Find Your Opportunity

There are excellent ongoing opportunities available for enthusiastic and dedicated staff to join our team.

We have continuously built on our experience, skills, and qualifications focusing on excellent customer service and developing a great team. We are always looking for experienced and competent workers to join our team on a full-time or causal basis in the Adelaide northern suburbs.

At Senami, we aim to support community cohesiveness by providing supports for the most vulnerable members of our community. We demonstrate and show respect and integrity, collaborating to assist our clients to achieve their goals.

Current Openings

An excellent on-going opportunity is now available for enthusiastic and dedicated Youth and/or Disability Support Staff to join our team. To successfully secure the position, it is essential that you:

  • Are willing to work with clients , providing them with support and helping them to achieve their potential. The primary focus of work at Senami Counselling is on the personal, social, cultural and educational development of clients in Australia.
  • Understand and acknowledge duty of confidentiality to ensure they will not at any time disclose to any unauthorized person confidential information of the employing organisation which comes to their knowledge during the course of their employment.
  • Ability to work sensitively and professionally with people, family/community or support networks.
  • Undertake all relevant administration duties, including accurate documentation of all relevant client information, case notes and program outcomes. Youth and disability support work has an administrative side to it, and workers are regularly required to draft reports and maintain administrative records, which detail the progress of the clients in Senami Counselling’s care.
  • Empowering youths and giving them opportunities that they would otherwise miss out on. Provide help, support, mentoring and guidance to clients.
  • Support clients to make choices about their present and future options, regarding education, health, careers, medications, sex and social situations.
  • Organise and participate in activities with clients by working directly with them on their personal issues, assessing their needs, listening to their problems, establishing goals, mentoring them and supporting them through tough times.
  • Organising community-based projects, which provide clients with avenues to express themselves, raise concerns and discuss their aspirations.
  • Maintain all assets consistent with Work Health and Safety regulations. Ensure all equipment is cleaned, accounted for and locked away in designated area after each use.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, Individuals with Disabilities or lived experiences as well as Migrants are highly encouraged to apply.

  • LOCATION: Adelaide. Smithfield SA 5114
  • ELIGIBILITY: No restriction on working hours (e.g. permanent resident)
Apply

An excellent on-going opportunity is now available for enthusiastic and dedicated Youth and/or Disability Support Staff to join our team. To successfully secure the position, it is essential that you:

  • Are willing to work with clients , providing them with support and helping them to achieve their potential. The primary focus of work at Senami Counselling is on the personal, social, cultural and educational development of clients in Australia.
  • Understand and acknowledge duty of confidentiality to ensure they will not at any time disclose to any unauthorized person confidential information of the employing organisation which comes to their knowledge during the course of their employment.
  • Ability to work sensitively and professionally with people, family/community or support networks.
  • Undertake all relevant administration duties, including accurate documentation of all relevant client information, case notes and program outcomes. Youth and disability support work has an administrative side to it, and workers are regularly required to draft reports and maintain administrative records, which detail the progress of the clients in Senami Counselling’s care.
  • Empowering youths and giving them opportunities that they would otherwise miss out on. Provide help, support, mentoring and guidance to clients.
  • Support clients to make choices about their present and future options, regarding education, health, careers, medications, sex and social situations.
  • Organise and participate in activities with clients by working directly with them on their personal issues, assessing their needs, listening to their problems, establishing goals, mentoring them and supporting them through tough times.
  • Organising community-based projects, which provide clients with avenues to express themselves, raise concerns and discuss their aspirations.
  • Maintain all assets consistent with Work Health and Safety regulations. Ensure all equipment is cleaned, accounted for and locked away in designated area after each use.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, Individuals with Disabilities or lived experiences as well as Migrants are highly encouraged to apply.

  • LOCATION: Adelaide. Smithfield SA 5114
  • ELIGIBILITY: No restriction on working hours (e.g. permanent resident)
Apply

An excellent on-going opportunity is now available for enthusiastic and dedicated Youth and/or Disability Support Staff to join our team. To successfully secure the position, it is essential that you:

