Working in the disability sector is immensely rewarding, personally and professionally.

ASPIRE disABILITY provides individualised support to people. Human resources recruit carefully to find people who share our values and are likely to be a good ‘match’ with a person i.e., people who share similar interests, who live reasonably close, have the relevant skills or who know the local community of the person requiring support.

Support workers who work with our organisation help people to build friendships, develop skills and become active within their community.

ASPIRE disABILITY is seeking self-motivated people to provide support to people who have a disability living in the community from Cockburn to Pinjarra and surrounding areas of Western Australia.

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There are several steps you can take in preparation for working within ASPIRE disABILITY:

  • Ensure you have a current NDIS Worker Clearance, Working with Children check and current Driver’s Licence (C-A Minimum). If you are successful in being offered a role at ASPIRE disABILITY, and do not presently hold an NDIS Worker Clearance, or WWC you will be required to obtain one prior to commencing employment with us in line with NDIS requirements.
  • If applying for a Support Worker position, you must obtain your First Aid and Manual Handling Certificate prior to commencing.
  • To comply with the NDIS “Code of Conduct” it is now a requirement that all support workers across the Disability Sector complete the following module’s: Worker Orientation Module ‘Quality Safety and You”, New Worker NDIS Orientation Module, Understanding Abuse – Zero Tolerance and Infection Control – COVID-19 Training

These modules are interactive online courses that explains the obligations of workers under the NDIS Code of Conduct – from the perspective of NDIS participants. It was developed in consultation with the sector, including NDIS providers and people with a disability.

These modules are free and will take roughly 30-120 mins to complete all together but can be completed individually at your own pace, prior to commencement. Once completed, please download your Certificates of Completion.

Please click on the links below:

Understanding Abuse eLearning Program (

If you have any enquires, or wish to submit an expression of interest for employment, please forward your resume to

ASPIRE disABILITY is an Equal Employment Opportunities employer and recruit staff based on merit.

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  • 26/397 Warnbro Sound Avenue, Port Kennedy WA

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