34 Dodd Street, Wembley

Western Australia 6014

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Work with us

We are always looking for talented and driven individuals who wish to work with us. Currently we are hiring for the following roles:

service delivery


Occupational Therapist (casual)

An exciting opportunity exists to join our growing team of trans-disciplinary specialists as an Occupational Therapist within the Allied Health Team. We are looking to expand our casual base of Occupational Therapists providing services across Perth metro and into rural/regional WA.

We are looking for Occupational Therapists who enjoy working to improve the lives of people with disabilities and their families. If you want to work in a caring, dedicated organisation committed to making a difference for people who are Deaf and their families, apply today by reading the attached Position Description below.

Please email all applications to enquiry@accessplus.org.au

Support Worker

Access Plus WA Deaf is seeking casual support workers to assist us in providing services to our clients.

This role includes a variety of possible working environments, including:

  • Teaching Auslan for families
  • Everyday support
  • Social assistance
  • Being a communication guide
  • And more

If you are interested in learning more please contact us via enquiry@accessplus.org.au



Auslan Interpreter

Due to a national Auslan interpreter shortage, we are always seeking qualified interpreters to join our team and our currently opening an expression of interest. 

We provide:

  • Flexible working arrangements
  • A network of staff that encourage the diversification of skills and continued learning

If you are interested in learning more please contact us via enquiry@accessplus.org.au  



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Volunteer Positions

We have several different areas that you might be interested in volunteering in. This might be on a one off, short-term or on a continuous basis. You can use this opportunity to practice your Auslan, meet new people, or become involved in the wider community.


Be involved in our Language Early Access Program (LEAP), where children from birth to six are taught language in a bilingual environment that encourages language development. Participate in games, activities and social development.

community support

Support Access Plus and our engagement within the community by being involved in community days, fundraising campaigns and other activities. Particularly great if you’re looking for a more casual way to support us in one-off events.

Work as a volunteer in our office

Improve your Auslan skills in our bilingual office in Wembley. Here you can work with our staff in a number of different ways, including general office work and specific projects, all according to your availability.

Support our social media work

Showcase your creativity and develop further digital skills by assisting us in producing and presenting the social media content of Access Plus.

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