Join the Team

At Uniting, we’re for people. 

We celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, age, ability, culture, gender identity or sexual orientation. We’re proud to walk alongside the people we support, and each other.

A career at Uniting is more than just a job. You’ll be joining a team of carers, thinkers, doers and darers who make a real difference through their work. And we’re committed to the ongoing development of everyone in our team, so you’ll be supported to belong and thrive.

We welcome everyone exactly as they are and recognise the value of diversity in our team. We value each team member’s unique skills and the life experience they bring to their role. It’s those differences that make us stronger, more resilient and better equipped to make a positive difference to the lives of the people we support.

Current vacancies

We are looking for an experienced team player with outstanding customer service skills to deliver level one ICT helpdesk support to our staff, volunteers & visitors.

Reporting to the ICT Manager, you will be responsible for but not limited to;

  • Management & response of all computer helpdesk tasks.
  • Administration of mobile phone hardware and supplier arrangements.
  • Providing technical maintenance of the organisation’s intranet.

Extra annual leave, salary packaging (up to $15,900 a year), discounts on health insurance and on-the-job-learning are just some of the reasons to apply for this role with us. You’ll also be joining a supportive team who value your individual skills and life experience and want to see you thrive.

About you

The successful candidate will demonstrate:

  • A successful background in the provision of helpdesk support.
  • Excellent analytical skills and client customer service ability.
  • Desktop & application support experience in a Microsoft environment.
  • Experience and knowledge in hardware and peripheral support
  • A high level of interpersonal and communication skills is a ‘must have’ for this role.
  • Formal qualifications in ICT would be highly desirable.

It is also essential to have an approved COVID-19 vaccination – evidence of vaccination will be requested prior to your interview.

Working with Uniting

Salary packaging, extra annual leave and paid parental leave are just some of the reasons to apply.

At Uniting, we exist to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

We act with impact. We work to address the causes of vulnerability and disadvantage, and we stand for a just society where individuals and communities are valued and connected

As an organisation, we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, age, ability, culture, language, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

We’re a not-for-profit community services organisation of the Uniting Church Western Australia and part of the UnitingCare Australia network.

Our values

We’re bold and respectful, compassionate and imaginative. And we’ll support you to belong and thrive.

We value social and cultural diversity, and we’re committed to a safe workplace.  We strongly encourage applications from First Peoples, people who have lived experience, people with a disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature age workers.

Uniting is committed to providing a nurturing environment where all children feel safe, valued and heard.

How to apply

Please apply through the SEEK website, providing a covering letter together with current resume.

Enquiries can be directed to Stewart Fox-Mooney on  stewart.fox-mooney@unitingwa.org.au or 1300 663 298.

A position description outlining further details can be viewed here.

About the Role

Uniting WA provides high quality, therapeutic, person centred support for young people living in Out of Home Care, in a residential setting.

We are looking for dynamic and experienced people to be part of a team that work together to improve the lives of vulnerable children who have experienced complex trauma – living with up to 4-young people in a Family Group Home.

You will be responsible for the day-to-day care and supervision of the children and provide a positive, supportive, safe, and healing environment for children – delivering high quality, therapeutic and child focussed services.

About You

You’re going to love this job because you are:

  • Ready to take the next step in your Youth Work / Youth Carer career and love challenges
  • Someone who can provide therapeutic trauma informed care for a young person
  • Attend to the daily care and needs of young people, recording these accurately in case notes and amplifying the child’s voice in decision making
  • Flexible and adaptable, when working alone or in a team
  • Able to manage challenging, complex, and confronting trauma-based behaviours with confidence and composure
  • Grounded, resilient, and committed.
  • Able to work 24-hour (sleepover) shifts through the week in a rostered model of care.

We are seeking highly motivated people who have:

  • A Certificate IV or higher in Children Studies/ Youth Work or related
  • Experience working with young people in a residential setting.
  • Have the resilience and flexibility to work multiple sleepovers shifts in a fortnight
  • Knowledge and understanding of Therapeutic Parenting & Trauma Informed Care particularly in the Out of Home Care space for Youth.
  • Ability to demonstrate empathy, guidance, respect and patience at all times
  • A genuine interest and enthusiasm for working with young people in a holistic manner that will best support their needs and strengthen their well-being.

