Make Their Story Part of Your Story...
While nurses and carers are integral elements, the stereotypical image of a nurse or carer helping an older person in a residential facility is just a tiny glimpse of the overall picture.
Career opportunities are available in a range of fields and professions ,including finance, human resources, marketing, occupational therapy, hospitality, office administration, maintenance, IT and event management, just to name a few.
The Workforce Hub has career information and training opportunities across a number of different disciplines and areas, and we encourage you to browse the website and learn more about the industry and our workforce.
Older Tasmanians deserve the highest quality of care and services. Come and join us as we continue to deliver it.
Volunteering and Industry Facts
Volunteers are always welcome in the aged services industry.
For more information on volunteering or how to get involved, contact Volunteering Tasmania on 1800 677 895 or visit volunteeringtas.org.au.
Some quick facts about the industry
- Over 350,000 people currently working in aged services nationally.
- This is projected to increase to 830,000 by 2050.
- Over 1.3 million Australians currently receiving some form of aged care, either in their own home or in a residential facility.
- Tasmania has the country’s fastest ageing population and is the oldest state.