What's on offer:
Attractive rates of pay, currently $26.07 for this position Salary Sacrifice of $15,900 p/a Free parking on site Employment within a growing sector
We are currently seeking to recruit a suitably experienced Multiskilled Carer to work at our Ella Williams facility, located in Noranda. Juniper Ella Williams is a residential care facility that has 66 places, within three main houses.
The purpose of this role will be to provide person centred care to our residents to improve their quality of life whilst adhering to Juniper's core values, policies and procedures. You will be required to assist our residents in daily living tasks and help them to maintain their independence and dignity. A caring nature is vital for this position.
On offer for the successful candidate will be a part-time position, working 40 hours per fortnight for morning and afternoon shifts.
Key Responsibilities of this role:
Providing assistance to residents with personal hygiene tasks including; bathing, dental hygiene, dressing, grooming, toileting and continence hygiene needs Supporting the maintenance or restoration of residents' independence by providing assistance in the use of mobility aids Responding to residents' care needs and emergency procedures, determining need for emergency care and informing the Manager, RN or EN as soon as possible Maintaining effective communication in the workplace, according to Juniper policy, by completing all documentation using iCare to the required standard  Assisting residents with the administration of correct medication in accordance with Juniper policies
The Skills, Knowledge and Experience required:
Certificate III in Individual Support (or equivalent / Cert III Aged Care) or relevant experience in the industry. Current First Aid Certificate (desirable) Be able to demonstrate empathy with elderly residents Understanding of the ACFI documentation (desirable) Knowledge of current manual handling procedures (desirable)
 People of all ages are encouraged to apply. Juniper may commence the recruitment process prior to the advertised closing date.
Enquiries: Susan Sanday
Ph: *****18 + click to reveal
Welcome to St John of God Health Care
St John of God Health Care is a leading health care provider, with private and public hospitals, home nursing and Social Outreach services throughout Australia.
Our organisation is part of the Mission of the Catholic Church and every aspect of our care is based on the Christian values of Hospitality, Compassion, Respect, Justice and Excellence. It is these values that guide our holistic approach to caregiving, with respect for the dignity and worth of each person.
The Position
St John of God Accord is a division of St John of God Health Care which provides support to people with intellectual disabilities through Individualised Support, Group Support, Respite Services, and Shared Supported Accommodation across Victoria. The overall aim is to enhance the quality of life for clients through development and provision of support options that are aligned to the personal ambition and need of each client.
We currently have a number of Casual opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated Community Support Workers to join our Individualised Services team located in the East Metropolitan Region of Melbourne.
Applicants must have experience in Disability, particularly supporting people with complex support needs and behaviours of concern. A Certificate III in Community Care or a Certificate IV in Disability is essential for further consideration. If you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of the people you work with, we would love to hear from you
The successful candidate will have:
Ability to work within and contribute to the Mission and Values of St John of God Health Care. Experience working with people who have significant behaviour support needs. Ability to liaise with families and circles of support, service providers and community groups as required in order to promote understanding and awareness of people who have a disability. Well-developed written and verbal communication skills. Sound interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a team. Capable of working independently with a client or group of clients. Strong problem solving and decision making skills with the ability to exercise reasonable judgement. Basic computer skills and the ability to learn new software packages and databases.
The benefits:
Salary Packaging Options Professional Development Opportunities Friendly and Supportive Team Excellent Employee Benefits & Corporate Discounts
All applicants must submit a detailed Cover Letter addressing the Selection Criteria (as detailed on the last page of the Position Description). 
St John of God Accord (SJGA) complies with the Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme (DWES) and is required to check the status of a prospective disability worker with the DWES Unit to ensure the safety and wellbeing of people with a disability. For further information on this please click on the link HERE.
For enquiries about this position, applicants should contact Mike Tzounis, Individualised Services Manager on *****15. + click to reveal
Applications Close: 02/03/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Imagine a job with meaning, one that resonates with your inner values.  Be rewarded for your effort with ongoing training & development and the opportunity to make a difference every day. Come do some good with us.
Blue Care is currently seeking to appoint a dedicated and passionate Social and Wellness Coordinator to join the team at Brassall Village Aged Care Facility. You will be responsible for leading and managing a team of Personal Carer staff that assists residents with their daily needs and social and wellness goals.
