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If you have the skills and experience and are genuinely caring – we want to hear from you!

join our team

Join Our Team

If you have the skills and experience and are genuinely caring – we want to hear from you!

Meet the team

Don’t just take our word for it. See what real members of our team say about working with us.

What our Care Workers and Nurses say

  • "Having worked both as a Care Worker and Registered Nurse for DD, I have always felt extremely supported when I am working autonomously with my Clients.  The team in the office are exceptionally friendly and helpful and never make you feel like you have asked a silly question.

    Sometimes it can be quite unnerving and challenging when you are caring for someone independently in the community, but the DD team never let you feel like you are alone.

    I moved to Australia one year ago, and have worked for other home care agencies – but, I have been my happiest and most secure in my work since joining the DD team.

  • “I enjoy working in the care industry because I know that every day I can make a difference. There are also lots of opportunities for self development and personal growth. I have been working in this industry for over a year and I chose Dutiful Daughters because they were recommended highly to me by a friend. Dutiful Daughters provide regular training opportunities which is a great career benefit and the office is based at a convenient central location. I have always felt extremely well supported by all the wonderful staff at Dutiful Daughters. It is very reassuring to know that a helping hand is never more than a phone call away.”

  • "I really enjoyed working with the team at DD. I have gained great experience and it's refreshing to work with such a supportive and professional agency. I can't speak highly enough of the company. As a Registered Nurse, working with DD has given me the opportunity to be a part of an experienced and dedicated team who are committed to providing top quality Client/Patient care. Working with DD has also given me the opportunity to work across a variety of home settings where the care is tailored to suit the needs of each individual in their own environment. I have found this incredibly rewarding and beneficial to my Nursing career.I am grateful to the DD team for their constant support and for the compassion they show to their staff. It's great to know that their professional advice is only a phone call away.”

  • "I have no intention of raving on and on about the First Aid Training Course last Thursday. All I want to say it was simply fabulous. I remember you telling me Frances Davidson was very good. What an understatement! What a fantastic presenter! I could have spent more than a day listening and watching her present. The thing I admired so much was the fact she is a realist and not affair to debunk many of the theories which have been around for some considerable time.”

  • "Dutiful Daughters is a company whose honesty and integrity are beyond reproach I am not only part of a team but also part of a family. I have been a member of the Dutiful Daughters team for 7 years and during this time have worked with staff that are caring, compassionate and above all committed to their Clients. I have been given the opportunity to increase my knowledge in the industry by attending the many and varied programs that Dutiful Daughters have sponsored  me to attend. The education I have received has helped me to not only do my work in a professional manner but it has also helped me to grow on a personal level and increased my understanding of the importance of support to the various communities that we live in. I enjoy working for Dutiful Daughters because I am improving not only the Clients quality of life but also helping to support the family as a unit. My job is special, I am proud that I can make a difference.”

  • “Many clients ask me why I am with Dutiful Daughters. I say 'because I appreciate their high standards and professionalism and the opportunities they have given me in extending my education'. Through Dutiful Daughters I was able to complete my certificate IV course in Disabilities and Community Services along with Home and Community Care in October 2012. I have attended ongoing classes such as Epilepsy training, Acquired Brain Injury, Mobility etc which enables me to be a better Care Worker. I also appreciate the help from the Care Coordinators and staff who have been very supportive. I find it very exciting to be invited into client's homes and see their various life styles and different cultural backgrounds. I feel with this work, that if you really care about people, and have the commitment and passion it is the most wonderful rewarding career to pursue. Even my husband has commented how much happier I am in this work.”

  • “I was working in an administration role as a secretary until my mother needed more assistance at home as she had been living with Alzheimer's for almost ten years.  I have one sibling, a brother who has a slight intellectual disability.  I was hoping to keep them both in the family home and felt that if I could work in community care I would have more flexibility around my work.  Initially when I started working in community care I missed the camaraderie of team work. I worked with other agencies and experienced different agencies through the care provided to my mother. When I joined DD I immediately felt part of a team.  If I receive positive feedback from those I care for the DD team always express their pride in my work.  They never make me to do any shifts if I don't feel confident in providing them.  The support from the team in the office is always so helpful, if I have concerns about a Client they offer guidance and are always available.I particularly enjoy working in aged care as I feel I can relate to the experiences of Clients and their families having had first hand experiences in situations with my family. Recently my brother had a minor stroke and I needed to place my mother in a nursing home. The best I can say was that they fed her and looked after her personal care needs, but there was no mental stimulation and I can see how important that is to people living with Dementia.  This recent experience reinforced my belief that in-home care is definitely the best option for our loved ones.”

  • “I chose a career in nursing as I wanted to make a difference in another persons life where they had been subjected to an illness/injury be it short term or long term. I arrived in Australia with 2 years nursing experience under my belt. I  applied for a job with Dutiful Daughters because it specialised in Community Nursing an area of nursing which appealed to me because I feel rehabilitation doesn't just stop when the Client is discharged home from the healthcare setting. Working with DD, allows me to help Clients regain their confidence and independence at home. Personally, I feel community nursing is very rewarding as I can see first hand how much it means to my Clients and and their family members to remain at home, be it during a time of recovery or spending their final hours in a familiar setting, the gratitude expressed by the Client/family at this time is merely priceless.”

  • “The education and training provided by DD around Stroke Awareness - was an inspiring, informative and informal training session which has brought stroke awareness to the front of my mind and gives me confidence in dealing with this situation if it ever arises. Thank you for organising.”

