If you would like to be a part of an innovative model of care and make a difference to the lives of the Group Homes Australia residents, please get in touch. We value each and every member of our team for the enormous contribution they make and offer fabulous career development opportunities.

Current Positions


People and Talent Leader

Group Homes Australia is currently seeking a dedicated People and Talent Leader to manage our internal administration, recruitment, onboarding and ER matters. At GHA, we understand and value the uniqueness of every individual’s life story, and we take the time to personalise each chapter during their stay with us. Our team members are passionate individuals who embody our core values of integrity, humility, realising potential, diversity, caring more, and reimagining.

The People and Talent Leader role is a permanent, full-time position that requires a dynamic, curious, and can-do attitude. We’re on the lookout for an individual who not only exudes confidence in assisting our people but also contributes to fostering a friendly and positive work environment.

Our ideal candidate will showcase effective and efficient work under pressure, whilst maintaining a pleasant demeanour when mentoring and supporting fellow employees. We place a high value on strong communication skills and the ability to engage effectively with stakeholders. Empathy towards others within the GHA community is a key aspect of this role.

We are seeking someone who deeply resonates with our values and is eager to be an integral part of our journey. The right candidate will be committed to working towards the organisation’s goals and be driven by the purpose of GHA.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Administration
  • Recruitment & Onboarding
  • Drafting documentation and policies
  • Maintaining compliance
  • Supporting ER matters
  • Mentoring and supporting other team members
  • Developing an understanding of various departments within the organisation
  • Ad-hoc projects

Desired Traits

  • Tertiary education
  • Previous experience in Human Resources, with 3-6 years’ experience
  • Experience with ER matters and WHS
  • Lots of energy and detail-orientated
  • Ability to work efficiently and meet deadlines
  • Ability to ensure compliance requirements are met and sustained
  • Mentor and support mindset
  • Strong communication skills and good experience with stakeholders
  • Reliable, handles pressure well, willing to roll up their sleeves
  • Excellent Microsoft Office skills

Benefits of Working with GHA

  • Vibrant and supportive culture
  • Staff benefits

If this sounds like you, please send your resume and cover letter outlining why you should join the Group Homes Australia family to and we will be in touch. We look forward to hearing from you.


Homemaker (Traditionally Called AIN)

Our Homemakers support our residents to engage in life. That can be from the minute a resident wakes up in the morning to supporting any small or large decisions the resident will make throughout the day. Encouraging the residents to be involved in cooking, gardening, shopping, and adapting to day-to-day activities so that our residents living with dementia can focus on what they are able to do, rather than what they can no longer do. The Homemakers’ curiosity and ability to explore what makes a resident flourish is what makes them so special.

Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Engaging with our residents and providing gentle, warm and genuine care
  • Delivering personal daily care needs such as showering, dressing and meal preparation
  • Assisting with general housework including cleaning and laundry
  • Finding creative approaches to delivering personalised dementia care
  • Participating and supporting residents on community outings

We require candidates to work full time hours.

Locations include: North Shore, Sutherland Shire, Hunters Hill and Eastern Suburbs.

Appropriate qualifications are required.

The salary offered for full-time positions starts from $70,000

Please email a copy of your CV and a short note introducing yourself to and we will be in touch when we next recruit.


Registered Nurse

Due to the planned growth of GHA over the next 12 months, we are looking for Registered Nurses for weekday and weekend shifts as well as overnight telehealth.

What Are We Looking For?

Our model of care is unique and special, so we’re looking for a Registered Nurse with similar attributes. It’s likely you’ve worked in the dementia care field for some time and feel that there is room for improvement. You are passionate about improving the lives of people with dementia and helping them to thrive beyond a dementia diagnosis. Pursuing excellence on behalf of those in your care is of paramount importance.

Candidate Requirements

To be successful in this role you will need to:

  • Be comfortable working autonomously and being part of a team in a culture that encourages high performance
  • Have a current AHPRA registration
  • Be self-motivated and flexible
  • Have a current, unrestricted drivers’ license and own a reliable car
  • Have the necessary visa and/or working rights in Australia

Benefits of Working with GHA

  • Flexibility in shift start and finish times
  • Monthly clinical upskilling and mentoring
  • Opportunities for professional development

The salary range for full-time positions is $70,000 – $95,000

To apply, please email a copy of your CV and a short note introducing yourself to and we will be in touch. We look forward to hearing from you.