Our clients come from all communities
and so do our people.
Wallara is an equal opportunity employer – all abilities and from every walk of life, inclusion is why we exist. If you share our values, which we call The Wallara Way, and want to drive social change to empower people with different abilities, Wallara may be your next workplace.
Why a career with Wallara?
Because when you join Wallara, you’ll join a movement!
We’re driving social change for people with different abilities and we’re having a good time doing it!
We’re passionate, professional, and purposeful about our mission. We also value innovation, collaboration and celebration. It’s just the way we roll! So, if you believe the future is inclusive, you’ll feel right at home with us. We enjoy working together and have a low employee turnover – people that join Wallara tend to stay.
Wallara Additional Staff Benefits:
Flexible Working: Wallara is a flexible employer and committed to providing flexible work options that are beneficial for our staff, the organisation and our clients.
Professional Development: Paid mandatory training each year, usually equivalent to three days, is provided including first aid training, simulated manual handling and accredited Medication training. Available for all disability support employees.
Opportunities to upskill including but not limited to LEAD program, an internal leadership program for those looking to progress in their career.
Community Service Leave: Unpaid Community Service Leave to perform selected community services activities eg SES, CFA.
Salary Packaging: Up to $15,900 in tax-free pay per year plus other tax savings through meal/entertainment expenses up $2,650 per annum. Novated lease arrangements may also be available. Salary packaging is provided through AccessPay.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP): Wallara has partnered with DÁccord, an industry leader in the provision of Employee Assistance Programs (EAP). Staff have access to confidential telephone counselling 24/7 and face-to-face counselling sessions.
Health and Wellbeing: Wallara’s health and wellbeing committee is made up of volunteer committed staff who develop innovative and engaging social and wellbeing activities across the organisation. Wallara also offers a range of health and wellbeing initiatives including additional paid wellbeing leave.
Reward and Recognition of Awesomeness: Peer to peer nominations of staff that go above and beyond are encouraged and a nominated staff member is chosen as the Wallara employee of the month for Random Acts and Recognition of Awesomeness, affectionately known as RARA.
Professional Membership: Wallara contributes up to $200 for staff membership fees with a professional registration body linked to their profession.
Our Success Stories
Hear from some of our amazing people who have switched careers to find meaningful employment that makes positive change to lives of people with a disability
Wallara recognises that applying for a new role or career is a big step. We try to make the process uncomplicated and user friendly.
Wallara recognises that applying for a new role or career is a big step. We try to make the process uncomplicated and user friendly. We look for people who are passionate about supporting Wallara’s social change agenda, and helping others reach their goals and live their best lives yet. We think client first and expect you to deeply care for the wellbeing of others too. We like career changers, we think laterally and look at the whole individual – your career history, what you are passionate about and what you enjoy doing – after all, your unique capabilities help others to reach their goals too.
Our roles are advertised through our website and key job boards. You can apply through those job boards that may ask you a series of questions. Don’t forget to include your letter of application why you think you are suitable for the role and your resume.
We will then contact you if you are shortlisted, first through a telephone interview and then to meet with us. Depending on the role, there may be other selection processes such as assessments, NDIS worker checks and assessment centres before we check your referees and offer you a role. All up we try to make the process as quick as we can though sometimes there are unavoidable delays
You can also express an interest in being added to our talent pool by applying for a Wallara role here. We always need Support and Job Coaches. There are also opportunities in our Support Coordination, Finance, People, Quality and Marketing teams from time to time.