  • Are willing to work with clients , providing them with support and helping them to achieve their potential. The primary focus of work at Senami Counselling is on the personal, social, cultural and educational development of clients in Australia.
  • Understand and acknowledge duty of confidentiality to ensure they will not at any time disclose to any unauthorized person confidential information of the employing organisation which comes to their knowledge during the course of their employment.
  • Ability to work sensitively and professionally with people, family/community or support networks.
  • Undertake all relevant administration duties, including accurate documentation of all relevant client information, case notes and program outcomes. Youth and disability support work has an administrative side to it, and workers are regularly required to draft reports and maintain administrative records, which detail the progress of the clients in Senami Counselling’s care.
  • Empowering youths and giving them opportunities that they would otherwise miss out on. Provide help, support, mentoring and guidance to clients.
  • Support clients to make choices about their present and future options, regarding education, health, careers, medications, sex and social situations.
  • Organise and participate in activities with clients by working directly with them on their personal issues, assessing their needs, listening to their problems, establishing goals, mentoring them and supporting them through tough times.
  • Organising community-based projects, which provide clients with avenues to express themselves, raise concerns and discuss their aspirations.
  • Maintain all assets consistent with Work Health and Safety regulations. Ensure all equipment is cleaned, accounted for and locked away in designated area after each use.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, Individuals with Disabilities or lived experiences as well as Migrants are highly encouraged to apply.

  • LOCATION: Adelaide. Smithfield SA 5114
  • ELIGIBILITY: No restriction on working hours (e.g. permanent resident)
Apply

An excellent on-going opportunity is now available for enthusiastic and dedicated Youth and/or Disability Support Staff to join our team. To successfully secure the position, it is essential that you:

  • Are willing to work with clients , providing them with support and helping them to achieve their potential. The primary focus of work at Senami Counselling is on the personal, social, cultural and educational development of clients in Australia.
  • Understand and acknowledge duty of confidentiality to ensure they will not at any time disclose to any unauthorized person confidential information of the employing organisation which comes to their knowledge during the course of their employment.
  • Ability to work sensitively and professionally with people, family/community or support networks.
  • Undertake all relevant administration duties, including accurate documentation of all relevant client information, case notes and program outcomes. Youth and disability support work has an administrative side to it, and workers are regularly required to draft reports and maintain administrative records, which detail the progress of the clients in Senami Counselling’s care.
  • Empowering youths and giving them opportunities that they would otherwise miss out on. Provide help, support, mentoring and guidance to clients.
  • Support clients to make choices about their present and future options, regarding education, health, careers, medications, sex and social situations.
  • Organise and participate in activities with clients by working directly with them on their personal issues, assessing their needs, listening to their problems, establishing goals, mentoring them and supporting them through tough times.
  • Organising community-based projects, which provide clients with avenues to express themselves, raise concerns and discuss their aspirations.
  • Maintain all assets consistent with Work Health and Safety regulations. Ensure all equipment is cleaned, accounted for and locked away in designated area after each use.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, Individuals with Disabilities or lived experiences as well as Migrants are highly encouraged to apply.

  • LOCATION: Adelaide. Smithfield SA 5114
  • ELIGIBILITY: No restriction on working hours (e.g. permanent resident)
Apply

An excellent on-going opportunity is now available for enthusiastic and dedicated Youth and/or Disability Support Staff to join our team. To successfully secure the position, it is essential that you:

  • Are willing to work with clients , providing them with support and helping them to achieve their potential. The primary focus of work at Senami Counselling is on the personal, social, cultural and educational development of clients in Australia.
  • Understand and acknowledge duty of confidentiality to ensure they will not at any time disclose to any unauthorized person confidential information of the employing organisation which comes to their knowledge during the course of their employment.
  • Ability to work sensitively and professionally with people, family/community or support networks.
  • Undertake all relevant administration duties, including accurate documentation of all relevant client information, case notes and program outcomes. Youth and disability support work has an administrative side to it, and workers are regularly required to draft reports and maintain administrative records, which detail the progress of the clients in Senami Counselling’s care.
  • Empowering youths and giving them opportunities that they would otherwise miss out on. Provide help, support, mentoring and guidance to clients.
  • Support clients to make choices about their present and future options, regarding education, health, careers, medications, sex and social situations.
  • Organise and participate in activities with clients by working directly with them on their personal issues, assessing their needs, listening to their problems, establishing goals, mentoring them and supporting them through tough times.
  • Organising community-based projects, which provide clients with avenues to express themselves, raise concerns and discuss their aspirations.
  • Maintain all assets consistent with Work Health and Safety regulations. Ensure all equipment is cleaned, accounted for and locked away in designated area after each use.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, Individuals with Disabilities or lived experiences as well as Migrants are highly encouraged to apply.

  • LOCATION: Adelaide. Smithfield SA 5114
  • ELIGIBILITY: No restriction on working hours (e.g. permanent resident)
Apply
Our Benefits

You will get to develop a range of different skills while performing a job that has direct positive impact in our community.

Our Culture

We empower individuals to be self-aware and promote well being for a healthy community. Thus we look to empower our entire team to provide the best respectful, non-judgemental, empathic service. In our work environment we aim to breath integrity, compassion and respect

Join Our Team

We are looking for professionals that can deliver professional, person-centered care and positive behaviour support.