Are you a motivated, enthusiastic person who enjoys engaging and supporting people with disabilities? 
We have work supporting children and adults in group programs, both in the community or centre-based.
• Arts
• Music
• Independent Living Skills
• Camps
• Youth groups
• Adult recreational program
• Weekend Social Club
• After-school care
• Holiday programs
Salary as per the Social, Community, Home Care & Disability Services Award 2010
Applications close 8 October 2017
Interviews will be held on 13 October 2017
To apply please email your application to ***** including + click to reveal the following:
Resume including three referees with direct line management responsibility A separate statement addressing the 'Key Selection Criteria', which is available from the position description
**Only applicants that address the 'Key Selection Criteria' will be considered.
Please see our website for more information.
Personal Care Worker
Wimmera Nursing Home
CW1 Grade 2- WP1 Grade3
Casual positions available
We are seeking a Personal Care Worker to join our professional team to work with our care team to provide person centred direct care to the residents of the Wimmera Nursing Home. This casual position includes working on a rotating 7 day, 24 hour roster when required and available. This is an opportunity to work within our high level of care Residential Aged Care Program.
Key Selection Criteria include:
· Certificate III in Aged Care Work [CHC 30208]
· Excellent oral and written communication skills
· Computer literacy
· Ability to prioritise and self-direct the workload
· Commitment to quality customer service
· Current Level 1 First Aid certificate
· CHCCS305C Assist clients with medication course
· Previous experience in residential care services
 Attractive benefits that are offered by the organisation may include:
Salary packaging, Professional development and education programs, Employee Assistance Program, Comprehensive orientation program. Accrued Day Off (full time employees only) Flexible rostering Opportunities for career progression Free parking
This is a great opportunity to work in a diverse clinical environment and join a reputable rural health service dedicated to the provision of quality patient centred care and to meet the needs of the community.
For more information about this position view the Position Description and/or contact the person indicated below. Further information on Wimmera Health Care Group can be found on our website or Facebook page.
Applications must be submitted online via e-recruit by the Closing Date.
Wimmera Health Care Group (WHCG) is committed to equal employment opportunity and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including those with a disability and encourages applications from people from culturally and / or linguistically diverse backgrounds. We aim to provide a safe environment for our staff, patients, residents and clients which includes supporting and responding to disclosures of family violence issues.
Pre-employment check: All applicants must be willing to undertake a national police check prior to commencement of employment.
Enquiries: Donna Elsom
Ph: *****08 + click to reveal
Applications Close:
The McKenzie Aged Care Group is a privately owned and family operated organisation committed to employing professional, caring and compassionate staff to uphold the organisational philosophy of ‘Our Family Caring for Your Family’. We don’t just talk about great care – we deliver it.
We currently have vacancies for committed and experienced Assistants in Nursing (AINs)/Personal Care Attendants (PCAs) at our Seaton Place facility located in Cleveland, QLD.  Our AINs/PCAs are key contributors in delivering exceptional good nursing care and providing quality service to our residents. This is an excellent opportunity to utilise and develop your skills and be part of a dynamic and caring team.
These positions are casual with day, afternoon and night shifts available providing you with great flexibility.
We offer successful applicants outstanding workplace conditions including above industry benefits and rates of pay, beautiful surroundings and a positive and engaging workplace culture. Our values driven organisation is committed to enriching the lives of people by providing care with compassion, respect and integrity, promoting the health, independence and social interaction of seniors.
To apply for this position and join a progressive company that has a strong focus on promoting from within and providing fulfilling careers visit our website at, click on the 'careers' tab, then 'apply or view current vacancies' and ‘sign up’ to complete the registration process.
Enquiries: Robert Ringwald
Ph: *****00 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 05/10/2017
Are you a people person?
Are you enthusiastic, versatile and innovative?
Do you thrive on variety?
Are you an excellent communicator, especially one-on-one?
Are you interested in art, music / dance / football, as well as the health and wellbeing of others?
Do you want to make a real difference in an individual’s life?
Does this sound like you? Apply now!
As your employer in this type of role, we’ll assist you closely in developing your skills while you gain further valuable experience in supporting an individual living with a disability to achieve their goals and aspirations, and to live as they choose in their home and community.
Within Cerebral Palsy Alliance, we’ll give you every opportunity to progressively take on more responsibility within the role, while ensuring you still receive all the assistance you need.
