Make a difference in someone's life – choose a career in disability.

Be part of a workforce that provides high-quality services to people with disability to live the life they want.

A career in disability offers a wide range of roles to grow your career and make a difference to the lives of people with disability.

If you share the vision of high quality, safe services to support people with disability, there are job opportunities for you.

About disability work

Disability work is about supporting a person with disability to:

  • take part in daily life activities
  • choose their own community activities
  • achieve their goals.

Who we’re looking for

There are lots of ways to get into the disability sector and there are jobs available right now. You don’t need a qualification to start many of these jobs. People find success in entry-level support roles by bringing their varied life experiences, professional expertise and people skills.

Many employers provide on-the-job training or you may choose to do further study to strengthen your skills and progress to more advanced positions.

There’s a role for you

Choose the role that suits you from the wide range on offer, including but not limited to:

  • Disability support worker
  • Allied health professional
  • Allied health assistant
  • Local Area Coordinator and Planner
  • Administration and management roles

Explore these roles and others on the Disability Careers - Work that matters website.


Careers that make a difference

Explore more careers in the community services sector.