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Rostered Part time positions Provide support to clients with complex disabilities Generous Salary Packaging options Positons available Metro and South Metro area
Lady Lawley Cottage offers respite services for children with disabilities and challenging behaviours, and their families and has been operating for over 100 years.  We are passionate about all children being able to live with dignity, connecting with the wider community and living as valued and contributing members of society.
The role
Provide support to clients with a high level of physical disability through the delivery and provision of quality care at Lady Lawley Cottage and within the community, central and south of the river. You will play a key role in caring for clients through the provision of clinical and personal care, providing opportunities for engagement and outings into the wider community and encouraging them to reach and exceed their full potential. You'll always maintain the client's dignity and work with the families to ensure client focused goals are met.
About you
Proven experience in working with children with intellectual or physical disabilities and complex clinical needs.  A Certificate 3 or 4 in Disabilities Services or similar is required with equivalent experience. Continuity and reliability is essential.
You will also be available to work flexible shift work which can include night duty, have a full Australian Driving Licence, possess a Current First Aid and CPR Certificate and provide evidence of immunisations. 
The benefits
Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations in the world in a hands on role that positively impacts the local community. Red Cross offers excellent employee benefits such as salary packaging.
For further information please see the position description or contact Laurie Abbott on *****91 + click to reveal
 Residential Support Worker PD.pdf
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Hall & Prior is a private organisation operating in both Western Australia and New South Wales that specialises in residential aged care. We believe that our commitment and dedication to providing high quality care can make a real difference to the lives of our care recipients and their families. Our homes embody safety and comfort, offering choices in accommodation, lifestyle and health services that are important to our care recipients.
Our home has a strong, caring and welcoming culture and is well known in our region for the high quality of care we provide to our care recipients.  Our experienced team operates with the common themes of passion for our resident's health and happiness and professional conduct and kindness in the community of our home.   
 
We currently have a position available for an experienced Registered Nurse at one of our  Aged Care Home in Perth, South of the River. This is a permanent part time position.
Key attributes for this position:
Current registration with AHPRA National Police Certificate Experience in supervising staff in the clinical and care environment Experience in writing, evaluating and reviewing resident care plans Knowledge and experience with ACFI and the ACSAA assessment system Computer skills Good knowledge of aged care documentation requirements Empathy with elderly residents and their families Previous experience in Aged Care & Dementia Care Full work rights in Australia Immediate start
 
Our organisation is growing and dynamic and offers employment opportunities for professional development, training and career advancement.
If you would like to become a part of our team  or would like some further information please contact our Director of Nursing: Sharron Magennis on *****@hallprior.com.au + click to reveal  or *****13 1700, + click to reveal or click on the ‘apply’ button and attach a cover letter and a copy of your current Resume.
 
Please visit our website www.hallprior.com.au to view our homes.
 
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About the business and the role
If so, you may be just the professional that we are looking for to join our dedicated team at Midland Nursing Home, on a permanent part-time or casual basis. 
At Midland Nursing Home we specialise in providing aged care services that are person-centred, to assist our care recipients to live a quality and fulfilling lifestyle.
Founded in 1972 Midland Nursing Home is a high care facility, family owned with long standing experience in aged care and an unwavering commitment to provide the community with the best in residential aged care services, for residents with high care needs.
Midland Nursing Home provides 24-hour care and lifestyle support to 110 residents.
 
Job tasks and responsibilities
Key responsibilities:
You will report to the Executive Manager and/or the Clinical Nurse Manager. You will be required to assess, plan, implement and evaluate care related to the mobility, dexterity and rehabilitation of the resident. You will have the ability to determine individual capabilities and set realistic goals to optimise efficient mobility, respiration and physical comfort, within a residential setting.
 
