Disability Support Worker – Mornings & Afternoons Mon-Wed – ROSEVILLE, NSW

Please Note: No Sponsorship is offered for this position

Disability Support Worker – Mo
ings & Afte
oons Mon-Wed – ROSEVILLE (Upper North Shore), NSW

Seeking an experienced Disability Care Support Worker for shifts with a young adult client in Roseville to assist in the mo
ing 6.45am-9am (Mon-Wed) and in the afte
oon 3.00pm-6.00pm (Mon-Wed).

Client is in a wheelchair and requires full support with

Mo
ing routine (6.45am-9am) – Mon-Wed:

– wake and dress (and toileting)
– transfer to chair
– prepare and feed breakfast.and prepare lunch and tidy afterwards
– wait for collection by daycare van

Afte
oon routine (3.15pm-6.15pm) – Mon-Wed:

– wait and assist from daycare van
– prepare afte
oon tea
– social time
– prepare and feed simple dinner

This role would ideally suit two persons to job share, but we would also consider one person.

You must be empathetic, reliable and professional.

There is also potential for work with other clients.

Offering a salary relevant to your experience and the standard of care you are able to provide.

Deliver the highest possible quality care, looking for people that want to be part of a company that has a growing reputation for service excellence. We provide care to people with disabilities of all ages and seniors, as well as post-hospital care.

Benefits:

– Flexible work schedule (casual and permanent part-time positions available)
– Multiple work locations for you to choose your preferred location of work throughout Sydney
– Strong career opportunities for talented carers
– Excellent remuneration for carers with experience or talent / skill for care giving

Requirements:

– Certificate III in Aged Care, Certificate IV in Disability Care, or suitable overseas Nursing/Medical qualifications – you will be required to have manual handling care experience
– Current First Aid Certificate
– Current Police Check
– Smart phone

(please include ref: Roseville in your Cover Letter)

Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.

If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.

Reklamy

Warehouse Worker / Container Unloader

Our client is an industry leader company within the fresh and chilled food market, supplied through major retailers Australia wide.

We are looking for experienced warehouse workers available to work Monday to Saturday, ongoing position.

Mo
ing shifts: 5am to 2pm
Afte
oon Shifts: 2pm to 9pm

MUST HAVE OWN TRANSPORT!

Your duties will include, however not limited to:

– Store Work
– Maintaining stock levels and rotating stock in the chillers and freezer
– Receiving – Loading and unloading trucks
– Dispatching
– Strapping and Stacking boxes (15-25 kg)
– Manual Handling (Up to 20kg)
– Undertake a number of daily and weekly safety and CMP audits in accordance with identified timeframes
– Cleaning in your work area

We are looking for people who are:

– Fit and healthy (Heavy lifting, repetitive movements)
– Able work in a cold/chilled work place
– Able to work in a fast paced food manufacturing environment
– Enjoy team work
– Demonstrate passion for food
– Safe working history

If this sounds like you, please continue by clicking on Apply or send your resume to [Apply online].

Only suitable applicants for this role will be contacted for an interview.

Aged Care Community Worker, Casual – ST IVES (Upper North Shore), NSW

Please Note: No Sponsorship is offered for this position

Aged Care Community Worker, Casual – ST IVES (Upper North Shore of Sydney), NSW

* Reliable Car with comprehensive insurance to transport clients is essential for this role

Join a highly respected and well established Community Home Care organisation providing both private and gove
ment funded services throughout the Sydney Metropolitan Region.

Seeking enthusiastic and caring Community Care Workers in the North Shore area with a positive and proactive approach to support Dementia clients to remain living at home. People with the ability to build strong, positive and trustworthy relationships with clients.

Suburbs include: St Ives, Belrose, Frenchs Forest, Ho
sby, Turramurra and surrounding areas.

