About the Crew
Civic Crew assists organisations to employ people with disability on a short or long-term basis.
Civic Crew was established after employers reported difficulties in hiring and retaining people with disability – but also after identifying that many people with disability want to be more involved with, and work within, their own community.
Employers enjoy many benefits from having an inclusive and diverse workforce as well as meeting their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) targets. It helps with staff morale and makes good business sense. While many organisations are keen to employ people with disability, many are wary of the process, or do not know how to even start.
Civic Crew addresses these problems by providing an on-site supervisor, a rotating team and full back-up support. People with disability work within both the host organisation and Civic, but crucially remain Civic employees, continuing to enjoy the social benefits which are an integral part of employment.
What others say…
“Civic did a great job and the Departmental staff were impressed by the enthusiasm and professionalism of the Civic Crew. I have no hesitations in encouraging any business out there wanting an enthusiastic crew of workers” – Simon Scrase, Business Manager, BuyAbility.
“All your staff were fantastic on the day of the event, acted very professionally, warm, friendly and followed all instructions given… I have no hesitation in having them work at other Council run events and activities. Well done in providing such a fantastic service!” – James Jackson, Team Leader Sport & Community Services, Sutherland Shire Council.
Thank you to The Ian Potter Foundation who have provided substantial grant funding for Civic Crew.
Civic Crew has been recognised as a Westpac Business of Tomorrow. Civic is an Australian Disability Enterprise accredited to international standard ISO 9001:2015 and an accredited Social Enterprise with Social Traders.
- Lawn care
- Car washing