Working With Hessel
At Hessel Group, we are a family. We are all working towards the same goals and we love to do this together! If you want to be part of a strong, supportive culture, Hessel Group may be the organisation for you.
We are serious about getting the right people on board because the work that you will do is so important. Dependent on your experience you will have opportunities to provide care and support to families and children or support to people living with a disability or you could be part of our administration team servicing the needs of our Allied Health, Enhance Training, Hessel GTO, Hessel Children's Centre or Care and Support businesses.
Hessel Group is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We highly encourage applications from people who identify as a part of the Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community.
Why should you join our team?
Our Values:- Collaborative. Committed. Creative.
Collaborative: We act in a manner that nurtures confidence and trust.
Committed: We uphold and actively promote compassion, diversity and inclusion within the social care industry.
Creative: We offer accessible communication and strive to continually improve at a high standard with customised solutions.
Hessel Group has opportunities available working with children and young people in caring roles both within family homes and in care. If you are thinking about working with children and young people, understand the social and emotional development of this age group, then this may be the job for you.
Working with us will provide you with the flexibility to choose your hours, with work available 24/7. At Hessel Group we are here to support you, whether it’s within your day to day role or providing you with access to industry specific resources and training.
We care about our staff, whether you are employed by us or a contractor.
With Hessel Group you can work with individuals living with a disability. Depending on your experience you may want to focus on early childhood and young people, or you may have a passion working with adults, it is up to you. As a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Provider, we support people from the age of 0 to 64 years of age.
Click here to read about mature age people taking up a flexible and rewarding career as a support worker. Individual Support trainer with Enhance Training, Mel likes to call this opportunity the career "Sea Change".
Hessel Group's Director and Chief Strategy Officer Brad Seaman caught up with Director of Jobedge, Carolyn Mount as part of their "What it's like to work for" initiative.
Jobedge and Hessel Group are proud sponsors of Fresh Jobs.
November 2022 was a very busy month for recruitment at Hessel Group and Enhance Training. Read here about some of the team members that commenced through the month.
Are you, or someone you know interested in a career as a Support Worker? Read about preparing yourself for the best start here.