Working with your supervisor and team, you will directly support / enable an individual in all identified areas of their daily life, including communicating with others, supporting that person's individual goals, personal support, assisting at mealtimes, participating in community activities, attending appointments and supporting their general health and wellbeing.
These are casual positions supporting clients located in a variety of Sydney locations.
Who are we?

At Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) we pride ourselves on our high-quality family-centred therapies, life skills programs, equipment and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families. Our priority is to support people living with cerebral palsy to lead an independent and inclusive life.
Our employees continually rate us as one of the best employers in Australia. They recognise and appreciate that our organisation is driven by its values – integrity, passion, excellence, courage and respect.
What do we offer?
a great salary and benefits package all of the support you need from your network of colleagues and managers every opportunity to develop and use your initiative to benefit your client ongoing professional development and career advancement opportunities interesting, varied and satisfying work. 
What will you bring to the role? 
a good understanding of the rights of people with a disability a commitment to making a difference in an individual’s life the capacity to work independently and as part of a team willingness to learn and develop conflict resolution skills a minimum P2 driver’s licence the ability to travel within the Sydney metropolitan area Working With Children Check, or willingness to obtain prior to joining First Aid and CPR certificates, or willingness to obtain within 3 months of joining a Certificate III in Individual Support, or willingness to obtain within 6 months of joining.  
How to apply

As part of the application process, you will need to respond to the full selection criteria and upload your resume. Apply now to complete your application.
Note: this role is a level 1 or 2 (depending on experience) within the CPA Disability Practitioners Role Family.
Enquiries: Anne Marie Bell
Ph: *****62 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 28/09/2017
An opportunity is available for an experienced Enrolled Nurse to provide daily support to residents at Tuia Lodge Residential Aged Care Facility.  
You will support our residents to improve their quality of life by assisting with day to day activities, ensure safety and well-being is maintained and build positive professional relationships with residents and team members.
The position is Permanent Part Time.  Candidates will need to be able to work across a range of days (including weekends) and shifts as per roster requirements.
Conditions of employment will be in accordance with the Nurses Award 2010 – Level and over award payment according to experience.
To be considered for this role you MUST be able to practically demonstrate the following:
Certificate IV - Diploma of Nursing A focus on continuous improvement. An in-depth understanding of the Aged Care Accreditation Standards. The ability to successfully manage others or willingness to learn A commitment to contribute to the ACFI process Medication administration experience Wound care experience Computer skills and experience with iCare would be highly regarded.
To apply please forward your resume to ***** + click to reveal Questions regarding this role can be directed to Ann Clifford (Facility Manager) on *****02. + click to reveal
Applicants should review the position description and information for candidates on our website        
Shortlisting will commence immediately and we reserve the right to withdraw the advertisement at any time. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. We do not sponsor overseas candidates.
Applications Close: 4pm, 27th October 2017.
Benjamin (Ben) Rose
Chief Executive Officer
Care Manager – Residential Aged Care – Healesville area
Fantastic opportunity to join a large aged care provider with plenty of opportunities for career development. With new homes on the horizon, now is a great time to join the team!
The Care Manager reports directly to the Facility Manager. The Facility Manager is very well respected and very supportive at this large and modern home. The Care Manager is responsible for care planning, providing clinical support and guidance, education and recognising and rewarding staff achievements.
Registered Nurse with current AHPRA Registration Experience as a Care Manager in residential aged care Strong leadership, communication and people management skills Good knowledge of the aged care standards Exceptional clinical knowledge and skills Good problem-solving skills Passion for aged care and a team player 
Competitive salary starting from $90,000 + Super (Negotiable) Plenty of learning and development opportunities Flexible working hours
If the above role sounds like a good fit for you, we would love to chat. Contact Candice Ray on the below contact details –
Phone Number: *****83 + click to reveal
Mobile: *****85 + click to reveal
Email: ***** + click to reveal
Please note all correspondence is confidential and only shortlisted applicants will be contacted
Relief Director of Nursing - Aged Care (Registered Nurse)
Are you an experienced Manager looking for a different management position? This leading aged care organisation are offering the chance to work across NSW in a relief management role.  Great salary and huge variety available in this position. Base starting at $135,000 Work for a growing organisation and fast track your career development 
If you are a Registered Nurse with Aged Care experience and are looking for a role with variety and the chance to travel, this is the position for you. We are working with a leading aged care organisation looking for an experienced Aged Care Manager to work as a full time permanent Relief Manager, working across a number of facilities in NSW.