Skills and experience
Essential Criteria:
Bachelor of  Science (Physiotherapy) and current registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) Police Clearance no later than 12 months old Proactive, innovative and forward thinking An agent for change Demonstrate well-developed communication skills Able to work autonomously, and within a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) environment A commitment to providing exceptional service  Preferably have your own transport
Job benefits and perks
Benefits:
At Midland Nursing Home we offer a fulfilling career with flexible working hours. Competitive rates of pay including 9.5% super Training and Development Opportunities    
If you feel that you have the necessary qualities to fulfil this role in Aged Care, please submit an application before Wednesday, 30th May, 2018.
Application must include a cover letter addressing the selection criteria and resume, for the attention of the Staff Development/Human Resources Officer at:
*****@midnurse.com.au + click to reveal
If you require further information about this position, please don't hesitate to contact:
Julianne Beames on *****57 + click to reveal
Due to the high number of responses, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
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Permanent Part Time
64 hours per fortnight
Hepburn Health Service is seeking an enthusiastic Food Services Assistant to join the team.  The Hotel Services staff at Hepburn Health should have or aspire to the personal qualities, knowledge and skills to provide and facilitate the delivery of superior food to residents and customers of the facility. The duties of this position will include preparation and distribution of meals, washing dishes, cleaning of kitchen areas and other tasks as delegated by the Hotel Services Manager.
Key selection criteria:
Food Hygiene Certificate or equivalent. A current and satisfactory National Police Record Check must be presented or arranged at the time of commencement and three yearly thereafter. Demonstrated experience in the food service. Proven ability to meet deadlines goals/objectives. Sound appreciation of key concepts of food safety principles, occupational health & safety principles and quality assurance. Demonstrated highly developed interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to operate in an environment of change. Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Download position description (adobe pdf document 39KB) for further details.
Enquiries to Gerard Malcolm -  Manager, Hotel Services on *****89 + click to reveal
 
HOW TO APPLY:
Applications close at 5pm Wednesday 6 June 2018 and should be submitted via email
People & Culture Officer
Hepburn Health Service
PO Box 465
DAYLESFORD VIC 3460
or by email: *****@hhs.vic.gov.au + click to reveal
Your application should include:
1. Cover letter including the position title and your brief overview for apply for the position.
2. A statement addressing each Key Selection Criteria which is located in the position description. When answering the KSC please give examples of evidence, skills, knowledge and attributes you have. Note: Please read the Position Description carefully so you have a good understanding of what is required.
3. Current Resume
4. Copies of any formal qualifications. Note: hard copies of your qualifications will need to be produced at interview.
Appointment is subject to satisfactory completion of a Police Record Check and also a Working With Children Check .
 
