Jobs and Employment at St Michaels

Administration staff 

Sorry, there are no current vacancies for part-time or full-time Administration Staff but we are always interesting in hearing from people seeking work in our Industry Sector.

We value applications from experienced people, and also from people who have relevant life skills and are willing to learn.

St Michaels provides high quality support and education for people within our residential, community outreach, respite, individual support and day support programs.

For more information: Call John Gilpin, CEO on 6331 7651 or email to John.Gilpin@stmichaels.asn.au

Support Staff

We value applications from experienced support workers, and also from people who have relevant life skills and are willing to learn.

St Michaels provides high quality support and education for people within our residential, community outreach, respite, individual support and day support programs.

Please email your resume to admin@stmichaels.asn.au

 

General information

Forms

Application for employment form

National Minimum Data Set Collections – NMDS

Work in Launceston and Northern Tasmania

Most of St Michael’s activities are in the Launceston Area, which employs about 35 full-time equivalent staff.

Shift work includes overnight and weekend work, as well as some day shifts. 

Work includes intensive support for people with intellectual disabilities, and challenging behaviours in small group settings and residential services. Some people may find this work emotionally demanding.

The local Examiner Newspaper website has links to other information about the area: www.examiner.com.au.

Work elsewhere in Tasmania

At present St Michael’s has about 8 full-time equivalent staff positions in southern Tasmania. More work is becoming available in Southern Tasmania, and NE and NW Tasmania.

This work generally involves day shifts during the week and weekends with young people.  

Work includes intensive support for people with intellectual disabilities, and challenging behaviours in small group settings. Some people may find this work emotionally demanding.

The local Mercury Newspaper has links to other information about the area: www.themercury.com.au.