Working at the Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC)

The SARC team includes people from a range of professional backgrounds:

  • Administration
  • Doctors, including consultants from a number of specialties
  • Nurses
  • Clinical psychologists
  • Social workers

Our team provides the highest quality service possible to meet client needs.

An Aboriginal Community Liaison Officer provides support and assistance in closing gaps for Aboriginal people.

SARC is an equal opportunity employer and our team is committed to having a supportive, harassment and discrimination-free workplace. If you’re interested in becoming part of our team, contact us on (08) 6458 1820 or


Medical employment

If you’re a doctor or nurse and interested in learning more or are thinking about joining the SARC clinical forensic medicine team, please call (08) 6458 1820 and speak with the head of clinical forensic medicine.


Therapy employment

All counsellors and therapists employed at SARC have a tertiary qualification in a designated counselling field and are eligible for registration with their professional association. If you would like more information about joining the therapy team, call (08) 6458 1820 and speak with the senior clinical psychologist coordinator.

Because of the nature of our work, SARC doesn’t have volunteers.

Last Updated: 07/09/2023