 

  • You must be able to obtain a current National Police Clearance and Provide a First Aid certificate. It is also essential to have a current WA ‘C class’ driver’s licence.
  • A requirement of the role is to satisfy The Department of Communities Record Check Consent Application (RCCA) to support undertaking a Police History Check for workers who have been identified for a role within Non-Government agencies that work with children in the care of the CEO.
  • It is also essential to have an approved COVID-19 vaccination – evidence of vaccination will be requested prior to your interview.

 

Working with Uniting

Salary packaging, extra annual leave and paid parental leave are just some of the reasons to apply.  You’ll also be joining a supportive team with big ideas and a good sense of humour.

At Uniting, we exist to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

We act with impact. We work to address the causes of vulnerability and disadvantage, and we stand for a just society where individuals and communities are valued and connected

As an organisation, we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, age, disability, culture, language, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

We’re a not-for-profit community services organisation of the Uniting Church Western Australia and part of the UnitingCare Australia network.

Our values

We’re bold and respectful, compassionate and imaginative. And we’ll support you to belong and thrive.

We value social and cultural diversity, and we’re committed to a safe workplace.  We strongly encourage applications from First Peoples, people who have lived experience, people with a disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature age workers.

Uniting is committed to providing a nurturing environment where all children feel safe, valued and heard.

How to apply

Enquiries can be directed to Michael Somers Michael.Somers@unitingwa.org.au or Jessica Arrowsmith Jessica.Arrowsmith@unitingwa.org.au

Please apply through the SEEK website, providing a covering letter together with current resume. Please note shortlisting will commence immediately.

A position description outlining further details can be viewed here.

About the role

The purpose of this role is to engage with street-present people in the Perth area and connect them to accommodation, health, mental health and other mainstream services. The overall objective of the role is to ensure people who are sleeping rough, and people at risk of returning to primary homelessness, achieve long term, secure, stable accommodation.

About you

You’re going to thrive in this job because you are:

  • Able to manage the delivery of holistic support to individuals experiencing crisis due to homelessness, risk of homelessness which may include substance abuse, disability and mental health issues
  • An expert communicator with great interpersonal skills including the ability to work and communicate effectively with service staff, service users, community agencies and other professionals
  • Able to negotiate and resolve conflict
  • Able to demonstrate computer literacy including proficiency in Word, Outlook, Excel programs Demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgment when directions are not clearly defined Ability to set priorities and monitor workload

We are seeking highly motivated people who have:

  • Recognised qualifications in a relevant area such as community services/social work/social science &/or experience working in the homelessness sector
  • Current C class drivers licence, National Police Clearance Check and Working with Children Check
  • Current or willingness to obtain Senior First Aid Certificate
  • Knowledge of contemporary theories and practices underpinning the provision of community services, particularly homelessness
  • Experience in the provision of services to people with complex issues including homelessness, disability, mental health, and dual diagnosis.
  • Experience working with people of Aboriginal and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

It is also essential to have an approved COVID-19 vaccination – evidence of vaccination will be requested prior to your interview.

Working with Uniting

Salary packaging, extra annual leave and paid parental leave are just some of the reasons to apply.

At Uniting, we exist to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

We act with impact. We work to address the causes of vulnerability and disadvantage, and we stand for a just society where individuals and communities are valued and connected

As an organisation, we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, age, ability, culture, language, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

We’re a not-for-profit community services organisation of the Uniting Church Western Australia and part of the UnitingCare Australia network.

Our values

We’re bold and respectful, compassionate and imaginative. And we’ll support you to belong and thrive.

We value social and cultural diversity, and we’re committed to a safe workplace.  We strongly encourage applications from First Peoples, people who have lived experience, people with a disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature age workers.