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A leading disability service provider in the Sale region has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Program Coordinator to join our leadership team.
Working in conjunction with our Program Coordinator the successful candidate will be involved with all aspects of our service provision. Some direct care is expected. The ability to manage staff and work unsupervised is essential.  
A tertiary qualification is desirable, a minimum of Certificate 4 in Disability is essential.
An attractive remuneration package is available and an excellent opportunity for advancement. 6 weeks annual leave per year.  Salary Packaging available.  Hours can be negotiated.
For more information please contact Ian on *****23 + click to reveal
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Prestige Inhome Care is a private provider of high quality home-based care services. We currently have an opportunity for an experienced Client Services Coordinator to join our office team on a full-time basis. In this role you will enjoy:
A friendly workplace passionate about providing high quality care services for our clients The convenience of working Mon-Fri close to home in our Geelong office Be supported by your Team Leader and colleagues onsite, while working as part of a larger Client Service team Know that through your work you are making a difference in your community
As part of our Client Services Team, you will use your professional and compassionate customer service skills to support new and existing clients, health care providers and direct care staff.
An average day in service coordination may include arranging staff rosters, providing support and supervision to a team of direct care staff over the phone, following up on client enquiries, contributing to procedure or process development, and supporting new staff recruitment activities. This is a varied role that would be a great match for your previous service coordination experience, expert time management skills and relevant qualifications in community services or as an Enrolled Nurse.
Submit your application via the SEEK website or find out more about Prestige Inhome Care at www.prestigeinhomecare.com.au or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/prestigeinhomecare/.
Contact Kellie O'Shea on *****00 + click to reveal with specific questions about this role.
All appointments are subject to a satisfactory National Police History Check. Police check outcomes are considered in accordance with applicable legislation and standards.
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HCA Community Care is a division of Healthcare Australia that specialises in the provision of community support staff to a wide variety of organisations & individuals with disability across Adelaide and the Western and Eastern suburbs. As an NDIS registered provider, HCA Community Care is seeking committed Disability & Mental Health/Welfare Support Workers to provide 1:1 care to direct customers in their homes and in the community.
We are looking for reliable, dedicated and passionate staff who want to add value to the lives of others providing consistent, professional and individualised support for our customers.
Our customers have various support needs, and depending on the customer, your role as a Support Worker may involve manual handling, community access, transportation, personal care and companionship. We support people 24 hours a day, every day - including mornings, evenings, weekends, active nights and sleep overs. 
Essential Criteria:   
Minimum 6 months full time paid work experience in Disability or Mental Health 2 professional industry reference checks Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Reliable and flexible Commitment to customer care is paramount Current full driver's licence and a reliable, comprehensive insured vehicle DCSI Children's and Disability checks Current First Aid and CPR certifcates Current Police Check certificate Availability & willingness to commit to on-call and work short shifts Minimum of 20hrs per week availability
Desirable Criteria:   
Cert III or IV in Disability/Mental Health/Individual Support/Aged Care Experience with autism spectrum disorder and/or high challenging behaviours is highly desirable
The Benefits:  
At HCA Care we value all employees and reward employees for their efforts.
Benefits include:    
Above Award Wages Free Manual Handling training on offer FREE Criminal history checks FREE online Education packages Attractive Referral Rewards eHCA mobile phone app - for ease of updating your availability, submitting time sheets and viewing your booked shifts
Join today to reap the rewards of working with one of the fastest growing Healthcare providers in Australia. To apply please provide your resume and cover letter to *****@healthcareaustralia.com.au + click to reveal
All disability staff MUST undergo or provide a current Police Check, a Working with Children Check card, a current First Aid/CPR level 2 certificate and to complete a DWES check.
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About the Company
For over 40 years Drake Medox has been the leading recruitment provider for hospitals, health organisations and individuals Nationally and Internationally.
We offer 24/7 support, training/buddy shifts, flexibility with your rosters, attractive hourly rates and weekly pay.
About the Role
Drake Medox is currently recruiting a team of committed Support Workers to assist with the support of a male client located in the Northern Suburbs.  We are looking for Support Workers with common sense, respect and dignity for the individual they support.
Your positive attitude and passion for life will be the most important aspect of your role. In return you will have the pleasure of working for an organisation who is committed to delivering a quality service that provides consistently high client satisfaction levels.
Those who have the following attributes would be highly regarded for this team:
Open to providing companionship Willing to assist in the time of need Outgoing, Bright and Positive personality Open minded, respectful and reliable
Duties
The role consists of, but is not limited to the following:
Assisting client at medical appointments Attending the gym with the client Flexible shifts Set in a friendly home environment Community access is one of the key requirements of this role
What we require from you
Australian Drivers Licence
First Aid & CPR
Minimum 2 years’ experience in ICU and/or Acute Care
National Criminal History Check
Current Clearance – DCSI (Child Related)
Must have current Australian work rights verification (No Sponsorships Offered)

Company Culture
Candidates most enjoy:
Being of service to a family in need of support
Unique working Environment
Making a positive impact on individuals in the community

Benefits
Regular shifts with flexibility in your roster
Weekly pay at competitive hourly rates
Develop your skills in an engaging and supportive environment