Utilising your skills and experience, you will add value at a variety of facilities in the absence of their managers. 
This is also the chance to work for one of the leading organisations in Australia, enhancing your CV and experience in this critical position. This position would be the perfect stepping stone if you would like to move into a Regional or Operational role in the future. 
This role will require:
5+ years in aged care management  The ability to travel. Exceptional relationship building skills The ability to get the most out of staff Troubleshooting skills. A candidate interested in variety day to day.  
To be successful you must have:
Nursing qualifications and AHPRA registration Extensive management experience  Strategy implementation experience Experience managing staff  Ability to train, educate and motivate staff Good experience across financial management & budgets Experience across Accreditations, Aged Care & legislation & OHS High level communication skills Fantastic Leadership skills
This position is unique and subsequently will not be in the market for long. 
Please apply today for further details and to avoid disappointment. Our team will come back to you with all the information. OR call Gavin McWeeney: *****45 + click to reveal or *****03 + click to reveal for further enquiries
"Redstone Recruitment the Aged Care experts" 
Our client is an established residential aged care provider with a number of years in operation. We are currently looking for an experienced Care Manager who can step in for a three-month contract.
Here are some further details:
 - Three-month contract starting ASAP!
 - Oversee clinical care, lead and mentor staff, build rapport with staff and residents, assist the Facility Manager
 - The role will focus on running a 75-bed residential facility and driving clinical standards
 - This is an established aged care provider who has been in operation for a number of years
 - The facility has enjoyed some major renovations with further improvements planned in the coming months
 - The salary on offer is negotiable and will be in the region of $100,000 (pro-rata)
Are you an experienced Care Manager in the position to take a three-month contract?If so, we would love to have a chat with you and run through some details.
Suitable Care Manager?
We are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse who has spent time working at Care Manager / DDON level. You will have strong knowledge of aged care legislation, ACFI and the accreditation process.
Overall you will have excellent clinical skills and have the ability to lead and mentor a care team.
To forward your details via Seek click on the APPLY button.
Alternatively contact me directly:
Edward Freeman - Aged Care Recruitment Consultant
*****89 - + click to reveal for a confidential chat
***** - + click to reveal Send through any questions you have or let me know a good time to give you a call.
For more information on E4 Recruitment and further available roles please visit  
4 - 5 days per week Excellent hourly rates and weekly pay ASAP start
The community aged care sector is a great place to be working as a locum at the present time! There are varied, long and short term roles presenting on a weekly basis at McArthur that offer our staff the chance to really diversify their skills, share their knowledge of how different organisations work and network across a wide range of community services providers. At McArthur, we pride ourselves in being the industry leader in providing roles for our experienced Case Management locums that allow them to use and grow their skills and on occasion lead to permanent roles.
Working with McArthur allows you to have a work / life balance, try new areas, and share ideas and knowledge. You have the opportunity to work in long term or short term assignments, and be supported by consultants with many years of Aged Care knowledge and experience, who take your career seriously, and help you to get where you want to go.
If you have had prior experience in case managing clients on Home Care Packages we would love to speak with you about how we can help you to achieve your career goals. To apply for this role, you must have:
Relevant experience in case management of clients on home care packages Tertiary Qualifications in Nursing Able to commit to 4-5 days per week (Mon - Fri) Strong knowledge of CDC and HCP legislation Experience working with a care management software package
Please call Renae or Jane for a confidential discussion on how we can help on *****65 + click to reveal or email your resume to ***** + click to reveal

"McArthur don't discriminate if you are a mature candidate. If you have good skills and experience they will find a good fit for you. My experience working with McArthur is only 100% positive and I highly recommend anyone that is job searching to make McArthur your first and last stop." (Jolanta)
"I really appreciated your honest feedback about the culture in prospective roles as well as the practicalities of job role. Your friendly nature, clear communication and professionalism made it a pleasure working with you." (Sarah)
" I started to work as Locum for McArthur in 2004. I am grateful that I have been given all the work opportunities I wanted through the years. The Human Services Team are always helpful and responsive to my needs. I left McArthur briefly between *****12. + click to reveal But I decided to return as no other agencies work like the Human Services Team of McArthur who have demonstrated great knowledge and skill in the industry." (Anita)
Are you looking for the opportunity to join a large not for profit organisation is a state of the art aged care facility based in the heart of the Brisbane's CBD?
