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Since commencing my employment with Interchange 13 years ago, I have had the pleasure of seeing firsthand the contribution that our organisation has made to the lives of the people we support. – Brett Bradley, Community Engager

Current available positions

Our awesome staff bring passion and commitment to their vital roles. No two days are ever the same and supporting people can at times be challenging, but it is always rewarding. If you connect with our Values, have a great personality and want to work for an organisation making a difference, then we want to hear from you

Support Worker – Female, Experienced

Interchange is seeking a number of dedicated and experienced female Support Workers to work with a 26-year-old female living in Thornlie. The support given is 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

The customer has an acquired brain injury (ABI) and is looking for female only support, to maintain independent living. You are required to provide compassionate support by helping the individual with daily living, personal care and hygiene, positive behaviour support and participation in the community.

You will be a part of a dynamic team that can work autonomously and can demonstrate initiative, good leadership skills and problem-solving ability. Support workers must have knowledge of the National Disability Service Standards and experience in the disability sector, especially around mental health and recovery.

Interested? Find out more HERE

Lead Support Worker – Mental Health Recovery

Interchange is seeking a dedicated and experienced Lead Support Worker to provide leadership and mentoring support for other Support Workers, working in complex support teams.

This role will be providing direct support to people using a recovery based approach to help achieve their goals. Supporting and supervising teams to develop and maintain quality services. Liaising with families and key stakeholders as required.

Details: This position is currently a minimum of 30.4 hours (0.8 FTE) per week with availability to work Monday to Friday (6.00 am – 8.00 pm) essential, including occasional evenings and weekends. Located in the North Central area with flexibility to travel within the greater metropolitan area are essential for further consideration.

Interested? Find out more HERE

Finance Manager

Leading a team of 4 Administration assistants, the Finance Manager will be responsible for the overall financial reporting of the company including budget, forecast, Monthly Accounts and Management of the NDIS claiming function. Reporting to the Executive Manager Support Services, you will provide the key business and financial insights to allow for strategic decision making by the executive team.

Details: This position will be employed at a Level 7/8 of the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010 (the “Modern Award”) and conditions under the National Employment Standards (“NES”).

For a copy of the Position Description please email

For more information or a confidential discussion about this position, please contact Annette Frazer, Executive Manager Support Services (08) 9329 9399.

Interested? Find out more HERE

Administration Assistant

As a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider we require administrative support for our Finance and People and Culture Teams to assist with responding to changes in service agreements, service bookings, service delivery, invoicing and claiming for payments. The successful applicant will have good communication, customer service and attention to detail.


  • Location: Maddington
  • 12 months fixed term contract (with the possibility for extension)
  • Monday to Friday – 1.0 FTE (78 hours a fortnight)
  • Immediate Start

Interested? Find out more HERE

Support Worker

Interchange is experiencing a period of ongoing organisational growth and is seeking a number of Support Workers in permanent part-time positions or for our Casual Staff Pool. You will be supporting people to achieve their individual goals and outcomes through providing support to people within their own homes, by helping to facilitate community inclusion and to develop their capacity.

Location: Various neighbourhoods in Perth Metro and Peel region
Availability: Monday to Friday (6.00 am – 8.00 pm), including occasional evenings and weekends, and the flexibility to travel within the greater metropolitan area are essential

Successful candidates will have:

  • Certificate III or IV in Disability or a minimum of 2 years Disability experience
  • WA ‘C’ class driver’s licence (international licences will NOT be considered)
  • Suitable, reliable vehicle
  • Australian residency or an unrestricted work visa.
  • Current CPR and First Aid Certificate
  • Current National Police Clearance (within last 3 months)


To apply, please forward a current Resume and a Cover Letter that outlines your suitability for the role to:

Host Arrangements

A Host Arrangement is a living arrangement where a host welcomes a person with disability to live in their home and be part of their lives either on a full time or short break (respite) basis. They provide a safe, stable and nurturing home environment.

The host may be a single person, couple or family. Each Host Arrangement is unique according to the person’s and the host’s circumstances.

Through living in a natural home environment and sharing lives with the host, the person experiences an enhanced sense of connection and belonging in their community.

Are you interested in becoming a host? Simply download the Host Agreement Information Sheet and Contact Us if you have any further questions. We are happy to help!