If you’re looking for a career that is rewarding in every way, take a look at our job vacancies. The St Vincent de Paul Society provides exciting career opportunities for people who want to apply their professional skills in a job that gives back to the community.

A career with purpose

The St Vincent de Paul Society NSW is a leading provider of social services. We assist people experiencing disadvantage by offering a ‘hand up’ while respecting their dignity and encouraging them to take control of their own destiny.

Working at Vinnies you will have the opportunity to make a real difference to people’s lives. Our people are central to the important work we do and we support our people to grow their skills and have a fulfilling career.

We offer roles in retail, health and housing, logistics, marketing and fundraising, counselling, policy development and advocacy, regional operations, ICT and corporate support services.

Learn more about our Mission and Values.

Our commitment to inclusion

We are dedicated to being as diverse as the communities we serve. We know that when people with diverse skills, backgrounds and perspectives come together, we create the most value for our people and the people we assist. We are committed to building a safe and inclusive environment, where everyone can feel they belong.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value people of all cultures, languages, capacities, sexual orientations, gender identities, intersex status and gender expressions.

Learn about our Reconciliation Action Plan and our Disability Inclusion Action Plan.

Our recruitment process

We work with applicants to ensure our recruitment process is accessible and provide adjustments, when needed, to ensure you can fully participate in the application and recruitment process.

Our vacant roles are advertised on all leading job boards and you can apply online via the job board.

When you apply, you can tell us about your experience and you should include a copy of your resumé. If you are selected for an interview, we will organise a suitable time and date. Sometimes there can be more than one interview and other requirements that will be clearly communicated in the process.

If you are the preferred candidate you will need to undertake some pre-employment checks. These checks must be successfully cleared before starting in the role. The checks will vary from job to job but will include at least two employment references, right to work, criminal history, working with children and health checks.

If you’re not successful for that role, we will contact you.

Our benefits

In addition to purposeful work that makes a difference, we offer a range of benefits.

Flexible work and leave – Many of our teams now have hybrid flexible ways of working where we complement coming to the workplace to collaborate and connect with working remotely to help you manage your personal and work commitments. In addition to regular leave allowances, we offer 16 weeks paid parental leave, study leave, and two days of paid volunteering leave.

Making the most of your money – As a not-for-profit organisation we can offer our employees access to some amazing tax savings through salary packaging options to help increase your take home pay.

Learning – Our 70:20:10 approach to learning encompasses on-the-job training, coaching and mentoring, and formal internal and external training. We provide on-demand learning tools as well as study leave to support your learning and development goals.

Health and well-being – Our people’s well-being matters and through our Employee Assistance Program we provide access to free and confidential counselling services by experienced professionals which is available 24/7, as well as free annual flu shots. 

Inclusive employer – Vinnies is an equal opportunity employer and committed to supporting job opportunities for people from under-represented groups.

Available Roles