join our team in south australia

Make a meaningful contribution through a career in the disability support sector.

As the employer of choice in the South Australian disability sector, we provide opportunities for growth and professional fulfilment.

Whether you have experience in the disability or aged care sector or another industry, estara can support you to reskill and enter this support-focused industry.

We employ staff across South Australia, including metropolitan Adelaide and regional South Australia.

Why work at estara?

Our culture supports innovative problem-solving and always puts people first. We aim to have the most supported, knowledgeable, and engaged workforce in the sector, and this could include you.

As one of the first employers in the sector to offer paid parental leave in South Australia, we also provide many other employee benefits that include outstanding training and support in your role.

We value collaboration and inclusion, sharing ideas to build the capacity of our team and provide the best outcomes for our clients.

If you’d like to be part of an inclusive team that embraces openness and encourages a culture of respect, explore your potential with estara.

Join our team

Join a team of passionate professionals serving the disability and spinal cord injury care sector. See the roles we have available now.

Become a support worker

Begin a rewarding career supporting and empowering people living with a disability to live fulfilling lives.

Volunteer with Us

Volunteering connects you with your community and provides an opportunity to make a valued contribution, with guidance and training from estara.


Learn what it’s like to work or volunteer at estara and be inspired to empower South Australians living with a disability.

Current positions at estara

No current position vacancies at this time.

Frequently asked questions

A support worker helps our clients to achieve and maintain the highest possible quality of life by providing in-home support according to their support plan.

This may include routine household tasks and assisting with aspects of daily living, enabling them to continue living independently in the community.

To be a support worker you will need to have a baseline physical health so that you can perform the physical tasks required in the role.

Our volunteers enable us to provide a broader range of services to people living with disability in South Australia, from odd jobs and gardening to dog walking, home visits or phone support.

Volunteering with estara is an opportunity to make new, meaningful connections, provide valuable services that enable people to live independently and find purpose in the service you provide.