echo is a not-for-profit employment service provider operating across 13 sites in Melbourne’s South East, East and Inner metro areas.
Since 1991, we have supported people with disability and disadvantages to access meaningful employment pathways.
Our vision is simple: a more inclusive and diverse community.
Governed by the philosophy that everyone has the right to work, we advocate for all people to be included as valued and respected members of the community who can contribute unique skills, strengths and experience.
We are passionate, we care and we are driven. Our team of skilled consultants and industry relationship officers work closely with local employers, job seekers and other support services to achieve long-term, sustainable employment outcomes.
To enable people in situations of helplessness to access pathways reflective of their aspiration and choice.
As a purpose driven organisation, echo is invested in the attainment of an inclusive and diverse community. Fundamental to this response is a commitment to:
• Respect and dignity
• Freedom of expression
• Economic independence
Become a member of echo
Membership is free and will enable you to vote at the Annual General Meeting. It is renewable each financial year between July and mid-November when echo Membership application forms are posted out to existing Members, our DES participants, Staff and Committee Members. Alternatively you may apply online. Traditionally echo does not have Memberships outside of Victoria, Australia.
To view the rules of the Association Click here
Special Resolution to the Rules of the Association Click here
Please note that membership for participants of echo services is free. The Rules of an Incorporated Association provide for an entrance fee and annual subscription fee but was waived by the Board of Management at their first meeting in the 2007/2008 year.
Please complete the form to become a member of echo. In the event of my admission as a member, I agree to be bound by the rules of the association for the duration of my membership.
echo acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.