Berry Street is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse range of staff with a passion and commitment to delivering quality services to vulnerable people within the community.

We employ people in a wide variety of programs and support areas who also have a diverse skill set. They might hold a PhD and work as a Psychologist, they might be using their administrative skills to help us in our offices or they might be a qualified teacher working in one of our school campuses.

Whatever the case, they all have a strong commitment to our values – Courage, Respect, Integrity, Accountability and Working Together. At Berry Street, these Values and our commitment to our clients are the things that set us apart. continue reading >

Current vacancies at Berry Street

Working for Berry Street means being part of a dedicated, supportive and diverse team. We have job opportunities across Victoria in metropolitan and regional areas.

Berry Street Employment - Capability Framework
Berry Street has developed five core capabilities that describe the skills and abilities, aptitudes and attitudes needed by people to achieve high performance in a specific role.
Berry Street Employment - Why Work With Us
Working for Berry Street means being part of a passionate and supportive team with a strong focus on supervision, professional development and reflective work practices.
Student placement at Berry Street
Berry Street has a strong history of and commitment to providing quality learning opportunities to students undertaking placements across the organisation.

Staff stories

Berry Street Staff Stories - Cara
Cara describes her average day at work as seeing the best and worst of teenagers... and the feeling of making a difference with the simple things, like cooking dinner together.
Berry Street Staff Stories - Brydie
Brydie looked to develop her skills as a mainstream teacher and joined the team at the Berry Street School, where she now provides a new approach to trauma-informed education.
Berry Street Staff Stories - Martin
Concerned he wasn't qualified to work in Residential Care, Martin gained qualification through Berry Street and realigned his career to his interest in youth engagement.
Berry Street Staff Stories - Charlie
Despite her family's preconceptions around social work, Charlie finds the true reward in her new found career direction.