Current Vacancies


Community Support Workers

We have jobs for passionate people who want to work with children and adults with disability to help them realise their goals to live a good life. 

Amicus Community Services is a renowned Disability Support Provider, based in Bendigo and the Central Victorian region and has been in operation for the past 33 years.   If you are driven by working one person at a time to support participants.   If you want to help them develop valued roles and be included in their local communities then working with Amicus will meet your desires!   

You will join our team, a team that plays an important role ensuring participants, their families, volunteers and the community have the skills and understanding to help all our participants to live a good life.

Regardless of age and experience, we believe your life experience and community networks are your biggest asset in assisting with the delivery of our innovative services.

We actively seek people from differing business backgrounds, study and age groups, to fill the vast needs of our participants at differing times of the day, week and locations.  There are a number of positions that may suit, as we provide services during mornings, evenings, sleepover supports and weekends. 

 

 

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Team Leader Practioner

Are you passionate about helping others realise their goals and living their best life?

Through the provision of innovative support, Amicus Community Services promotes the active participation and growth of people with a disability of all ages and vulnerable youth within our community.  We believe we have an important role to play in assisting our community to understand the barriers for people who face disadvantage. Through active leadership Amicus seeks to support the community to respond differently. 

Amicus Community Services would like to announce an exciting opportunity with our organisation in the role of Team Leader. 

Based in Bendigo we are looking for an experienced Team Leader to join our friendly team. Some travel will be required to the Maryborough and Daylesford area as per team support needs.

Reporting to the Adult Services Manager, you will be responsible for providing support and advice to staff on how to help their participants achieve their goals, rostering, staff supervision, writing of outcome reports, managing incident reports and liaising with internal and external key stakeholders.

 

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We are always looking for people to join our growing Amicus team.
If you would like to stay up-to-date and hear about careers at Amicus, please register your interest below.

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Join Our Committee of Management

We’re looking for new committee members to be part of the incredible vision that is Amicus.
Amicus is actively pursuing “A community that welcomes everyone for who they are and what they bring” as we deliver our purpose to “Support people with a disability or are disadvantaged”.
We consistently demonstrate and project a solid financial record and service growth through innovative vision and internationally recognised leadership, striving to enhance the lives of the individuals that we represent.
We believe it is a privilege to be part of our participant’s lives, and are extremely proud of the organisation and employees that we represent and empower.
If you’re keen to contribute your acumen and governance experience to a positive organisation where you will be required to demonstrate:
• A willingness to put the participant at the centre of decision making
• A “can-do attitude” that often sees Amicus providing support when no-one else will
• An appetite to innovate and try new ideas
We openly welcome applications with Lived Experience and invite you to view our Committee of Management Prospectus and submit your interest to:
Ann-Maree Davis (CEO) adavis@amicus.org.au