Join our team of DD Care Workers 
and Nurses

We are always looking to grow our team of skilled Care Workers and Registered Nurses for services across the North Shore, Eastern, Western and Southern Suburbs of Sydney. 

Dutiful Daughters Field Staff are especially known and recruited for their compassion and commitment. They are genuinely caring, honest, punctual, reliable, able to work independently and have great communication skills.

If you possess these qualities and have the relevant skills, abilities and qualifications –  
apply with us today to join our team!

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Positions in the Spotlight


Live in Care Positions in Sydney

Casual Positions are available immediately for experienced Home and Community Care Workers.We are seeking empathetic, energetic, compassionate people who have an interest and passion for supporting people to live independently in their home. Dutiful Daughters look for staff who will engage with their clients, are interested in enhancing their quality of life and will provide them with a positive outlook.

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Registered Nurse North Shore

Job Description We are currently seeking a Registered Nurse, experience in Neuroscience nursing would be advantageous. Dutiful Daughters are a quality community care provider with Clients throughout Sydney requiring nursing and care assistance in their homes. If you have been working in community care sector and enjoy providing your skills with a genuinely caring attitude, we would […]

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Register for Casual Care Work in the Sydney Region

Positions Available Care worker shifts available across Sydney for a variety of day shifts and night duties. You must have a car, be flexible and available to commit to 10-15 hours minimum per week. Our services are a minimum of 2 hours which can suit some people to work 4-6 hours per day, or others that require longer […]

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Care Worker – Sutherland region

Positions Available Are you looking for rewarding and interesting work that will fit in around family life? We are seeking a casual care worker in the Southern Suburbs with Personal Care experience. Casual work is available for people that feel they have the empathy, compassion, discipline and commitment to caring for seniors in their homes.  You […]

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Staff Training

Training and Education is an important part of your career with us. We hold regular seminars and training courses at our head office so you can improve or refresh your knowledge and skills.

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Frequently asked questions for staff

Have you any unanswered questions? Below are some of our most frequently asked questions about the care we offer.

Q. Is Dutiful Daughters an accredited agency?

A. Yes - we have been fully accredited with the ACHS since 2000 and follow their stringent guidelines.

Q. How does Dutiful Daughters choose their Care Workers for Clients?

A. There are a number of considerations that are made including age, gender, cultural affiliations, and language requirements, and most importantly the extent of care required by the Client. We also ensure that the Care Worker has the relevant and appropriate training for each Client.

Q. What experience and training do I need to be a Care Worker?

A. We are always looking for the right people. Most of our Care Workers have experience in providing care in the community and a minimum of a Certificate III in HACC or similar. Although we do prefer our staff to have a minimum Certificate III, we also support people through their training. It might be that you start with companionship services and as you are suitably trained you will advance through to being able to deliver other services. Most importantly - we need you to be empathetic, reliable, trustworthy and genuinely caring.

Q. Do you have any training requirements for Registered Nurses?

A.  Dutiful Daughters do provide nursing care to people in the community and each service may require different Nursing skills including Palliative Care, Disability Care, Dementia Care, Wound Management, Mental Health and other specific nursing services. We will find suitable services to match your area of speciality. We are always looking for highly skilled, reliable and quality staff so if you meet our criteria there will be short and long shifts available.

Q. Do I need to have a car to work as a Care Worker?

A. It is not a requirement as many of our shifts are provided in the one location. Some of our services are to take clients into the community and those shifts would be allocated to staff that have a vehicle and current driver’s licence.

Q. Do Dutiful Daughters Care Workers and Nurses wear a uniform?

A. No - but we do have a company policy around suitable attire for working in the community. As you are representing DD you should consider that your appearance reflects the company and you should consider wearing clothes that protect you when providing services.

Q. Do you have services available for people who are studying Nursing?

A. Yes, we are able to support your studies and find suitable services that fit around your classes. You would be placed in Care Worker services which would compliment your studies.

Q. What do I need to work for Dutiful Daughters?

A. You are required to provide us with the following documents:
- Three Reference Checks from the last five years;
- A current Police Check;
- 100 Points of ID;
- Copies of your certificates for training;
- Current Working with Children Check (if applicable); and
- Current First Aid Certificate

To complete your application you also need to provide your Tax File Declaration, Bank and Superannuation details and NOK contact details. A passport style photo will also be taken in the office for use in a Staff ID.  During the intensive interview process our company policies and procedures will be explained with with a login provided to complete a few online courses.

Q. I am studying to be an OT - would your work help me through my course?

A. Yes we are an ideal employer for you as we have Clients who require support in their home and you would be placed in Care Worker services where you would develop the social skills for your course.

Q. Do I need a Working with Children check to work in the community?

A. All our Care Workers and Nurses who work with children must complete the NSW Health Working with Children clearance check and must have a current Police Criminal record check. It is also a requirement that you supply three referees for detailed reference checks prior to commencing any services.

Q. Will I continue learning and improving my skills during my employment?

A. Dutiful Daughters offer regular seminars and training opportunities for all staff. We also have online training courses available free of charge to further develop your skills. We have recently run the following courses for staff – Manual Handling including a Hoist, Stroke Awareness, Professional Boundaries, Healthy Ageing Brain Matters and many more.

Q. Do Dutiful Daughters have any voluntary work?

A. No - we pay all our staff for their work and this is the standard rates of pay per hour on a weekly basis. As we are a professional organisation we meet the Fair Work Act Standards although we look to further reward our staff with recognition for their quality work.

Q. How long before I can start if I am successful in my application?

A. The lead time will depend upon provision of your completed paperwork, reference checks and your availability.

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