How to apply

Work in Social Issues around Family Violence & Homelessness – you can apply for all Wayss job vacancies online. Just follow these simple steps:

Searching for a position​
Please view the Current Opportunities section of our website for a vacancy.
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Submitting an application ​
You need to submit:
  • A cover letter including a statement of skills and/or experience
  • Your Resume
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Applying for a position​
Once you have found a position you are interested in, and read the job information, choose ‘Apply Now’ at the bottom of the page.
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What happens next?
You will receive an immediate confirmation of receipt of your application.  If you are shortlisted for an interview you will be contacted by our Wayss team. During the selection process, applicants may be required to undertake any of the following activities; written exercises, role plays, responding to scenarios, and/or psychological assessment. You may also need to produce original/certified copies of your qualifications at the interview. At interview you will be required to complete an application form and Pre-existing Injury/Disease Declaration form.
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Police and Working with Children checks
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children/young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff to share this commitment, and for successful applicants we arrange for a Police Check.

You will be required to hold a current employee Working with Children Check. All offers and continuing employment will are subject to satisfactory checks.
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Enquiries
For enquiries regarding advertised positions please call Wayss Human Resources on 9791 6111.
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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.