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Carers WA values its dedicated and skilled employees and aims to create a flexible, supportive, family-friendly, and carer-friendly workplace.

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Carers WA actively supports diversity and inclusion and we encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, LGBTQIA+ people, carers and people with disability to apply.  If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application.

Current vacancies:

Advocacy Support Officer

This role builds relationships with other advocacy services and works 1:1 with carers, providing high quality support and information to carers who require advocacy and representation due to the complexities of their caring role, including representing and supporting the carer at reviews, tribunals and hearings. For more information or to apply, please email hr@carerswa.asn.au.

Work, Health and Safety (WHS) & Facilities Officer

This postition is responsible for ensuring the organisation meets its legislative and regulatory obligations and supports a safe and healthy workplace. Additionally, the role is responsible for facilities co-ordination to ensure building maintenance, refurbishments and modifications are delivered efficiently and safely.For more information or to apply, please email hr@carerswa.asn.au.

Community Engagement Officer

The position is responsible for the strategic planning and implementation of community and sector engagement to enhance participation in Carers WA services, programs and projects. This includes developing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders and delivering information through a variety of platforms to raise awareness of carers and the range of services Carers WA provides. Find out more…

Communications Officer

The Communications Officer leads the delivery of internal and external communications, including the development and coordination of a broad range of targeted media and communication activities. The position works collaboratively with multiple stakeholders to develop and implement communications strategies with an aim to increase engagement and outcomes for the organisation. The role includes developing newsletters, E-Bulletins, and other collateral as needed, and involvement in events, website maintenance, planning and implementation of advertising campaigns, and other activities. Find out more…


Volunteers also form an integral part of our Carers WA staff. They are vital in assisting us in providing the best service and support to carers and their families throughout Western Australia. For more information on volunteering at Carers WA, please complete the enquiry form.

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