Look no further ... here is the perfect opportunity for you!
The Organisation -
This is a large not for profit aged care organisation that have just over 15 aged care facilities across Queensland. They are known for their excellent care reputation in the industry and the high level of customer service that they provide. 
Do you want to join an organisation that purely focus on the care of the resident's? this is an excellent organisation to join.
The Role - 
 You will be running the overall management of the aged care facility, some of your duties and responsibilities will be:
Management of the finances, budgets, HR, Rosters and operational focus of the aged care facility Mentor and guide your team to all provide the highest level of clinical care and customer service Knowledge of the legislation and Aged Care Accreditation Standards Liaising with the top management team of the aged care facility
The Benefits - 
Not for profit organisation - you will have the option to salary package, get paid more and taxed less There is a supportive and structured team in place Make your mark on the facility!!!
Please feel free to give me a call regarding further questions that you may have regarding the opportunity. 
Interviews are being held over the next couple weeks, don't delay the application and miss out on this exciting role!
  How to Apply -    Phone - *****00 + click to reveal   Email - ***** + click to reveal
Shift availability across all shifts A warm, caring community environment Aged Care experience
Byron Aged Care (BAC) is a boutique 41 bed aged care facility located in the heart of beautiful Byron Bay, caring for both low and high care residents in a homelike setting on 1 acre of grounds within walking distance to the beach. Byron Aged Care values excellence in service, everyone is important, integrity, contribution and teamwork, and learning for life.
An opportunity is available for an experienced Registered Nurse to join our team on a casual basis. We are looking for registered nurses who are aged care experienced, provide high standard nursing care, are self-motivated with a willingness to learn, possess a positive attitude, is honest at all times, caring and patient-focused within a team environment.
Role Requirements:
Critical to your success within this role, you will have at least 2 years AHPRA registered nurse experience with proven expertise in assessments, care plans, case management, coordination, and to monitor and review complex patient support needs. Experience is essential in managing wound care, continence, pain/palliative management. An understanding of ACFI is also highly regarded. To support the needs of our residents and staff it is favorable to be flexible with availability to be rostered across all shifts within the 7 day roster.
What is on offer?
Work within a friendly team environment Opportunity for salary sacrifice Participate in ongoing career development Long term employment Competitive rates offered Flexible 7 day roster coverage across all shifts Meaningful role with the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of the elderly, frail aged and residents with dementia
All staff must hold a current national police clearance or willingness to obtain once successful.
For further information please visit our website at or for further information call *****28 + click to reveal to speak with the Director of Care.
To apply for this job go to: & enter ref code: 3767900.
Applications close 06 October 2017
AnglicareSA is South Australia’s biggest social services provider, with more than 1800 employees and 700 volunteers who support nearly 58,000 South Australians each year. Working across a range of service areas including older people, children & families, foster care, young people, support & disability and housing, they have a clear strategic plan underpinned by the themes of Customers First, Justice for All, Strong and Sustainable and Organisational Excellence. Following an internal promotion, a Head of Community Aged Care is now sought to provide strategic leadership and drive business and operational performance of the Community Aged Care division.
Reporting to the General Manager, Aged Care Services and working closely with the Head of Aged Care Strategy and Business Development, you will lead a home care and allied health team (6 direct reports) and develop and implement operational plans for the division in line with strategic objectives. This will include identifying opportunities to maximise community participation and engagement during the development, review and provision of programs and services, regular evaluation and reporting to ensure optimal service delivery, as well as developing new practice models to ensure that AnglicareSA is competitive and at the forefront of service delivery. Importantly, you will drive a performance culture, provide program specific expertise and mentoring to managers in leadership and best practice in Consumer Directed Care (CDC), financial reporting and budgeting and overseeing management of funding agreements.
A visible, engaging and natural influencer you will display strong business acumen, with the ability to adapt to and drive change. With previous leadership experience within the aged care, disability or community services sector, you will have solid working knowledge of key principles and current practices in community aged care, community engagement and service delivery, with a focus on best practice in CDC. Relevant tertiary qualifications in community services, business management or a relevant specialist field are preferred.
