Current Vacancies


Community Support Workers

We have many new opportunities to work one person at a time with children and adults with a disability so they can live a good life and be actively involved in our community.
We are seeking applicants who are passionate about human rights, have formal qualifications in community services or have completed your first year of university in either teaching, nursing or health sciences and have good availability including mornings, evenings, sleepover supports and weekends.
If you are interested in working ‘one person at a time’, are able to work flexibly and have qualifications in disability or a related field please attend an information session to find out more.
When: Tuesday 2 March 2021, 5pm
Where: Bendigo (register your interest to obtain the location)
Please register your attendance for the information session by phoning Kim on 03 5441 2666 or emailing – admin@amicus.org.au
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Community Support Worker information
We are always looking for people to join our growing Amicus team.
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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