Be a part of the Holyoake team

Holyoake is always looking for passionate people to join our growing team. If you have a background in psychology, social work, counselling, art, drama therapy, social science, behavioural science, or corporate training, we would love to hear from you.

Email admin@holyoake.org.au for more details.

Current vacancies

Ref No Job Title Closing Date Application Form Description
Alcohol and Drug Counsellor
(Narrogin)
July 24, 2020 Download An excellent opportunity to join Holyoake’s Wheatbelt Community Alcohol and Drug Service (WCADS) team. You will work within a supportive team environment to make a positive difference in the lives of people.

Click here for more details.

Click here for the job description.

Benefits of working at Holyoake:

  • Attractive salary packaging options with a range of annual leave options

  • Flexible and supportive working environment

  • Career progression opportunities

  • Commitment to developing employees

  • Great health and wellbeing initiatives

  • Fun team-building events

  • Excellent training and development opportunities.

  • Employee Wellbeing Program

  • Discounted health insurance through HBF

  • Employee Assistance Program – free to employees & their families

  • Opportunity to purchase additional leave each year

  • Paid parental leave benefits

Click here to see our Holyoake Employer Value Proposition

Our staff say…

“It’s a great team environment with friendly and supportive staff committed to serving our clients.”

“We work together to make a difference in people’s lives with a respectful and non-judgemental approach.”

“I like the benefits – especially salary packaging, flexible leave and working arrangements.”

“Holyoake has a 40 year history and a great reputation for serving the community with a client-focused approach.”

“We offer a range of services including individual and group counselling, social enterprises and continuing care programs.”

“Holyoake is great for training, staff development and continuous improvement of services.”

Becoming a Counsellor