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.
Roster / Scheduler
The purpose of this role involves providing efficient and effective scheduling services to Neighbourhood Teams by creating and maintaining rosters to ensure they are appropriately staffed to achieve quality services to the people we support.
Location: Maddington Head Office
Fixed Term: 12 months (with the possibility for extension); Monday to Friday – 1.0 FTE (78 hours a fortnight); Immediate Start
Interested? Find out more HERE
Interchange is experiencing a period of ongoing organisational growth and is seeking a number of Support Workers for our Casual Staff Pool. Support workers are responsible for providing support to customers by helping to facilitate community inclusion and assisting customers to gain independence.
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: email@example.com
A Host Arrangement is a living arrangement where a host welcomes a person with a disability to live in their home and to be part of their lives. The host’s home may be the person’s primary residence, or the person may come for occasional short- stays providing support to the person with their daily life activities and care as required.
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.