Supported Employment - Oakleigh, Victoria


Looking for a job? We’re hiring!

We now have multiple supported employment opportunities within our team.

Endeavour Foundation Industries (EFI) at Oakleigh is an Australian Disability Enterprise providing supported employment services to individuals with disability. The site offers a range of industrial services including:

  • Food packaging
  • General packaging
  • Warehousing

The type of work that you do each day will be dependent on what jobs we have in production, but could include anything from general food packaging, to labelling, heat sealing, assembly of promotional kits for events, or possibly even forklift driving!

Here at Oakleigh we service a broad range of national and local clients, giving you the opportunity to work on an exciting mix of well-known retail and household name brands.

Our experienced team will work with you to help you achieve the goals you set yourself.

Contact us today on 1800 112 112 and start your journey to independence and enjoying a fulfilling and rewarding job!


How to find us

Endeavour Foundation Industries, Oakleigh is located at 29 Edward Street, Oakleigh. The site has safe pick-up and drop off zones and is a short walk from the Huntingdale train station and local bus routes.


Endeavour Foundation Industries – Oakleigh, Victoria

29 Edward Street, Oakleigh, VIC 3166

T 1800 112 112

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Opening hours

Monday 8:00am – 4:00pm 
Tuesday 8:00am – 4:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am – 4:00pm
Thursday 8:00am – 4:00pm
Friday 8:00am – 4:00pm

*Closed on Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays

How to get started

  • Benefits of Supported Employment

    There are so many benefits to be gained from joining Endeavour Foundation as a Supported Employee. You will learn real-life employment skills that align with your NDIS goals – whether that be part-time, full-time or open employment - whilst still having access to ongoing coaching and daily support.

    You will be joining a fun, welcoming team, have the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends, with plenty of social events and activities along the way!

    Supported employment gives you the opportunity to earn an income straight away while also providing ongoing training and skills development.

  • Eligibility

    If you’re aged 15 years or over with an intellectual disability and looking for work in a commercial, yet fully supported environment – supported employment could be right for you.

    To be considered for supported employment opportunities you will need the following:

    • An NDIS plan with funding for either:

      • Core - Assistance with Social, Economic and Community Participation -- Supports in Employment, Specialised Supported Employment OR

      • Capacity Building - Finding and Keeping a Job -- Supports in Employment, Specialised Supported Employment

    • The willingness/ability to work a minimum of 8 hours per week.

  • Work Experience

    Transitioning to work is a big step for everyone. Our Work Experience Program is a great way to develop skills, make new friends and get job ready.

    In partnership with your school, we’ll put together a tailored program. This means you’ll experience a range of work tasks, learn new skills and get job ready before you leave school. You’ll also be supported and guided by mentors and supervisors in a safe environment.

    With us, you can:

    • Gain experience in a real-life work environment
    • Learn about team work and communication skills
    • Build your confidence and self-esteem
    • Meet new people and make new friends
    • Develop your skills and learn new ones
    • Work towards finding a job you love

    At the end of the program, you’ll receive a Certificate of Achievement and a letter of work experience confirmation. If it’s what you want, you may even get a job with us.

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