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Melba values each and every


Melba is a rewarding and fun place to work.  We are committed to achieving our core values of human rights, passion, creativity, flexibility, and fun in everything we do! 

If you are ready to make a difference and would like to join us on this journey empowering people to live fabulous lives, please click on the ‘view jobs’ link now for positions available.

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Where we are


Who are we looking for? 

You might be already working in the disability sector, studying, working in retail, hospitality, a trade or customer service.


Maybe you’ve never worked in disabilities - no problem.


Maybe you haven’t worked for a while - no problem.


Melba Support Services knows that great team members come in all shapes and sizes, from all kinds of backgrounds, with all kinds of experience.


Our team is as diverse as the people we serve so don’t count yourself out.


We offer challenge, reward and lots of support.


Right now we are actively searching for passionate people so if you are looking for a meaningful job watch our video below, browse our jobs and get in touch today.


Watch why people love 

working at Melba!


Scott Harrison, Disability Support Worker


A 27 year career as a self-employed boat mechanic is not a typical pathway to a job in disabilities. It started when Scott’s partner recommended the Upskill to Disability course at the Traralgon Neighbourhood Learning House.

Now he’s swapped outboard motors for a land-based role as a Disability Support Worker in a Melba Supported Independent Living home.

A new career wasn’t an easy decision for the 52 year old who admits he “sat on the fence” for a while before taking the plunge. Now though, he couldn’t be happier.

“I loved it from the start,” he says. “Every day I just want to be there.”

Scott notes that men, (particularly those over a certain age) are under-represented in disabilities. “It’s a bit of a leap of faith but just give it a go.”

“I can’t fault Melba. Help is always at your fingertips.”

So is Scott going back to his old career?

“These days I hate boats. I’m a people person. “

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