Uniting is committed to providing a nurturing environment where all children feel safe, valued and heard.

How to apply

Please apply through the SEEK website, providing a covering letter together with current resume.

Enquiries can be directed to Amy Sutherland on amy.sutherland@unitingwa.org.au or 1300 663 298.

A position description outlining further details will be available here.

About the role

Key Workers are required to provide specialist support to successfully navigate pathways out of homelessness. The required supports are specialised and targeted to adopt different approaches and methodologies depending on the person’s circumstances and individual needs.

The StayWitch’s service accepts referrals from hospitals only and is focussed on providing strengths based, holistic care with a view to improving the health and wellbeing of marginalised and homeless people while reducing the risk of readmission to hospital.

About you

You’re going to thrive in this job because you are:

  • Able to manage the delivery of holistic and trauma informed support to individuals and families experiencing crisis due to homelessness, risk of homelessness which may include substance abuse, family/ domestic violence, financial hardship, disability and mental health issues
  • Experienced in de-escalation and challenging client behaviours
  • An expert in your communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to work effectively with service staff, service users, community agencies and other professionals
  • Able to demonstrate excellent organisational skills and an ability to set priorities and multitask in an environment that may present conflicting and changing priorities

We are seeking highly motivated people who have:

  • Recognised qualifications or experience in a relevant area such as community services/social work/social science
  • Demonstrated knowledge of resources that can assist those experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness
  • Knowledge of case management
  • Excellent working knowledge of health, mental health, AOD and mainstream services
  • Excellent computer skills with MS Word, Excel and other computer software packages
  • Current C Class Licence, National Police Clearance and Senior First Aid Certificate

It is also essential to have an approved COVID-19 vaccination – evidence of vaccination will be requested prior to your interview.

Working with Uniting

Salary packaging, extra annual leave and paid parental leave are just some of the reasons to apply.

At Uniting, we exist to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

We act with impact. We work to address the causes of vulnerability and disadvantage, and we stand for a just society where individuals and communities are valued and connected

As an organisation, we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, age, ability, culture, language, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

We’re a not-for-profit community services organisation of the Uniting Church Western Australia and part of the UnitingCare Australia network.

Our values

We’re bold and respectful, compassionate and imaginative. And we’ll support you to belong and thrive.

We value social and cultural diversity, and we’re committed to a safe workplace.  We strongly encourage applications from First Peoples, people who have lived experience, people with a disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature age workers.

Uniting is committed to providing a nurturing environment where all children feel safe, valued and heard.

How to apply

Please apply through the SEEK website, providing a covering letter together with current resume.

Enquiries can be directed to Emma White emma.white@unitingwa.org.au or 1300 663 298.

A position description outlining further details is available here.

About the role

Uniting has a new opportunity for a Safety and Support Officer to work in a casual role to support people who are experiencing homelessness.

You will provide support for the development and delivery of homelessness services which achieve integrated support as well as providing relevant service referrals for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness. The position is also responsible for achieving positive client, team and program outcomes with a focus on safety and support.

About you

You’re going to thrive in this job because you are:

  • Able to manage the delivery of holistic support to individuals experiencing crisis due to homelessness, risk of homelessness which may include substance abuse, disability and mental health issues, and people of diverse cultural and religious backgrounds
  • Outstanding in terms of your communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to work and communicate effectively with staff, service users, volunteers, community agencies and other professionals
  • Able to negotiate and resolve conflict
  • Aware of referral services and agencies
  • Experienced in referral, assessment and support planning

We are seeking highly motivated people who have:

  • Minimum qualification Certificate 2 Security Operations
  • Current first aid
  • Current National Police Clearance.

It is also essential to have an approved COVID-19 vaccination – evidence of vaccination will be requested prior to your interview.

Working with Uniting

Salary packaging, extra annual leave and paid parental leave are just some of the reasons to apply.

At Uniting, we exist to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

We act with impact. We work to address the causes of vulnerability and disadvantage, and we stand for a just society where individuals and communities are valued and connected

As an organisation, we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, age, ability, culture, language, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

We’re a not-for-profit community services organisation of the Uniting Church Western Australia and part of the UnitingCare Australia network.

