support Worker you will assist our clients in their daily lives and provide them with support to live a life of their choice.

Do you have what we are looking for?


- A fun and positive attitude
- A good communicator
- The ability to work flexible hours
- The ability to work independently and problem solve
- Experience in supporting people with disability
- Drivers licence and use of own car as required
- Current Senior First Aid Certificate
- Current Working with Children Check
- Willingness to undergo a National Criminal History Check prior to employment (to be paid for by Kurrajong)
- Willingness to complete the NDIS Worker Orientation Module – ‘Quality, Safety and You’ prior to employment.
- A Certificate in Individual Support / Disability or a relevant discipline (Desirable)

About Kurrajong


We are a leading disability service provider in the Riverina Murray region, and have been established for 62 years. As a registered NDIS provider we are experiencing significant growth in demand for supports and services offered to children, adolescents and adults with a disability.

Interested?

Contact Deanne Bolesta on 0427 537 920 or email dbolesta@kurrajong.com.au to discuss.

To Apply:
Please apply online via our website www.kurrajong.com.au/careers and provide a current resume and covering letter addressing why you would like to be considered for the role and which location you prefer to work in.

Applications will be considered as they come in.

Our Vision - To create open, accessible and inclusive communities for all people.