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At Lutheran Care, you can take your career to the next level at one of the fastest-growing not-for-profit agencies in the community service sector. But more importantly, enjoy the reward of knowing your effort and passion for helping others can directly translate to improving the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in our communities.
Our team of more than 500 staff and volunteers proudly deliver over 50 programs to communities across Adelaide, the Barossa Valley and Hills and Central Australia.
Lutheran Care, formerly Lutheran Community Care, has long been a quiet achiever but well respected service provider in the sector. In 2019, we celebrated 50 years since we were founded by a passionate group of Lutheran women who saw a need in the community, with support from the church.
As the lead agency of the Toward Home Homelessness Alliance, Lutheran Care is excited to be making history in an Australian-first, innovative plan to reform homelessness services in South Australia. We are looking to expand our team with people who share our passion for effecting real and meaningful change for those experiencing and at risk of homelessness.
A dynamic and inclusive workplace, enjoy working as part of a team who are driven by serving others.
Lutheran Care employs staff across South Australia and the Northern Territory in a wide range of job roles that all help support the community.
A career with Lutheran Care offers exciting rewards and challenges to those who want to make a difference to communities and people in need.
We provide a working environment where staff and volunteers are supported to grow both personally and professionally. Ongoing learning and development opportunities equip staff and volunteers to deliver the highest standards of services.
In recognition of the important contribution our people make to our operational decision making processes, we are committed to consultation and communication with staff at all levels.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) allows Public Benevolent Institutions (PBI), such as Lutheran Care, to offer special tax concessions. These concessions allow an employee to salary package a maximum of $15,899 from their gross salary each Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT) year.
Lutheran Care values all its staff, students and volunteers, and ensures they are well supported through paid maternity and paternity leave, an Employee Assistance Program, a free and confidential counselling service, access to internal and external training opportunities, annual staff conference and professional development days, annual volunteer celebrations and an innovative and caring culture.