Reporting to the Clinical Manager, you will design, coordinate and oversee the effective and efficient delivery of these services. This role includes fee for service activities, so financial acumen, relationship management and the ability to represent Blue Care to residents and families will be important.
The successful candidate will have management experience leading large teams and the ability to manage multiple priorities. . You will have extensive experience in service delivery within a human services environment and an aptitude for service redesign at a group level. Strong verbal and written communication skills are essential.
Supplementing the above you will hold a tertiary qualification in Social Work, Allied Health or relevant field, alongside at least 5 years’ experience. It is also a requirement that you hold a current QLD Drivers Licence.
We encourage our team to be creative and enjoy themselves while contributing to our success. Come join one of the most trusted community and residential care providers in Australia. On offer is a range of fantastic discounts and benefits, including flexible working hours and salary packaging options which allows you to pay for your general living expenses tax-free.
If the above is what you’re after, we’d love to hear from you.
If you have any queries, please contact Ryan Tatnell on *****13 + click to reveal, or Erica Tattersall on *****58 + click to reveal.
Submitting your application is easy, click on the ‘apply’ button and follow the prompts.
Applications close 5 March 2018.
Agency applications will not be considered.
Our process includes undergoing a Federal Police check and some positions will require you to complete an online medical assessment. We pay for both of these and it’s an easy process. You also need full working rights for Australia.
Through our values UCQ are proud of our teams 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.
Blue Care is committed to being an Elder and Child Safe, Elder and Child Friendly organisation by providing safe and nurturing services, preventing and immediately addressing abuse and neglect if it does occur.
House with No Steps (HWNS) is Australia's leading disability service provider and seeks a dedicated and passionate General Manager Customer Experience (CX) to be based in Melbourne. The NDIS is driving transformational and disruptive change in the sector as it empowers people living with disabilities to have great lives. This is a rare opportunity to play a significant leadership role in driving CX/UX strategies which are essential to our ongoing success and rest at the heart of our IMPACT strategy (Innovation, Market, People, Accountability, Customer and Transformation).
Reporting to the new role of Chief Customer Officer, you will develop the CX strategy, advocating the Voice of our Customers (VoC) and embed a customer-centric approach across the organisation.
You will transform Customers' lives by providing better outcomes through the design and implementation of programs, projects, innovation, customer research and customer analytics aligned with HWNS strategy and CX goals.
Integral to your success will be customer focused people practices at every level enhancing Customers' experience through our Values of empowerment, respect, inclusion, commitment and achievement.
Primary responsibilities:
Develop the CX strategy and roadmap including objectives, initiatives, prioritisation, implementation and measurement. Develop comprehensive and sophisticated data analytics insight methodologies. Provide CX and UX research and analytics and measure effectiveness. Lead and develop a high performing professional team. Lead CX from onboarding, service delivery, retention and loyalty. Drive product development, engagement, marketing and service delivery. Represent our Customers internally and externally. Drive improvements in customer service through working with regionally based customer engagement and service teams. Integrate business strategy with CX. Collaborate with HWNS Transformation team to identify opportunities for CRM, digital innovation and technology.
Essential experience:
Degree qualified in a relevant field (ideally Master's). 10+ years' experience in strategy, research or operational roles in customer facing organisations. 5+ years' experience in UX/CX/SD within retail or human service environments. Experience in undergoing disruptive change, developing change management skills. Strong analytical ability, customer database management including segmentation, clustering and predictive modelling. Design thinking experience driving customer insight for new products and services. Exceptional organisation, presentation and communication skills.
Lead and develop this dedicated, collaborative team and put your career on track for role that truly changes lives and comes with management autonomy, learning and development opportunities and flexible work-life balance. We offer the benefits of a competitive salary, salary packaging of up to $15,990, a company vehicle plus fuel card.
For a confidential discussion regarding the role please contact Leanne Sharp on *****20 + click to reveal or send your CV through apply now.
House with No Steps is an Equal Opportunity Employer and promotes a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value the unique contributions of all people. Including; people with disability, young and mature age candidates, Aboriginal people, and applicants from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Only Australian citizens, permanent residents or those with working rights in Australia are eligible to apply.