Our values

We’re bold and respectful, compassionate and imaginative. And we’ll support you to belong and thrive.

We value social and cultural diversity, and we’re committed to a safe workplace.  We strongly encourage applications from First Peoples, people who have lived experience, people with a disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature age workers.

Uniting is committed to providing a nurturing environment where all children feel safe, valued and heard.

How to apply

Please apply through the SEEK website, providing a covering letter together with current resume.

Enquiries can be directed to Josh Simpaya on joshua.simpaya@unitingwa.org.au or 1300 663 298.

A position description outlining further details will be available here.

This position provides an in-home counselling service based on the Parents under Pressure (PuP) program featuring individual, dyadic and/or family based work for parents who have care of at least one child between 0-12 years.

The aim of the service is to support parent/carers to increase positive parenting skills, develop emotion management and coping skills, and build confidence to address relationship and drug and alcohol issues.

About you

To be successful you will need to demonstrate:

  • Well-developed counselling skills
  • An ability to work in potential conflict or high-risk situations with clients
  • Excellent demonstrated interpersonal skills and ability to work within a small team
  • Sound computer literacy skills, along with sound administrative and report writing skills and ability to document case notes
  • Ability to use a manualised intervention program
  • Ability to work in isolation and in difficult circumstances

You will also need:

  • Relevant degree or substantial progress towards a degree (e.g. Social Work or Psychology) and/or significant relevant experience
  • Current National Police Clearance, Working with Children Check, First Aid Certificate and C Class Driver’s licence
  • Experience with service delivery to complex alcohol and other drug clients
  • Knowledge of evidenced based AOD interventions and parenting interventions
  • Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal Culture and ability to work with Aboriginal and culturally and linguistically diverse communities
  • Knowledge of issues facing the target population, including mental health, trauma, attachment, parenting and substance use.
  • PuP accredited (desired)

Working with Uniting

At Uniting, we exist to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

We act with impact. We work to address the causes of vulnerability and disadvantage, and we stand for a just society where individuals and communities are valued and connected

Our team listen without judgement and walk alongside the people we support, amplifying the voices of those in our community who need to be heard.

As an organisation, we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, age, ability, culture, language, gender identity or sexual orientation.

We’re a not-for-profit community services organisation of the Uniting Church Western Australia and part of the UnitingCare Australia network.

Our values

We’re bold and respectful, compassionate and imaginative. And we’ll support you to belong and thrive.

We value social and cultural diversity, and we’re committed to a safe workplace.  We strongly encourage applications from First Peoples, people who have lived experience, people with a disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature age workers.

Uniting is committed to providing a nurturing environment where all children feel safe, valued and heard.

How to apply

Please apply through the SEEK website, providing a covering letter addressing the competencies required for the position, together with current resume.

Enquiries can be directed to Tara Seaward, Practice Lead Strengthening Families on 1300 663 298.

A position description outlining further details will be available here.

About the role

Are you passionate about helping others achieve their goals?

Do you have a knowledge of Aboriginal culture and a willingness to share it?

Are you happy to travel to Rockingham and surrounds for work?

If that’s you, then we have an excellent opportunity for you. to assist one of our participants to live his best life.

We support a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participant who would appreciate a support worker with knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and traditions.  He wants to work with someone who can walk alongside him while he further explores his culture.

He loves music (especially R&B), shopping and also enjoys watching movies at home and in and the cinema.

If this sounds like you, then we we’d like to hear from you.

The role is initially casual with the opportunity for permanency.

Please note: Uniting WA recognises Aboriginality as a genuine occupational qualification for this role under Section 50D of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984.

We strongly encourage male and Aboriginal candidates to apply for this position.

