Since its incorporation in 1975, Capital Region Community Services Ltd has had a wonderful reputation for strengthening the capacity of the community to care for all individuals, no matter what their needs. CRCS has earned this reputation because of the people who work for us, both paid and unpaid. Our commitment to our people is a high priority.
We understand family is just as important as your career so where possible, we offer flexible hours and working days, as well as a range of other benefits designed to help our employees achieve work/life balance. We believe that happy employees are productive employees and that happiness starts in the home.
Who wouldn’t like to increase their take-home pay? CRCS offers a range of exciting salary packaging options to suit you and your needs, such as $16,050 tax-free per year, meals/entertainment and an employee benefits card.
CRCS believes in a preventative approach to safety and is committed to ensuring the safety of all individuals.
We have been actively involved in the ACT Government's Healthier Work program.
As well as providing on-the-job training, CRCS also provide employees with a range of professional and personal development opportunities, both internally and externally. Our employees’ professional development is a priority at CRCS and we have designed most of our workplace systems around the achievement of our employees’ professional development goals.
Because we have so many interesting and varied roles within our organisation, we are able to offer our people a career partnership to give them the experience and opportunities they need to achieve their career goals.
CRCS is very selective about the people that we employ, because we are protective of the team culture that we’ve developed. So if you work for CRCS you can be assured that you will be working in a happy, positive environment.
CRCS is made up of employees from all walks of life. We speak 31 different languages and celebrate diversity in all its forms. Our policies are always in review to assess impact and areas of improvement.