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Current Openings

Mount Gravatt Community Centre has been serving our local community for 30 years and have grown over this time to now have over 30 employees.  Imagine coming to work each day, loving what you do and seeing the real impact you are having in people's lives.  We embrace and celebrate diversity amongst our team and value our staff's contribution.  To ensure you continue to grow in your role, we offer ongoing learning and development opportunities.  You will receive competitive pay, along with the opportunity to salary sacrifice to increase your take home pay.  If you are passionate about helping others, we'd love to meet you.

We also offer supervised social work student placements to undergraduates to integrate your learning.  We know how important is to provide students with real life experience to develop first-hand knowledge and skills to complement your classroom based learning. We provide you with interesting and challenging opportunities to broaden your skill base and help you to kickstart your career.  Opportunities will be advertised on this page. 

Board Member Positions

We are excited to announce two open positions on the Mount Gravatt Community Centre Board, and we invite you to consider becoming a vital part of our organisation.

About Mount Gravatt Community Centre:

Our organisation provides a range of essential services to the community, including but not limited to:

  1. Aged care in-home services
  2. Neighbourhood Centre activities and programs
  3. Emergency Relief, including food parcels and financial support
  4. Employment and training programs
  5. Social Isolation and Loneliness


We are looking for board members who can demonstrate skills and experience in these areas and possess a strong understanding of the quality and compliance requirements. Business, Community and Government experience is highly valued.


Here's a breakdown of the roles:

General Board Member:


Objective: To support the overall objectives of the board.


  1. Resume type document with experience and skills
  2. Participate in board meetings held every two months on a Tuesday evening
  3. Attend Staff Annual Conference – full day (Saturday late in the year)
  4. Attend the Annual General Meeting in November
  5. Provide feedback on board documentation
  6. Potentially engage in working groups, such as the Governance Committee
  7. Review and contribute to policies and procedures for the board
  8. National Police Check required
  9. Must never been disqualified from managing cooperations
  10. Insolvency Check will be undertaken as required by the Aged Care Commission




Objective: Ensure sound financial management and reporting.


  1. All of the general board member requirements
  2. Review financial reports provided by the organisation accountant prior to board meetings
  3. Present financial reports at board meetings.
  4. Review annual budgets with CEO and Accountant
  5. Review audited financial reports with CEO and Accountant
  6. Sign off on any documents required by government departments
  7. Support the CEO and Accountant in financial matters



  1. Resume type document with experience and skills
  2. National Police Check Required
  3. Must never been disqualified from managing cooperations
  4. Insolvency Check will be undertaken as required by the Aged Care Commission


Joining the Mount Gravatt Community Centre Board is an opportunity to make a meaningful impact on our community and be part of a dynamic, fun committee. Your expertise and commitment can help us achieve our mission effectively.

If you are interested in either of these positions or have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at or or calling Deb Crompton (CEO) on 0411 789 788 ..  Both Deb and I would like to meet with you if you are interested and potentially welcoming you to our board

Thank you for considering this opportunity to contribute to our community.


Sincerely,                                                                                 Sincerely,


Patricia Shine                                                                          Deb Crompton

President and Chair                                                               Chief Executive Officer

Mount Gravatt Community Centre                                      Mount Gravatt Community Centre

Support Worker - Domestic Assistant - In Home Worker

Support Worker | Domestic Assistant | In Home Worker 

We believe there is no place quite like home and have a strong desire to help people retain their independence.  We provide an extensive range of tailored services which empower clients to make choices in enhancing their quality of life through engagement and participation.

About the role:

The support worker empowers people to enjoy a full, rewarding and independent life, while being empathetic and compassionate. The Support Worker is required to provide domestic support to people living in their home. The Support worker works independently and is passionate about empowering consumers and making a difference in their lives through compassionate service delivery.


Queensland Ageing and Disability Services forms part of Mt Gravatt Community Centre which has been serving the community for 30 years.  Imagine coming to work each day, loving what you do and seeing the real impact you are having in people's lives.  We embrace and celebrate diversity amongst our team and value our staff's contribution.  We offer our staff:

  • competitive pay
  • ongoing learning and development opportunities
  • positive team environment 

Skills and experience:

  • Minimum of 12 months experience
  • Experience implementing home care support plans
  • Skills in managing time, setting priorities, planning and organising your own work and adapting to change
  • Current First Aid and CPR or willingness to obtain
  • Confidence with a smart phone or tablet or the ability to learn
  • Availability Monday to Sunday
  • A current driver's licence
  • A national police check or the willingness to obtain one

How to apply: Please email your application to

For your application to be considered, please be sure to include:

  • A cover letter, which demonstrates how you meet the requirements of the skills and experience criteria outlined above.
  • Your resume, including 2 referees.
  • Only those that are shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.  We are looking for an immediate start.  

For further information in regards to this position, contact Oceane on 3343 9833 or email