There are a variety of roles and locations across home care and residential care, in Australia’s largest growing industry.
Our roles and locations are many and varied. We have around 1,900 dedicated staff members providing care and support to 7,000 clients, both in their homes and in ours. We provide care in more than twenty locations across South Australia.
There’s a role for everyone at Helping Hand
This is a snapshot of some of the roles available at Helping Hand. Explore our current job vacancies to see what’s open for applications right now.
Client Support Officer
Client Support Officers work with Home Care clients to ensure they receive services that reflect their needs and circumstances.
Enrolled Nurses provide outstanding nursing care to older people in their own homes, or in residential aged care.
Gardeners support older South Australians to live independently in their own home by keeping their gardens and outdoor spaces, tidy and safe.
Home Care Coordinator
Home Care Coordinators work with Home Care clients to ensure they receive services that reflect their needs and circumstances.
Home Support Worker
Home Support Workers help older people to live independently at home for longer and support with cleaning, meal preparation, shopping and more.
Hotel Services Assistant
The Hotel Services team cover all aspects of the day-to-day running and maintenance of our residential care homes including housekeeping, food services and laundry.
Lifestyle Services Coordinator
Lifestyle Coordinators provide guidance to the lifestyle team and volunteers, and oversee the delivery of engaging activities and experiences for residents.
Maintenance Officers provide ongoing maintenance work and regulatory checks to ensure high standards of safety, compliance and comfort in our care homes.
Personal Care Worker
Personal Care Workers deliver high quality care, including bathing, dressing, support with meals and more.
Physiotherapists help older people to maintain their mobility and physical independence either at home, in a group, or in residential aged care.
Registered Nurses provide guidance, support and training to the care team and oversee the delivery of outstanding nursing care.
Service Support Officer
Services Support Officers coordinate staff rosters and schedules to support the delivery of Home Care services.