Careers

Working in the disability sector is more than just a job. It’s an opportunity to help make a difference in people’s lives and build a more inclusive community. Westhaven offers rewarding career opportunities, including working with children and adults with a disability in delivering a variety of services to support them to live the life they choose.

Currently Advertised Positions

Youth / Support Worker Children's Services

02/08/2021

We are currently seeking casual Support Workers with previous experience with Children and Young Persons (CYP) with Significant Disability.


Director of People and Culture

30/07/2021

Director of People and Culture to lead , mentor and guide our team.


Team Leader - Business Facilitation Team

29/07/2021

We are currently seeking a Full Time Business Facilitation Team Leader to join our team in Dubbo or Orange.


Team Leader Community (Programs and Community Participation)

29/07/2021

We are currently have 3 Full Time positions for Team Leaders Community (Programs and Community Participation) to join our team in Dubbo.


Therapeutic Specialist

28/07/2021

We currently have a position available for Therapeutic Specialists to work within the Westhaven Intensive Therapeutic Care Team .


Support Worker - Broken Hill

26/07/2021

We are currently seeking casual Support Workers to work at our Broken Hill locations.


Team Leader Supported Independent Living (SIL)

19/07/2021

Westhaven is a not for profit, community-based charity in NSW, and we reinvest all our profits into supporting adults and children with disabilitie...


Youth Worker /Support Worker

19/07/2021

We are currently seeking casual Support Workers with previous experience with Children and Young Persons (CYP) with Significant Disability.


Behaviour Support Practitioner

19/07/2021

We are currently seeking a Behaviour Support Practitioner to join our behaviour support team.


  • A friendly, caring and diverse work environment.
  • Flexible work hours & Fitness Passport.
  • We’re a dynamic and growing business.
  • A rewarding and challenging experience.

We are focused on providing a high level of quality care to our wonderful clients through a variety of roles:

  • Support workers – these roles are hands-on in providing direct support to people with disabilities. These roles can involve anything from intensive personal care to assisting clients in actively participating in a community setting or supporting their work ambitions.
  • Service administration – these roles support clients to achieve their goals and assist in problem-solving to find the right supports for people.
  • Specialist roles – a range of professional roles in case management, project management and wellbeing.
  • Management roles – support our staff, manage budgets and guide service improvement.