With a 150 year heritage, we are one of Queensland’s most trusted not-for-profit health and community service organisations. From country to coast, we serve all, regardless of their background or situation. We are committed to fostering a culture that values diversity and inclusiveness, and embraces everyone in our community.
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Join the team that cares for Queensland

Anglicare Southern Queensland has empowered 1 in 30 Queenslanders in need. Whether it’s providing nursing care and domestic assistance in the home, physiotherapy to enable the return of mobility, emergency accommodation for women and children, working with foster carers to keep children safe, a caring environment for the elderly, skills training for young unemployed people or parental education and counselling, our team is by the side of Queenslanders.
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Your next career step with us

For more than 150 years, our staff have supported everyday Queenslanders of all walks of life from young children, to adolescents, adults and the elderly.

We have vacancies across many areas of our organisation including aged care, foster care, homelessness services and family wellbeing.

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Onboard with Us: Start your rewarding career in aged care

Want to know what working in aged care is like? Follow four of our staff members as they visit and support our clients in their homes. Hear why they love what they do and how they make a difference every single day. Anglicare Southern Queensland have been caring for Queenslanders for over 150 years. Our dedicated and compassionate staff genuinely care for their clients and we look forward to welcoming you to our team.

Approved Ausmed Passport Provider

The Ausmed passport is a free, digital certificate for the Australian aged care workforce that enables sector-wide standardisation of eight core mandatory training areas and provides a portable qualification that is accepted by Ausmed approved employers around the country. Fast track your induction with us using your Ausmed passport. Share a copy of your completed digital certificate with us to be recognised for training you have already completed

A day in the life of a Registered Nurse

Meet Billy, a Registered Nurse with our Home and Community team in Toowoomba. The role of our Registered Nurses is to ensure the wellbeing and comfort of those in our care by assessing and managing health conditions, administering medications and coordinating care plans.

No two days are the same for Billy. He travels from home to home, providing essential care that otherwise might be out of reach for his clients. He enjoys the companionship and connection he is able to give his clients, treating their physical health in addition to improving their overall quality of life.

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Day in the life of a Home Care Worker

Meet Andrea – Anglicare’s most remote care worker calling Longreach home. Part of our Community Aged Care team, it’s not uncommon for Andrea to travel more than 300 kilometers in a day, visiting clients on remote properties so they can safely and comfortably remain in their own homes.

A typical day can include a range of jobs including personal grooming and hygiene; assistance with medication reminders and general self-care; assisting clients with shopping and appointments; assistance with domestic duties, food preparation and general help around the house.

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A day in the life of a Personal Care Worker

Personal Care Workers help the residents living in our aged care homes live their day, their way. They are there to support them with their morning routines, their meals, and the activities of daily living. Due to how purposeful their work is, job satisfaction amongst Personal Care Workers is usually very high.

A typical day for a Personal Care Worker can include a range of jobs: personal grooming and hygiene, domestic duties such as housekeeping and laundry, and assisting the residents with social activities. Whether the resident wants to take a walk through the gardens, play a game of bingo, or simply sit and enjoy a cup of tea, you’ll always be there to provide a listening ear and a readiness to support them with whatever they need.

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Day in the life of a Domestic Assistant

Meet Tess! She loves getting out and about in the community in her role, providing social connection as well as domestic assistance. Her work is crucial for helping her clients maintain independence at home.

A typical day can include a range of jobs: laundry (washing, folding, drying), dish washing, vacuuming, taking the rubbish out and general cleaning around the house. Many clients also love to share a cuppa once the job is done!

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Employer of choice

Today we have over 3,000 dedicated and experienced staff, supported by more than 600 generous volunteers, who are there every day for Queenslanders. We recognise each person in our care as an individual, with their own unique story and diverse needs. Our commitment to caring for those in need has seen Anglicare Southern Queensland grow to be one of Queensland’s most trusted providers.

Who we are

Home Care Worker
“I developed a compassion for people who are sick and growing old, and I wanted to help make their lives better.”
John's story
Client Services Advisor
“I’m a musician with a pop-rock sound and I was looking for a role that I could really make a difference.”
Amy's story
Registered Nurse
“The residents that we care for aren’t just a number to us, they’re part of our family.”
Suzette's story
Team Leader
“I was sick of working in the retail world and a friend said my enthusiasm for life would make such a difference.”
Leah's story

Our commitment to reconciliation

We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the First Nations People, with unique cultures, languages, and spiritual relationships to the land and seas. We acknowledge the past and are strongly committed to improving the lives, and upholding the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Anglicare Southern Queensland acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our services now stand. We pay our respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in caring for their own communities.

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Multiculturalism and inclusion

Anglicare is an inclusive and diverse not-for-profit. We support staff and people who are of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, from the LGBTIQ+ community, and people living with disabilities, and mental health challenges. We are a child-safe environment and are committed to providing ongoing care and protection for vulnerable Queenslanders who need us.

We are proud of our gender equality efforts with women being well represented at leadership and management levels in our workplace. Our compliance with the Act by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency is just one way we continuously shape a more inclusive workplace and empower our employees in their chosen career.

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Volunteer and student placements

Coming from all walks of life, our diverse group of wonderful volunteers and students across Southern Queensland support people to live the life they want. If you’re wanting to complete your studies with student placement or just want to give back to the community, we’re excited to speak with you.

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