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 for long-term employment.

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Committee of Management Member – Treasurer

Do you have an accounting qualification?
Would you like to contribute to a community profit organisation?
Do you have 10 hours a month you can spare for a fabulous role?

If you answered yes, then please keep reading!

Gellibrand Support Services is a not-for-profit organisation that supports adults with disabilities in Melbourne and Ballarat. We are seeking a new Treasurer for our Committee of Management.

Gellibrand Support Services aims to provide an environment where:

  • Individuals with a range of physical and intellectual disabilities can improve their quality of life and achieve the outcomes they want
  • Learning and caring for others are valued, respected, and possible
  • Individuals are motivated and inspired to have real connections, real service, and real outcomes
  • Collaborative goal-oriented personal partnerships intended to maximize the choice and control in client’s lives are encouraged
  • Communication is open, honest, and respectful
  • Interactions are empowering and genuine with a compassionate approach to the relationships we form and the service we provide

The majority of meetings will be held in the main office, every fourth Thursday of each month commencing at 7pm.  During COVID lockdowns these meeting occur via Zoom but otherwise in person in Sunshine.

Area of Expertise Being Sought:  Strong Financial Management qualifications and relevant experience in a senior management role. Detailed knowledge of all regulatory frameworks and the ability to oversee Gellibrand’s official annual Financial Reports.

Payment: Nil – honorary role

Interested? Please call Margaret on 0419386511 or email LiaisonC@gellibrand.org.au and we can provide you all the information you require.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Support Worker

Gellibrand is a non-profit organisation that provides support to people with disabilities living in the West and North Region of Melbourne.

About Gellibrand

We have a strong, values-based culture, where we understand that great client support starts with great teamwork. Gellibrand is a place where you can develop your skills, and provide opportunities to find the role that fits you best. We care as much about our people as our clients. People love to work here within a supportive and flexible environment; with a family-friendly approach.

About the Role

No two days will be the same. The role includes family engagement, daily support of clients, and being an ambassador for Gellibrand. Daily support may include; going out, cleaning, cooking, health management and generally making their life better. This role is busy, hugely varied, and is very rewarding.

To apply, please include a cover letter, and CV and fill out an application form at:


Any applications completed on Seek will not be considered.

Applicants who meet the requirements will be invited to an information session via email. The Information Session will be held on June 6th, 2022, and is compulsory to attend to be considered for employment with Gellibrand Support Services.

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.

Successful Applicants will need to abide by the current COVID Government regulations.

Successful Applicants will also need to apply for the NDIS Workers Screening Check. Employment won’t be offered until this check has come back clear.

All positions are subject to thorough safety screening. This will include reference checks, police records check, and checking against the NDIS Workers Screening Check. Before submitting an application, please be aware that these checks need to be conducted. If you do submit an application, you are consenting to Gellibrand conducting these checks.