Meanwhile, South Australian disability service provider Cara has named Lorraine Johnston as its Executive Manager of Employee Experience and Workforce Development.
She replaces Tim Wilson who has moved to Bedford for a role as Executive Manager People, Communications, Strategy and Quality.
Johnston has worked across commercial, community services, health and regulatory sectors, with recent senior experience at the Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator, Pulteney Grammar School, Flinders Medical Centre and disability organisation Minda Incorporated.
“Now, more than ever, the disability sector needs an influx of skilled, passionate and professional staff so that people with disability can live fulfilling lives with choice and control,” she said.
“I am looking forward to growing Cara’s staff so that our customers can rely on excellent support workers, and I am also excited for more people to discover how rewarding a career in the disability sector can be.
“Cara’s reputation as a provider of choice and an employer of choice stands us in good stead to increase our work with children and adults with disability around South Australia.”