If this opportunity interests, you please through your resume and call James or Kehani now on *****70 + click to reveal to discuss this exciting opportunity further!
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HCA Community Care is a division of Healthcare Australia that specialises in the provision of community support staff to a wide variety of organisations & individuals with disability across Fleurieu Peninsula. As an NDIS registered provider, HCA Community Care is seeking committed Disability & Mental Health/Welfare Support Workers to provide 1:1 care to direct customers in their homes and in the community.
We are looking for reliable, dedicated and passionate staff who want to add value to the lives of others providing consistent, professional and individualised support for our customers.
Our customers have various support needs, and depending on the customer, your role as a Support Worker may involve manual handling, community access, transportation, personal care and companionship. We support people 24 hours a day, every day - including mornings, evenings, weekends, active nights and sleep overs. 
Essential Criteria:   
Minimum 6 months full time paid work experience in Disability or Mental Health 2 professional industry reference checks Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Reliable and flexible Commitment to customer care is paramount Current full driver's licence and a reliable, comprehensive insured vehicle Availability & willingness to commit to on-call and work short shifts DCSI children and disabilty checks Current First Aid and CPR certificates Current Police check certificate Minimum of 20 Hours per week availability Smart Phone
Desirable Criteria:   
Cert III or IV in Disability/Mental Health/Individual Support/Aged Care Experience with autism spectrum disorder and/or high challenging behaviours is highly desirable
The Benefits:  
At HCA Care we value all employees and reward employees for their efforts.
Benefits include:    
Above Award Wages FREE Criminal history checks FREE online Education packages Attractive Referral Rewards eHCA mobile phone app for ease of updating your availability, submitting time sheets and viewing your booked shifts
Join today to reap the rewards of working with one of the fastest growing Healthcare providers in Australia.   To apply please provide your resume and cover letter to *****@healthcareaustralia.com.au + click to reveal
 
All disability staff MUST undergo or provide a current Police Check, a Working with Children Check card, a current First Aid/CPR level 2 certificate and to complete a DWES check.
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We are expanding into Queensland and are currently seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified applicants who are committed to provide support to our clients.
This position involves providing a professional, high standard of client services delivered with respect and integrity to build relationships and to connect people with a disability and their families to a range of providers and resources to meet the needs of their individual NDIS support plan and implement the clients plan in various funded supports.
We can offer you
Full Time employment within a growing organisation SCHCADS Level 5 / $35.78 per hour + Super Gold Coast / Southern Brisbane Location
The successful candidate will have
Criteria
Frontline Management or Certificate IV Disability Work / Community Services and or specialised skills to perform at this level. Demonstrated experience working with culturally diverse people and with complex clients. Knowledge and experience of using positive behaviour support to work with individuals with challenging behaviours. Knowledge of Equal Employment Opportunity and Work Health and Safety requirements relevant to the position. Knowledge of Disability Standards. Demonstrated skills in priority setting, planning and organising own work to achieve work outcomes with the ability to work autonomously and as part of a multidisciplinary team. Demonstrated interpersonal, active listening, conflict resolution, written and verbal communication skills (e.g. phone manner, file notes) with a focus on key stakeholder relationships. A thorough knowledge and understanding of the NDIS and other relevant legislation. Knowledge of 3SA programs and services and other provider services. Information communications literacy in a windows environment, particularly word and excel to intermediate level, email, web with a strong emphasis on accurate data entry. Experience implementing person centred and human rights based approaches. Attention to detail to analyse client outcomes against the NDIS Price Guide and Terms of Business. Experience using Microsoft excel, word and ability to adapt to new systems and processes. Flexibility to work across services and locations. Current driver’s licence. Working with Children Check NSW.
3SA trading as OTCP, CNC and Our Mob is a not-for-profit organisation providing responsive and flexible support services to people living with mental illness, disability and/or experiencing accommodation difficulties. Working with 3SA offers many great benefits aside from being part of an organisation which creates positive and lasting change in people’s lives.
Benefits of working at 3SA
Excellent salary packaging benefits Career growth and training opportunities in a valuable sector A flexible and supportive working environment Free Employee Assistance Program
Interested in this position?
Please visit our website, www.otcp.com.au  to view the position description.
We welcome and invite Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply Appointment to this position will require a satisfactory police check clearance To be eligible for this position, you must have the legal right to work in Australia
For Enquiries: please contact Margaret-Ann Goy on *****52 + click to reveal
Applications close: COB Friday 8th June 2018
 
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work and pay our respects to their elders past and present.
 
