Work With CRC

At the Community Restorative Centre (CRC), we have been delivering services to people affected by the criminal justice system since 1951. We believe a strong team that feels valued and supported is the best team to work effectively with clients so we work hard to create an environment that is professional, respectful and culturally safe.

CRC Research Officer Aboriginal Identified role

Hear from CRC staff about why you should consider working for CRC

At CRC we employ a dedicated, professional and passionate bunch of staff! Check out this video to see some of the great work our staff are involved in and the recognition they are getting for their work. If you have the skills, positivity and work ethic to match our amazing team we would love to hear from you!

Meet Liam Naudi, Aboriginal Identified Transition Case Worker with AOD Transition

“What motivates me to do this work isn’t monetary; it’s making a difference for people I can relate to – seeing someone go from point A to point B and to be with them on their journey.”

Liam is a proud Wiradjuri man with family connections to Peak Hill and strong roots in Western Sydney. Liam has found his calling in helping people. Working with CRC, his role as a Transition Case Worker is to assist clients who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness in their reintegration from prison to community.

Meet Gail Gray, Aboriginal Identified Senior Case Worker with the Miranda Project!

“Looking back, I can’t believe how far I’ve come…I feel like I’ve lived a couple of lives in my lifetime!”

A proud Koori woman, Gail is dedicated to supporting women involved in the criminal justice system. She has faced her own challenges in the past, and she uses her lived experiences to help others, every single day.

Meet our Program Director – Operations and Service Delivery, Michelle Bryant!

“I feel like I am where I’m meant to be.”

Michelle never thought she’d enter the community services sector, but after an eye-opening volunteer experience in Tanzania, her life was forever changed. In the past four years since she joined us, she’s worked to ensure all the necessary support and services are available for our team. Find out how Michelle’s career path led her to us through the ‘read more’ button below.


Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

The Community Restorative Centre is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. It is the right of all individuals to be fairly considered for a position within an organisation for which they have the necessary skills and qualifications, and to be treated fairly within their employment. Every workplace in Australia is subject to Equal Employment Opportunity laws.

CRC’s policy is to ensure that we put the most capable person in the job, regardless of personal or physical attributes and circumstances. CRC offers a supportive work environment where there are opportunities to practise innovative service delivery. We provide regular support and training sessions and we encourage creativity in working with people with a history of criminal justice system involvement and their families.

We are bound by anti-discrimination legislation including:

  • Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth)
  • Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Act 1986 (Cth)
  • Industrial Relations Act 1996 (NSW)
  • Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth)
  • Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth)
  • Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW), including “Carers Responsibilities” & Amendment March 2001 (NSW)