“It took me 40 years of hard work and dedication in the corporate world to find my vocation, where I am now working in aged care and individual support.

Working at Enable All feels like I am a part of a community. I enjoy my job when I know that the clients I work with are satisfied, that they are in a happier place both mentally and physically, and they feel safe and secure in their home environment. Enable All are a professional and committed service provider who dedicate their professional resources to provide essential services to the elderly and NDIS participants”.

Dominique D.

Applications and Expressions of Interest.

Interested in joining Enable All as a casual disability support or mental health support worker in Geelong?  You may even be new to working in this area and not have a formal qualification.  Please use the form below for your position application or expression of interest.  You will receive an email confirming that we received it.  If you don’t, check your junk folder and then contact us if not received.

If you have any questions regarding an advertised position you would like to discuss before applying, please contact us or ring us on 03 4250 8077.

Application Form


We know life is expensive, increasingly so in recent times.  If the cost of getting your screening checks, such as Police Check, NDIS Check, First Aid Course and other work related costs may be an issue for you, let us know as we can help link in with State Government Employment Services for help with costs if you are eligible.

Employment Agencies/Providers

Do you have a fantastic candidate who would be a great fit with the Enable All values, mission and vision?

Please use the form below for your referral.  You will receive an email confirming that we received it.  If you don’t, check your junk folder and then contact us if not received.

If you have not referred to Enable All before or if you have any questions regarding referrals, please contact us or ring us on 03 4250 8077.

Referral Form

Casual Disability Support Workers in and around Geelong……We Need You!


We are taking applications for Cleaner and Support Worker positions.    We will also be hiring Registered and Enrolled Nurses and Therapists very soon – Register Your Interest.

  • What do I get for an afternoon shift?
    The SCHADS award states that even if you start a shift before 8.00 pm, you get the afternoon shift rate for the whole shift if it ends after 8 pm. So, if you work from 2 pm to 9 pm you get the afternoon rate for 7 hours.
  • How does overtime work?
    If you work more than 10 hours in a single day, you get time and a half for the next two hours and then double time after that. If you work more than 38 hours in a week, you get time and a half for the next two hours and double time after that.
  • What about the new broken shift allowance?
    This is an additional allowance for working two or more shifts in a single day. For two shifts the allowance is $18.34. For three or more it is $24.27.
  • What about cancelling my shift that was booked?
    If a shift is cancelled and we don't let you know before 5 pm the day before, you still get paid even though you won't work.
  • How often is my Superannuation paid into my super account?
    We pay monthly. You are then getting a return and interest on your super money quickly.
  • What happens if I don't get along with my Client?
    We're always talking with our Clients and our team. Supporting some Clients can be more challenging than others. We'll look at what we can do to improve any given situation first and how we can to make shifts go smoothly and for everyone to work together. Sometimes the fit isn't as good as it could be so we can always find other Clients for you.
  • I don't understand how rates in the SCHADS award can be so different?
    We've found that the SCHADS award is complex and can be open to interpretation. We have been in consultation with FairWork since the launch of Enable All. We use the Home Care Employee (HCE) stream (there are three) which applies to supports provided in the community and determine the appropriate and fair level in that stream for each new employee. We take into account your experience and qualifications.

Position Information:

Support/Care Workers

Support workers help aged and people with disability with a range of daily tasks. These include personal hygiene facilitation, mobility support, shopping tasks, food preparation, housework tasks, and the coordination of social events.

They help people living with different physical disabilities and mental health needs to live their lives more independently and support them to reach their potential by providing both physical and emotional support. The role of support worker is so varied – each person has unique needs, which makes the job unique too.

The role is primarily focused on enabling and supporting people to live their lives as independently as they can.   At Enable All we support people with a diverse range of needs, including learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries and mental health needs.  As a support worker, you may find yourself working in people’s own homes, in health and social care settings such as supported living services or care homes, and out in the community.

What are the responsibilities of a support worker?

There are many roles and responsibilities of a support worker, including:

  • Providing physical support which may include helping with household tasks and personal care.
  • Providing emotional support for an individual and their families.
  • Supporting and helping with health care needs, including routine checks or administrating medication.
  • Encouraging and supporting the development of personal skills through hobbies and interests.
  • Teaching life skills, such as shopping, using public transport and paying for bills.
  • Working with other healthcare professionals to ensure that all care needs meet the highest possible standards.
  • Facilitating social engagement and promoting networks through the Enable All Peer Mentoring Program.

Making friends is often difficult for the people we support, and so a key responsibility of support work is promoting and planning meaningful days. This can be supporting people to enjoy their hobbies and interests, helping them to get involved in community groups, or encouraging them to learn a new skill like cooking or painting. For many people we support, communication is not easy. An important aspect of the job is understanding how the person communicates and how others can best communicate with them.

Why become an Enable All support worker?

Being a support worker can be a very rewarding job. Even though the role can be hard and often challenging, making a positive difference to someone’s life and helping them become more independent brings feelings of accomplishment and satisfaction. It’s a great career choice for those who enjoy a varied job role and lots of interaction with others.

Some of the best parts of the job are sharing new experiences together, creating new memories and celebrating successes. You’ll enable people to overcome their fears and challenges whilst helping them to build confidence and self-esteem.