I work in accommodation services and have also worked in Individual Supports (1:1) and at the Hubs (Day Programs)
I have met the best colleagues who have become friends. Some clients can be extremely challenging and sometimes quite dangerous and/or threatening though.
Room to move within this org-their services are broad such as Child and Family (Under 18's in Resi Care) Accomodation Services (Group Homes) 1:1 Supports, Day Programs, Coordination of Supports, Leadership opps and office staff. Your roles can be interchanged depending on your circumstances, so there really is a ladder you can climb.
Management really are ok. If you try to do your job well, are honest, get along with people and are respectful, this is noted and you are shown you are appreciated.
Pay rate is very good, considering they don't require a lot of qualifications and will pay you to complete accredited training like Mental Health First Aid, Trauma Informed Care, P.A.R.T etc.
There really are worse places out there, the pay rate is one of the best in disability services, room to move your career within the org and many services to pick from.
Nowhere is perfect, but LSS is not a bad place and management are reasonable to approach. I'm glad I'm there!