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At Intereach, we understand the importance of valuing employees and supporting them to make a difference to the lives of people in the community.

We live by our values, we celebrate diversity, provide great learning and development opportunities and promote a safe and healthy workplace.

We work to ensure employees have a voice within the organisation, particularly around decisions that affect them, continuously work to improve opportunities for the sharing of knowledge, and provide a great organisational culture.

Join us to make a difference to people’s lives…

Volunteer with us

The success of Intereach has been built upon the valuable contribution of volunteers from the local community.

Our volunteers tell us it’s a great way to get some experience, get out into the community and build networks.

If you love helping other people, we have a variety of volunteering opportunities available. Some ways in which you can contribute are:

  • Social Support
  • Community Transport driving
  • Community Hub assistance
  • Assist with group activities
  • Meals on Wheels
  • No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS)

Please browse the available volunteer role profiles to help you make a decision on the best volunteer fit for you.

You are required to undertake a Police Check and Working with Children Check before you start. We will explain this process and help you with the forms if required.

Sound great?

Contact us on 1300 488 226 or email

Student placements

At Intereach, we understand the importance of supporting the next generation of skilled people to work in the community sector. Workplace experience is crucial in building an understanding of the practical skills required when supporting people in the local community.

We welcome and support a variety of workplace and student placement opportunities throughout our various office locations in the region.

Join us to learn what it takes to make a difference to people’s lives…


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Current vacancies

Application close 26/02/2020 5:00 pm
Location: Mildura
Full Time - 38 / week
Position No. 2020/019

Intereach is a leader amongst community organisations. Today, we span 38 local government areas and have more than 380 staff who deliver more than 30 programs.

At Intereach, we are committed to developing community infrastructure and supporting rural and regional communities.  Our Vision of Strong Supported Communities is what drives us daily to ensure our local communities are at the heart of everything we do.

Intereach is excited to introduce the Community Links program. Community Links enhances the high quality service already being offered by our staff in linking local people to a range of services and supports available in their community. The program has been developed by Intereach staff and is built on the platform of our ‘no wrong door policy’ – essentially, everyone is welcome into any one of our 16 offices across southern NSW and Northern Victoria and our Linkers will be there to help them get the support they need, when they need it.

Intereach is seeking a highly motivated, positive and personable individual to become part of our Community Links team in the role of Aboriginal Community Linker – Projects in Mildura.

The aim is to facilitate access to relevant information, services and support that may help members of the local Aboriginal community to increase their connection to, and knowledge of the local community.

The successful candidate would have extensive local knowledge and networks, administration and communication skills, the ability to build strong working relationships, a commitment to uphold the Intereach core values and the ability to provide valuable support and guidance to our diverse team.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear more about you.

This position is full time – 38 hours per week for a fixed term period until 30 June 2020 and has been classified under the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award as a Level 4 with an annual salary of $69,000 + Superannuation + Salary Packaging.

We offer all our part time and full time employees the option to salary package. For more information on this, please visit

What’s in it for you?

Employee benefits include salary packaging, training and development, flexible work options and a great organisational culture.

Ready to apply?

Great. Simply download the Role Profile and Selection Criteria below and when you’re ready, click ‘Apply Now’

To be considered for this role you must complete the online form, upload a CV or resume and address the selection criteria.

Please note that failing to provide the required information may result in your application not being submitted for shortlisting.

You will receive a confirmation email after you submit your application. If you have not received this within 2 days, please notify Human Resources at

If you are shortlisted for interview you will be notified by phone. If you are not shortlisted you will be notified via email.

For more information:

If after having read the Role Profile, Selection Criteria and other available information on this website and you have further queries please contact;

Human Resources on 1300 488 226 or for general enquiries.

For further information related specifically to the role please contact Mardi Chartress on 03 5890 5263.

We value diversity and welcome applicants from all walks of life, ages, backgrounds and cultures.

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“I very much appreciate the support received from all Intereach staff, especially staff in Wagga office and I wish Intereach to grow more in regional communities to reach everyone in need.”

Thimali 'Timi' Hansika
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