About you

This is what we will need from you;

  • A qualification in disability and/or relevant experience in the area
  • A current First Aid Certificate
  • Manual Handling and Medication administration Certificates (preferred)
  • A valid C class Australian driver’s licence and your own reliable vehicle
  • An NDIS Worker Screening Clearance
  • Completion of the NDIS Worker Orientation Module

Extra annual leave, salary packaging and on-the-job-learning are just some of the reasons to apply for a Support Worker role with Uniting WA. You’ll also be joining a supportive team who value your individual skills and life experience and want to see you thrive.

Working with Uniting

At Uniting, we exist to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

We act with impact. We work to address the causes of vulnerability and disadvantage, and we stand for a just society where individuals and communities are valued and connected

As an organisation, we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, age, disability, culture, language, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

We’re a not-for-profit community services organisation of the Uniting Church Western Australia and part of the UnitingCare Australia network.

Uniting is committed to providing a nurturing environment where all children feel safe, valued and heard.

How to apply

Please send us a copy of your current resume and a cover letter to Peopleservices@unitingwa.org.au

If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact John Fulker on 0466 929 864.

A position description outlining further details will be available here.

About the role

The purpose of this role is to engage with street-present people in the Perth area and connect them to accommodation, health, mental health and other mainstream services. The overall objective of the role is to ensure people who are sleeping rough, and people at risk of returning to primary homelessness, achieve long term, secure, stable accommodation.

We have three 6 month max-term contracts (2 full-time and 1 part-time) available.

About you

You’re going to thrive in this job because you are:

  • Able to manage the delivery of holistic support to individuals experiencing crisis due to homelessness, risk of homelessness which may include substance abuse, disability and mental health issues
  • A strong communicator with excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to work and communicate effectively with service staff, service users, community agencies and other professional
  • Someone who has top-notch organisational skills and an ability to perform multiple tasks in an environment that may have conflicting and changing priorities
  • Well versed in negation and conflict resolution skills

We are seeking highly motivated people who have:

  • Recognised qualifications in a relevant area such as community services/social work/social science &/or experience working in the homelessness sector
  • Current C class drivers licence
  • Knowledge of contemporary theories and practices underpinning the provision of community services, particularly homelessness
  • Experience in the provision of services to people with complex issues including homelessness, disability, mental health, and dual diagnosis.
  • Experience working with people of Aboriginal and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

It is also essential to have an approved COVID-19 vaccination – evidence of vaccination will be requested prior to your interview.

Working with Uniting

At Uniting, we exist to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

We act with impact. We work to address the causes of vulnerability and disadvantage, and we stand for a just society where individuals and communities are valued and connected.

As an organisation, we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, age, disability, culture, language, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

We’re a not-for-profit community services organisation of the Uniting Church Western Australia and part of the UnitingCare Australia network.

Uniting is committed to providing a nurturing environment where all children feel safe, valued and heard.

How to apply

Please apply through the SEEK website, providing a covering letter together with current resume.

Enquiries can be directed to Emma White on emma.white@unitingwa.org.au or 1300 663 298.

A position description outlining further details will be available here.

About the role

EVP Case Workers will work as part of a multidisciplinary team of practitioners to offer strength-based, client-centred, wrap-around support and services including intake, assessment and referrals to other programs and services.

This role will also work closely with case workers from other programs (internal and external) to assess and process applications for the EVP made on behalf of their clients.

This role may also provide short-term direct case management support for clients who face multiple and interrelated barriers to leaving and re-establishing their lives.

This role is offered as a maximum term contract until 30 June 2023. 

About you

You’re going to find this role a good fit because you are:

  • An excellent communicator with strong interpersonal skills including the ability to engage with clients who have complex needs and / or present for services in times of crisis.
  • Aware of practices to engage and assure the cultural safety of people from a diverse range of backgrounds, including those from an Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander or CALD background, or the LGBTI community.
  • Able to engage, build and maintain strong, mutually beneficial professional relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Understanding of issues relevant to factors impacting on those affected by family violence, mental health, economic hardship, cultural dislocation and any other barriers.
  • Able to foster, promote and implement a culture that keeps consumers at the centre of everything we do; demonstrate an awareness of and prioritise the needs of consumers; focus on optimal outcomes for consumers.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide safe environments for children and young people and protect them from abuse and neglect.
  • Able to get a national police clearance, or currently have one (dated within the last 6 months).

