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Positions Vacant


We are always looking for passionate, dedicated people to join our team.

Why choose Mosaic?

We aspire to be acknowledged as the employer of choice in the Disability Sector through our offering of career development opportunities, reward and recognition initiatives and lifestyle and wellness options including:

  • Competitive remuneration and salary packaging options.
  • Opportunities to advance career aspirations through learning and development opportunities.
  • Flexible working options to accommodate your lifestyle.
  • A generous long service leave policy.
  • Various reward and benefit options.
  • Wellness initiatives to support your health and well-being.
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 24 hours, 7 day per week.

Our values underpin the way we operate and the work environment we provide. We want to recruit employees who can contribute to our service excellence objective to enrich the lives of those we care for. In return we offer a safe, respectful, rewarding and inclusive working environment.

If you are interested in working for Mosaic, please take a look at our current opportunities or if you wish to be considered for a role that is not currently advertised please email your CV to hr@mosaiccc.org.

To apply for any of our vacancies submit an application letter (addressing the selection criteria) and a copy of your resume.
Applications can be emailed, or posted to:

Mosaic Community Care Inc
PO Box 2125 PALMYRA DC, WA 6961   Email: hr@mosaiccc.org   Fax:   (08) 9314 5844

Further information can be provided by the Human Resources and Training Department by phoning (08) 9314 5244.


Casual Support Worker

Location: South of the river – Baldivis, Bertram, Brookdale, Canning Vale, Kenwick, Medina, Port Kennedy, Safety Bay, Samson, Spearwood, Thornlie and Waikiki


 Do you strive for excellence? Are you passionate about enriching the lives of people with disabilities? Would you like a rewarding career? If so, Mosaic could be the place for you.

 At Mosaic we strive to enrich the lives of our clients and their families through dedication and respect as well as providing them with a caring, inclusive and supportive environment within which to live and grow.

As A Support Worker you will:

  • Provide support to our clients so that they can achieve their dreams and aspirations
  • Empower our clients to be independent by respecting their right to make informed decisions and choices
  • Working with other Mosaic team members to assist with the coordination and delivery of services
  • Respect family members’ input in supporting clients

 What we require:

  • Demonstrated ability to assist people with personal care, living skills, transport and with meeting goals and needs
  • A practical general knowledge of a human rights based approach in the individual and community context.
  • Some experience and knowledge of the community sector, including contemporary issues, legislation and regulatory compliance (such as the National Standards for Disability Services, developments and opportunities and application of relevant standards.
  • Sound understanding of Mosaic’s vision and values
  • Ability to manage and support diverse individuals in a challenging environment
  • Experience of working within disability programs and/or services
  • Be client focused, professional, independent, highly motivated and resilient

 In return we will provide you with:

  • A rewarding work environment
  • Competitive industry remuneration
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Professional training and development
  • Active social club and other incentives such as loyalty awards, employee referral awards

If you want to make a positive difference to the lives of people with disabilities, please apply by forwarding your details and a copy of your resume to hr@mosaiccc.org

Further information about Mosaic and the role please go to www.mosaiccc.org or contact HR Department on 9314 5244 or at hr@mosaiccc.org.


OSH & Quality Assurance Officer

Mosaic is a contemporary and innovative disability service provider going through a significant period of growth and change. The new Executive Team is implementing many new initiatives and developing the organisation further. We are now seeking to recruit an Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) & Quality Assurance Officer to join our expanding and diverse team.

If you want to make a positive difference to the lives of people with disability please apply online by COB 11 August 2017

The Role

Assisting the Executive Manager of Quality Assurance and Client Service Enhancement, the OSH & Quality Assurance Officer position plays a key role in all administration and operational matters relating to OSH & Quality Assurance. You must be passionate about keeping a quality, safe and healthy environment for people with disability, staff and visitors.  It is a great opportunity for someone wanting a career change such as moving into the not-for-profit disability sector.

Some of the duties and responsibilities include:-

  • Maintain, update and oversee all OSH State and Federal Legislation changes and ensuring all Policies & Procedures comply with these changes.
  • Support all matters relating to OSH and Quality Assurance.
  • Assist in coordinating rehabilitation and Return to Work strategies.
  • Coordinate development and implementation of Injury Management Systems.
  • Maintain and administer Quality Management Systems and processes.
  • Collaboratively collect, analyse and respond to data to enhance and improve within a continuous improvement framework.
  • Undertake risk assessments and development of safe work procedures and trainings for tasks and events.
  • Develop safety communications to prevent and minimise workplace incidents.
  • Monitor safety performance indicators and prepare analysis for reporting.
  • Assist to review and update health and safety policies, procedures and trainings.
  • Assist with coordinating the compilation of health and safety related trainings and presentations.
  • Maintain the systems and mechanisms that provide effective and reliable safeguards for people with disability.

What we require…

  • Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Health and Safety or qualifications in a relevant discipline.
  • Demonstrate knowledge in areas such as Risk Assessment and Management, Safeguarding, Workplace Inspections and Creation of Safe Operating Procedures.
  • Knowledge of human rights based approaches in disability.
  • Highly developed interpersonal, communication, negotiation and influencing skills, with the ability to engage effectively and build relationships with a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Considerable analytical, conceptual and report writing skills.

If you want to make a positive difference to the lives of people with disabilities, please apply by forwarding your details and a copy of your resume to hr@mosaiccc.org

Further information about Mosaic and the role please contact the HR Department on 9314 5244 or at hr@mosaiccc.org. To apply on line go to the Seek Job Advertisement.

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