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 Who are we

Premium Care Services works to create an environment where all people, regardless of ability, can grow, make choices and be valued and contributing members of the community


We’re always looking for various support workers and health (including registered nurses, social workers and allied health professionals) to join our dynamic and vibrant team. PCS provides one-on one supervision to all its staff 


Disability Support Workers (Casual roles)

  Location: Canberra

     Premium Care Services (PCS) is looking for energetic and passionate Disability Workers to make a lasting difference in  our participants’ lives. The role requires experienced professionals to join our specialised team of staff whose goal is to maintain a diverse range of participant-centred services – all designed to build a participant’s capacity to engage with their communities. This can be within the home, social, educational, emotional and life skills area with outcomes to be in a safe, caring and supportive environment

About  Premium Care Services 

PCS is an approved NDIS service provider and leading specialist provider of in home and community Support to people with disability. We pride ourselves on delivering person centred approach to enhance the quality of life for our participants and their families. PCS offers disability services nationally where our participants are matched with a support worker who is trained to focus on positive reinforcement, trust-building. PCS aims to achieve the participants’ goals by engaging participants in one-on-one outing and group adventures in the community to ensure that the independence and lifestyle choices of all people living with disability are valued and upheld. We strive to empower our participants to live life as independently as possible and offer qualified support staff to work with our participants, their families and carers. PCS provides one-on-one supervision to all its support workers

Position Requirements 

The Disability Support Worker will be required to provide support with:  

  • Transportation
  • Community, social & recreational activities
  • Assistance with daily life activities
  • Live in care
  • Assistance with self-care activities (showering, dressing, grooming & toilet assistance)
  • Post hospital care
  • Overnight care
  • 24 Hour care
  • Incidental domestic tasks
  • The right to work in Australia

Experience in a similar role is advantageous but not essential; most important to us is the delivery of the best customer experience, every day. We encourage creativity and collaboration to enable excellent outcomes for the people we support. Our participants are diverse and so are we

To be successful for this role you will have:  

  • Certificate III or IV in Disability
  • Current manual handling and medication management (or willing to obtain one)
  • Current Australian Driver’s License
  • Current First Aid Certificate (or willing to obtain one)
  • Registered vehicle with comprehensive insurance
  • Smart phone and internet access
  • Working With Vulnerable People check
  • Australian Police check
  • Good interpersonal communication skills

Those who have the following   attributes would be highly regarded for this team:  

  • Positive, open minded, respectful and reliable
  • Someone who is a fast learner and can show common sense
  • Passionate in what they do

If you feel you are the right person for this role please send your resume to: