Here's what to expect when you apply to join Team InLife
We know it takes a lot of effort to apply for a new job, so we read every job application. Every. Single. One. And we always reply to let you know the outcome, because nobody deserves to be left hanging.
A few things to know
To make sure you’ve submitted a great application, there are few things to keep in mind.
NDIS Worker Screening Check
You’ll need this clearance check before you can work with people who are NDIS participants. We ask everyone in both service delivery and business support to apply for this check. Find out more about what's involved and how to apply online through Service Victoria.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination
Based on the COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination (Workers) Directions, InLife is required to collect, record and hold vaccination information about you.
To work with us you’ll need to be fully vaccinated, which for the disability sector will mean three doses, or hold a relevant medical exemption. We'll ask you to provide proof of vaccination.
This applies to team members in both service delivery and business support.
Working with Children Check
We’re committed to ensuring the rights, safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. We have a zero tolerance of child abuse and every InLife employee has a responsibility to make sure all children and young people are safe and feel safe.
If you’re working with a client who is under 18 years of age, you’ll need a current Working with Children Check.
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You’ll have the opportunity to upload your resume and also record a video message if you like, which we love because it helps us get to know you
If you’re successful, we’ll arrange a meet-and-greet with us and the first client you’ll be working with. Assuming you’re a good match, you become part of the team and depending on your experience, begin training with us.