Cerebral Palsy Alliance
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Cerebral Palsy Alliance Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Rob White
    93%
    approve of Rob White's performance
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $35m to $140m (AUD)
  • Industry
    Civic & Social Services
  • Headquarters
    Sydney
  • Link
    Cerebral Palsy Alliance website
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Support Practitioner

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 38 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Disability Support Worker in Northern Beaches NSW
on 20 June 2022
Productive and Supporting Environment
Great place to work at and the salary is great as well. The hours do start at a minimum of 8 hours but you won't even notice the time fly as it feels like a second home to you after a while (especially if you work at a single respite/accomodation service)
Disability Support Practitioner in Sydney NSW
on 20 June 2022
Ok salary but they don’t care about their workers
Management don’t care about their workers. The houses are constantly understaffed and they don’t care about over-working you. You can become an acting manager to progress however when you step in as acting manager for when house manager are on leave, - you get less pay as they don’t give you an increase in pay for the manager role and you don’t get any loading shifts which is where most of the money is at so it’s not worth it at all to do the training. They also don’t really care who they employ, I worked with lazy people, phone addicts, and there can be huge conflicts, and a particular person in the house giving everyone stress and grief and they won’t move them or do anything about it.
Disability Support Worker in Allambie Heights NSW
on 23 February 2022
Good place of work, if you are in the right team it is very supportive, purposeful engaging work.
Overall good place to work, I had many roles in my time at CPA, all offering many challenges and professional growth. Keep in mind, your 'why' in doing this role and keeping your mind open to new ideas and connecting with customers and the internal stakeholder. I have gained many insights and perspectives which will serve me well in my future career.
Disability Support Worker in Newcastle NSW
on 13 January 2022
Would 100% Recommend
Very rewarding position with great Managers and Staff. Lots of encouragement from CPA to advance studies and apply for higher positions within company. Good employee benefits and tax-free payments due to being a Non-for profit.
Disability Support Practitioner in Northern Beaches NSW
on 24 September 2021
Rewarding and Amazing
I loved the workers and clients such a great and inclusive environment to be apart of and they are constantly providing on-going training which is paid for and you will be well looked after as an employee! Best work experience I have ever had.

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