Identitywa promotes benefits of working in the disability sector
The chance to make a difference in the quality of the lives of people is the motivation for many of the support workers employed by Identitywa, one of WA’s leading agencies supporting people with disability and their families.
At the recent Work Ready Careers Fair held at Curtin University, staff from Identitywa’s Human Resource (HR) team were able to promote the many benefits of working in the disability sector and for a not-for-profit organisation.
“Each of our disability support workers plays an important role in the lives of the people and families we support,” explains HR Officer, Nadia Kent.
“The Fair provided an ideal opportunity for us to promote the high quality education and training we can offer as an employer, and also the flexibility which is certainly attractive to the university students who attended today,” said Nadia.
“It is our aim to attract people who have a real interest in our Mission to build a community where people with disability enjoy a fulfilled life.”
For more information about the employment opportunities at Identitywa, please go to our website – www.identitywa.com.au/
Media contact: Michelle Ebbs
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