Melbourne, Victoria

Looking for support worker jobs in Melbourne?

If you have a genuine passion for helping others and want to make a difference, we can help you get work!

We are registered NDIS providers who provide staff to private individuals in-home, as well as support services to government agencies and the private sector, including as in-home support services for the elderly and our veteran’s community.

Get in touch for part-time, casual and full-time roles in Melbourne as a:

  • Support worker

  • Disability support worker

  • Domestic assistant

It’s as easy as calling us on 1300 769 155 for a chat, or you can apply online.  

Apply for support work


Where will I be working?

You will be working in the community, either in client’s homes, or at aged care facilities or other residential facilities. In Victoria we also assist our veteran community, where the Veterans’ Home Care (VHC) program funds practical help at home so they can continue to live independently.

Why join our community?

Need some reasons to join our community? Besides making a massive difference to people’s lives we give you:

  • Flexibility in rostering to work around your schedule

  • Competitive hourly rates + weekly pay

  • Casual and permanent roles, full or part-time

  • Training & development opportunities (including free access to our online training)

  • Ongoing support from our clinical team anytime you need help or guidance

  • Mileage reimbursement when travelling between clients

Join our team!

Now you know what we offer, here is what to expect from the job.


What will I be doing day-to-day?

When it comes to support work, variety is definitely the spice of life!

Each client will have different needs, but one of your main responsibilities is to socialise with them and be a companion and friend. This includes chatting and interacting with them and providing emotional support. These interactions can have a positive impact on a client's mental health and overall well-being.

You will also have to take care of daily chores like general cleaning, housekeeping, and cooking. Many clients will also need help with personal care tasks such as showering, shaving and getting dressed. Transport could also be an important part of your job, driving clients to medical appointments, events in the community, or grocery shopping.



What's required to do this role?

Need to know what boxes you have to tick?

  • You must have or be willing to obtain a Police Check, Working With Children Check (WWCC), NDIS Workers Check and First Aid Certificate
  • Proof of identity (100 points)
  • Many roles will also require you own, or have access to a registered and insured car, to transport clients to medical appointments and social activities in the community.
  • You need to be willing to travel between client homes throughout your shift
  • Some roles require a second language, so if you speak Arabic, Mandarin or Vietnamese that will be a big help.

Alliance Community Melbourne

Want to learn more or have a chat? Call our friendly team today on 1300 769 155

Suite 2, Level 3, Building 3/630 Mitcham Rd Mitcham, 3132