Successful applications will be subjected to Pre-Employment and Criminal History Checks.
Directions Disability Support Services has provided personalised and individually tailored support to people with a disability and their families for over 20 years, and has developed a strong reputation for high quality relationship-based services throughout Perth.
We have a number of positions (fixed term) for group program team leaders:
Teenspirit Saturdays and School holiday program (Southern suburbs, based in Maddington) Teenspirit Saturdays and School holiday program (Mandurah) Teenspirit Saturdays and School holiday program (Northern Suburbs, based in Mirrabooka) School leaver life skills development weekday program (Western Suburbs, based in Claremont) 
*Please note you may be required to work across more than one location and will be required to work flexibly.
If you have supervisory experience with the ability to lead and motivate others, possess strong communication management skills, and have a passion for improving outcomes for people with disability and their families, then this position is for you.
The key duties of the role are:
Actively participate in and manage the day to day operations of a group program for young people with disability; Provide leadership and direction to establish and maintain a culture of professionalism, teamwork, achievement and accountability; Encourage and support innovative thinking in the planning and delivery of supports; With the assistance of the coordinator, establish goals and outcomes for particular programs; To keep and maintain records as necessary in line with organisational requirements; Respect the personal preferences of individuals in meeting their needs and encourage the growth and development of the people you support; Undertake relevant duties as specified by your coordinator commensurate with the level of this post. The key selection criteria are as follows:
Effective communication skills with people with disability, their family and peers; Demonstrated leadership ability to develop effective relationships and to motivate, encourage and direct others to achieve outcomes; Ability to think innovatively and practically about ways to support people with disability to live in the community; Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to engage people from all backgrounds; Accurate record keeping and objective report writing; An understanding and appreciation of the value of skills development, choice, empowerment and social interaction in people's lives; Ability to use knowledge and judgment to problem solve by taking timely and appropriate decisions; Sound manual handling skills, with an average / high level of basic fitness; Ability to cope with changes in work demands. Desirable
Associated diploma or equivalent experience; Experience working with people who have a disability. For further information please go to our web site at: and download the Groups Team Leader position description.  Enquiries can be directed to Georgina Atwell *****08 + click to reveal.
To Apply:
Please forward a letter of application, your resume and a document addressing the above Selection Criteria to ***** + click to reveal.
Interviews will be held on 1 and 2 March 2018.

New aged facility that has recently opened up and we are looking for an experience facility manager to join the team! You will be involved with the occupancy, weekly meetings, staff and recruitment and finances / budgeting. Lead by example and manage an excellent team in developing this new flagship aged care facility. 
Duties - 
Responsible for overseeing the finances, budgeting and operations of the facility As you will be commissioning the aged care facility - you will be involved with the occupancy and the staffing  Work closely with a top management team to ensure everything is running smoothly
Benefits - 
You will have the opportunity to work on an exciting new project in a flagship aged care facility in the Sunshine Coast Brand new aged care facility - state of the art architectural design This aged care facility is located next to a lovely beach, RSL, shopping complex and parks - free parking is available onsite This is aged care provider believe in the ideal work/ life balance - offering flexibility to suit your lifestyle This is one of Australia's leading not for profit aged care providers, they offer plenty of career development and progression Highly Competitive Salary - $125,000 + Super + NFP Salary packaging 
Do you have have a passion for aged care and consider yourself a strong Facility Manager?
Qualified registered nurse with AHPRA registration Previous Management / Commissioning experience in an aged care facility Strong leadership skills and a team orientated person Knowledge of ACFI, Accreditation and current aged care legislation
How to Apply
 If the above role sounds like a good opportunity for you, we would love to chat. 
Contact Sandra on the below contact details -   .

Phone Number: *****00 + click to reveal
Email: ***** + click to reveal
~ If you're not looking to change jobs straight away but would like to gain insight to the job market, you can call Sandra in strict confidence and discuss a plan for when the time is right for you ~
About the Role You will provide quality care that enhances and promotes the quality of life for individuals, ensuring that the care provided is current best practice.
We have opportunities for casual and part tome Personal Carers, working a variety of shifts including weekends, afternoon and night shifts.
