We are in partnership with people at all ages and stages of their lives
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You can be part of our vision to provide every person with a disability a life of choice, freedom and independence. Join us and discover a rewarding and fulfilling role that can change someone’s life.
Current Opportunities

For thousands of people living with disability, a life of one’s own can only be achieved with support. That support could come from you. Click the button below to visit the Spectrum Care Career website.

Meet our team

Sheaam Achmat – Recruitment Lead

Sheaam joined the Spectrum team in March 2022, bringing with her a strong background in health and business development.

With a consultative approach, Sheaam has a real passion for enabling others to realise their potential.

Sheaam has more than 15 years’ recruitment experience and holds a degree in organisational psychology and employment relations from the University of Auckland.

Rebecca Lee – Recruitment Coordinator

Rebecca has been with Spectrum Care since October 2021 and brings her coordination experience from the fast-moving consumable goods and food testing industries.

Rebecca has changed career paths into recruitment and has a passion for helping others. Her core values are empathy, kindness and empowering others to make choices, and live a life of independence and freedom.

Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Auckland.

Sara Coysh – Recruitment Coordinator

Sara joined the Spectrum team in 2022. She has a compassionate nature and extensive lived experience in the disability sector, and is dedicated to improving the lives of others. She has a degree in Psychology, and has carved a career path in a diverse range of Employee Trainer positions, where she discovered her passion for recruitment.

Her role is to work alongside her team to facilitate the recruitment process for new employees and provide a smooth transition for those joining Spectrum Care.


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International internships

Since starting our International Internship Programme 2009, we’ve offered placements to hundreds international students from Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the United States, completing a range of different degrees in their home countries.

If you’re thinking about an international internship, why not choose a great organisation in the most beautiful country in the world?!

We partner with White Cloud Internships to support you throughout your internship.

Are you looking for an internship where you can make a positive difference?

All our international interns complete the same New Zealand Qualifications Authority accredited induction training as our fulltime Community Support Workers.

This training includes health and safety, first aid and crisis prevention, as well as training in communicating with people with profound disabilities.

Your work rosters are structured collaboratively to ensure you achieve your learning objectives, and have time to fully experience and enjoy our beautiful country.

You’ll also have plenty of time with our other international student interns to share your experiences and build new friendships.

White Cloud’s dedicated Student Intern Manager and Supervisor is available throughout your time with us, and provides regular workshops on topics relevant to your professional development, such as ethical dilemmas, behaviour management, opportunities and challenges, and community integration.

You’ll also have lots of on-the-job training and guidance from experienced staff, and can rely on house/site leaders and Service Coordinators for daily support while at work.