 
 
 
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Churches of Christ in Queensland, Marana Gardens Aged Care Service, Southport
Permanent, part-time opportunity
Imagine a job where everything you did made a difference
About the role
Every day is new and different for a Care Coordinator (Registered Nurse level 2) at Marana Gardens Aged Care Service. During your varied day, you will work closely with the Service Manager and allied health professionals to carry out contemporary nursing practices through assessing, planning, and evaluating resident care.
Your primary focus will be recognising resident needs and assisting them with services that enrich their daily living. In order to ensure that resident's individual care plan requirements are met, you will also provide comprehensive guidance to care staff.
You will be responsible for providing advanced clinical support, leadership and coordination of clinical care for residents with complex needs. Some of the residents you will look after for years to come and the relationships you build with them and their families will be both meaningful and significant.
Within this part-time position, you will work 48 hours per fortnight (four days per week). If you are looking for a diverse and rewarding role that has a positive impact on the lives of seniors, this might be the right opportunity for you.
About you
You are often commended on your problem solving, decision making and negotiation skills and you take pride in your highly developed interpersonal skills. You have the ability to prioritise and manage workloads according to resident needs and are able work independently or as part of a multi-disciplinary work team. You can effectively communicate at all levels enabling you to achieve best nursing practices in accordance with legislation, common law and quality improvement.
Ideally you will have;
Minimum 5 years' experience in aged care with an understanding of the ageing process and age related health issues; Demonstrated knowledge of ACFI and accreditation/compliance; Demonstrated interpersonal and written communication skills; Experience in managing a dedicated staff of personal care workers.
Only people with Australian work rights are able to apply for this position.
Importantly, you will be someone who closely aligns with our organisational values of: modelling unconditional love; behaving with integrity; and being good stewards.
Who we are
We offer over 200 services in more than 100 communities, positively impacting around 45,000 lives each year. Our care services range from children, youth and family services, early intervention and protection, affordable housing, and seniors and support living, making us one of Australia's largest, most diverse not-for-profit organisations.
In particular, we operate 28 residential aged care services that include specialties such as dementia, palliative and respite care.
Imagine working for us
Our values encourage us to be accepting of differences and embrace all. Our size and variety offers you real choice and opportunities to grow your career. You'll also find we offer a family friendly work culture.
Remuneration packages come complete with salary-packaging benefits that can increase your take-home pay along with a generous five weeks of annual leave and the ability to purchase more ( for eligible employees) . To ensure your career can grow, we are constantly exploring innovative training and development programs. Most importantly, you will help us to positively impact the lives of thousands of vulnerable Australians. Just imagine that.
To apply
To apply for this position please click the Apply button. For further information, please contact Danielle Lowe on *****88 + click to reveal.
We actively encourage and invite applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all our positions.
Applications close: Thursday 7 June 2018
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Are you looking for a position in a forward thinking aged care company where you can make a real difference? If you answered YES, then please read on!
Join a growing and vibrant organisation where Everyone Matters' Training and development opportunities available Casual hourly rate of $27.65 + reimbursement for travel between clients
We are currently seeking a Community Support superstar in the Fraser Coast region! If you are the type of person who wants to support seniors to live their best life and believe senior years are something to be celebrated, then we want to hear from you!
About you:
You must hold a minimum Certificate III in Individual Support/Aged Care/Disability or similar qualification You have a current drivers licence and own vehicle with current registration and third party insurance You are willing to undergo a police check and prove that you have the right to work in Australia You are available to work a variety of shifts over 5 days per week between 7am - 7pm (Alternate weekend availability is highly desirable) You are ideally located in Hervey Bay and comfortable to travel in the Hervey Bay and Maryborough areas You are happy to work approx. 15-20 hours per week on a casual basis
The ideal candidate will have previous experience providing a range of services to clients including undertaking personal care services, transportation to and from appointments, domestic cleaning and preparing light meals. Not only that but they will also demonstrate passion, enthusiasm and a genuine desire to support our clients to live their lives to the fullest.
About Feros Care:
Feros Care is a multi-award winning not-for-profit organisation offering a range of aged, disability and community care services. What we care most about is helping people live bolder lives. Better connected. More active. More fulfilling.
We don't just want our clients to live. We want them to dream. To get their feet wet and their hands dirty. To laugh, have friends, be happy. We call it growing bold and for over 30 years, we are making it real, both for older Australians and those living with disability.
We place a strong importance on our culture and strive to create an environment where staff are able to do their best life's work. We love diversity within our teams, it brings richness in ideas, perspectives. It makes us a better organisation and allows us to achieve more than we could have imagined.
Apply Now!
Now if what we have said has excited you and believe you fit the brief we would love to hear from you!
We encourage people with disability, lived experience of disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for this job.
When successful, you will be required to undertake a criminal records check in accordance with legislation and provide proof of your right to work in Australia.
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Kerry Bundock on *****93 + click to reveal, quoting Ref No. 810184.
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Right in the heart of the beautiful Blue Mountains!
The ideal candidate will need at least 6 months experience as an RN in Aged Care in Australia. This is a full time 5 shift a week role - 38 hours a week - We can only take applications from candidates who are Australian Citizens - Perm Residents or have full non restricted full time work rights.
Your role is to ensure direct care of residents are met, through managing assessment and care planning process. Provide support, direction and education to other care staff. Support policy development and provide continuous improvement process for clinical systems. 
Requirements:
Registration with AHPRA as an RN DIV1 Previous Aged Care experience Ability to lead the care staff  Strong understanding of ACFI & Accreditation A commitment to the provision of quality aged care High level of communication and interpersonal skills Work rights to work in Australia  

