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Life Without Barriers has approximately 5,600 staff who work with more than 18,000 clients across Australia. We are focused on building a sustainable and engaged workforce so we can provide meaningful outcomes for the people we support. We want to work with people who are passionate about making a difference; value genuine, long-lasting relationships; are flexible, courageous and believe in opportunity for all.

Life Without Barriers works with clients from diverse cultural and social backgrounds with varied life experiences, physical abilities and interests and we seek to employ people who reflect the great diversity of our clients. We know that your difference can be what makes the difference and we strive for an inclusive culture where you can be your whole self every day at work.


AND Index Master7 Our Accessibility, Inclusion and Employment Plan and our Reconciliation Action Plan both aim to increase our employment of people with disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples respectively. To be the best we can be, we actively seek people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and the LGBTQI community to join us to partner with people to change lives for the better.

For a full list of our current vacancies please visit Search Our Jobs. For any persons with disability that require adjustments, please contact or 02 4033 4500

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Are you interested in becoming a Disability Support Worker with LWB? Watch our videos below to give you an insight into these rewarding roles. 

We Put Children First

Every day, Life Without Barriers offers support and care to children. We want each and every one of those children to feel as safe and respected as they should. We all have a responsibility to make sure their safety comes first – and that they’re well cared for, protected from abuse, and given the respect they deserve.

Career Trackers

CareerTrackers is an organisation which places high performing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander university students into paid internships with organisations in university holidays. LWB participated in the CareerTrackers program for the first time this summer: we placed students in Hunter Disability, Sydney Disability and the National State Office. To find out more visit