Aged Care Jobs in Australia
As an Aged Care Nurse, Assistant in Nursing (AIN) or Support Worker with HCA, you have the freedom and flexibility to work when and where you want.
We’ve worked hard to build great relationships with Australia’s leading Aged Care Providers so we can offer you the best shifts and opportunities across Australia. No matter what your specialty, level or preference to work full-time or part-time, we have the largest variety of roles in Community Care, Residential Aged Care and Independent Living.
Search for our latest job roles or register your details below and be open to a broader range of aged care opportunities
Aged Care Jobs
Healthcare Australia is rapidly growing their presence in the Aged Care market across Australia and require passionate, qualified and experienced professionals to join our organisation to support our Residential Aged Care and Home Care clients.
If you are passionate about Aged Care, have completed a relevant qualification, such as a Certificate III in Individual Support Aged Care, and have experience in the industry, register and apply with us today!
Why work in Aged Care at HCA?
The most competitive pay rates across the Aged Care sector
Book shifts via the eHCA app
The eHCA app gives you the flexibility to pick and choose shifts where you want, when you want.
Opportunity to work at the largest number of Healthcare facilities, Aged Care, Corrections, Public & Private Hospitals all over Australia including rural and remote locations.
1,500+ Daily Shifts
1,500+ Nursing and Support Worker shifts across the country every day.
Let HCA find the job you’ve been waiting for:
“The team at Healthcare Australia always makes me feel valued, which is extremely rare these days. I also enjoy the facilities I get to work at and the flexibility I’m afforded by working such a great agency.”
I love the flexibility, pay rate and broad skills I learned moving around and there is an abundance of work being booked well in advance.
I have always been very happy and proud to be part of the Healthcare Australia team, and hopefully I will be for many years to come.
What qualifications do I need to be an aged care worker?
There are multiple roles within the aged care sector that require different qualifications. For example, the CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Home and Community) is needed to be a Support Worker or Personal Care Attendant (PCA). However, you can choose to be a Nurse.
Step 1: Complete your training.
Complete a bachelor’s degree such as Bachelor of Nursing, Bachelor of Science (majoring in Nursing), or Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced Studies). Students with tertiary qualification can also complete a two-year Master of Nursing (Graduate entry program).
Step 2: Register with the AHPRA annually.
Register with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHRPA) to practice as a Registered Nurse. You need to renew your AHPRA registration annually.
Step 3: Advance your career through specialisations.
Specialise in a specific area such as aged care or neurological care after gaining work experience as a Registered Nurse in Australia. Opportunities to gain Post graduate qualifications in specialities such as Perioperative or Critical Care Nursing.