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Shepparton Villages

Become part of our team!

More than work, it’s community

We have a proud history of providing high-quality care to our most vulnerable with choice, genuine love, and respect.

Shepparton Villages offers a positive culture and rewarding career opportunities with reliable and stable employment pathways.

Our team has a sense of purpose. We listen and care, support and empathise, knowing that the many small moments in a day make a difference.

Proudly employing locals, and welcoming staff and volunteers from all corners of the globe since 1963, we are a community caring for community.

As one of the largest employers in our region, supported by a committed volunteer base, we truly look after and care for our own.



Our employees enjoy:

  • a comfortable work environment with a strong health and safety focus
  • excellent salary packaging options for permanent staff
  • flexible working conditions, with permanent, part-time, and casual employment options
  • staff events, rewards and recognition
  • exceptional education and training opportunities.


To work with us, you must be:

  • A citizen of Australia or New Zealand, or have a valid visa to work in Australia.
  • Willing to complete an NDIS Worker Screening Check before commencement, and every five years.

Current opportunities

Employment and Volunteering
See below a number of employment opportunities at Shepparton Villages. Note, for a comprehensive list of vacancies, please refer to SEEK.

If you are over 18 years of age, and are interested in full-time, part-time, casual or volunteer work, talk to us today about joining the team. Please contact the People & Culture Team on (03) 5832 0800.


We value our volunteers greatly and consider them a part of our close-knit community.

A kind and generous cohort of volunteers generously give their time and skills to assist our staff, residents and community.

Our volunteers are highly valued and appreciated and truly make a difference. Come and join us, you will be warmly welcomed.

To find out more, please call 5832 0800