All Anglicare staff require a national Police certificate
The purpose of a national police record check (NPRC) assessment is to determine if the applicant is a fit and proper person in that the person:
- Is capable of providing an adequate standard or care in relation to Anglicare services.
- Understands the needs of consumers, customers and their children when applicable.
- Is of good character and is suitable to be entrusted with the care of consumers, employment, placement or volunteering with Anglicare.
If you do not have an up-to-date registration, then click here to apply.
If you would like to have your ID certified, click here for instructions.
Working with Vulnerable People Registration
Anglicare is committed to the safety and protection of vulnerable people, including all children and young people, who are involved in our activities, services and programs.
If you do not have an up-to-date registration, then click here to register.
Pre-employment medical assessment
Anglicare is committed to providing employees and volunteers with a working environment that is safe for them. All employees and volunteers are required to undertake a medical assessment prior to commencing employment.
Where it is identified that current employees or volunteers are at risk of injury, Anglicare may require a further medical assessment at any time.
Anglicare will cover the cost of the medical assessment.
Click here for more information.