At Woden Community Service, everyone is valued.

Our goal is to grow as a sustainable and effective organisation that embraces a culture of staff care, continuous improvement and accountability. 

Our team are committed to building stronger communities and creating connections, providing services for Canberrans at all stages of life, from early childhood to aged care and supporting people when they are vulnerable. 

To join our team, explore Job opportunities for current vacancies including full time, part time and casual work. 

We also have opportunities for Volunteers and Students.

What is it like working at WCS?

We listen to our employees and look for ways to support their professional development and career aspirations. 

We are diverse and inclusive – our staff come from many different backgrounds, bringing a wide range of skills, abilities and life experiences which are valued in the work we do. 

We care about the safety, wellbeing and development of our team, knowing this is fundamental to our effectiveness in the community. 

Come and experience the culture at WCS where everyone is valued

We are looking for exceptional candidates who are seeking a purposeful and valued role in community services.

If you have a passion for contributing your skills, knowledge and experience in your work, then please refer to our Job opportunities page for our employment opportunities.

What we offer

We offer above award conditions, flexible working practices and ongoing support and development for staff. We also provide staff access to salary packaging, the opportunity to be involved in continuous improvement processes, various working groups and participate in a wide range of initiatives such as the ‘Healthier Happier Us’ project.

The employment framework at Woden Community Service consists of two Enterprise Agreements, underpinned by two awards.

Enterprise Agreements

Download: Children’s Services Enterprise Agreement

Download: Community Sector Multiple Enterprise Agreement

Awards

Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010

Children’s Services Award 2010

Diversity and inclusion

WCS embraces, supports and strengthens diversity within our community, our services and our organisation. We create a culture of respect and inclusivity within our organisation where everyone feels valued and can contribute. 

The WCS commitment to diversity and inclusion is set out in the WCS Diversity Statement. We are development and implementing a work plan to ensure we fulfil this commitment.

Reconciliation

WCS recognises the resilience, strength and knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their endurance and successes. We acknowledge the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language groups, with the broad range of cultural knowledge they bring to family, community and country. We all gain from the sharing of their culture and wisdom, to live and work upon these ancestral lands and waterways with respect.

Our vision for reconciliation is to:

  • acknowledge the impact, historical and continuous, that colonisation has had upon Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
  • strengthen relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and those who have come to live on this land
  • work towards social and economic equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

To find out more, visit: Reconciliation Action Plan.

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