Duties & Responsibilities

– Assist client with personal care (e.g. showering, dressing, grooming, toileting and continence care)
– Provide domestic assistance (household cleaning, laundry and ironing tasks)
– Assist client with basic meal preparation
– Dementia and Respite services
– Provide transport for clients to access community and appointments
– Social support and shopping

Skills & Experience

– NSW Drivers Licence & reliable Car with comprehensive insurance
– Cert III or IV in Aged Care, Home and Community Care or Disability (Desirable)
– Previous experience in similar role
– Smart phone with inte
et access
– Valid National Police check (or willing to obtain one)
– Current First Aid certificate (or willing to obtain one)

Benefits

– Casual employment contract; regular clients and ongoing services
– Flexible working hours to suit your lifestyle – School hours, early mo
ings, weekends, after 5pm shifts
– Online and face-to face training
– Access to professional development
– Work for a Leading Home Care Organisation

Care Workers who speaks a second language are encouraged to apply and work with our diverse range of clients and nationalities.

Successful applicant will undertake a comprehensive induction and training as well as ongoing support with access to professional development.

If you are enthusiastic, and passionate about the elderly plus have experience in Community Care work, please apply!

Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.

Youth Worker Entry Level

Youth Worker Entry Level

Do you have an empathetic nature with a passion for providing assistance to vulnerable and at-risk youth? We are currently seeking an ambitious, motivated, and creative casual Youth Worker to join our client’s team located in Geelong. Many youth in the community need your help in encouraging them to take the steps to become the very best that they can be. These vulnerable youth need motivation and this is an opportunity for you to make a difference in the lives of young people in the community. This is more than just a job. It’s a calling to make a positive contribution to society and making the world a better place for children.

In this role, you will support youth in a variety of ways. As you work to build strong, positive, and healthy relationships with the young people, you will mentor and provide positive support to each of them. These children may be linked with the child protection system, may be identified as having behavioural problems, may be in contact with the criminal justice system, or may face other difficult situations. Your goal will be to support these young people to ensure they have everything they need to continue on in making a positive contribution to society.

Position Overview

– Support vulnerable children and young people by working to provide healing
– Provide high-quality mentorship and positive support to youth
– Facilitate and support educational, social, and recreational activities aimed at promoting social behaviour
– Assist clients with achieving their goals and ensuring their needs are met
– Manage unanticipated events or unstable situations in a timely professional manner
– Organise your time and resources based on the individual needs of each youth

Required Skills and Experience:

– Experience supporting vulnerable or at-risk children and young people
– Working with Children Check
– Current valid Driver’s Licence
– Strong interpersonal and human relationship skills while being attentive to the needs of others
– Sound understanding of working with clients with complex needs in a safe and respectful way
– Excellent verbal and written communication skills
– Quick-thinking ability to problem solve
– Knowledge of the issues facing young people in the community

Desired Skills and Experience:

– Certificate in Community Services and/or Youth Work, or relevant qualifications in humanities (teaching, nursing, social work, psychology, correctional services, community services)
– Proven ability in working with conflict and resolving problems

Benefits:

– Competitive salary packaging options
– Friendly and flexible work environment
– Knowing that you are making a difference in the lives of the youth in the community

Job Type: Casual
Hours: Varying day and evening shifts, 4-20 hours a week
Salary: $29.71

Job Ref: 124074

How to apply:
To apply for this role please submit your resume below. Successful candidates will be contacted for a phone interview then onto a face to face interview with the client.

To be considered for this opportunity you must have a legal entitlement to work in Australia & hold a valid VIC driver licence. Criminal record checks with the VIC Police, working with children checks, prior employment checks & functional assessments are part of the recruitment process. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Disability Support Worker, P/T – TAPEROO (North-west of Port Adelaide), SA

Please Note: No Sponsorship is offered for this position

Disability Support Worker, Part Time – TAPEROO (North-west of Port Adelaide Enfield), SA

* Must have a Current Australian Driver’s License & Registered Vehicle with Comprehensive Insurance needed to transport clients when needed.

Join a leading specialist provider of In Home and Community Support to people with disability. We pride ourselves on delivering individually tailored care to enhance the quality of life for our customers and their families.

Help strive to empower customers to live life as independently as possible and offer qualified support staff to work with our customers, their families and carers.

