Department of Human Services

Disability Services Officers (Support Workers)

Support worker providing care to a disabled person

Disability and Reform Accommodation Services accept applications throughout the year for Disability Services Officers/Support Workers.

In this role, you will support people with disability to fully participate in all aspects of their lives at home and in the community.

This includes:

  • personal care and grooming
  • building and maintaining independence
  • building and maintaining interpersonal relationships
  • participating in the community.

You will ensure people you support have maximum control over their own lives.

To apply, you must have:

  • a First Aid Certificate
  • a National Police Check, and
  • a full Australian Drivers Licence (equivalent to SA Class C).

We will provide:

  • on-the-job training, and
  • support to undertake a Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) through the Stanton Institute (a registered training organisation).

Successful applicants are subject to a medical and functional assessment and relevant DHS Screening Clearance.

Apply to be a Disability Services Officer

Page last updated : 10 Aug 2020

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