Actively contribute to the planning, development and implementation of AnglicareSA’s social, economic, environmental and business strategies. Lead the delivery of quality customer service outcomes and best practice in CDC.

Applications should be forwarded to the attention of Salli Tanner in Word format. Confidential telephone enquiries are welcome to Salli on *****29. + click to reveal Please visit to apply.
Glenunga office, eastern suburbs Full time role Leading SA profit-for-purpose disability organisation
Cara seeks an inspiring and motivated Service Manager who will work using a person centred approach, with strong leadership and people management skills.

As a Service Manager, you will be looking after several core areas of our business including Home Community Support, accommodation and respite services.  You will ensure a person centred approach occurs in the delivery of services to people living with disability.
In delivering this you will oversee a number of well- established services encompassing staffing, budgetary, maintenance and service delivery requirements, whilst moving forward to meet and exceed strategic business objectives. This will require out of hours and possible weekend work to manage respite programs.
What we offer:
Flexible working hours Competitive salary package Rewarding friendly work environment Great career opportunity in a sector that is growing
Your qualifications:
A sound understanding of person centred philosophy and practice
Proven experience in the supervision and management of staff Experience supporting individuals living with a disability Degree qualification (Disability Studies) or equivalent Certificate IV in Business/ Frontline Management or equivalent A Current Provide First aid certification SA Driver's license (or equivalent) Satisfactory DCSI Child Related employment screening  A willingness to work weekends and offer out of hours support, including on call support for staff
Whilst the above is desirable, it will be your strong people and business skills gained within the disability sector, along with proven ability to motivate and facilitate high levels of individual and team performance in a changing environment that will ensure your success.
If you feel you meet these requirements then this could be the opportunity for you.
Apply today by clicking Apply and include your resume, and a cover letter that addresses Cara's key criteria.
Contact Cara Recruitment Team on *****88 + click to reveal for queries.
Find out more about Cara visit us at and
   An exciting opportunity to work in a state of the art aged care facility with a highly experience top management team. You will have the option to choose your hours and shifts; this could include any day, afternoon or night shifts available at the aged care facility. This is a stable aged care provider and it will provide you the chance for a long-term career with this organisation, even possibly progress into a management position.
S K I L L S  &  Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S 
Current qualified registered nurse with AHPRA registration +2 years registered nurse experience in an aged care facility Excellent communication skills - verbal and written Eager to learn new skills and further develop your aged care career Current police check  Permanent Australian resident or citizen
  Do not miss out on this exciting opportunity, APPLY NOW!
How to Apply - 
Phone - *****00 + click to reveal
Email - ***** + click to reveal
Direct Support Professional – Individual Packages   
Various Western Sydney locations Casual roles with huge career development opportunities Up to $33.71/Hour (Depending on Experience) + Super + NFP Tax Benefits
Who we are
Sunshine is a not for profit organisation that has been operating since 1924. We are passionate and committed to creating possibilities for people with a disability to live, grow & develop their own best life, while having fun, enjoying our job within a great company environment.
What's the role about?
At Community Access, no two days are the same. We are looking for an outgoing, fun and proactive person who is able to remain positive and motivated in a fast paced work environment. As a Direct Support Professional you will be responsible for providing support to people with intellectual disability with the aim of engaging with their community in a meaningful way.
You can make a difference by providing living skills training, personal care, health and wellbeing, recreation and community integration. We encourage you to be creative and explore different ways to support people to live a good life.
Our ideal candidate has
A passion for supporting people to access their communities, fulfil their dreams and live their lives Experience in behaviour management The ability to bring energy and enthusiasm to others, even when those people cannot respond in the same way. Excellent communication skills, including the capacity to communicate with people who may not use words to communicate Common sense, an attention to detail, is reliable and team oriented Likes to work with people and thrives on supporting others
All our staff are required to hold a NSW driver's license (P2/full), a current Working with Children Check and First Aid Certificate (or be willing to apply for one). As we work with vulnerable people, the successful candidate will also be required to undergo a Police Check.
Our culture
At Sunshine we understand that our people are our greatest asset. We are committed to offer a friendly place to work and a genuine, supportive team environment to grow, with a wide range of training and experienced leaders to guide you. We want to provide a 'life changing' experience not only for our clients but for all the people that work with us.
If this sounds like the right place and position for you, send your cover letter addressing the criteria and resume by applying through our website:
To learn more about the role or for further information please contact Peter on *****47. + click to reveal
Sunshine is an equal opportunity employer and provides a smoke free environment.