As an exceptional and compassionate Personal Carer you will be responsible for:
Providing direct care to residents in accordance with individual care plans;
Collecting data to assist with the formation of care plans and funding submissions;
Documenting patient care accurately and objectively on iCare;
Modifying practice to accommodate individuality of residents and involve them and their families in the delivery of care.

Critical to your success in this role will be the proven ability to demonstrate
a high level of effective interpersonal and communication skills
your ability to maintain confidentiality and impartiality
respect and responsiveness to client needs
a willingness to work with non-traditional approaches to service delivery for older people

In addition you will
maintain a positive Federal police check and Australian driver’s licence
possess a Certificate III (or higher) in Aged Care

Employee Benefits
As well as working for an organisation that genuinely cares, we also offer access to significant discounts across a number of areas including private health insurance, gym membership, holiday and travel discounts, home appliances and IT discounts and car rental.

About Us St Andrews Lutheran Aged Care provides accommodation for 72 residents as well as 24 independent living units within its stunning Tallebudgera Valley setting. Lutheran Services is a well-established and respected organisation whose employees provide services for seniors, young people, families, people with disabilities and mental health concerns. As a not-for-profit organisation, we reinvest all operating surpluses into continually improving our services and expanding our reach to more people in our communities. We operate 18 services across urban and regional Queensland, employing more than 1,350 staff and drawing on the support of several hundred volunteers. Lutheran Services sees its role as being to help our clients experience joy and hope in their lives to the greatest possible extent – irrespective of the challenges they face.

You will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment medical prior to any offer of employment.
To view a position description or to apply for this position, please visit our website To request a discussion about specifics of the role please email ***** + click to reveal.
Facility Manager - Aged Care RN - Sunshine Coast area
We have a unique aged care Facility Manager opportunity based in the Sunshine Coast area. This is a highly rewarding position that can offer a new change and a fresh challenge within an industry leading Aged Care provider.
We're currently seeking an experienced Manager to oversee a beautiful facility. We need a self starter who can work autonomously and lead this experienced team of staff. Somebody who has a clear vision of aged care and wants to make a difference to each resident's life with a unique 'person centered care' model. We want a manager who is dynamic and see's the evolving landscape of Aged Care as a fantastic opportunity. 
The Benefits:
Excellent package + additional bonuses Thorough systems & processes in place Exceptional management support Residents with a mixture of care level needs.  Exceptional career development opportunities A provider that can genuinely provide you with a life long career. 
We need an experienced Manager with a solid track record in Aged Care management. You will be responsible for the overall management of the facility, there is a commitment to provide you with the necessary resources to be successful and stress free. 
The Requirements:
Registered Nurse DIV 1 - AHPRA Registered Previous Facility Manager experience Demonstrated leadership skills Sound financial and budgeting skills. Demonstrated knowledge and experience in ACFI Manage time efficiently Demonstrated knowledge of accreditation standards Thorough understanding of continuous improvement. Superior communication skills both written and verbal. Highly organised and an ability to use and set up systems Experience in managing/mentoring care staff and success in managing change. 
Marie - ***** + click to reveal - *****43 + click to reveal / *****10 + click to reveal
Facility Manager - Aged Care RN - Sunshine Coast area
Alliance Health Home Care is a leading provider of home care services to people with disabilities and their families. Alliance Health has a large network of clients in and around the outskirts of Sydney.
We are looking for caring and reliable Assistant in Nursing/Health Support Workers who can make a difference to the lives of our clients, assisting with personal care, social support and/or domestic duties.
All applicants must have a P's or Full driving licence and own transport – no exceptions.
Please include information on each of the below points in your CV/Cover Letter.
Applications that do not address the Essential criteria, will not be considered
Essential Criteria:
Current First Aid Certificate National Criminal History Record Check (or willing to apply for one at interview) Working with Children Check (or willing to apply for one at interview) Driver's Licence and insured vehicle Have a minimum of 6 months paid experience as a Health Support Worker, Assistant in Nursing or similar role Have a Certificate III in Aged Care, Disability, Community Care or similar, Current Bachelor of Nursing students are also encouraged to apply.
