Jobs at ADHC
Jobs at ADHC
Our vision is to enable vulnerable people to participate fully in NSW social and economic life and build stronger, more sustainable and inclusive communities.
There are few jobs as personally rewarding as those that make a difference in the quality of life experienced by other people. The work is not always easy, but the rewards are attractive and it can bring out the best in you.
Ageing, Disability and Home Care (ADHC), Department of Family and Community Services NSW, is one of the largest human services agencies in NSW. We provide support and services to an estimated 300,000 older people, people with disability and their carers in NSW.
The delivery of effective support and assistance to people with disability is a complex combination of activities. It requires an integrated approach where all those involved work together to enhance an individual's quality of life.
All vacant positions within ADHC are advertised through the iworkfor.nsw website.
Selection for our positions is based on merit, and is offered to the person whose skills, knowledge and experience best match the job requirements. We value diversity in the workforce and respect the values, culture and heritage of all people and seek to reflect this in all that we do.
Employment of people with disability
ADHC promotes a workplace culture that values diversity and actively promotes the employment of people with disability.
ADHC is committed to building a stronger, more sustainable and inclusive workplace by providing adjustments whenever reasonable or achievable to employees and job applicants with disability.
Find a job
Search the iworkfor.nsw website to find a position and apply online. For Home Care positions, contact your local branch manager.
Pay and conditions
Read about the pay and conditions on offer when you work for ADHC.
Discover career paths
We offer a wide variety of careers in disability, nursing and community care, ranging from direct care service delivery jobs to professional and management positions.
Meet our people
The values we look for across our organisation include client focus, equity, integrity, performance and valuing people. Read about why our staff enjoy working at ADHC and see how important our values are.
ADHC's Disability Employee Network
In 2010 ADHC established the Disability Employee Network (DEN), a key agency advisory committee to provide advice on policies, procedures and strategies on the attraction, retention and career development of people with disability. The DEN aims to empower, encourage and promote opportunities for employees with disability. It also provides a forum for employees with disability to collectively act as a key stakeholder on issues relating to disability in the workplace.
The DEN has strong Executive support and is championed by Alastair Hunter, Deputy Director General who is particularly committed to ensuring that ADHC employees with disability have equitable access to career development and workplace training opportunities.
Our intranet hosts a number of resources aimed at attracting, retaining and developing the careers of people with disability at ADHC. As well as being a guide for managers and team leaders, the resources are also a valuable tool for employees with disability. It contains information about employer responsibilities, communication and etiquette, work health and safety advice, tips for accessibility and links to useful resources on obtaining workplace modifications.
With over 600 employees who have identified as having a disability, ADHC welcomes and encourages applications from people with disability.