Recruitment Process

We know that applying for a new job can be a nerve-wracking experience. Between preparing your resume, writing cover letters and waiting to hear if you have been shortlisted – it’s almost enough to turn you off.

But don’t lose heart!

At Anglicare, we make it as stress free as possible. We have mapped out what you can expect when you apply for a support worker position with us. There is a checklist included so you can be sure you don’t miss any important details.


Download our recruitment guide

6 Easy Steps to Apply


See Position Available

You see a position available.  Get your resume and cover letter together and apply online.



If you are shortlisted we will contact you for an interview.



We look forward to meeting you.


Notify you

We will contact you by phone or email to advise you of the outcome.


Pre-employment checks

If successful you will first need to pass pre-employment reference checks and medical assessment.


Welcome to Anglicare

We hope you will accept our offer and join the team at Anglicare for a career in caring.

Your application checklist

Resume or curriculum vitae (CV)

Provides a snapshot of your career and should detail your current contact information, qualifications, education and training, employment history and skills.


Cover letter

While we welcome this, it is not compulsory for all positions. This should be brief, 3-4 paragraphs, focusing on the most relevant parts of your background to the position you have applied for.


Other good things to have

  • A current first aid certificate is not compulsory but can make the difference in getting you started on shifts quickly.
  • Holding your manual handling certification is an excellent head start.
  • Medication administration certificate.

Fast tracking or how to be best prepared for a quick start

To be successful for a role with Anglicare you will be required to provide the following list of documents. While you can wait until you have the job lined up, if you are applying for positions in the field of caring, it may be worth investing in having these documents at the ready so you can start asap!

  • Present an unsupervised contact with children or vulnerable people type National Police Check (no older than 12 months).
  • Provide a current (Tasmanian) Working with Vulnerable People registration (this can take up to 21 days to obtain).
  • A full or provisional Australian driver’s licence.
  • Current proof of work rights/visa.
  • Evidence of COVID-19 vaccinations with booster, or booking.

Register an expression of interest

We’re always looking for passionate and motivated people to join our team to provide innovative, flexible support to people receiving our disability and home care supports.

Click here to read more about these roles from the people in them.

These hands on roles are suitable for active individuals who can perform manual handling duties.

Our expressions of interest include:

  • Disability services
  • Home Care services


Register an expression of interest

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