Desirable Criteria
Hoist Training and Experience Bowel Care Training and Experience Experience support clients with spinal and brain injuries
Rewarding work opportunities in your local community Flexibility in hours and shifts to suit your individual needs Competitive rate of pay Work close to home Training and support from Registered Nurses Friendly and approachable co-ordination team Education training sessions
For more information please contact the Alliance Health Recruitment team at ***** + click to reveal.
To apply, click the button below and submit your CV and a Recruitment Consultant will contact you in a timely matter.
Are you interested in working in the Aged Care / Disability / Home Care Sector, but don't have a qualification?
Would you like the opportunity to gain your CHC33015 - Certificate III in Individual Support while you undertake paid work with an industry leading support provider / care facility?
Are you empathetic and compassionate, with a can-do attitude?
If you answer YES to these questions, then an HTA Traineeship may be just what you are looking for!
Perth Metro - Vacancies North and South of River
As a Trainee Support Worker, you will provide personal, physical and emotional support to individuals who require assistance with aspects of their daily living. This includes:
Assisting clients with daily tasks such as showering, shaving, dressing, eating; Supporting their mobility through the use of hoists, wheelchairs and other equipment. Supporting the social needs of clients, helping them to engage with recreational and leisure activities - in Disability and Home Care, this will also include transporting clients to and from appointments and social engagements; Assisting clients with cooking, shopping and light cleaning tasks in their own homes.
On a traineeship, you will be engaged on a part-time employment contract by HTA, and will be placed with a Host Organisation in the Aged Care / Disability / Home Care sector. Our partnering Registered Training Organisation will oversee your ongoing training.
Each week you will attend a training class (and be paid for attendance) and will also undertake paid work shifts as a Trainee Support Worker with the Host Organisation.
You will work your way through the CHC33015 - Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Disability or Home & Community Care) curriculum, completing on and off job assessments and gaining valuable hands on experience with your Host Organisation, all while getting paid! 
On successful completion of all classes and practical requirements, you are awarded your nationally recognised qualification and are ready for a career as a Support Worker in your chosen field! HTA trainees are highly sought after and have excellent employment prospects post-completion.
Applicants must:
be an Australian Citizen / Permanent Resident hold a valid WA driver's license and a reliable car available to commence at 7:00am be willing to work shift-work over 7 days a week (between 7:00am and 10:00pm) be over the age of 18 be able to obtain a National Police Clearance have English Proficiency - effective communication and comprehension skills If you already hold a Certificate III in Aged Care, Disability or Home and Community Care, or hold a higher level Health Qualification, you are unfortunately ineligible for this position.
Health Training Australia (HTA) is a not for profit Group Training Organisation established in 1997 as a division of the Australian Medical Association (AMA). HTA partners with industry leading health care organisations to provide paid traineeships in Aged Care, Disability and Home and Community Care across the Perth Metropolitan area.  
If this sounds like the career opportunity for you, please apply now via our website: 
*** Please Note: Only Applications Submitted Via Our Website Portal will be accepted! ***
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
For more information, please call *****33 + click to reveal.
Work as a Team Leader across 2 sites, a disability service with multiple residential homes. Experience as a team leader is essential as is in depth knowledge of the disability sector and working within residential homes. Experience in disability residential services highly beneficial. Experience in a team leader role (where role does not include support work) highly beneficial as is experience managing at least 2 homes.
About the company
A welfare service who works with vulnerable and disadvantaged Victorians is on the search for a Team Leader to join the team in the East. As the successful applicant you would join a team that manages and works with people who have a disability and are living in residential services. The service has recently transitioned its delivery to account for the NDIS and as such a supportive and experienced leader is required. This is a newly created role, you will work with one other team leader and a coordinator.
About the role.
As the Team Leader you will be responsible for implementing a change is strategy across the business given the new NDIS roll out. A business savvy, personable Team Leader is needed to drive forward change and manage a small team 5 to 6 staff. This flexible employer has created this role to allow current team leaders and management team to have a better work life balance.
