If you are interested in supporting people with a disability, there are a few different ways you could do this. On a regular basis, roles either supporting people on a one-to-one basis or in a group environment become available for application.  We also have opportunities available in various lines of management that you may be interested if you have the relevant experience. We are a progressive organisation and like to promote career advancement for our staff.  

How Do I Find Out More Or Apply?

All of our externally-advertised positions can be found at the Ethical Jobs and CareCareers websites – refer www.ethicaljobs.com.au and www.carecareers.com.au. Details of the position, the experience you require, the qualifications that are necessary for the position, and the position pre-requisites can be found on the Careers page. You are welcome to contact Head Office and speak with our Recruitment and Training Co-ordinator to discuss the opportunities in further detail.

Current Vacancies

If you see a vacancy that you are interested in, it really is simple. You are able to complete an Application Form and attach all of your relevant documentation to it. It can be submitted electronically through our website or emailed to our Recruitment and Training Co-ordinator.  

Professional Development of Staff

The quality of our service relies on the people who work for us. To ensure your qualifications and knowledge are up-to-date you will be supported to continue to be involved in a range of professional development activities.


Every new staff member to MiLife Victoria is involved in an induction and orientation program. You will have an overview of the organisation as well as information on how to access to all the resources and systems available to you to perform your job to the highest of your ability. You will be guided through a 3 month self-paced learning program while being supported by your manager.

Support Sessions

Regular meetings between you and your manager allow an opportunity for your to discuss your day to day work, identifying any issues and/or any further professional development that you may need.

Professional Development days

Three Professional Development days are offered throughout the year to all staff. The content of these days are developed in response to any changes in the sector, as well as considering all feedback and requests from staff with suggestions about where they feel they need more training.