We are seeking highly motivated people who have:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification in Social Work (preferred), community services or related field. Minimum requirement: Diploma in Community Services, or similar.
  • Demonstrated skills and experience in trauma-informed and strength-based practice.
  • Well-developed time management, planning, administration and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated skills in risk assessment and safety planning in relation to family violence
  • Understanding and knowledge of community services, for example, child, youth and family, family violence, housing, mental health and alcohol & other drug services.
  • Experience working with victim survivors of family violence desirable
  • Experience delivering phone-based services would be advantageous.

Working with Uniting

At Uniting, we exist to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

We act with impact. We work to address the causes of vulnerability and disadvantage, and we stand for a just society where individuals and communities are valued and connected.

As an organisation, we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, age, disability, culture, language, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

We’re a not-for-profit community services organisation of the Uniting Church Western Australia and part of the UnitingCare Australia network.

Uniting is committed to providing a nurturing environment where all children feel safe, valued and heard.

How to apply

Please apply through the SEEK website, providing a covering letter together with current resume.

Enquiries can be directed to Balbeer Sidhu on balbeer.sidhu@unitingwa.org.au

A position description outlining further details will be available here.

About the role

In your new job, you will make a difference in the lives of children who have experienced complex trauma.  You will support your team to deliver high quality, therapeutic and child focused services.

In this role you will:

  • Develop and contribute to therapeutic support care plans and nurture positive placement outcomes for children and young people with significant trauma
  • Work in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team to ensure that optimal outcomes are achieved for children and young people
  • Provide specialist advice to Carers, Respite and Support Workers to enable them to achieve optimal outcomes for children and young people
  • Build and maintain effective and proactive relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

We are seeking a highly motivated professional and you will ideally possess:

  • A tertiary degree in Social Work, Psychology or a related discipline or 2-3 years of relevant experience
  • A sound understanding of the Out of Home Care system (programs and practice) in WA, programs and practices, preferably with statutory child protection & working with complex child protection cases
  • An understanding of theories and practices relating to child development, trauma and attachment and a demonstrated ability to apply these in complex situations
  • Experience in providing case management
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Experience in providing supervision to staff.

You must have or be able to obtain a current National Police Clearance, Provide First Aid Certificate and have a current C class driver’s licence for this position. A Working With Children Check and 395 Clearance will also be required.

It is also essential to have an approved COVID-19 vaccination – evidence of vaccination will be requested prior to your interview.

Working with Uniting

At Uniting, we exist to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

We act with impact. We work to address the causes of vulnerability and disadvantage, and we stand for a just society where individuals and communities are valued and connected.

As an organisation, we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, age, disability, culture, language, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

We’re a not-for-profit community services organisation of the Uniting Church Western Australia and part of the UnitingCare Australia network.

Uniting is committed to providing a nurturing environment where all children feel safe, valued and heard.

How to Apply

Please apply through SEEK with a current resume and covering letter. Initial enquiries may be directed Jessica Arrowsmith at Jessica.arrowsmith@unitingwa.org.au or Fiona Cafferty at Fiona.Cafferty@unitingwa.org.au

A position description outlining further information will be available soon.


Our values

At Uniting, our values are at the heart of everything we do.

And while we’re compassionate, generous and thoughtful in our words and deeds, we’re not afraid of difficult conversations.  We innovate and collaborate to explore new possibilities and stand up for what is right and true with confidence and strength.

If you believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place, consider finding your next role with Uniting.

compassionate

Compassionate

We are nurturing, generous and thoughtful in our words and deeds.

respect

Respectful

We act with honesty and integrity, and open our hearts to all people without exception.

bold

Bold

We face injustice head on and stand up for what is right and true with confidence and strength.

imaginative

Imaginative

We challenge convention, explore new possibilities and dare to dream for a better future.