Work with us
At Accept Care, we know that our team is our greatest asset.
We are always looking for people who:
- are passionate about helping others,
- have a positive, upbeat attitude,
- hold good interpersonal skills,
- are proficient in English, and
- have some experience in caring for other people and are willing to learn
A role with Accept Care could see you making a positive difference in the lives of older people and people living with disability and/or mental illness in the community.
Could you think of a more rewarding career?
Below are our current opportunities. Please click on each role to find out more about the role, and how to apply.
If you are passionate about supporting people to live their best life, we want to hear from you!
Why choose Accept Care?
At Accept Care, we are committed to our core values of honesty, compassion, accountability, respect and excellence in everything that we do. We strive to continue to develop a positive organisational culture that models these core values, to create a rewarding, fun and exciting place to work.
When you work with us at Accept Care, you become a part of a great team. A team that is collaborative, supportive and people-focused – as part of our dedication to helping our people to grow with us.
You tell us when you want to work. Plan your work hours to fit with your lifestyle.
We know it’s important to have professional goals, and we want to help you achieve them. We offer our staff career pathways, and provide training and education programs across a wide range of areas.
We value our people and want to make sure you are properly rewarded.
24/7 staff support.
We have dedicated care coordinators who are not only there for our clients, but for our staff too. We understand that our people are the heart of our organisation, and sometimes they need a little extra support.
Who are we looking for?
m,,,Demand is increasing for aged care and disability services, which means we are expanding, and regularly seek new people to join our team. We have a range of roles available, and welcome applications for any role at any time.
Some of the roles regularly available at Accept Care include:
- Registered and enrolled nurses
- Allied health professionals (physiotherapists, occupational therapists, podiatrists and more)
- Home care workers (Cert. 3 or 4 mandatory)
- Domestic assistants
- Home and garden maintenance staff
- Customer service, administration staff and more!
All of our employees, no matter what role they are in, must have:
- A national police clearance within the past 12 months
- A valid SA driver’s license and roadworthy vehicle
- Compliant immunisation screening
- The right to work in Australia
In addition, all staff who have face-to-face contact with our clients (ie. all roles except customer service and administration staff), must have:
- DCSI Working with Children clearance
- NDIS Worker screening
- DCSI Aged Care clearance
Finally – our nurses, allied health professionals and home care workers, who are directly involved in caring for our clients, must also hold current certification in:
- First Aid and CPR
- Manual Handling
Our Home Care Workers must have a Certificate 3 or 4 in Individual Support (Aged Care, NDIS or both), allied health professionals need to have current AHPRA registration, and nurses must be enrolled or registered.
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Meet our team
At Accept Care, we have an experienced, caring and dedicated team – all working together to improve the lives of our clients. When you join us, we focus on ensuring you are supported from day one. Meet a few of our team, and find out why they choose to work at Accept Care.
I have a Bachelor in Applied Social Science (Counselling) and am currently studying towards a Masters in Social Work. I am passionate about empowering people to take control of their mental health, and providing them with a range of tools and strategies to manage their own wellbeing.
NDIS Support Coordinator
I have a Certificate IV in Disability and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies. I work with people living with a disability or mental health issues to help them access mainstream supports, advocating for them where they are not able to independently. I have a passion for supporting people to meet their goals and build their capacity and independence to do things they enjoy without the barriers they can often experience.
I am a physiotherapist with more than 24 years’ experience, and I manage Accept Care’s Allied Health Unit. In our unit, we become involved with clients who have mobility or movement restrictions, are at risk of falls or experience persistent pain related to movement. I find it so rewarding helping older adults and people with a disability to live more independent and fulfilling lives.