Benefits:
Flexible hours Great salary package Supportive and caring environment Career progression opportunities

Please send your resume to malcolm@…show email
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Your Lifestyle, Your Choice, Your Satisfaction
Have you noticed that agency ads are usually all about them…
…and never about you?
 
At Your Nursing Agency (YNA) our focus is on providing you with the best place to work. We have arrangements with family friendly and flexible workplaces that take the time to care for our staff.
 
We have are currently seeking PCWs with Aged Care experience across care facilities throughout Perth.
 
Being a national provider we can also facilitate the transition to other states: whether it is via contracts or high paying agency shifts, we can meet all of your needs and expectations
 
Benefits of Being Part of Your Nursing Agency (YNA)
Great Choice: The flexibility to pick when and where you work Great Pay: Above award, extremely competitive weekly pay Great Rewards: One of the best referral schemes in Australia AND a great bonus scheme that is unique in Australia
 
Great Conditions:
Free uniforms A friendly, locally based allocations team that knows how it works in Perth
 
Great Opportunities:
Remote and Rural opportunities across Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Easy transfer to metropolitan Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne or Cairns. Work with one of Australia's largest, most professional and growing nursing agencies where Your Lifestyle is Your Choice.
 
About You:
Certificate III in Aged Care Minimum 12 months full time experience in Aged Care Current First Aid including CPR Current Manual Handling Current Police Check  Willingness to travel
 
 
No joining fee's; great pay rates; flexible rostering, free uniform and friendly staff who care about Your work needs.
 
So make YNA Your Nursing Agency
 
If this sounds like the opportunity you are looking for then don't hesitate - either call *****85 + click to reveal, email *****@yna.com.au + click to reveal or apply via Seek below.
 
www.yna.com.au
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Hall & Prior is a private organisation that specialises in residential aged care. We believe that our commitment and dedication to providing high quality care can make a real difference to the lives of our residents and their families. Our homes embody safety and comfort, offering choices in accommodation, lifestyle and health services that are important to our residents.
Operating in both Western Australia and New South Wales our team bring together a wide range of backgrounds and experience as well as a passion for what we do.  We provide many employment opportunities for nursing, care, hospitality, administration and allied health staff. 
 
