Disability Services Australia (DSA)

DSA is one of Australias largest and most respected providers of employment and community support services for people with a disability, providing support for more than 1300 people.

We focus on meeting individual needs and achieving positive outcomes.

Our purpose: to enhance the lives of people with a disability.
Our vision: to be universally recognised as a disability service of choice, growing with diversity and strength.

Disability Services Australia is one of Australias largest and most respected providers of employment and community support services for people with a disability. From our early beginnings in 1956, employing seven people with a disability, we have grown to become a leader in the disability field.

At Disability Services Australia our focus is on achieving positive outcomes for people with a disability. We provide a range of options to suit all requirements.

From transition to work programs for school leavers, to assistance in the home, to support in an open employment environment - we have the programs and expertise to help people with a disability achieve their own goals. And we provide for changing needs as people grow and learn.

Our services include:
Everyone has the right to develop and work toward reaching their own goals and to get the most out of life - a career with Disability Services Australia gives you the opportunity to help others achieve this.

DSA employs more than 400 skilled staff in a variety of positions. We offer interesting and rewarding jobs, training to further develop your skills, career opportunities, and a supportive working environment.

Community Support Services Career Opportunities

Due to ongoing growth, DSA is continuing to recruit direct Support Workers to join our Community Support Services teams in the greater Sydney area, the Southern Highlands, and Queanbeyan.

Working in Community Support Services involves great variety - no two days are ever the same. You may do everything from supporting a person with a disability to cook a meal, develop a new skill, prepare for work, assist with personal care, or participate in community activities.

Lifestyle Support Workers

Lifestyle Support Workers provide assistance to people with intellectual and multiple disabilities in their own homes and communities, with a focus on assisting individuals:
To be a Lifestyle Support Worker, you must be able to to work as part of a 7 day roster, including evening, sleepover and weekend shifts (additional allowances and loadings apply), excellent interpersonal and communication skills, a current drivers licence & car, first aid certificate (or a willingness to obtain one) and the ability to be a team player. Experience providing personal care is desirable.

To apply, or for further information, contact Des Milligan on 8709 0934 or email your resume via the contact button below.

Day Options Support Worker

Day Options Support Woerks provide direct support, focusing on Monday to Friday during business hours, to people with disability within our Day Options programme. Day Options support workers assist people with intellectual and multiple disabilities to;
To be a Day Options Support Worker, you must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, a car & current drivers licence, first aid certificate (or a willingness to obtain one) and the ability to be a team player are essential. Previous related experience is desirable.


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