‘Tarraitpayinthi’  Artwork by Allan Sumner and Sarah Bates; First Nations Artists from South Australia

This artwork was developed as part of Aged and Community Services Australia’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)


We acknowledge the traditional custodians  of the land on which we work and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.


Our  First Nations Hub is an industry-led online resource designed to support the First Nation workforce, employers and potential workforce within the Aged Care sector.

If working with First Nations People including First Nation communities and the homelands appeals to you, consider the Aged Care sector.  Aged Care offers many different job roles with a  real opportunity for on-going employment.

Our hub lists resources for working or wanting to work anywhere in the Aged Care sector plus links to scholarships and funding opportunities.  To see these documents and websites select the Resources button.

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If you are seeking employment opportunities in Aged Care sector, the Workforce button takes you to information about what employees look for, and what other opportunities people are looking when working in Aged-Care.

Opportunities, experiences and initiatives in the First Nations space, are coming to the Workforce Stories page soon.

To check if a career in Aged Care is right for you, check the Right Fit Checklist, Rural and Remote Checklist .

Story of the artwork Tarraitpayinthi

The artwork ‘Tarraitpayinthi’ reflects the connection and influence between Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA), Government, service providers and community. This story represents the linking of several organisations to provide culturally safe and effective services to First Nations people living in urban, rural and remote communities through-out Australia.

View the ACSA RAP Artwork description of ‘Tarraitpayinthi‘.

Walking in reconciliation

We walk together in reconciliation to ensure older First Nation people receive culturally safe care.