What’s it like to work for Omnicare?
Omnicare’s employees reflect the diverse range of services and operations that maintain our trusted reputation for quality in aged care and disability support.
As a major employer in the NSW Mid North Coast region, with a staff of around 150 people, our workforce includes support workers; administration officers; chefs and cooks; tradespeople (including carpenters, tilers, welders); finance officers; support coordinators; human resources officers; senior managers; and other roles.
Omnicare prides itself on supporting people – clients, carers, volunteers and staff. We’ve established workplaces at our 13 locations that are safe and healthy environments for staff and visitors.
As a profit-for-purpose organisation, our community spirit means we strive to maintain a sense of unified purpose. We do all we can reasonably to accommodate flexibility, while ensuring our services and operations run to high standards of quality.
You’ll find up-to-date employment opportunities on this page. Omnicare particularly welcomes expressions of interest for qualified and experienced disability and aged care support workers. All staff must undergo police and Working With Children checks and undertake all mandatory training.
Current employment opportunities.
How do I become an Omnicare volunteer?
Fulfilment and achievement enrich volunteers helping us deliver services to a wide range of Omnicare clients. We’re a profit-for-purpose organisation assisted by government funding, welcoming community-minded people keen to improve quality of life for others.
Hundreds of volunteers assist with transport, meal home deliveries, social outings, group activities and companionship at our centres and elsewhere. It’s usually fun, occasionally challenging, but ultimately rewarding to help Omnicare clients maintain or enhance their independence.
Assisting and supporting clients with requirements relating to age, disability or dementia isn't always straightforward. There are procedures to follow and occasions when you need to apply initiative.
The knowledge someone has benefitted instantly from their support keeps many Omnicare volunteers inspired and motivated to stay with us for years.
It's important to highlight the needs of out clients are paramount. Our volunteers should be prepared to roll up their sleeves and be 'hands on’.
If you think you’re a good fit for Omnicare, call us on 1300 336 488 and ask for a Volunteer Pack. All volunteers undergo police and Working With Children checks. You must complete any mandatory training to comply with Aged Care and NDIS standards – help is on hand.