Work with us

We believe that to continue to provide quality services we must attract and retain the right people.

We are looking for intrinsically motivated people with a ‘can-do’ attitude who are willing to grow with the organisation.”


One Tree is an award winning not-for-profit organisation with approximately six hundred staff and over 50 services across Australia and is expanding rapidly. One Tree operates in many communities that experience significant challenges, providing services in metropolitan and regional areas and remote Aboriginal communities. The Organisation’s also sponsors and supports Jodie O’Shea House in Bali.

We provide accredited training in early childhood education to staff.

Employees benefit from above award wages, incentives, bonuses, flexibility and the chance to spend time working in different locations across Australia.

Support for Staff

Assistance for staff

One Tree Community Services offers support, both professionally and personally, to staff across all services.

The wellbeing of our employees is important to us and these services can be accessed through our Family Information Support and Help Program (FISH). We can assist with personal or work-related issues which may be worrying you and impact your general health or wellbeing.

However important or trivial the issue may seem to you, we can help. All discussions are private and there is no charge for this service.

Coaching for staff

Directors and managers are supported with individual monthly coaching and tailored group coaching as required.

One Tree welcomes overseas applicants and is able to provide sponsorship to the right applicants.

For more information see our list of employment opportunities or contact our recruitment officer at


One Tree Community Services acknowledges the traditional owners of the country where we operate. In the spirit of reconciliation, we recognise their continuing cultural connections to their land, waters and communities. We pay our respect to their Elders both past and present and to all First Australians of today.

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