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Start a career in aged care and make a real difference

With over 500 roles currently available on the Gold Coast and 54,700 new aged care and disability jobs becoming available in Australia in the next 4 years, now has never been a better time to work in aged care.

Get the support you need to secure an aged care job with St Vincent's.

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Find an aged care job at St Vincent's

Kindness works for us

At St Vincent's, we believe that what's on your CV is important, but what’s in your heart matters more. 

So, if you're the kind of person who puts compassion, connection and caring for others at the heart of everything you do, you’re our kind of person.

We currently have job vacancies across our Gold Coast homes.

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How to apply for a job at St Vincent's

Step 1

Check out our Gold Coast aged care jobs where all our current opportunities are listed

Step 2

Can't find the role you are looking for? Express your interest here

Step 3

Submit your application

Step 4

We will reach out to you to as jobs become available

What types of aged care jobs do you have?

St Vincent's Care employs a variety of roles across New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria including:

  • Personal care assistants
  • Registered Nurses
  • Enrolled Nurses
  • Maintenance Team Members
  • Baristas
  • Cooks, chefs & kitchen hands
  • Administration roles
  • And more

Our list of roles is always changing, so even if you don't see anything that suits you now, there's opportunities in the future at St Vincent's.

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How to apply for an aged care job in Sydney (with links)


1. Find the job that you want to apply for

You can go through all of the aged care provider's websites, but the vast majority of the time they're already featured on Seek, Jora or Indeed which are the top 3 job search engines in Australia (you can click the logos below and follow the links straight to the Sydney pages). 



If you're after a specific provider however, that's when your best chance will be to track down their recruitment page. 


Bonus tip: It looks even better for an application if you can get a recommendation from a friend that already works at the aged care home you’re applying at.

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2. Reach out with a tailored resume 

You can address it directly to the facility manager, Clinical Manager, but always send it through to the centralised job email address or through an online application service (like Seek). If you send a resume directly to a site, there’s more chance that it will just sit in someone’s inbox without a reply, or be left on a desk or in a filing cabinet without being followed up. 


Aged care providers invest a lot of time and money into recruitment (because they want you to stick around!). Take advantage of it and apply through the main areas for applications. 

 

 

3.  Prepare for a call from a recruiter 

If you’ve done everything else right, a recruitment specialist either from the aged care provider or an agency will reach out to have a chat with you. 

More often than not, this is to double check the information you’ve provided is accurate and up to date, but it’s also for the recruiter to get more information about you, your work history and why you want to work at that provider. 




The care team in a St Vincent's aged care home

When you come to work at St Vincent's, you'll have a team of people around you to support you in your career.

Facility manager

Responsible for the wellbeing of all staff and residents. Whatever the situation your Facility Manager is always on hand to help.

Care manager

Supports the registered nurses and lends their expertise with any health issues or concerns that need an extra set of eyes.

Lifestyle coordinators

Organises a lifestyle and activities program in the home that is fun, consistent and great for residents’ well-being.

Pastoral carer

Provides spiritual and emotional care to residents, families and staff.

Admissions coordinators

Your point of contact for touring homes and helping answer any questions you have about aged care.

Allied health

Health specialists including physiotherapists, podiatrists, dietitians and more that keep residents healthy and happy.

Care workers

Provide personal day to day support for you in your home. They also love having a laugh with residents!

Maintenance workers

Keeps homes running smoothly through facility repairs, gardening and more!

Nurses

Nurses administer medication, coordinate care plans and are the trusted go between for families and residents.

Residents

The most important members of St Vincent’s communities and an important part of supporting you to feel welcome, valued, and safe

Volunteers

Assist the pastoral care and lifestyle teams to make life in the St Vincent’s community brighter and better

St Vincent's aged care homes on the Gold Coast

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Arundel

St Vincent’s Care Arundel isn’t an aged care facility, it’s a home that feels like home.

Carefully set back and tucked away in Gold Coast suburbia, Arundel’s quiet, peaceful location is prime for anyone looking for somewhere with all the feeling of home and the joy of living in a tight-knit community. Arundel’s staff also make every day a delight with a personal  approach to care that celebrates residents as individuals. 


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Southport

Tucked away in Southport suburbia is St Vincent’s Care Southport; a vibrant community of residents and aged care staff who have always got something on.

Grab a coffee and play a round of cards, have a BBQ in the courtyard with family and friends, or if you can, go for an exercise class at Southport’s indoor pool!

No matter what you decide to do at Southport, you can be sure that staff will celebrate who you are as an individual. They take an interest in who you are and will always stop to have a chat with you.

Indigenous employment at St Vincent's

Greater representation of Indigenous people in the health workforce means better outcomes for everyone.

At St Vincent's, we want you to join us in improving the health and wellbeing of the elderly - especially Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander elders and residents.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you can't see the role you are looking for on our website right now, please send us an enquiry and we will get back to you. We are always on the lookout for new applications.

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There are some great benefits when you work for St Vincent's Care including:

  • Salary packaging that increases your take home pay (up to $15,990 tax free, Novated vehicle leasing, plus an optional Meals and Entertainment card up to $2,650 per annum)
  • Access to Fitness Passport (FP) which lets you whole family use participating gyms and pools for a discounted membership price.
  • No cost uniforms and training
  • Discounted health insurance
  • Free annual flu vaccination
  • Employee Assistance Program for staff and their families
  • Discounted hospital admissions
  • Discounted meals
  • Opportunity to work for the nation’s largest Catholic not-for-profit health and aged care provider with a rapidly growing and progressive vision.
  • Friendly team environment with a great community care spirit
  • Ability to visibly see your impact on the business and its service

Yes. You can apply for multiple vacancies.
 

There are many types of jobs available throughout our aged care facilities and within our corporate support teams ranging from Registered Nurses, Food Service Assistants, Receptionists, Maintenance Officers and Facility Managers, through to Executive Assistants, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing and Pastoral Care related roles.
 
At St Vincent’s Care Services we are always looking for a special kind of person – a St Vincent’s kind of person. Someone who puts compassion, connection and caring for other people at the heart of everything they do.

We value inclusivity and diversity and acknowledge the importance of creating a work environment that is welcome, safe, and inclusive. We invite people from all backgrounds to join our caring family.
As part of our Commitment to Reconciliation and Closing the Gap in employment related outcomes, we strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. For further information, visit https://www.svha.org.au/careers/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-recruitment or get in contact at indigenouscareers@svha.org.au
 

Because you’re like us, you believe that every act of kindness makes the world a better place. Better for everyone who lives in the 24+ facilities and locations we operate in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Better for all our staff and employees, who work tirelessly to provide the highest levels of care and quality of life for our clients and better support for the local communities we play an important role in to enable continued support.
Our spiritual and hospital-based heritage has taught us that wellness is about more than medical needs.

It’s about building a true partnership around trust and respect. That’s why we take a person-centred approach – delivering holistic, individual care that achieves wellbeing for mind, body and spirit.
At St Vincent's Care, we are committed to ensuring our residents and clients are at the center of everything we do. Central to meeting this commitment is our staff, who are dedicated, skilled and passionate about improving the lives of those who entrust us with their care.

What’s on your CV is important, but what’s in your heart matters more.
Because at St Vincent’s, kindness works for us.
 

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