Interchange Australia is an award winning organisation that delivers a wide range of services for people who require support to remain living independently in their community. With a history spanning more than 30 years, Interchange has forged a reputation as an innovative, progressive organisation with the ability to combine a caring, person-centred approach with commercial acumen. 

Our mission, backed by our values, is “To deliver high quality, focused care to our clients, whilst providing a safe and nurturing environment to all staff”  

If you are interested in working for a dynamic client services organisation, where you have the opportunity of providing input into providing effective services, we would very much like to hear from you.

For more information about career opportunities at Interchange Australia, please call us on 4868 6688, or send us an email at HR@INTERCHANGEAU.ORG.

Current Job Opportunities


Interchange Australia – Head Office (Bowral)

Are your looking to work in a caring environment with an Award Winning, Not-For-Profit organisation?

Are you an experienced Receptionist/ Admin Support person with an ability to remain calm and focused with a happy demeanor during the busiest times.

The opportunity:

Interchange Australia is currently seeking a passionate, well presented, motivated and organised Receptionist/ Administration Support person. 

You will be responsible for co-managing the reception desk and playing a crucial role in maintaining a smooth and efficient office environment. Serving as the first point of contact, you will provide a friendly and professional service for all internal and external inquiries.

If this sounds like you tell us how you meet the essential and desirable criteria and hit the ‘apply now’ button! This role, based in Bowral, is a permanent full time Monday to Friday opportunity.

The successful applicant will possess highly developed, interpersonal people, organisational and administrative skills.  Your attention to detail, self-motivation, initiative and the ability to work as part of a team and take direction will ensure your success in the role

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Greeting and directing visitors;
  • Answering and directing all incoming calls and handling enquiries;
  • General Administrative duties including filing, stock control, mail;
  • Provide administrative support as required;
  • Participate in, contribute and champion projects;


  • Intermediate computer skills including MS Office;
  • Accurate data entry skills;
  • Highly developed people skills;
  • Proficiency in MYOB;
  • Experienced telephone/switchboard answering skills;
  • A strong commitment to work with people with disability, the frail aged and their carers;
  • High level of written/oral communication skills;
  • Pleasant phone manner;
  • Ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team;
  • Effective time management;
  • A commitment to ongoing professional development;
  • A current NSW drivers licence;
  • NSW Working with Children Check;
  • NDIS Worker Screening Check;
  • National Criminal Record Clearance;


  • Exposure to Accounting packages
  • Intermediate to advanced Excel skills
  • Worked within a community network;
  • Well presented
  • Previous experience in working with people with disabilities and the frail aged;

To be successful for this role, you will need to provide a current National Police Check and Working with Children Check as well as an NDIS Worker check. Full working rights to work in Australia are also required for this role.

Please submit your Cover Letter and CV, addressing the Essential and Desirable Criteria, by Tuesday 12th December 2023 to Leisa Smith at