Join the team at Lifeview for a rewarding career in aged care

Career opportunities

Join the team at Lifeview for a rewarding career in aged care

Career opportunities

The Lifeview Difference

Looking for an exciting and rewarding career opportunity in a family-friendly environment with likeminded staff?

Lifeview offers the chance to enjoy an exciting opportunity in a progressive, fun organisation.

At Lifeview, we believe in making each resident’s day, every day, as we live our L.I.F.E. Principles: Laugh, Integrity, Focus, Engage.

Here are just some of the benefits of a career at Lifeview:

  • Work-life balance
  • Career development
  • Reward and recognition programs
  • Annual staff awards night
  • Annual Grow, Lead, Connect Conference
  • Staff Appreciation Days
  • Staff Wellness Grants
  • Staff incentive program
  • Staff development program including education in areas such as dementia care, grief and loss, palliative care, and LGBTIQ+ inclusion and care
  • Networking between all sites

Keen to find out more? Please visit our vacancies page to see the current opportunities we have on offer or click here to register your interest for future roles. Please include your CV and Cover Letter.

Lifeview is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes all people into its homes. Lifeview is also LGBTIQ+ friendly for residents and staff.


Make a difference

Our valued volunteers make a significant contribution to the residents and play an integral part in our success. Volunteer workers complement the great services on offer at Lifeview and are treated as an extended part of the Lifeview family.

The only requirement we ask of you is a willingness to engage with the residents and a commitment to our L.I.F.E. Principles. Whether it is a bus outing, assisting with one of our themed days, a regular activity such as gardening, music, knitting, craft, or coffee sessions, we think you’ll find your contribution both rewarding and fulfilling.

We believe volunteering is a two-way benefit. At Lifeview you will reap the benefits:

  • Expand your skills and experience
  • Increase your employability
  • If you are considering undertaking further education (university or similar) volunteering could be a great way to put your chosen career into context and provide on-the-job experience
  • Connecting with others, meeting new people and building friendships
  • Giving back to the community by helping to improve the lives of residents
  • If you are recently retired or no longer working, volunteering is a great way to share some of your newly found spare time

Volunteering with Lifeview also provides you with the opportunity to broaden your horizons, make new friends and live the possibilities.

If you would like to find out more or to register your interest in volunteering with us contact us here or call us on 1800 543 384.

Case Study

Residents enhance the lives of volunteers

More than 50 volunteers come through the Lifeview doors in any given week to enrich the lives of residents, but it takes just one person to make a resident's day.

In this case study, we touch on the benefits of volunteering at Lifeview for residents and volunteers.

Read The Case Study

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Graduate Nurse Program

12 month program designed to assist newly graduated Registered Nurses

Above: In this video Jess Lammeretz talks about her career path, from beginning as a personal care assistant straight out of high school, to studying nursing and now running Lifeview Argyle Court in Chelsea as the Residential Manager.

The Lifeview Graduate Nurse Program is a 12-month program designed to assist newly graduated Registered Nurses (within their first year of clinical practice) with the transition into a nursing role. This helps the graduate gain confidence and expand their skills within Lifeview’s team environment.

Common challenges for graduate nurses transitioning into employment include connecting theory with practice (limited practical knowledge), workload management, communication requirements and understanding the expectations of the workplace. The role of a nurse in aged care can be demanding, but with a supportive work environment and a mentorship support model, a relatively inexperienced nurse will quickly obtain the opportunities and guidance that can assist with skills proficiency, team leadership, overall experience, and confidence building.

The Lifeview Graduate Program aims to provide participants with support, mentoring, supervision, training, and workplace experiences to enable them to work effectively as part of the overall Lifeview Team.

During the program graduates will be exposed to a variety of challenging resident care needs including:

  • Wound Management
  • Management of Acute and Chronic illness
  • Dementia Care
  • Palliative and End of Life Care

Career opportunities at Lifeview

Career opportunities