Work with us

Work With Us

Homes North acknowledges that our staff are the key to our success and will focus on stable and strong leadership across our team.  We value our team and support them and work together to make a difference.  Our staff have a strong belief in the purpose, values, and work done by Homes North.

We aim to attract, develop, engage and retain the best mix of people who are skilled, aligned with our values, committed to our purpose and able to work in partnership with others to achieve great results for our community.

Our team are highly skilled and aligned to our values. We work as a team to be supportive and show understanding and encouragement to one another.  We worth ethically and with integrity and conduct ourselves professionally, maintain confidentially and are always honest.  We take responsibility and ownership of our own behaviour and actions and act with good faith, believing people are acting with good intent.  We show respect at all times, valuing our differences and treating people how they want to be treated, and we communicate in a positive, clear and concise manner, listening without judgement.

At Homes North we aim to:

  • be an employer of choice;
  • foster professional learning and development;
  • support professional excellence and a performance culture;
  • support our team’s wellbeing and resilience through growth and change;
  • develop skills in change management and project management, and
  • ensure our organisation structure is appropriate, robust and cohesive.

If you would like to be part of a progressive organisation, where your ideas and input are valued, we would like to hear from you.  Listed below you will see any current vacancies.  You can download any job description and information package for a vacancy by clicking on the relevant links.  These documents will be in PDF format and you will need Adobe Reader to open them.  You can download this free software here.

Current Positions Vacant

People & Culture Officer

Are you passionate about people and developing the culture of an organization?

Are you passionate about contributing to an important cause? Do you have a background in Human Resources or supporting and developing the people and culture of an organisation? Do you have a passion for internal customer service? Are you a strong communicator with the ability to think strategically? Are you looking for a role that is flexible and will help you achieve a balanced blend between your work and home life?

We may just have the role for you! Homes North are looking to hire a part-time People and Culture Officer (up to 22.5 – 30 hours per week) based in Armidale or Tamworth.

The People and Culture Officer provides generalist HR Support to the HR Coordinator/People & Culture Manager as well as other managers and team members. The role carries out a range of Human Resources related activities including HR administration and documentation, recruitment & selection, training development and delivery, HR systems and procedures and maintenance of employee records. To succeed in this role you will be an experienced, enthusiastic and self-motivated person.

Who we are looking for

We are looking for someone who has experience in the following areas:

  1. Experience and understanding of Human Resources functions (Pay and benefits, recruitment & selection, training and development)
  2. Demonstrated high level of communication skills (verbal and written) –ability to communicate with a wide-ranging audience
  3. Networking skills –ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with internal stakeholders
  4. Computer literacy –knowledge of software relevant to role (MS office software, Adobe)
  5. Human Resource Information System experience is advantageous
  6. Analytical problem solving skills – ability to diagnose and understand issues as well as being solutions focused
  7. Experience in internal customer service and/or stakeholder management


  1. Experience or some knowledge or experience, interpretation and application of relevant legislation governing employment, human resources and industrial relations. Includes: Fair Work Act, Awards, Agreements, etc
  2. Experience in a HR Administration, HR Officer or other HR related role
  3. Experience within the Community Services sector or not-for-profit sector
  4. HR or business administration related qualifications or the interest undertaking

What we need from you:

To be considered for our role please attach via SEEK:

  1. A cover letter outlining your skills, experience and/or knowledge in the above areas
  2. Your current resume

Who we are

Homes North is a not-for-profit organisation serving the New England North West region, with offices located in Armidale, Glen Innes, Gunnedah, Inverell, Moree and Tamworth. Operating for over 30 years, Homes North creates secure, affordable and sensitively managed housing opportunities for low income households, striving for an integrated and inclusive approach to housing for all.

Our vision is that every community member on low-to-moderate income in the New England North West region has a secure place to call home, which they can independently sustain into the foreseeable future.  This vision recognises the continuum of housing needs – from emergency and short-term accommodation to address homelessness, through supported and community housing, and over long-term pathways to secure and affordable home ownership. Community members may move in different directions along this continuum as a result of changes to their financial, health and family circumstances.

Please email inquiries to

Closing date for applications – COB Tuesday 30 August 2022.