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Work with us

​Are you looking for a rewarding career to promote and support people’s individual development and community participation?

Are you self-motivated and organised?

Are you able to inspire and motivate others?

If so, please contact us to enquire about opportunities at Mulleraterong Centre.


Working at mulleraterong

​Mulleraterong Centre offers applicants who would like to join our team of Disability Support Professionals the opportunity to undertake 2 weeks of voluntary orientation, during which the applicant’s suitability for the position will be evaluated.

Following successful completion of voluntary orientation, the successful applicant will be offered one week’s paid training, after which they will be offered casual relief work, be included in all training and be considered for any permanent work that arises.

An NDIS Worker Screening Check is required, and Level 2 First Aid may be completed upon appointment.


Work placements

Mulleraterong provides placements for people completing various courses and training, including nursing, aged care and disability.



Experience is not necessary. We have opportunities in:

Gardening, Arts and Crafts, Games, puzzles and activities, Cooking, Shopping, IT and Computers, Garden Maintenance or Woodworking, Recreation, sports and leisure activities.

Or you may have a unique talent that you would like to share with us.

If you are unsure, we can answer your questions on the phone or at your initial interview.

Why volunteer with Mulleraterong Centre?

Volunteering provides the opportunity to meet a range of people and participate in a variety of activities. Our volunteers are highly valued and become members of the Mulleraterong family. Their support enhances our programs and enriches the lives of our clients. Our volunteers gain a sense of satisfaction from helping others and giving back to the community while learning new skills and meeting new people.

The first step is to make an appointment to speak with the CEO regarding opportunities or simply register your interest using the contact form on this website.

Who can volunteer?

Anyone who is interested in making a positive contribution and no experience is necessary. We offer a no obligation come and try session if you are unsure.

What kind of work can volunteers do?

Mostly engaging with clients, perhaps doing a puzzle or reading, playing catch or going for a walk, assisting a client to deliver Meals on Wheels or going for a swim. If anyone wants to make a contribution in the area of odd jobs and handy man type tasks, we always have opportunities in that area too.

What current opportunities are available?

Engaging with clients and assisting them to participate in any of the 50+ programs and activities we offer.

What length and type of commitment are expected of volunteers?

We ask that volunteers make themselves available for a session from 9-11am or 9 –12pm or 1– 3pm or all day. As long (in days or weeks) as they wish to keep coming we are grateful and appreciative to have them.

Are there short-term or one-off volunteer opportunities?

Yes – we regularly go on excursions and are always appreciative of extra assistance.

How will I be supported whilst volunteering?

You will be under the supervision of an experienced Activity Leader at all times and you will not be asked to do anything you are not comfortable and confident to do. We offer orientation and our volunteers are invited to attend all staff training if they wish. Often, volunteering can lead to paid work if that is of interest to the volunteer.