Visit us at
The Whiddon Group has been providing health care services for over 60 years. We provide residential, community and independent living options to over 1700 clients across metropolitan and regional NSW. Well resourced and committed to creating quality client experiences, our workforce of over 1600 team members is passionate about what they do.
An exciting opportunity has become available for a Home Care Employee to join the Community Care team within the Kyogle/Lismore/Casino and surrounding areas on a casual basis. If you are passionate about contributing to the improvement of quality of life of the elderly and people with a disability and would like to work with a professional organisation that recognizes the contribution of staff through education and support programs then this position is for you.
As an organisation that operates in regional, rural and remote NSW, we are often at the heart of our local communities both as an employer and important provider of aged care services. We actively promote and maintain this sense of community where everyone matters.
Our goal is to enrich the lives of older people and to do this we value every one of our staff and empower them to work in a supportive and collaborative manner to build an outstanding service.
Experience in the provision of community-based services to older people and/or clients with a disability Excellent customer service and communication skills A commitment to care of older people  and people with disabilities, with an emphasis on maximizing their independence
Certificate III Assistant in Nursing, in Aged Care or Community Care or working towards same Current First Aid Certificate Current Drivers Licence Third Party Insured vehicle The right to work in Australia.
As a Whiddon employee, you will receive a number of benefits when working with us. They include-
Whiddon pays for staff mileage between clients Scholarship program Career development opportunities Wellbeing program Mentoring and on the job learning Conferences, external education and on the job learning
If you would like to find out more about this position, please contact Patricia Hickey or Hannah Rawlings, Community Care Coordinator on *****91. + click to reveal To apply please click on the 'apply now' link below and attach a copy of your cover letter and resume.
Whiddon does not accept any recruiter or supplier default charges unless under a Whiddon agreement for services.
The successful applicant/s will be required to undertake a criminal record check in accordance with the Aged Care Act 1997.
About the Organisation
Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation working in more than 300 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers.   
We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply.
The Team Leader demonstrates organisational and leadership skills in the coordination of services to assist people with disabilities in supported accommodation models.  The position is focused upon ensuring that the individual needs of the clients are met, whilst maintaining an effective and safe working environment for staff. This role is based in the Mudgee area leading one or more teams of staff supporting clients with complex needs. 
Coordinate and manage the daily operations of support services, primarily accommodation programs. Implement high quality Person Centred Plans (PCP’s) for LWB clients under the guidance of the Program Coordinator. Maintain positive relationships with clients, families, guardians and other stakeholders. Provide supervision and support to Disability Support Workers. Identify and develop community resources that can be used by children, young people and adults with a disability for whom you are responsible. Provide direct assistance and support to consumers/clients/customers. Ensure a safe working environment and compliance with Life Without Barriers WH&S systems, policies and procedures. With direction from the Program Coordinator undertake administrative responsibility for the service. Provide services in accordance with funding agency standards and agreements. Represent the organisation and maintain harmony within the managed services. Undertake rostering of Disability Support Workers under the direction of the Program Coordinator. Support and promote the work of Life Without Barriers, maintaining a positive image of the organisation in accordance with level of position. Comply with all Life Without Barriers policy, code of conduct, procedures and practices, external funding body requirements and legislation. Apply and uphold principles of equity and anti-discrimination in the workplace and adhere to organisational and legislative Health, Safety and Environment requirements.
Demonstrated experience dealing with clients with very complex needs/ challenging behaviour Demonstrated ability to work with individuals, families and/or groups from a strength-based culturally appropriate perspective. Sound team leadership experience including planning and delivering positive outcomes. High level communication, influencing, liaison and negotiation skills. Current Driver Licence.
Diploma in Disability Services, Education, Communication, Management or related Social & Community Services qualification Knowledge of the Human Services industry. Experience in a similar role
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role).
•     Opportunity to work for one of Australia's largest not for profit organisations
•     Attractive Remuneration Package with excellent tax benefits
•     Work within a supportive environment with excellent career opportunities
How to Apply
Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click ‘Apply’ and follow the prompts. For any enquiries contact Tracy Donnarumma, Senior Recruitment Advisor at ***** + click to reveal
Role closes at midnight on Thursday 5th October
About the Company
With an extensive and treasured history, this retirement living provider is moving into a new and exciting chapter of growth.
