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CARA Searching For More Regional Staff

CARA

Disability service provider Cara is searching for new staff across regional South Australia as the sector continues to expand following the role out of the NDIS. 

The state government has been hosting expos across the state recently for jobseekers and people with a disability can access information about the NDIS. 

Cara Chief Executive Liz Cohan said that the demand for services is increasing and new staff are needed in numerous regional areas including Port Pirie, Port Augusta, Kadina and Port Lincoln. 

Expos have been pencilled in for Ceduna and Port Lincoln during November with registrations being accepted via the website.

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