Careers

Carpentaria employs high quality staff in a range of specialist disability support and Allied Health roles to support clients across our Therapy Services, Pathways Program and Accommodation Services. Recruitment to positions at Carpentaria is based on values, skills and qualifications.

We are experiencing a growth of programs and the creation of additional roles to support Carpentaria’s services in urban and remote locations. From Specialist Disability Support and Allied Health professionals to corporate roles, Carpentaria offers a rewarding career in a dynamic workplace.

Carpentaria employs evidence-based practice, with research driving continual innovation and growth. Staff have access to comprehensive training and skill development as well as regular upskilling opportunities and ongoing specialist disability training, including positive behaviour support, person-centred active support and risk management. Competitive remuneration packages, including generous salary packaging benefits, are available. Offers of employment at Carpentaria are subject to a satisfactory police clearance. Employees must also commit to understanding and abiding by Carpentaria’s Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct incorporates the NDIS standards.

VACANT POSITIONS

Carpentaria is currently recruiting:

  • Reception and Events Assistant – Responsible for providing a professional and welcoming reception service to Harry’s Place tenants, visitors, customers and clients, this varied role also includes support to the events team in preparing and managing conference facilities and events. The Position Description is available here. Please submit your resume, a one page overview of your experience to recruitment@carpentaria.org.au by 15 April.

 

  • Independent Living Coach, Accommodation Services – a number of dynamic roles in Carpentaria’s Accommodation Services team are now available. Independent Living Coaches are responsible for supporting participants to acquire independent living skills and reach their potential at home and in the community. The Position Description is available here. Please submit your resume, a one page overview of your experience and relevant certificates to recruitment@carpentaria.org.au.
    • Relevant certificates include:
      • NDIS Code of Conduct online module
      • Police check (within the past 6 months)
      • First Aid and CPR certificate
      • Working with Children Check (Ochre card)
      • Driver’s Licence
      • Evidence of relevant qualifications
      • Visa (if applicable)

 

  • Allied Health Assistant / Senior Allied Health Assistant, Pathways Program – these roles work to provide outcome focussed programs and employment supports that promote capacity building, skill development, social participation and independence for participants. The Position Description is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience to recruitment@carpentaria.org.au by 2 April.

 

  • Physiotherapist – as part of a dynamic and growing multi-disciplinary team, this role is responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating person-centred Physiotherapy services that deliver choice and control to NDIS and other participants, and meet participant plan goals for the NDIS and other schemes. The Position Description is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience to recruitment@carpentaria.org.au

 

  • Occupational Therapist (new graduate and P2 level positions available) – as part of a dynamic and growing multi-disciplinary team, this role is responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating person-centred Occupational Therapy services for paediatric and / or adult clients that deliver choice and control to NDIS and other participants, and meet participant plan goals for the NDIS or other schemes.  The Position Description is available for Professional level 1 (New Graduate) is available here. The Position Description for Professional level 2 is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience to recruitment@carpentaria.org.au

 

  • Speech Pathologist (new graduate and P2/P3 level positions available) – as part of a dynamic and growing multi-disciplinary team, this role is responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating person-centred Speech Pathology services for clients that deliver choice and control to NDIS and other participants, and meet participant plan goals for the NDIS or other schemes.  The Position Description for Professional level 1 (New Graduate) is available here. The Position Description for Professional level 2 / 3 is available here. Please submit your resume and a one page overview of your experience to recruitment@carpentaria.org.au

 

For further information about vacancies in Carpentaria’s Allied Health Therapy team, or to learn more about opportunities for relocation support, please contact Fiona Tipping, Director Therapy Services and Programs on 08 8920 9400.

Thank you for your interest in joining our team.

 

These videos feature a Carpentaria Disability Support Worker and a Carpentaria Psychologist describing their work, with thanks to the Industry Skills Advisory Council NT and jobsinthent.com.au