Work with us

Work with us

Work with us

We work together so everyone has a fair go

The Tipping Foundation employs approximately 1300 staff throughout Melbourne and regional Victoria who work together to support children, families and people with a disability. We offer a range of opportunities directly supporting people with a disability and young people who are vulnerable, as well as office-based roles such as in HR, IT, finance and administration.

The opportunity of working at The Tipping Foundation comes with many rewards. We update our current vacancies regularly, or you can contact us to find out whether a role matching your skills and experience is likely to become available.

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Why work in disability?

Working in disability is rewarding and challenging, with flexible work hours, the ability to choose work in your local area and opportunities for training.

About The Tipping Foundation

We offer support services for people with disability throughout Victoria. Our vision is to create inclusive communities where everyone has a fair go.

Training & development

We prioritise creating positive, healthy and passionate workplaces, and key to this is our commitment to a range of learning and career opportunities.

Disability employment

As a partner of the National Disability Recruitment Coordinator we embrace diversity and encourage applications from people with disability.

Meet some of our people

The Tipping Foundation has offices all across Victoria and employs around 1300 staff to work with our clients and their families.

News & events

Stay up to date with the latest news stories and events from the Foundation, our clients, our staff and the disability sector.

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Latest News
Staff Excellence Awards - this years nominees
We are very pleased to announce this year's nominees for the Staff Excellence Awards...
Smile foods for your brain
For National Psychology Week we have asked our resident nutrition expert Alix about how what we eat affects our mental health and happiness.
Active Support: Getting the Balance Right
Person Centred Active Support is a way we work at Tipping which emphasises people with disability being engaged in all areas of their lives.
Latest News
Staff Excellence Awards - this years nominees
We are very pleased to announce this year's nominees for the Staff Excellence Awards...
Smile foods for your brain
For National Psychology Week we have asked our resident nutrition expert Alix about how what we eat affects our mental health and happiness.
Active Support: Getting the Balance Right
Person Centred Active Support is a way we work at Tipping which emphasises people with disability being engaged in all areas of their lives.