Support Worker Jobs & Career Growth

If you’re an excellent communicator who shares our values and will be committed to empowering and supporting people with disability to reach their goals. If you’d like to make a positive difference in people’s lives, why not join the Yooralla team!

IMAGE: Client and their Disability Support Worker are smiling and waving, they are outdoors

If you’re looking for great work/life balance and a rewarding career supporting people with disability to live the lives they choose, then Disability Support work may be the career for you.

At Yooralla, you’ll have the opportunity to make a positive difference, supporting people at home and in the community to achieve their goals.

IMAGE: A Client and Disability Support worker are in the park talking and laughing

Getting Started

We have DSW roles accross Victoria supporting clients in a variety of settings. View our open vacancies to find the right position for you. 

4 reasons to join our disability support team!

1. Make meaningful connections and contribute to your local community. 


2. The ultimate work/life balance 


3. The support of other likeminded teammates and a large, established organisation 


4. We offer a competitive hourly salary


There are actually more than 4 reasons to join us!

More about working at Yooralla

More about working at Yooralla

Yooralla has work available in different settings, and each option comes with its own benefits.

Hear from our employees!

Dont just take it from us - Sue and Rachel have shared their experience of what it's like to work as a Disability Support Worker at Yooralla.

Are you wanting overnight shifts so you can study or be with your kids during the day? Would you like to get out and about and enjoy fun outings in the community? 

Find out more about the types of work available.

Image: Yooralla Disability Support worker, Sue, on the puffing billy

"Being a mum made me better at my job" - Sue's story

Sue Pearce has worked as a Disability Support Worker at Yooralla for just over four years. Sue said the flexibility of hours and her experience with children is what initially attracted her to the role.

Image: Rachel a Disability Support worker smiling

Rachel's story

Rachel has been a disability support worker part-time with Yooralla for the past three years, but says her involvement with Yooralla goes back as long as she can remember.

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