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A career with CatholicCare Sydney offers challenging work, flexible hours, the opportunity to combine work with study and lots of variety – no two days are the same. We offer opportunities to make an impact with today’s generation and the next generation. We invite you to be inspired, channel your passion and drive and learn more about what we can offer you.

CatholicCare Sydney currently employs more than 700 staff in Sydney and offers a range of challenging and rewarding employment opportunities.

These include roles in the delivery of frontline ministries and social programs, such as youth work, social work, counselling, aged care and nursing and administrative roles in finance, IT, human resources, communications, marketing/ fundraising and many more. Working with CatholicCare is an opportunity to help make a difference:

  • Do work that matters
  • Build relationships
  • Support those in poverty and the disadvantaged
  • Connect with people in your community
  • Create social change
  • Empower others


Positions Vacant


Home Support Assessors (Regional Assessment Service)

  • Undertake in-home face-to-face home support assessments
  • Develop individualised support plans for clients
  • Full-time Maximum Duration Contract to 15 June 2018
  • Liverpool Based (Travelling throughout South East Sydney, South West Sydney and Inner West Statistical Local Areas Regions)

Reporting to the Senior Team Leader, Home Support Advisors perform assessment services of older Australians for the My Aged Care System using a national screening and assessment tool as part of a broad consortium of which CatholicCare Sydney is a participating contractor.

Working across three regions conducting Home Support Assessments, this full-time maximum duration contract position (to March 2018) offers a competitive salary, including access to salary packaging (which may increase take-home pay).

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Casual Community Support Workers

  • Provide in-home support to the frail, aged or those living with a disability
  • Workers needed in the local government areas of Liverpool, Fairfield, Bankstown, Cumberland and Prospect.
  • Community language speakers are encouraged to apply

We are looking for passionate Casual Community Support Workers to provide professional and person-centred in-home support for the daily living needs of frail elderly people or people with a disability (domestic cleaning, meal preparation, socialising,  personal care that may require a hoist and peg feeding) in the local government areas of Liverpool, Fairfield, Bankstown  and Cumberland Prospect with many of our clients speaking other languages including Polish, Assyrian, Italian, Arabic, Mandarin and Cantonese.

Casual Community Support Workers are focused on providing services to assist people, who may include frail aged or those living with a disability to find and maintain accommodation and live a quality life.

The hours of work are on weekdays with occasional weekend and/or after hours work required. 

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Casual Educators, Marriage & Relationship Education Program

  • Are you passionate about working with people?
  • Do you have an interest in helping couples sustain healthy lifelong relationships?

CatholicCare’s Marriage and Relationship Education (MRE) Program is conducting an Information Session for persons interested in facilitating Pre-Marriage Education courses.

MRE courses assist engaged couples preparing for Marriage in the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney in building richer, more fulfilling marriages.

We are looking for Casual Educators who able to commit to evening and weekend casual work for a minimum of 6 courses per year, across the Greater Sydney region (within Sydney Archdiocesan borders).

If you are interested in applying, please join us at one of the following information sessions:

  1. Lewisham: Wednesday 19 April 2017 at  6pm
  2. Fairfield: Thursday 20th April 2017 at  6pm

Information sessions will outline:

  1. The Sydney Archdiocese norms for the preparation of couples for marriage
  2. CatholicCare’s Mission, Vision & Values and Catholic Social Teaching
  3. The role and responsibilities of the Educator
  4. The theoretical underpinnings and content material of the course
  5. The application and interview process for Casual Educators
  6. Educator’s formal training process:
    1. Invitation to observe course sessions
    2. Formal Interview, including: reflection on observations and presentation of facilitation Skills
    3. Co-facilitation of course/s
  7. Supervision expectations 

Please contact to register your interest in an information session.

Applications will open following the information sessions, and will close 5pm Friday 28th April 2017. Details on the application process will be provided in the information sessions.

If you are unable to attend an information session, or have queries regarding the role, please contact

Selection Criteria:

  • Ability to undertake the duties of the role in accordance with CatholicCare’s Mission, Vision and Values; and its Code of Ethics and Conduct, as well as a demonstrated ability to work from a person centred approach
  • Degree qualification in Psychology, Social Work, Social Science or Adult Education
  • Demonstrated experience in the facilitation of psycho-educational groupwork
  • Demonstrated ability to articulate and utilise appropriate models of Relationship and Adult Education
  • Highly developed organisational and time management skills
  • Demonstrated excellent ability to actively collaborate, communicate clearly and respond with respect
  • Demonstrated competence and confidence in the use of various technologies required for presentations

Remuneration is based on the SCHCDS award, Level 3, Paypoint 3 or 4, dependent on qualifications and experience. 

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