Here at Gellibrand we are united by a common philosophy to make a difference in other people’s lives and the greater community. Our team members and clients are at the heart of everything we do in this pursuit. We are always looking for the right people to fill various challenging and rewarding roles within the organisation.
Our culture is enriched by the diversity of our team members and their individual backgrounds, experiences, skills and interests. We foster a welcoming environment for anyone who joins the Gellibrand team. We recruit based on character and support new employees to learn the necessary skills through a comprehensive training and mentorship program. We are always looking to provide opportunities for continued development and career growth into new roles.
Gellibrand offers flexible employment options so that our team members are able to provide the standard of service and accountability we expect. We also provide ongoing support for employees, tax-effective salary packaging and extended options from long term employment.
To download our Employment Application form (PDF) – Click Here*
*Please note that you must save the Application Form to your computer first. Then open the downloaded file, enter your details, save and attach in an email. Any details added to the form while in the browser window will not save and result in a blank application.
Committee of Management Member
Gellibrand is looking to fill a vacancy on our Committee of Management. Click here for more information.
Recruitment is now opened! Gellibrand is looking for team members to fill the support worker positions.
To apply, please include a cover letter, your CV, the above employment application form, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants who meet the requirements will be invited to an information session via email. The Information Session will be held on the Tuesday 2nd February 2021 and is compulsory to attend to gain employment with Gellibrand Support Services.
Applications close on Tuesday 26th January 2021.
The successful applicants will need to work at least 25 hours a week including weekends, sleepovers and active nights, meet Australian work eligibility conditions, hold a current First Aid and CPR Certificate and hold a current Victorian driver’s license.