We are currently seeking a Physiotherapist to join our team in Albany.  This is a part time position with flexible working arrangements. The Physiotherapist will cover residential and community care. We are open to experienced and new graduate therapists with previous aged care exposure.
The successful applicants will have passion, enthusiasm and dedication to meeting the needs of our wonderful residents and also possess well-developed organisational and time management skills.
Key attributes for this position include:
Relevant tertiary qualifications Current registration with AHPRA Knowledge of aged care standards and accreditation process National Police Certificate Current Drivers Licence Empathetic and compassionate approach to the elderly and their families Full work rights in Australia
 
The organisation is dynamic and offers a challenging, interesting, and rewarding career path providing staff with opportunities for professional development, training and career advancement.
If you believe you have what it takes to provide quality aged care or would like some further information please contact Madelyne Glover on *****88 + click to reveal or via email: *****@hallprior.com.au + click to reveal  or click on the "Apply" button and attach your Resume with Cover Letter.  Please visit our website www.hallprior.com.au to view our facilities.
 
Compassionate people, dedicated to care
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One of Australia’s leading aged care providers Boutique seeks a Clinical Manager for one of their flagship facilities.
Large-sized facility High staff-to-resident ratio and strong care team support $100k + super + benefits
As the Clinical Manager you will have full clinical oversight, being involved and responsible for staff training, management and supporting your staff.
  
Based in an abundantly green suburb with solid amenities, the facility is almost new and purpose-built with a clear focus on contemporary design, placed in stunning surrounds.
You
Previous Clinical Manager experience of a medium-sized facility Current AHPRA registration Experience leading / managing a team
To find out more contact Terry on *****11 + click to reveal or email *****@sanctuaryrecruitment.com + click to reveal
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About the business
ADEC is a state-wide Victorian organisation assisting people with a disability, their families and carers from diverse cultural backgrounds. ADEC's philosophy is empowerment of people with disability and their full inclusion in the broader society. 
About the role
The role of the My Aged Care Team Leader is to plan and deliver a program of Aged Care supports to ADEC clients who are receiving My Aged Care packages.
The Team Leader will be responsible for:
- operating procedures for the My Aged Care program and coordinating the activities by which they are delivered to clients
- marketing the Aged Care program
- conducting Aged Care support planning with clients to establish their support requirements and needs.
 
 
Benefits and perks
- Salary packaging
- Flexible working arrangements
Skills and experience
Key Selection Criteria
Essential:
- Certificate III in Home and Community Care / Certificate IV in Aged Care, or equivalent
- Previous experience in the Aged/Disability field in a comparable position
- Previous experience leading a team 
- Highly developed verbal and written communication skills
- Current Victorian Drivers licence
- Ability to work without direct supervision, within guidelines and procedures.
Desirable:
 - Current Level 2 First Aid and CPR Certificate
- Formal qualifications in social work, community development, community services or related areas
- Excellent time management and task management skills
- Previous experience of working with people from ethnic communities
- Second language.
Applications close Friday 8 June 2018.
You must address the Key Selection Criteria to apply for this position.
For a copy of the Position Description or more information, please contact *****@adec.org.au + click to reveal
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Parkes and Surrounding Area's
Make a Difference with work that matters
ABI Services is a specialist not for profit disability service for people with an Acquired Brain Injury. We provide one on one support to the clients' in their own home as well as our small Group Home. Join this unique team and be part of a specialist support service for people with an Acquired Brain Injury. 
Essential:
* Driver's License
* Motor Vehicle 
* Mobile phone
* First Aid Certificate (if not, willing to obtain one within first 3 months of commencing)
* Working with Children Check 
* National Police Check
Attractive Hourly Rate offered: $24.89 + Casual loading + penalties where applicable.
Training will be provided to successful applicants for all clients, so no experience is necessary. If you are willing to learn we are more than happy to teach you..
* This particular client is high care needs, will require behavioural support as well as specialised therapy care ...
For the right applicants this could be an ongoing, long term, rewarding career...
Although casual employment you can potentially progress to full time hours should that be what you are wanting to achieve 
We do have a 24 hour, 7 days a week roster system so flexibility is definitely preferred. 
Applications & Enquiries to: 
Jayne Wadeley - HR/Administrator 
Phone: *****05  + click to reveal
Email: *****@abis.org.au + click to reveal
Website – www.abis.org.au
 
 
 
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This position involves providing a professional, high standard of client services delivered with respect and integrity to build relationships and to connect people with a disability and their families to a range of providers and resources to meet the needs of their individual NDIS support plan and implement the clients plan in various funded supports.
We can offer you
Full Time employment within a growing organisation SCHCADS Level 5 / $35.78 per hour + Super Ballina Location
The successful candidate will have
Criteria
Frontline Management or Certificate IV Disability Work / Community Services and or specialised skills to perform at this level. Demonstrated experience working with culturally diverse people and with complex clients. Knowledge and experience of using positive behaviour support to work with individuals with challenging behaviours. Knowledge of Equal Employment Opportunity and Work Health and Safety requirements relevant to the position. Knowledge of Disability Standards. Demonstrated skills in priority setting, planning and organising own work to achieve work outcomes with the ability to work autonomously and as part of a multidisciplinary team. Demonstrated interpersonal, active listening, conflict resolution, written and verbal communication skills (e.g. phone manner, file notes) with a focus on key stakeholder relationships. A thorough knowledge and understanding of the NDIS and other relevant legislation. Knowledge of 3SA programs and services and other provider services. Information communications literacy in a windows environment, particularly word and excel to intermediate level, email, web with a strong emphasis on accurate data entry. Experience implementing person centred and human rights based approaches. Attention to detail to analyse client outcomes against the NDIS Price Guide and Terms of Business. Experience using Microsoft excel, word and ability to adapt to new systems and processes. Flexibility to work across services and locations. Current driver’s licence. Working with Children Check NSW.
3SA trading as OTCP, CNC and Our Mob is a not-for-profit organisation providing responsive and flexible support services to people living with mental illness, disability and/or experiencing accommodation difficulties. Working with 3SA offers many great benefits aside from being part of an organisation which creates positive and lasting change in people’s lives.
Benefits of working at 3SA
Excellent salary packaging benefits Career growth and training opportunities in a valuable sector A flexible and supportive working environment Free Employee Assistance Program
Interested in this position?
Please visit our website, www.otcp.com.au  to view the position description.
We welcome and invite Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply Appointment to this position will require a satisfactory police check clearance To be eligible for this position, you must have the legal right to work in Australia
For Enquiries: please contact Margaret-Ann Goy on *****52 + click to reveal
Applications close: COB Friday 8th June 2018
 
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  Support Services Officer   SUPPORT SERVICES OFFICER (PART-TIME MATERNITY LEAVE COVER)
Westcare is a leading Not for Profit Disability Enterprise first established in 1947 with over 140 staff operating manufacturing facilities at premises in Bassendean and Nedlands for our printing, box making, food and industrial packaging, and safety business.
About the Role:
Maternity Leave Position part-time / 6 months contract (June- Dec 2018) with possible extension To provide training and support to our supported employees (employees with disability) in achieving goals relating to work practices and Individual Employment Plans. To be able to follow and implement individual service plans and positive behaviour support plans. Write up case and training progress notes on a regular basis for all employees and enter into a database. Conducting workplace and personal plan meetings, goal setting and planning, and daily workplace health and safety checks. Organise inclusive workplace events including morning teas.
Essential Criteria:
Cert III in Disability Individual Support//Community Services or working towards Current Police Clearance/ Working with Children Check. First Aid Certificate.
Desirable Criteria:
Computer Literate – MS Word, Excel, Outlook and Internet. Knowledge /experience on FaHCSIA funding FOFMS system. Experience in working with clients who have complex and challenging support needs. Demonstrated ability to provide efficient and valued personal assistance to supported employees. Conducting workplace and personal plan meetings, goal setting and planning, workplace health and safety. WA Driving License. Knowledge about NDIS
Why be part of Westcare?
Make a difference to the lives of people with disabilities; Excellent working conditions; Career development training- related to job role Great team environment
Interested applicants please forward a covering letter and CV to: *****@westcare.com.au + click to reveal  by 22nd June 2018. We reserve the right to withdraw this advert  prior to the closing date. Interviews will commence immediately and only shortlisted applicants will be contacted on this occasion.
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