To support the ongoing evolution and change, they seek to appoint a highly skilled, experienced and passionate Village Manager who is eager to take on a diverse and fulfilling position with a particular focus on leadership and development.
About the Role
In this hands-on position, you will ensure the operational standards and success of the village are maintained, as well as the comfort and happiness of our residents.
You will provide supervision and leadership to a multi-disciplined team of five whilst managing internal stakeholder relationships as well as customer relations and committees. You will ensure effective marketing of village units ensuring that sales and maximum occupancy targets are met.
You will also take responsibility for administration and budgeting, creating a positive, safe and people focused culture and creating the best villages and lifestyle solutions for residents and their families.
About you
The ideal applicant will have the following skills and experience
Previous experience in retirement village or aged care management Ability to review, update & implement processes Knowledge of the NSW retirement village act Excellent staff leadership & supervision capabilities Ability to build strong working relationships Excellent communication & interpersonal skills High level of computer literacy Demonstrated understanding of budget and cost control Excellent communicator with a friendly and caring disposition

The Benefits
National company who are continuing to grow Joining an agile team with a genuine heartfelt connection to their long-standing values Autonomy to run the Village with support from the Operations team Competitive remuneration package on offer

To apply online, please click on the link below. Or, if you would like to have a confidential discussion, please contact Chrissy Mandalis on *****10, + click to reveal quoting ref no. JO-*****67. + click to reveal Want to know more about Davidson? Visit us at
The Lorne Community Hospital, located in the beach resort of Lorne, offers Urgent Care, Acute, Aged and Community Health Services in a dynamic environment.
We seek to employ Casual Enrolled Nurses to work in our 20 bed residential care unit.
 The successful candidates will have relevant Aged Care and/or Acute nursing experience and be committed to providing Person Centred approach in our Montessori model of care.
A Position Description and further information is available at or by contacting the Administration Coordinator on *****86. + click to reveal
Enquiries to:
Brock Shiels, Nurse Unit Manager Phone: *****26. + click to reveal
Applications to:
***** + click to reveal
Please include a cover letter and resume.
Fixed Term Full Time
We are seeking a motivated individual to join the dedicated team in our Early Childhood Partnership with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).  You will be familiar with contemporary practices in early childhood early intervention and be passionate about making a difference in the lives of families with children with a disability.
Work alongside families to ensure access to the information, linkages and capacity building required to enable their children (0-6 years) with developmental delay or disability to be fully integrated into the life and opportunities of their communities. Planning and plan coordination for young children and their families accessing the NDIS, along with providing support to communities to ensure they have the confidence and competence to include all children. Support families to hold a vision of a positive future for their child with a developmental delay or disability. Build and maintain strong relationships with families, community, clinical services and education.
What do you need to be successful in this role?
Commitment to actively working in partnership with young children with developmental delay or disability and their families Experience in the application of evidence-based practice in early childhood early intervention Ability to work autonomously and collaboratively as part of a team Strong interpersonal, communication, problem-solving and negotiation skills Flexibility for occasional travel
$67,124.72-$70,148.00 + super+ salary packaging + employee benefits
The UCC salary packaging program offers employees the opportunity to significantly increase their take home pay.   For more information please refer to or visit the AccessPay website (
Culture and Benefits 
Our shared values drive the way we work- Compassion, Respect, Justice, Working Together and Leading through Learning. Aligned to our values, our commitment to you is: 
Training for your role now and development opportunities for your career Diverse work arrangements and opportunities Support to undertake tertiary study Corporate private health discounts Competitive personal and income insurance 
Further information on this position can be obtained by viewing the attached position description. Should you require additional / specific details about the role, please contact as per the details below.
People with a lived experience of disability and people from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds, who meet the selection criteria are encouraged to apply.
UnitingCare Queensland is committed to being a child safe, child friendly organisation and for all children who come into contact with our services we will provide welcoming, safe and nurturing services, prevent child abuse and neglect within our services and appropriately and immediately address child abuse and neglect if it does occur 
Through our values UCQ is proud of our team’s diversity, we believe in the strength of a diverse and inclusive workforce to help us achieve the best outcomes for the communities in which we operate and serve. We highly encourage applications from people who identify as a part of the Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Community
Enquiries: Karen Griffiths
Ph: *****24 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 05/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.