MASP Career Opportunities

Mallee Accommodation and Support Program Ltd. (MASP) is a dynamic and fast growing not-for-profit organisation, providing services to those in our community most in need. We deliver a coordinated range of support and advocacy services under the key areas of Homelessness Support, Disability and Placement & Family Services to disadvantaged and vulnerable youth, adults, families and children across the Mallee.  We also operate various social enterprises that provide opportunities for employment and the development of workplace skills. 

Staff at MASP enjoy a range of benefits that enhance our status as an employer of choice including:

• Salary packaging
• Rostered Days Off
• Flexible arrangements
• Supportive and family friendly environment
• Ongoing training and development

Why not consider MASP as a potential employer and enjoy the benefits of rewarding and stimulating work?




Disability Support Worker

If you’re passionate about making positive change in the lives of clients, we want to hear from you!

We are seeking applications from candidates who are passionate about being directly involved with the day to day care of our clients, including practical assistance with living and life skills, linking to community services, social activities and mentoring.
The successful candidate will provide a client centred approach, supporting clients to achieve their goals both personally and within the community.  The position involves maintaining progress notes and record keeping - some manual, some computerised.

For a confidential discussion please contact Dean Lascelles, Team Leader Service Co-ordination on 03 50216500.

For a copy of the position description please click on the below link.


To submit an application, please email your covering letter, resume and responses to the key selection criteria to Nathan Jilbert, Human Resources Manager .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Applications must be received by 5:00pm Friday March 9, 2018





Foster Carers
(For more information contact MASP on 03 50216 500)