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Menzies Support Services is a local not-for-profit organisation with a 40 year history providing individualised, person-centred supports to people living in Murrindindi.

Applications are open for two administration roles:

  • Finance Officer

  • Disability Services Assistant

Please see below for detailed information about these roles.

If you would like to join our team, please send your cover letter explaining your suitability and a current CV to careers@menziessupport.org.au by 15/12/23.


Full Time (negotiable)

Are you an experienced administrative assistant with great interpersonal skills?

Your key role is to ensure client support services are rostered according to client requests and preferences, and staff skills and availability, within the framework of the SCHADS award. You will be the main point of contact for clients, their carers, support workers and other stakeholders.

Key competencies for this role:

· Previous experience in a customer service or administration based role

· Experience operating databases and rostering platforms

· An ability to identify and implement creative solutions

· Able to work effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced environment

· Great organisational and time management skills with the ability to manage own workday, and be flexible and responsive to changing priorities with potentially competing demands

· Outstanding verbal and written communication, and interpersonal skills with the ability to liaise and communicate with a wide range of people

· Highly proficient in computer skills and Microsoft Office suite

· Ability to work as part of a team, and autonomously

· A background and experience working in disability or community services would be advantageous

We offer employee benefits including salary packaging, allowances, an Employee Assistance Program, and free training.


Part Time

Are you an experienced finance officer with a meticulous attention to detail?

In this role, you will support the administration team with a variety of financial functions.

You will have outstanding customer service skills and the ability to accurately process a high volume of data

Key competencies for this role:

· A motivated self-starter with excellent time management skills

· Outstanding verbal and written communication, and interpersonal skills with the ability to liaise and communicate with a wide range of people

· Willingness to learn new systems and processes, and quickly adapt to change

· MYOB experience desirable

· Certificate IV in Bookkeeping, or equivalent

· Previous experience working for a non-for-profit organisation, community service or NDIS provider would be advantageous

We offer employee benefits including salary packaging, allowances, an Employee Assistance Program, and free training.

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I like knowing that the support I provide makes a real difference in people’s lives.

– Julie

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What I do is important, I help people to reach their goals.

– Rai

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I really like working with the people I support, it’s really rewarding.

– Vanda

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The diversity of my job is great, no two days are the same.

– Danny

Current Opportunities

Community Support Workers

(community-based aged care)

Are you qualified to provide personal care? We are building our team of support workers to provide personal care services to people in their homes and the community. Work around your existing job. Short afternoon/evening shifts also available including weekends.

Disability Support Workers

Respite / Holiday Supports

Supports may be provided in the client's home or in a holiday accommodation setting.

Support Coordinator


The Support Coordinator is responsible for supporting NDIS participants to understand how to implement their NDIS plan and achieve their goals within their plan. You will assist participants to connect with a variety of organisations including NDIS providers, mainstream, community andgovernment services, as well as NDIS funded supports.

This position is responsible for providing Support Coordinated participants with assistance to strengthen their ability to coordinate their own supports, provide NDIS information, build the participant's capacity to achieve greater independence, and provide reports to the NDIA on outcomes within the NDIS agreed reporting frequency.

Pay range $30.03 to $38.52 PPT commensurate with qualifications and experience. Enquiries to 5772 1888 or via the email address below. Applications close 21/03/2023. Please submit your application to: careers@menziessupport.org.au

About Support Worker Roles

Support workers assist people with a variety of activities, from daily living like cooking, cleaning and self care, to skill development, supported work, recreation and socialising. We are expanding our support team, offering a range of opportunities to undertake this meaningful work in your community. Applications are invited for casual positions, with potential for transition to permanent part time for suitable candidates.

Work areas:

  • Disability Support Workers support clients across the Murrindindi and Mansfield Shires, Victoria.
  • Community Aged Care services are delivered in Alexandra and surrounding areas, including Eildon and Marysville.

Domestic Assistant

Community Aged Care

A happy elderly grandmother with an adult granddaughter at home, washing the dishes.

Domestic Assistants support older members of our community to live in their own homes, by assisting them to maintain a clean and healthy environment, access groceries and other essentials, and provide a regular connection to the local community. This position may be an entry into the sector for people planning to gain a support qualification in future.

This role does not require a qualification.

Community Support Worker

Community Aged Care

Senior woman talking with male care worker on home visit

Are you dedicated to the wellbeing of older members of your community? Community Support Workers provide a range of supports including personal care, respite, social support, assistance to attend appointments and access services, and support to maintain a healthy home environment.

A qualification is required for this role.

Disability Support Worker

NDIS Supports

Are you committed to providing person-centred services to help people achieve their goals? Disability Support Workers provide a range of supports to assist people to undertake the activities of daily life, access services and recreation, and participate in their community.

A qualification or relevant skills and experience is required for this role.


Large group of people of divers

Would you like to get a qualification or develop your skills and knowledge?

We are happy to offer advice, to help you navigate your training pathway for work in community services or health.

We are also collecting expressions of interest for local training opportunitues coming up.

Call Leisa at Menzies on 5772 1888 or send your enquiry to: careers@menziessupport.org.au


Successful applicants will be required to complete training in Covid-19 infection-control, and the NDIS worker orientation module, or provide evidence of completing the training previously. Successful applicants must have, or be willing to obtain, the following credentials:

  • NDIS Clearance (NDIS Worker Screening Check)
  • Current CPR and First Aid certificates
  • Driver’s licence and own reliable car
  • Evidence of Covid-19 vaccination

Employee benefits

  • Supportive workplace environment
  • Ongoing paid training and development
  • Allowances
  • Portable long service leave
  • Salary packaging options
  • Salary sacrifice available
  • On call after hours support
  • Access to free and confidential employee assistance program (EAP)
  • Learn more: Employee benefits

Applications are open now with opportunities for successful applicants to commence work immediately. All new staff are welcomed onboard and immediately offered a supportive team environment. During induction our staff are supported to acquire pre-employment credentials, and rostered for an orientation period which includes paid buddy shifts alongside our experienced support workers.

Please address your resume and cover letter to the email address below, or contact us to learn more about the roles or request a position description.

Phone: (03) 5772 1888  |  Email: careers@menziessupport.org.au

Our programs and events are held on the lands of the Taungurung people and we wish to acknowledge them as Traditional Owners. We would also like to pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging and Aboriginal Elders of other communities who may be here today.

We acknowledge that we are on Taungurung Country. We hereby express our respect for the Taungurung people, who are the Traditional Owners of the land on which we are based. We pay our respects to their leaders and Elders past, present and emerging, for they hold forever the memories, traditions, culture and hopes of all Taungurung people. We express our gratitude for the sharing of this land.

Menzies Support Services is committed to safe and inclusive places, policies and services for people of LGBTIQ communities.

Menzies Support Services is committed to safe and inclusive places, policies and services for people of LGBTIQ communities.

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Phone us:

03 5772 1888

ABN: 51 724 115 911. Dame Pattie Menzies Centre Inc. is a registered charity with the ACNC. Incorporation number: A0008477W.

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