Employment Opportunities


As a fast growing, multi-disciplined organisation, we are always looking for the best and brightest to join our team. Our staff go beyond their everyday duties in all aspects of their employment and are committed to making a difference to people with a disability and their families. The recent introduction of our new training program guarantees all staff are trained and qualified to ensure that your experience with TAG5 is satisfying and memorable. Our team not only respects but honors all people and your involvement with TAG5 will attest to this. Our values and morals are our greatest asset and our sincere thanks is extended to all our staff who make such an incredible difference to so many people's lives.

 

Support Workers

TAG5 support workers provide assistance to people with intellectual and multiple disabilities in their own homes and communities, with a focus on assisting individuals:

  • With daily living activities
  • To achieve their goals
  • To access and participate in the community

To be a support worker, you must be able to work as part of a 7 day roster, including evening, sleepover and weekend shifts (additional allowances and loadings apply), have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, a current drivers licence & car, CPR & first aid certificate (or a willingness to obtain one) and the ability to be a team player. Experience providing personal care is desirable.

We encourage applications from all members of the community, including people from indigenous, linguistically and culturally diverse backgrounds and mature aged people.

All applicants will be required to gain a Working With Children Check (Blue Card, Yellow Card and a Federal Police Check).

If you are interested in giving back to your community and making a difference, please contact us.