Disability Support Workers will be required to provide support with:

– Community, Social & Recreational Activities
– Assistance with Daily Life
– Live In Care
– Assistance with Self-Care activities (showering, dressing, grooming & toileting)
– Post -Hospital Care
– Ove
ight care
– 24 Hour Care
– Incidental domestic tasks

In joining the dedicated team you will be part of a dynamic environment. All staff are provided with ongoing training and development to ensure they are equipped with the latest and up to date industry insights and trends.

This is a Permanent Part Time role will be based in our Disability Support House at Taperoo, Adelaide.

To be successful in this role we require availability between Monday and Sunday for any of the following shifts:

Day: 7am – 3 pm
Afte
oon: 3pm – 11pm
Ove
ight: 11pm – 7am
for a minimum of 5 days per week.

Requirements:

– Certificate III or IV in Disability
– Current Manual Handling and Medication Management (or willingness to obtain)
– Current Australian Driver’s License
– Current First Aid Certificate (or willingness to obtain)
– Registered Vehicle with Comprehensive Insurance
– Smart Mobile and Inte
et Access

Please note that this position may be subject to mandatory pre-employment checks

Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.

Home Support Worker

Home Support Worker

Our Client is a mode
and vibrant municipality in Melbou
es northe
suburbs. They are known for our attractive environment, family orientated community, healthy natural lifestyle and strong economic position.

They are currently seeking a Home Support Worker
(contract) 26/06/16 25/08/16
Award rate: $24.87p/h

POSITION OBJECTIVES

To assist frail aged and persons with disabilities and their carers to be more independent at home and in the community and avoid their inappropriate admission to long term residential care.

To provide domestic and/or personal care assistance to clients receiving service from Whittlesea Community Care.

Home Care

Household maintenance tasks may include:

– General Cleaning: for example vacuuming, dusting, washing and ironing etc;
– Changing bed linen; washing clothes;
– Cleaning ovens and stoves; fridges and freezers;
– Wiping cupboards / window sills / skirting boards;
– Assistance with banking and paying of bills;
– Shopping at nearby facilities;
– Emptying vacuum cleaners, and
– Receipting and collection of client fees for services
– Assistance with fitting of aids/appliances such as splints and calipers;
– Use of lifting machines;
– Supervision of medication intake;
– Receipting and collection of client fees for services.

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS

– Friendly, non-judgmental approach to working with clients.
– A good listener with good communication skills.
– Exercise a friendly, co-operative approach and be assertive when appropriate.
– Articulate confidently and competently when assisting clients.
– Flexible and innovative approach to work.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Preference will be given to applicants who can demonstrate:

– Previous experience within Aged & Disability Services or a similar field.
– Completion of (or demonstrated progress towards the completion of) the Home and Community Care Certificate (including Personal Care), Attendant Care courses, SEN or equivalent qualification in health or community services.
– Demonstrated completion of (or demonstrated progress towards the completion of) First Aid Certificate (Level 2) preferred.
– Ability to speak a relevant community language would be an advantage.
– Experience in and understanding of aged and disability area.

Apply to [Apply online]

* Note due to time commitments only shortlist applicants will be contacted.

Aged Care – Support Worker, Casual – Lower North Shore areas of SYDNEY, NSW

Please Note: No Sponsorship is offered for this position

Aged Care – Support Worker, Casual – Lower North Shore areas of SYDNEY, NSW

– Must have a Current Australian Drivers Licence & reliable insured motor vehicle

Join a progressive and friendly company that has been providing a range of flexible services to support people to live independently in their own homes and the community for over 25 years. Operating in 17 locations across Australia, have in excess of 1,700 staff, 10,000 clients and growing every day!

What you will be doing

Looking for Support Workers in the Northe
Beaches, Lower North Shore, East and Weste
Suburbs to join a dedicated team where „Being for Others” is the Mission.

These rewarding roles support clients with a range of support services including Respite, Personal Care and Domestic Assistance to enable independence, improve social connections and promote positive health and well-being in both the community and clients homes.

What you bring:

– Certificate III in Aged Care/Individual Support or equivalent
– Current First Aid Certificate (or willingness to obtain one)
– Current Australian Drivers Licence, reliable insured motor vehicle
– Smart mobile phone/device
– Computer literacy and access to emails/inte
et
– Availability on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between the hours of 8.00am and 4:00pm

Benefits

In retu
you will have ongoing training to develop your skills, career progression opportunities and a satisfying and fulfilling work life.

