Work in Acquired Injury Support with Anglicare

We are seeking Casual Disability Support Workers to work with Acquired Injury Community Support clients on the East Coast.

The role will suit people who already have the experience and qualifications to work in the sector.

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Apply now

You can view the position description and apply online

Apply for Disability Support Worker position on the East Coast here


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You can email our HR team on

Or if you prefer to speak with someone you can ring Hannah Knowles on 0460 622 591


Download PDF Brochure

We have a brochure containing all of this information in PDF format that you can download HERE

What are some of the job benefits?

  • Generous above award pay
  • Penalty rates for weekend shifts
  • A range of rostered shifts available (morning, afternoon and night)
  • On-the-job training provided
  • Opportunity to study a Certificate III in Individual Support while working in the industry
  • Rewarding work environment
  • Salary packaging (Anglicare is a not-for profit which means that you can reduce the amount of tax you pay so that you receive more income)

What does a support worker do?

The day-to-day job of a support worker is built around the needs of the person you are supporting.  It is full of variety and can include helping them to carry out daily tasks such as:

  • personal care (showering, grooming and dressing)
  • medication administration
  • meal preparation
  • manual handling
  • transport
  • purchases
  • record keeping and reporting.

It can also include supporting a person to stay connected with their friends, family and the community, learn new skills or pursue their personal interests and hobbies.

What are the minimum requirements?

All Anglicare employees must have the following or will to get:

  • Australian Residency status or valid Australian working rights
  • Current provisional or full Australian Driver’s Licence and an insured, reliable motor vehicle
  • Current Tasmanian Working with Vulnerable People registration
  • National Police Check (Working with Vulnerable People registration)
  • COVID-19 vaccination