Thanks for having a look at our career opportunities page. We are always on the lookout for top talent and people who demonstrate our Values – Passion, Belief in Humanity, Integrity in all we do and Innovative Spirit.
Our team members come from a wide variety of backgrounds, and we have a mixture of full-time, part-time, casual, ongoing, and fixed term roles.
ACSO is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We embrace diversity within our workforce and as such, encourage applications from appropriately qualified and skilled people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds including those from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Island heritage. ACSO is committed to ensuring children in our care or the care of those we support are safe and protected from harm.
Apply to Work with ACSO
We advertise our current vacancies on our recruitment portal, Seek and Ethical Jobs. We encourage you to keep an eye out on these platforms and apply for upcoming vacancies by visiting our recruitment portal.
If you are having trouble accessing our recruitment portal or have any general queries relating to our vacancies or other roles at ACSO, please reach out to our friendly People and Culture team via email@example.com.
Mandatory Compliance Requirements
Please note, ACSO have some compliance requirements that all employees must satisfy. The position description and job advertisement will specify which compliance requirements are needed for each individual role. We will provide more information on these requirements during the recruitment process.
ACSO is committed to maintaining a working environment that is safe and minimises risk to the health and wellbeing of all employees, clients, contractors, volunteers and representatives. ACSO’s position is for all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
All roles at ACSO
ACSO employees undergo a National Police Record Check (NPRC) on a three yearly basis. We will arrange an NPRC on your behalf (at our expense) during the recruitment process if you are a preferred candidate.
ACSO is committed to maintaining a working environment that is safe and minimises risk to the health and wellbeing of all employees, clients, contractors, volunteers and representatives. ACSO’s new employees will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. All ACSO preferred candidates are required to provide proof of their vaccination status, prior to offers of employment being made.
Client-facing (operational) roles at ACSO
As a registered NDIS provider, ACSO employees in risk assessed roles are required to hold an NDIS Worker Screening Clearance (at their own expense) before they commence employment with ACSO. This is a new national check introduced by the NDIS Commission effective 01 February 2021. The check is valid for five years and transferable across NDIS providers.
Roles with exposure to people under 18 years of age:
Any role with the potential to work with children will also require an employee Working with Children Check (WWCC).
Your Future Role
ACSO has approximately 450 employees and we offer a range of roles across our client facing (Operations) teams and our Business Services teams.
We regularly recruit to positions in our Operations teams and are always on the lookout for passionate people to join our Forensic Drug and Alcohol Assessment, Forensic Residential Care, and Forensic Case Work Services programs in particular.
These are just some of the roles we offer at ACSO and is not an exhaustive list – keep an eye on our recruitment portal for other jobs we are recruiting for!
Within our Business Services team we have employees working in IT, Finance, Facilities, Strategy and People and Culture.
General Recruitment Process
At ACSO we want to ensure we hire people who are passionate about what we do, who share our values and who can bring enthusiasm and add value to the team. We have a fair and open selection process.
This is what you may expect during our selection process.
We want you to do your best in your interview, so here are some handy tips that may help you throughout the recruitment process: