Work with us

When you work for diabetes NSW & ACT you are part of Australia’s largest member-based non-profit organisation dedicated to people living with, or at risk of diabetes.

We administer the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) for more than 430,000 people living with diabetes in NSW and the ACT and support a growing community of more than 45,000 members.

Our priority is the health and wellbeing of our diabetes community and we help them to live their best lives by providing positive support and education.

We have more than 100 employees and a small army of ambassadors who help us raise awareness and the funds we use to provide programs and support and to campaign for change.

Diabetes NSW & ACT offers membership to people living with diabetes and healthcare professionals from a range of disciplines involved in their care. We also have a strong team of corporate partners.

Our mission

A life without the complications or complication of diabetes.

Our vision

We support people living with and at risk of diabetes every step of the way.

Our values

Diabetes NSW & ACT is a purpose-based organisation, which means that our purpose underpins everything we do. We have four key values that are central to our vision and mission.

Collaboration and Engagement

  • Teams deliver more than individuals on their own. We believe 1 + 1 = We’re always looking for ways to collaborate with others to achieve common goals.

Accountability and Responsibility

  • The buck stops with me. We believe in putting our hand up and taking ownership to get things done.

Respect, Integrity and Openness

  • There are no hidden agendas, information is shared openly and all employees are encouraged to treat others with respect.

Excellence and Innovation

  • We are always looking for ways to improve our business. We want to create a great experience for our customers, clients and members. We want a great place to work. We encourage people to make suggestions and strive for ways to go above and beyond.

Join our community of over 45,000 people living with diabetes