An interesting and challenging position FT perm with a salary of $67k + super + salary packaging
Successful management of a team Budget allocation Operational planning and strategic leadership Developing relationships and motivating teams using your leadership skills Compliancy and risk mitigation Coaching and supervision Reporting and admin tasks
Skills and Experience
Tertiary Qualification in Welfare/health related discipline, Cert IV Disability(essential) Post graduate in business (desirable) Experience leading a team of 5 or more Experience managing multiple residential homes at the same time Leadership, program management, supervision, senior level experience Desirable is a knowledge of residential service management Essential- Experience working in the disability sector An organized, professional, reliable person is a must
Salary Packaging increasing you non taxable income to $34,000 Join an existing team Great work life balance 12 month contract with a view to permanency Manage a small team Less on call work Great culture and the opportunity to grow with the service throughout your career
To apply click apply below or for more information contact Paul Ridley on *****01 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal

To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Paul Ridley on *****01 + click to reveal.
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Registered Nurses and Medication Endorsed Enrolled Nurses.
Fairview Village is seeking caring and experienced nursing professionals for our aged care service to join our dedicated and successful team as we provide quality holistic care and a lifestyle of choice for our elders.
Fairview Village comprises of residential aged care, retirement living and offers home care services to the broader community. We embrace the Eden philosophy of care which provides an elder focused culture.
Fairview Village is a local employer of choice offering a large amount of employee benefits. As a not for profit organisation we offer generous salary packaging benefits of up to $15,900 per year plus additional salary packaging benefits including the ability to claim for meals/entertainment and accommodation expenses. Various other corporate discounts are available through our employer incentive program. We provide a supportive learning environment with a warm, friendly and committed team of staff.
Successful applicants will have the following:
Current nursing registration with AHPRA
A genuine passion and commitment for aged care
Excellent communication and people skills
Experience in Residential Aged Care is preferred
Understanding and knowledge of Accreditation Standards
Understanding and knowledge of ACFI
Advanced clinical management skills
Advanced care planning and clinical documentation skills
Outstanding teamwork skills to support the achievement of shared goals
Experience co-ordinating and managing teams
Advanced computer skills
Excellent problem solving skills
Be flexible, reliable and willing to work across all shifts (AM / PM / ND)

Your dedication and hard work will be rewarded with:
Training/Education opportunities
High level of mentoring and support from experienced nursing professionals
Corporate rates for private health insurance

Please forward your application including covering letter and detailed resume by 11pm Monday 19th March 2018
Attention: Human Resource Department
Fairview Village
PO Box 319, Warragul, 3820.
Email: ***** + click to reveal
About us
integratedliving is an industry leading provider known for its person centred approach to care. We are committed to delivering exceptional health and wellbeing outcomes for our regional, rural and remote customers.
Our culture is dynamic and fast paced, we move quickly and we deliver results.
Job tasks and responsibilities
Our Support Workers deliver exceptional services to our customers. They empower individual customer choice, positively contribute to our customer's health and wellbeing, and enable ongoing active participation in the community.
This role is responsible for following the customer care plan to provide high quality support in a safe manner. Our Support Workers carry out a variety of different tasks, including, but not limited to:
Assisting with ADL's – including showering, grooming, dressing, feeding. General household duties Transport assistance Meal preparation Social support
As a highly visible representative of the organisation, the Support Worker enhances integratedliving's reputation as a provider of choice through their commitment to service excellence and customer satisfaction.
Skills and experience
The successful applicant will have:
Certificate III in Aged Care or equivalent qualification – must have covered subject relating to personal care. Completion of the subject "assist with medication" highly desirable. Effective written and verbal communication skills and proven customer service orientation. Ability to liaise with a wide range of customers from diverse social, financial and cultural backgrounds. Current drivers licence (P1 or above) and motor vehicle – must be registered, reliable and insured. Flexibility and availability between 7am-7pm Monday-Sunday. Some overnight shifts may be required. Ability to work independently and effectively manage time. Proficient in use of electronic technology including smart phones, handheld devices, email and internet. Current First Aid + CPR certificate.
All of our employees are entitled to a range of benefits, including:
Immediately eligible to receive generous bonuses through our customer referral program. Access to salary packaging options which means you pay less tax! Professional development and career progression opportunities. A safe and healthy workplace culture which promotes diversity, integrity and mutual respect. Position Enquires: ***** + click to reveal
Please see our website for full job description
We are looking for Community Support Superstar located in Launceston to undertake a variety of services to our clients in a community setting. If you are passionate about supporting seniors to live their best life and believe senior years are something to be celebrated, then we'd love to hear from you.
