Work With Us

A 2019 HenderCare team member survey showed 99% of respondents found their work meaningful. If you want to help make our community a better place, we want to hear from you. 

At HenderCare, we know that our team is our greatest asset. They are our face in the community and a direct link to our valued service recipients. When someone from the HenderCare team visits a client, we’re confident that they are going to provide the best possible service, every time.

Flexible and friendly

Working with HenderCare gives you flexibility. You tell us when you want to work, which means you can plan your work hours to fit with your lifestyle.

Our staff include:

  • registered, enrolled and specialist nurses
  • allied health professionals
  • assistants in nursing
  • personal care workers
  • youth workers
  • domestic assistants
  • community support workers
  • home and garden maintenance staff.

You can see all of our current job vacancies here.

Why join the HenderCare team?

The key reasons our team choose to work with us include:

  • the ability to manage your own roster
  • competitive pay rates, paid weekly
  • opportunities for professional development
  • support available 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • Staff Benefits Program

National reach, local feel

With clients across South Australia, Western Australia, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, Victoria and Tasmania, there’s a role for you with HenderCare, wherever you are based.

From our cities to rural and remote regions, we provide care and support in hospitals and communities. This means you can keep working with us even if you move interstate, or from the city to the country.

As part of the HenderCare team, you’ll help our service recipients feel safe, cared for and supported – whether in their own home, community or in a hospital setting.

Welcoming you

When you join the HenderCare team, we take you through a thorough induction process. We introduce you to our policies, procedures and codes of practice. This helps you understand how we work, and gives you the opportunity to ask questions along the way.

Professional development

We’re committed to supporting our staff by giving you opportunities for professional development.

For nursing and allied health staff, this means helping you meet their AHPRA registration requirement of continuing professional development each year. We provide fully-funded mandatory competency training for nursing and allied health staff, with a range of options for completion, including through an easy-to-use online training platform.

Each year our team attend mandatory competency training sessions across a range of relevant topics.

Get in touch

If you want to make a difference in the lives of children, young adults and older Australians, we want to hear from you. Check out our current job vacancies or get in touch with our HR team via

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