A genU nursery supported employee is standing in a greenhouse. He is holding a tray of plants.

Supported Employment

genU opens door to genuine employment

Supported Employment provides extra workplace support, training and flexibility to people living with disability.

As a genU Supported Employee you get valuable experience in a real job and earn genuine pay. You’ll have support to try new things and get to enjoy being part of a great team.

If you have NDIS funding for employment supports, talk to us to find out if genU Supported Employment is right for you. We’re growing and have a variety of roles available in Geelong, Colac, Rosebud and Campbellfield.

Contact us to find out more

Genuine flexibility

Talk to us about the variety of options available. Choose from indoor to outdoor, behind the scenes or face to face with customers. You can also move across our businesses to try new roles and find what suits you:

• Hospitality, catering and food preparation
• Landscaping and grounds maintenance
• Nursery and horticulture
• Packaging and warehousing
• Document shredding and management
• Commercial laundry.

Get genuine skills, experience and support

We have a wide range of support services to help you thrive in your role. As well as on-the-job training you can access a range of short and long courses to help you develop valuable skills.

You will work alongside genU support staff and mentors committed to understanding and respecting your needs and goals.

Supported Employment in genU’s modern and vibrant local businesses can give you valuable experience while you build confidence. It can be a stepping-stone to your next career opportunity.

Supported Employment Success Stories

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Jack cultivates his passion for plants in supported employment

Supported employee Jack is part of a creative project helping customers find the perfect plants at genU’s busy nursery in South Geelong.

Paid open employment the next win for go-getter Elle

Elle and her family say they ‘jumped for joy’ when she got a job in open employment with the Ocean Grove Bowling Club.

“I got paid for the first time in 20 years!”

Kerrie is legally blind and has found work at Seasons Kitchen in Rosebud where she feels valued, supported and part of a family.