More about you:
You must be passionate about supporting others You love variety and take pride in your work You appreciate that it is the little things that can make someone's day You will hold a minimum Certificate III in Aged Care/Disability/ Individual Support You are happy to work approx. 10-15 hours a week You will have a current drivers licence You own a reliable car with current registration and third party personal injury insurance You are willing to undergo a police check and prove that you have the rights to work in Australia You are located or comfortable travelling in and around Launceston
Be ready to tell us about your experience providing a range of services to clients including undertaking personal care services, transportation to and from appointments, domestic cleaning and preparing light meals. For further details about this great opportunity please see position description attached.
You may be wondering who is Feros Care and why would I want to work there?
We are a not-for-profit, people centred organisation that is dedicated to raising the profile of people and supporting them to live their BEST LIFE! We are focussed on delivering our customer promise and pride ourselves in our technology and in our staff. We have been offering quality care and support services for older Australians since 1990, with over 820 personnel working throughout QLD, NSW, VIC, SA and TAS.
At Feros Care, we truly believe that everyone matters' and actively seek to include, welcome and value the unique contributions of all people. Our culture, our core values and the connection we have with the community is driven by our 900 staff members who represent 28 different cultures including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. We strive to be a leader and advocate for diversity and inclusion. We harness a culture that embraces individual differences in all its glory.
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.
**The rate for a casual worker is $26.69 which includes 25% loading. Reimbursement is paid for work-related travel between clients at the current rate of 78c per kilometre.
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Katy Cox on *****93 + click to reveal, quoting Ref No. 792783.
The Role:
Reporting directly to the Care Manager, you will join our journey as we continue to create an environment focused on our residents by providing holistic quality care, spontaneity in our day, fun activities and an atmosphere that encourages participation. Please note this is a casual position working nights.
Your primary responsibilities will include but are not limited to the below:
Performing general nursing duties whilst managing the clinical areas from admission through to end of life. Overseeing shift coordination and troubleshooting clinical and staffing issues whilst providing support to all members of the team. Providing leadership, acting as a resource person, and promoting on the job education to team members whilst ensuring care is delivered safely and appropriately Building relationships with the residents and their families to ensure they are receiving the best possible care. Ensuring accurate record keeping and appropriate documentation is adhered to at all times. Promoting and providing a holistic approach to care which focuses on the needs and rights of the resident.
About You:
You want to make a difference in seniors lives by empowering them, fostering their ability and independence. You bring laughter, love, dignity and genuine care to your clients. You will have a can do attitude, be firm but fair and lead by example. You want to work the night shift You will have a current registration as a Registered Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and a current CPR Certification. You will have at least 2 years residential aged care experience. You will have knowledge of ACFI and previous experience with accreditation. You will be available to work a mixture of morning, evening and night shifts.
Who is Feros Care and why would I want to be a part of the team?
At Feros Care, we truly believe that everyone matters' and actively seek to include, welcome and value the unique contributions of all people. Our culture, our core values and the connection we have with the community is driven by our 860 staff members who represent 28 different cultures including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. We strive to be a leader and advocate for diversity and inclusion. We harness a culture that embraces individual differences in all its glory.
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.
Feros Care offers a great range of benefits including a fantastic working environment, salary packaging, professional development, subsidised gym memberships, health and well-being programs.
Please note that successful applicants are required to complete a criminal history statutory declaration and undergo an Australian Federal Police Check.
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Katy Cox on *****93 + click to reveal, quoting Ref No. 787718.
Full-time position available at Mercy Place East Melbourne. Provide quality resident-focused and clinical care utilising a person-centred approach Reporting to the Service Manager you will effectively manage and lead a team of carers and nurses by demonstrating our core values. Take an active role in getting to know and communicating with our residents and their families. Manage residents' assessments, treatment, care plans and other documentation to the highest standard.
