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Disability Support Worker Jobs

Become a Support Worker with At Home Care

Whether you’re new to disability support or looking to elevate your skills in specialised care, you’re better off At Home.

View our Positions Vacant or keep scrolling to discover what a rewarding career in care looks like.

What does being a Disability Support Worker look like?

The role of a Disability Support Worker (also known as a Support Worker or Carer) is a special one.

Our team of Support Workers provides day-to-day assistance to adults and children living with disabilities. They support them in living independently, help them work toward their goals, and discover new passions. When your job is to give someone the freedom to live life how they choose, each day is different—and there’s plenty of fun to be had along the way!

Each of our clients has goals they would like to achieve, which can be as diverse as learning to make a delicious meal, going bowling, getting a job, or improving their fitness. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing your clients progress towards their goals. Most of our Support Workers work closely with the same people, so you get to know them well and celebrate their progress.

While many of the adults and children we support need assistance with physical tasks such as getting in and out of bed, showering, and getting ready for the day, others may need assistance processing information and accessing the community.

At Home Care Support Workers enjoy flexible and consistent working hours and locations, in a growing industry with full training, 24/7 support, and benefit from a growing industry with opportunities for career progression and ongoing development.


Ready to apply? View our Support Worker Jobs in WA, QLD and VIC.

New to disability support?

You’ll feel right At Home in no time! When you become a Support Worker with At Home Care in Perth, Bunbury, Busselton, Geelong, Melbourne, Brisbane or anywhere in the states, you will complete a hands-on, paid two-day induction with one of our experienced in-house trainers. You will also complete client-specific clinical training and buddy shifts to help you get to know your clients and their care needs and preferences.

When you start working with At Home Care, you will be mentored by our Learning and Development Team. Once established with a client’s team, you will be guided and mentored by an Engagement Coordinator, who will support you daily and assist you in achieving your professional development goals.

For every shift, you will have access to 24/7 clinical on-call support, so if you are ever unsure about a situation or an aspect of someone’s care, the clinical team is only a phone call away.

Ready to apply? Click here to view our Positions Vacant.

Why choose At Home Care

As a Support Worker with At Home Care, you will benefit from:

  • Flexible shifts and consistent working hours
  • Paid in-house training
  • The opportunity to develop specialised skills and increase your earning capacity
  • Paid study assistance
  • The challenge and reward of supporting someone with complex care needs
  • 24/7 clinical on-call support
  • A dedicated Carer Development Facilitator to help you progress in your career
  • Being part of a fun team who put people first

Ready to apply? Click here to view our Positions Vacant.

Grow your career with At Home Care

We help you grow towards your goals with access to paid training, opportunities for career progression and mentoring from our industry-leading team.

As an At Home Care Support Worker, you can upskill with additional in-house training and continue to learn and grow while increasing your earning capacity. We offer specialist training in:

  • Bowel, Bladder and Dysreflexia
  • PEG Management
  • Acquired Brain Injury
  • Ventilator and Tracheostomy management
  • Suction and Cough Assist
  • Manual Handling
  • Dysphagia
  • CPR and First Aid

At Home Care will pay for your training and cover the cost of any applicable training fees, such as the renewal of your CPR training.

Get paid while you study

The flexible hours offered to Support Workers enable you to work and earn around your study times. The skills and experience you learn as a Support Worker enhance your employability and provide real-world experience for a broader career in the healthcare sector.

There are also options to complete the practical components of your study through At Home Care – meaning you would be paid during your practical placement.

We encourage you to develop your skills and complete formal qualifications for support work, including a workplace-based Certificate III in Individual Support Traineeship (Disability) and nursing careers, by offering paid study assistance for accredited qualifications. To find out if your qualification is eligible, get in touch with our friendly Learning and Development team.

If you’re ready to apply, head to our Positions Vacant page.

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