Job Vacancy – Experienced Support Worker (WA)

We are looking for a male Support Worker for a person based in Midland, WA.

You’re the person we’ve been looking for!

Here’s why you should join us:

  • Finish your day happy, knowing you have made a difference
  • Be supported by a passionate and dedicated local team and focus on providing the best care for your clients
  • Less bureaucracy, hierarchy, politics and barriers to doing good work
  • You are valued for what you do and are given generous opportunities and support to advance your skills and career
  • You are trusted and have the autonomy to make decisions on how to provide the best support and care to your clients
  • You are remunerated well for the work that you do
To apply for this position please submit your resume and a cover letter to or call 1800 292 273 for further information.


  • Minimum of Certificate III in Disability (or equivalent)
  • Experience working with people with complex needs
  • Commitment to human rights-based, person-centred support practices
  • Experience with positive behaviour support practices
  • Can remain calm when faced with inappropriate or challenging behaviour
  • Australian driver’s licence
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check
  • First Aid certificate incl. CPR
  • Full Australian working rights

About the Service Provider:
Neighbourhood Care is the Australian branch of the Dutch homecare provider Buurtzorg ( which started in the Netherlands in 2007 and is now the biggest provider, with over 15,000 staff. We differentiate ourselves by our holistic person-centred approach provided by qualified, well-trained permanent employees who work in self-managed teams to a maximum of 10 – 12, in their local neighbourhoods.

Employer Questions:
Your application will address the following questions –

  • Do you have full rights to work in Australia?
  • How many years experience do you have working with people with disability?
  • Do you have a current Working with Children check?
  • Do you have a current Australian Driver’s licence?
  • Do you have a qualification in disability or equivalents?
  • Do you have fluent English language skills?
  • Do you own or have access to a car to transport people?