Have you always wanted to work with an organisation that challenges existing ideas and practices that limit the lives of people who have a disability?  Do you have a passion for seeing people with intellectual disabilities grow and take their place as equal members of their community and have their fundamental human rights respected? If so, then Inclusion Melbourne would like to hear from you.

We are seeking creative, well-organised people with natural leadership and strong teamwork skills to fill a fixed term full time maternity leave position with the possibility of becoming permanent. You will need to be highly adaptable, creative, easy going and an excellent communicator.  You will apply your enthusiasm, positivity and empathy as you work with people and their families to imagine and build better lives for people with intellectual disabilities.

At Inclusion Melbourne we have a vision for people with intellectual disabilities sharing the benefits of living in the broader community.  We want to give people the ability to feel comfortable in the community, recognise their contribution and to help the community welcome and build long-term relationships with them.

If you share this vision and you are a creative and well-organised person with natural leadership ability, we want to hear from you.

Do you want to help people achieve their dream life? Are you organised and reliable?  Qualifications or experience is not necessary; we care about your desire to deliver high quality support. We are looking for Disability Support Workers, who can support adults living with Intellectual Disabilities to access their communities.  We have an individualised approach to support, as we match our participants to employees;  building strong lasting relationships.  

You would be working one on one with people and supporting them to achieve their goals, create meaningful relationships, attend educational courses, attend their jobs etc.  

In a typical week at work, you may: 


  • Support someone to attend and participate in an educational course 
  • Support a person while they work or carry out a volunteering role at the local Salvos 
  • Take a person to a local café to enjoy a coffee together, building relationships of trust and respect for each other and helping then to develop relationships with people in the local community 
  • Pick the person up from home and take them to their weekly art class 
  • Utilise your strong literacy and communication skills to record progress notes to monitor how participants are moving towards meeting their goals. 


Every person is different, goals and aspirations are different, this makes the direct support role exciting and interesting and more than just a job! 

You will have constant support from team members whenever needed.  

We have a strong belief that happy, satisfied and supported staff deliver better services. Come join our team and help us build real, meaningful, and desirable lives for the people who honour us by trusting us to hold their dreams.

We are recruiting people interested in working with adults with intellectual disability. Potential for ongoing permanent employment. You must be available at least 3 to 4 days per week and be willing to work a minimum of 10 hours per week.

We are looking for positive values-driven people who are passionate about supporting a diverse range of people with many interests, including art, gardening, work and outdoor activities. You will facilitate community inclusion and support opportunities for skills, self-worth, confidence and interests to develop and grow. Experience is not essential, however will be highly regarded. If you do not have experience – we will provide training.

If you do not have experience but are passionate about wanting to make a difference, assisting people to believe in themselves and are a reliable person with a strong work ethic– we will provide training.