We are always looking for passionate, positive, strong role models to join the team and start an amazing and rewarding career working alongside people that are experiencing social isolation.

We hire people from diverse backgrounds and seek creative, outside-the-box thinkers looking to make a meaningful difference in someone’s life. A Mentor’s responsibilities may include:

  • Supporting clients to gain independence in everyday life and learn new skills
  • Connecting clients with recreational, sporting or community groups
  • Supporting clients to use public transport
  • Helping clients find and keep a job
  • Collaborating with key people in the client’s life
  • Being a role model and advocating for people living with disability
  • Participation in peer support meetings

Apply today for a rewarding career in disability support.

“I stumbled across Inclusion WA in late 2014 after taking some time off from work and Uni life to focus on my biggest hobby, music. I was sent on a training day at Inclusion WA and thought ‘wow this is where I want to work!’ The rest is history, my ‘gap year’ lasted for about two months and I’ve been here ever since.”

Jess De Masi, Individualised Services Manager - South

Why Inclusion WA

What makes us unique?

  • We mindfully match Mentors to clients based on common interests, demographics, availabilities, skills and knowledge.
  • We do not roster our staff. Instead, we enable you and your clients to decide when you will regularly meet, based on their needs and your availability.
  • We promote a positive work-life balance and our casual work environment allows you to fit work around your existing commitments.

The Benefits

We offer our employees a range of benefits to support their success and ensure a healthy work-life balance.

  • Rewarding work that is far more than ‘just a job’
  • Flexible work conditions (hours and location)
  • Ongoing 1:1 supervision, training and career development
  • Salary packaging opportunities of up to $18,550 per year
  • Access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Supportive team culture and regular social events
  • Technology allowance
  • Cultural and ceremonial leave

While the following are not requirements for applicants, we are interested to hear from you if you have any experience in; employment services, mental health, working alongside marginalised groups, youth or support work.

Prior experience is not necessary. We recruit on a values-based system and welcome people from diverse backgrounds.

We strongly encourage applications from people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse people, and people from the LGBTIQA+ community. We welcome and value your lived experience and knowledge.

A rewarding career awaits

If you are a positive, flexible and adaptable individual looking to support people living with disability to achieve their goals, we have a role for you.

Apply now