Make a difference, every day
Families & Young People | Aged Care Services | Disability Supports | Corporate Services
At Mercy Community, we’re committed to achieving the best outcomes for the people we support. It’s what drives us, what brings us joy, what we are proud of. We take our inspiration from Catherine McAuley and the Sisters of Mercy, and their legacy of care. It’s our mission to make a difference and we’re looking for passionate, dedicated people to join our team. Are you with us?
We offer compassion and empathy, taking the time to walk in another’s shoes. We act with kindness and a generosity of the spirit, believing in our mission and nurturing hope and joy amongst the people we support.
We are guided by principles of honesty, transparency and accountability, and authentically practice integrity in our work every day.
We celebrate the right of a person to be valued and respected for who they are, we embrace the intrinsic worth and diversity of all people, and we strive to learn and grow in our delivery of culturally appropriate practice.
We seek to meet people where they are at, quietly holding a space of unlimited possibility for all people, reducing barriers, expanding choice and achieving potential.
Why choose Mercy Community?
Values-driven colleagues and work environment
The opportunity to make a real difference
Professional development focus
Inclusive workplace with a commitment to Reconciliation
Flexibility within rosters and work hours
Salary packaging & novated leasing
Employee Assistance Program & specialist First Nations counsellors
Employee Referral Program
Paid Blue Card or NDIS Worker Screening Check if required
A day in the life…
Their words, their stories. Hear from some of our team members as they talk about their work and why they love what they do.
Find out from Carol what makes her proud to be a Residential Care Worker with Mercy Community.
Discover what a day in the life of a Personal Care Assistant in aged care is like from Jo and Lea.
Renae describes her role as a Disability Support Worker in a Supported Independent Living (SIL) home.
An all-inclusive workplace
At Mercy Community, we embrace inclusion as an expression of our core values. We are dedicated to ensuring that all Mercy Community employees and people we support, will:
- Feel welcomed, valued and safe
- Have a shared sense of belonging and purpose
- Have equitable access to opportunities and resources, and
- Be empowered to fully contribute their story, talents and unique perspectives, for the collective wellbeing of all.
We support our team members who are of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. We are committed to Reconciliation, and our vision is for a world that embraces the diversity of Australia and has a deep respect for Traditional Custodians, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities.
We support team members who are from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, who live with disability or mental health challenges, and who are from the LGBTIQA+ community.
We are also committed to protecting children and vulnerable adults at risk within our community as part of the National Catholic Safeguarding Standards.