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Our mission is to provide freedom, independence and mobility to all Queenslanders living with low or no vision. By joining our team, you can too.
Make a career of caring in a wide variety of roles
Guide Dogs Queensland is home to a wide range of career opportunities. Our organisation grows each year and includes specialist and professional staff, as well as entry level roles.
A friendly, supportive and caring place to be
By joining the Guide Dogs Queensland team, you’re becoming a part of a bigger picture. We take pride in celebrating your achievements and encouraging your career development.
Let your work make a real difference
Working for Australia’s most trusted charity will bring experiences beyond the normal workplace. Love what you do and let your work have a true impact on people in need.
Search for opportunities
Guide Dogs Queensland has a great new opportunity available for a Major Gifts Advisor to join our team. This is a full time opportunity where you will get to build and cultivate relationships with high net worth individuals, as well as identifying and prospecting new major gift supporters.
An exciting 12 month contract opportunity exists for an experienced and dedicated Occupational Therapist to join our team at Guide Dogs Queensland, based at our head office in Bald Hills.
Guide Dog Mobility Instructors deliver Orientation & Mobility services to clients living with blindness and low vision throughout Queensland.
The Quality Manager leads, resources and drives a strategic focus on organisational continuous quality improvement, compliance and risk management, and leads the organisation through audit, monitoring and accreditation processes.
Guide Dogs Queensland has an exciting opportunity for an experienced veterinary nurse to join our team in our brand new onsite veterinary clinic in the role of Veterinary Nurse and Clinic Coordinator.
Our mission is to deliver O&M services to blind & vision impaired adults and children throughout communities in Queensland. Our O&M Specialists work across a multidisciplinary team working to enrich the lives of Queenslanders with no or low vision.