Working with us

Communities@Work employs over 600 people across a variety of diverse roles and areas. We offer opportunities in: Education and Care, Out of School Hours Care, Community Services, Disability, Aged Care, Administration, Cooks, Drivers, Teaching, Youth Work, Program Management, Human Resources, Payroll and Marketing and Communication, and more.

We strive to ensure Communities@Work is the fairest, happiest, healthiest and most productive organisation we can create. Our employees work for us because they are proud of the difference they are making in the community.
In accordance with a progressive Enterprise Agreement, we offer our employees a range of amazing benefits inclusive of salary packaging, leave concessions, child care discounts, healthy activity disbursements and much more.

Ascend Program

A qualification for you. A career with us.

Communities@Work offers unique, paid-for, world class traineeships that will open up exciting career and personal development opportunities in the ACT. Selected trainees gain valuable paid experience, working across our children’s services while they complete their Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, with practical support provided every step of the way. Click here to find out more.

What our employees say

Here is what some of our wonderful employees, past and present have said about working for Communities‍@‍Work.

Gini reflects on 30 years with Communities‍@‍Work

Communities‍@‍Work has been very supportive of my growth as an educator and a leader”

“When a parent comes in and says ‘my child goes home happy’, perfect! I’m done for the day. That’s the best thing that you want to hear.”

Cindylee, Room Leader at Communities‍@‍Work’s Narrabundah Early Childhood Service.

“There’s lots of things that bring me back to work every day… The main thing is when you just walk in to the room and the children are excited to see you… that’s probably the biggest thing. It’s something so little, but it really makes you feel like you’re making a difference in their lives.”

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