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Careers at Wayss

Join us and use your skills to make an impact

We’re looking for people, who like us, really care about helping some of the most disadvantaged in our society – people facing homelessness and those experiencing family violence.

We have over 160 passionate team members, working across 38 different programs who are based in five locations throughout the Southern Melbourne region.

Last year over 16,400 people accessed our services, and this year the numbers look to be bigger.

Join us and play an essential part in helping us positively change lives.

Are you looking to make a difference?

The family violence workforce is essential for responding to and working towards ending violence against women and children.

We are currently seeking expressions of interest from people who want to make a real difference through working with women and children experiencing family violence.

If this sounds like you, to find out more and to apply, please select the Apply Now icon below.

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Wayss in the 1990s

Then in September 1997 the organisation became WAYSS Limited with a Board of Directors and day to day management by the Chief Executive Officer.

Wayss underwent further transformation with the restructure of community housing and the funding of the Transitional Housing Management (THM) program. The Regional Housing Council ceased operation and transferred direct service operations to Wayss in 1997.

During this decade Wayss became responsible for the then South East Women’s Domestic Violence Outreach Service. Funding was also received to establish a Children’s Services Worker within the outreach service. SAAP funded Women’s Outreach Program was also transferred to Wayss in 1999.