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Posted 05 May 2017

We offer more than jobs here at Australian Home Care Services.  Enjoy a rewarding career with us.

We’re serious about making Australian Home Care Services a great place to work. You can progress your career with us while enjoying the rewarding experience of making a real difference to the thousands of Australians we work alongside.

We offer skills funded qualifications, secondment opportunities, training, online learning and study assistance.

We also provide an Employee Assistance Program to support our staff, whatever challenges life brings. The free, confidential and professional counselling service is available to all staff and their immediate families.

Maintaining a great work culture makes for happy staff, so you’ll find a work environment where communication and collaboration, innovation and a respect for diversity are among the values we foster at Australian Home Care Services.

We also know how to value our staff. Our salary packaging arrangements and employee benefits, allowing lifestyle discounts to retail and entertainment options, rounds out the ways we make Australian Home Care Services a rewarding place to work in more ways than one.

Shaylee, one of our Support Workers, says of her career with us: “AHCS has been a fantastic workplace to help me re-enter the workforce after time off. They offer support, flexibility, and allow you to work independently.  Supporting clients is the main goal for AHCS and that's why I enjoy working with this company.”

Job vacancies in Victoria and New South Wales come up regularly. Find out more about joining our bunch here:

You can also read about the easy steps to joining our team: from the online application process, interviews, what happens when you’re offered a position and the orientation process when you commence your new role.

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