Come work with us in Gippsland.

Are you looking for a tree change and lifestyle change? Are you seeking an exciting new opportunity with one of the largest community services organisations across Victoria and Tasmania?

Work in Gippsland

Find the right job for you.

Want a rewarding job that makes a real impact on the lives of local individuals, families and communities?

We currently have a range of opportunities in community services roles in Gippsland ranging from caseworkers to management positions.

Why work for us?

Supportive environment
Training opportunities and rewarding work
Relocation costs for successful applicants
Opportunity to grow

We can offer you exciting career opportunities in our growing services.

This could be your chance to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

Jobs.

Here are some of the roles available now.

Therapeutic Specialist – Youth Residential Services.

Provide high quality trauma-informed practice advice and guidance to the care team who support young people in residential care. Full time opportunity, initially maximum term until June 2022.

Case Manager - Navigator Program.

This role based in Sale, provides case management, support and outreach to disengaged learners and their families with the Navigator Program.

Family Services Practitioner.

This position is requiring a motivated practitioner to work creatively within our Integrated Family Services Case Management Team based in Sale.

Team Leader Bushfire Recovery.

The Team Leader Bush Fire Recovery is responsible for the development, delivery, performance and quality of the Bushfire Recovery activities in bushfire affected areas.

Playgroup Facilitator Bushfire Recovery.

The Playgroup facilitator will be part of a team that will support the delivery of trauma-informed playgroups for families and young children in bushfire affected areas.

Manager - Children, Youth and Families.

Reporting to the Senior Manager, the Manager will oversee the delivery of and provide expertise in a portfolio of Government funded programs.

Youth Employment Facilitator Bushfire Recovery.

The Youth Employment Facilitator work in collaboration with external stakeholders to develop and implement a schedule of capacity building interventions that aims to connect young people to employment opportunities across East Gippsland.

Residential Care Worker - Child, Youth & Families.

The role will provide high quality care and support within a 24-hour residential setting to children and young people who can no longer live with their families.

None of these jobs for you?

Uniting is growing at a rapid rate in Gippsland and we have new interesting career opportunities coming up all the time. Fill out an expression of interest if you are interested in working with our team.

Uniting in Gippsland

Jannine had longed to leave the hustle and bustle of Melbourne behind. So earlier this year, Jannine and her husband packed up and relocated to Gippsland. After purchasing a home with acreage, the couple are “absolutely loving” their tree change.

“(The move) has been a big help for our mental health. We are much more relaxed. It’s been exciting to meet and work with new people and understand the community connections they have."

Uniting in Gippsland

Uniting has been Leeann’s second home for over 22 years.

“I’ve had lots of different roles from working in homelessness and family violence services to managing our reception team in Sale. That’s what I really love about Uniting – the diversity of work it has offered me."

Our employees

Congratulations to Sue Fraser, who was awarded an Order of Australia (OAM) for her financial counselling work.

“It’s rewarding to know that the work we do makes a real difference for so many people.”

Hear the real story

Over 20 years of service.

A pillar of strength for people facing crisis

Maidie has always been passionate about helping people in need. She began her career as a locum crisis worker in 1996 and continued on to work in disability services before moving into crisis and homelessness services.

“We’re lucky to have a really good team here, with a broad range of skills and experience. We work well together to provide the best outcomes for our consumers.”

Welcoming all communities

We work in solidarity with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s First Peoples and as the traditional owners and custodians of this land. We celebrate diversity and value the lived experience of people of every faith, ethnicity, age, disability, culture, language, gender identity, sex and sexual orientation. We welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender diverse and non-binary, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ+) people at our services. We pledge to provide inclusive and non-discriminatory services.

The work we do is all about giving people the support they need to live happy and meaningful lives. We are committed to being people-focused and rights-based.

We have worked alongside local communities across both states for over 100 years.

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