Want to join this team?

If you want to make a real difference in your community, enable people to achieve their goals and improve someone’s quality of life then submit an online application to enjoy a rewarding career as a Support Worker.

Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.

Disability Support Worker, Casual – IPSWICH (South-west of Brisbane), VIC

Please Note: No Sponsorship is offered for this position

Disability Support Worker, Casual – IPSWICH (South-west of Brisbane), VIC

* Must have a Car and drivers license to transport clients when needed

Provide tailored services to the Aged/Home Care sector in the Melbou
e region. Offering a holistic approach to care, focusing on quality of life and exceptional client service, delivered with respect and passion.

Looking for new Care Givers who share company values and philosophies regarding client care.

Currently searching for a number of passionate people who would be interested in joining an Ipswich team on a casual basis.

The roster for this position is Monday to Friday only.

– Experience is advantageous but not essential
– Most important is the delivery of the best customer experience, every day
– Encouraging creativity and collaboration to enable excellent outcomes for the people we support
– You will need to be diverse, the same as the clients

Offering an rewarding environment with great lea
ing and career opportunities for people who share the company values. Support our people to grow, lea
and reach their potential.

Offering great benefits, including salary packaging, novated leasing, private health insurance discounts, a range of different roster arrangements, paid parental leave, an employee assistance program, plus much more.

Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.

Warehouse Worker / Container Unloader

Our client is an industry leader company within the fresh and chilled food market, supplied through major retailers Australia wide.

We are looking for experienced warehouse workers available to work Monday to Saturday, ongoing position.

Mo
ing shifts: 5am to 2pm
Afte
oon Shifts: 2pm to 9pm

Your duties will include, however not limited to:

– Store Work
– Maintaining stock levels and rotating stock in the chillers and freezer
– Receiving – Loading and unloading trucks
– Dispatching
– Strapping and Stacking boxes (15-25 kg)
– Manual Handling (Up to 20kg)
– Undertake a number of daily and weekly safety and CMP audits in accordance with identified timeframes
– Cleaning in your work area

We are looking for people who are:

– Fit and healthy (Heavy lifting, repetitive movements)
– Able work in a cold/chilled work place
– Able to work in a fast paced food manufacturing environment
– Enjoy team work
– Demonstrate passion for food
– Safe working history

If this sounds like you, please continue by clicking on Apply or send your resume to [Apply online].

Only suitable applicants for this role will be contacted for an interview.

Key Worker – Housing / Mental Health

Healthcare Australia are excited to be working in partnership with an outstanding organisation within the Mental Health field.
We are looking for a committed and motivated Community Mental Health Worker who is passionate about following the vision, mission and values of this organisation at the same time having the same passion about the recovery of the clients.

This organisation is looking for a Key worker to work in and around Perth Metro. You will be dealing with people who experience chaotic life circumstances such as homelessness, AOD use, Family/domestic violence and mental health issues, specifically concentrating on Housing.

You will be responsible for:

– Undertake initial client assessments to determine their suitability for support from the service
– Manage a case load of clients in your area, developing individual plans with individuals and their families
– Ongoing assessment of clients needs and circumstances, monitor progress and determine support
– Provide a range of support interventions within a developmental framework
– Ensure that all required inte
al and exte
al client paperwork is completed and copies kept on file
– Working with a team including support worker, GP’s and support services

To be successful in the role you will need:

– Advanced knowledge in mental health, biopsychosocial and psychosocial rehabilitation, mental health recovery and individualised person centred approaches
– Degree or Diploma in Mental Health, Social work, Occupational therapy, psychology or equivalent and/or relevant work experience which demonstrates skills – 2-3+ years
– Ability to work within a case work model
– Current driver licence
– Working with children check – willing to apply
– National Police Certificate – willing to apply

We are looking for a number of people to start ASAP, please apply without delay for an immediate interview.

Aboriginal and Torres Trait Islanders are strongly encouraged to apply.

Click apply or contact Clare Scambler at: [Apply online]