Communities and Justice

Employee Value Proposition

The DCJ Experience - Working with us, you’ll do unique and interesting work that affects positive change in the communities we serve.

At DCJ, we:

  • live our values of Service, Trust, Accountability, Integrity, and Respect in how we work together and with the community
  • respectfully serve our communities
  • partner purposefully across our services to improve outcomes for communities and individuals
  • strive for a positive culture where everyone can bring their best selves to work.

We want you to realise your potential. Your diverse background and experiences will be valued and integral to the work we do. Regardless of what role you step into at DCJ, you’ll do work that really matters and makes a difference. 

5 reasons to work with us

Purposeful work

You’ll do work here that you simply cannot do anywhere else. At DCJ we support the justice system and people through challenging times by delivering programs and services that provide a way forward.

Diverse career pathways

You will have access to diverse experiences that support your career. We offer many opportunities across our varied workforce via multiple career journeys and ongoing learning and growth.

Committed to inclusion

Your ideas, lived experience and diversity of skills will support us to create solutions to complex challenges. We live our values in how we work together, striving to achieve a respectful, safe and inclusive workplace where everyone’s diverse contributions and cultures are valued.

Flexible ways of working

You’ll be supported with flexibility when working with DCJ. Whether it’s rostered or part-time work, working from one of our locations across NSW, remote work or unique leave entitlements such as parental leave and flex leave. Flexibility helps people achieve balance so they can thrive at work.

Future focused

You’ll put people in our care and protection, at the center of what we do - adapting your approach, practice and support to create better partnerships and outcomes. 

For more details refer to our Employee Value Proposition and DCJ experience (PDF, 1.7 MB).

Last updated:

14 Nov 2023