A fulfilling career helping others, with a flexible schedule and supportive environment.

Join a team of over 100 support workers, carrying out our mission of assisting people with support needs to increase their skills, maximise their independence and improve their quality of life. Work in a residential setting, help facilitate our day program, or assist with daily living activities and community participation.

“I have been working for Ability Assist for 2 years. In this time I have been given the support, guidance and encouragement to become a house supervisor. Ability Assist treats all staff like we are one big family. The best thing about working for Ability Assist is they really care for each and every client, no matter the circumstances.”

Tracey Tangey - child and youth support worker

What makes Ability Assist different?

  • We celebrate diversity, and we walk our talk. Our team is currently made up of people from over 23 different nationalities, and individuals of all ages, genders, religions, sexual orientations and education levels. As an organisation, we are greatly enriched by this vast collective of varied life experiences, and believe it is a driving factor in the quality of our work. It is also reflective of the way we are able to accept, connect and relate to a wide range of clients.
  • We nurture our team members, helping them to grow by providing continued training to enhance your skills and further your career.
  • We encourage transparency and open communication, so you can feel 100% comfortable discussing any concerns with management.

“I am so appreciative of the wealth of learning experiences Ability Assist has given me over the last 5 years. I was able to advance from Residential Youth Worker to House Supervisor, and am continually given new opportunities to grow my skills and knowledge.

The thing I appreciate most is the respect and tolerance they have for their staff, irrespective of colour, race, ethnicity, sex or religious beliefs. The workplace culture is great and there is no communication barrier between my managers and I. I am so happy to be a part of Ability Assist.”

Ahmed Barrie, Child and Youth Support Worker
We are always on the lookout for people who are passionate about empowering those with support needs to live fuller lives. If you are professional, confident and have a positive approach to change, check out our current opportunities here.
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