The care sector has one of the largest and fastest-growing workforces in Australia. More than 30,000 people across the Illawarra and South Coast work in care sector jobs in aged care, home and community services, and disability services with a diverse range of care sector jobs and exciting careers on offer.

 

Whether you're just leaving school, returning to the workforce, need a part-time job while you study or look after your family, or thinking of a career change with full training provided, the care sector has a job for you. 


This CareForce Hub is here to provide you with information about available jobs and help you get a job in the care sector.​ 

Working in a care career can be incredibly fun and rewarding. Find out more about the types of careers available here

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Browse the latest job vacancies in the care sector across the Illawarra and South Coast and get access to resources to help you search and apply for your next job.

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Find information about the broad range of career opportunities available that assist with the wellbeing of people in our communities. Research the limitless potential for career growth and progression. 

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Get to know employers in the Illawarra and South Coast and learn about the services they provide to support the community in aged care, disability services, home care and more.

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roles available now

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Home Instead, 
Care Giver Roles, Wollongong

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Care Service Employees, Warrigal,
Illawarra

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Disability Support Worker, The Disability Trust, Wollongong

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Acknowledgement of Country

We wish to acknowledge and respect the Traditional Lands of all Aboriginal people and to acknowledge Aboriginal and  Torres Strait Islander people as the First Australian people of the land that we work and live upon. We pay our respects to all Elders past, present and those of the future and ask that all those who walk, work and live on traditional Aboriginal lands to be respectful of Aboriginal culture and traditions.