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Working at Benetas

Benetas is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment with a focus on the wellbeing of our employees and clients. With our positive and inclusive culture you will feel supported to be the best you can be in your career in the Aged Care industry.

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Why work at Benetas?

Benetas is one of Australia’s leading aged care providers, with more than 1,500 employees and 400 volunteers across our residential aged care, home and community care services and corporate areas. We offer a comprehensive range of career and employment opportunities to meet with our diverse workforce.

As a Benetas employee, you will:

  • work in an inclusive and progressive learning environment that enables you to be at your best
  • have the opportunity to work in Benetas’ new innovative models of care in our Residential and Home Care services
  • work in a high performance culture focused on providing a positive and fulfilling ageing experience

Strong commitment to our workforce

Benetas has a strong commitment to supporting the diversity and inclusion for our workforce, this philosophy is evident across all levels of our organisation and proudly maintains a strong endorsement from our Board of Directors.

Find out more about Diversity and Inclusion at Benetas

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Our committment to our workforce has led to the following accreditations and memberships:

  • Recognised as an 'Employer of Choice for Gender Equality' for 14 consecutive years
  • White Ribbon Workplace Accreditation - 2018
  • Member of the Diversity Council Australia
  • Participant in the 'Given the Chance' program
  • Awarded ‘Excellence in People and Culture’ - 2017 – Leading Age Services Australia (LASA)
  • Finalist in ‘Commitment to Workplace Health and Wellbeing’ Award - 2017 - WorkSafe Awards

Employee benefits

  • Salary Packaging for all staff (including casuals) to reduce your tax and increase your take home pay
  • Meals and entertainment benefit
  • Opportunity to purchase an additional two or four weeks annual leave as part of the Purchased Leave initiative
  • Eight weeks paid parental leave
  • Partner (spouse) pay
  • Non-mandatory superannuation contribution payments to staff for the company paid proportion of parental leave
  • Leadership Development and Mentoring programs
  • Ongoing training and development through a culture of learning
  • Aged care Nursing scholarships
  • Study leave
  • 'Refer a Friend' cash-bonus incentive
  • A number of recognition and reward programs

Our values

We are focused on providing a positive and fulfilling experience where everyone has the opportunity to age well in communities of choice and support. We endeavour to recruit and retain staff members and volunteers who embody our values of respect, responsibility, community and spirit, and people who are truly passionate about working with older people.

Respect: We take the time to understand and value each person and respecting their choices.

Responsibility: We act with integrity toward our clients, their families and carers, our supporters and the broader Anglican community.

Community: We strive to build strong relationships and communities of interest among all stakeholders by working together in an open, involving way.

Spirit: We build a positive, energetic culture dedicated to creating fulfilling life experiences for older people.


OH&S Policy and Prevention of Violence Statements

At Benetas, we aspire to excellence in occupational health and safety (OH&S) performance. We view this as fundamental to the way we conduct our business and to the way each individual performs their duties.

Please read our OH&S Policy Statement and Prevention Of Violence Statement.


Volunteers are an integral part of Benetas, from our Board directors to facility bus drivers. We currently have over 400 volunteers from all walks of life who choose to work with older Victorians for a variety of reasons.

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Our Whistleblower Policy

Our Whistleblower Policy

Benetas is committed to providing a supportive environment where actual or suspected wrongdoing can be reported safely and without fear of retribution. Our Whistleblower Policy has been updated and is effective from January 2020. It applies to Board Directors, External Advisors, Executives and Managers, Employees, Volunteers, Contractors and Consultants, past and present. To read the Policy, learn how to make a report and the protections in place, please download your copy below.

Current employees should download a copy of this document from the Policy Hub (which is available through bconnect).

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Whistleblower Policy