• Employment

    ‘Marymead transforms
    the lives of vulnerable children and young people’

  • Employment

    Positions Vacant

    Forms & Information

    Application for Employment 2016 Application for Employment 2016 (216 KB)

    Applying for a job at Marymead 170819 Applying for a job at Marymead 170819 (475 KB)

    Marymead Collective Teamwork Agreement 2013-2015 Marymead Collective Teamwork Agreement 2013-2015 (460 KB)

    Working at Marymead

    Marymead, a well-respected, not-for-profit organisation servicing the ACT and southern and western regional areas of NSW, has been delivering a range of high quality, family support services to children, young people and their families since 1967.

    With offices in the ACT, Goulburn, Moruya and Wagga Wagga, Marymead has a staff of approximately 150, working full-time, part-time and casual. Staff are employed in a variety of roles: some providing direct care in short term accommodation programs; some work with clients in the clients’ homes; some staff have a case management role or are Program Managers or Coordinators, and there are administrative support staff who enable our services to operate smoothly.

    As Marymead enjoys Public Benevolent Institution status many staff are able to salary sacrifice a tax free allowance under current legislation.

    As a staff member at Marymead you will have:

    • Individual supervision, and in some programs, group supervision
    • Regular team meetings
    • Quarterly whole of Agency meetings
    • Opportunities to have input into your Program and the Agency
    • Training and professional development
    • Access to scholarships for formal courses of study
    • Regular updates about program activities and agency goals

    If you are interested in working at Marymead you can speak to the Program Manager or Coordinator to find out more information about the Program you are applying to work in. You can also ask the Program Manager if you can speak to a staff member currently working in the Program so you can get a direct understanding of what would be involved. Some staff work across more than one Program, and staff sometimes transfer from one Program to another to broaden their perspective and gain new skills.

    Employment at Marymead is dependent upon a successful Police Check. Applicants must also possess a current driver’s licence and Working With Vulnerable People registration.

  • Employment

    ‘Marymead transforms
    the lives of vulnerable children and young people’