Values driven culture Salary packaging benefits Leadership Capability Framework to support your career progression and development  Camp Australia School Holiday Program Thrive @ Mercy – our health & wellbeing hub supporting you to be the best you can be Stepping Stones – our flexibility framework supporting your growth and work life balance Fully funded childcare referral service
To find out more about these exciting initiatives, please visit Mercy Health Careers homepage (
Mercy Health is a Catholic organisation employing over 8500 people who provide compassionate and holistic care through our acute hospitals, aged care facilities, mental health programs, palliative and respite services, maternity and women's health services, early parenting services and home care services.
Our Model of Care is a person centred approach to aged care and is focused on relationships and enabling active participation in life with family, friends and the community.
Registration with AHPRA as a Registered Nurse Previous Clinical Management experience in an Aged Care environment and knowledge of relevant legislation Experience in managing and leading people by building a positive team culture High level of interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal) Demonstrated understanding of person-centred care and ability to work well in a team environment
At Mercy Health we pride ourselves on embracing diversity and foster an inclusive culture where individual differences are respected and celebrated. We encourage applications from people of all ages, abilities and cultural backgrounds including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
To be the successful candidate you must meet the position requirements as well as provide a current Police Record Check.
To apply and/or to view the position description, please click "Apply For this Job"
Enquiries to:  Ms Pamela Matheson, Service Manager on *****31 + click to reveal  
Quote Ref No: EME72
Applications Close: Sunday, 4 March 2018
Clinical Care Manager (Registered Nurse) Aged Care - Regional Victoria  

Exceptional Clinical Care Manager (Registered Nurse) required to lead the clinical care of residents within this beautiful residential aged care facility based in Regional Victoria. Reporting directly to the on-site Facility Manager, you will be recognised as an integral part of the management team. The duties will include assisting with ACFI processes, overseeing clinical care, HR, mentoring staff and preparing the facility for accreditation. You will be required to manage the quality standards within the home, maintain community engagement, provide clinical leadership and coach & mentor onsite clinical staff. There is an excellent salary package available, upwards of $90,000 + super for the desired applicant. This is an excellent career development opportunity, ideal for an ambitious Registered Nurse looking for the next step.
The Benefits:
Attractive salary package available & benefits: Upwards of $90,000 + super Exceptional training & development opportunities Outstanding career progression opportunities Progressive, leading aged care organisation Join a highly respected home in the local community Work alongside a professional senior management team Enjoy a systems focused, care centred approach to your work. Exceptional support & staffing structures in place
The Requirements:
Exceptional clinical skills & experience are ESSENTIAL! Demonstrated leadership skills + experience At least 5 years experience working in Residential Aged Care Working knowledge of ACFI processes Demonstrated leadership experience Significant knowledge of the Accreditation process Good communication & interpersonal skills  A positive outlook & passion for aged care Organisation skills, knowledge of systems/ processes  Computer Skills Current APHRA Registration Current police check

Clinical Care Manager (Registered Nurse) Aged Care - Regional Victoria 

This is a fantastic opportunity, so please don't delay your application - apply today. Alternatively, if you'd like more information on this unique opportunity and/or many more outstanding roles currently available, please feel free to contact me for a confidential chat via the details below: 
NAME: Matthew Veljanovski
MOBILE: *****83 + click to reveal
PHONE: *****44 + click to reveal
EMAIL: ***** + click to reveal
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Quality Specialist (Registered Nurse) Aged Care: Multi-Site: Western Region

Quality Specialist (Registered Nurse) required to ensure compliance, oversee risk, identify gaps and provide quality support across a small portfolio of residential aged care facilities across Melbourne's inner & outer Western suburbs. Representing this values-driven not-for-profit aged care provider, you will work with the senior management team providing mentoring, guidance & support to the on-site Managers. This role is paying an excellent salary, upwards of $90,000 + super, salary packaging & added allowances. This is an excellent career development opportunity, ideal for an experienced aged care Registered Nurse with a passion for Quality & Compliance.
The Benefits:
Salary upwards of $90,000 + super, salary packaging & allowances Collaborative team. Reporting to the Group Quality Manager and working within a small team of Quality Specialists. Autonomous permanent full-time, multi-site appointment. Exception support systems in place Supportive not-for-profit health & aged care organisation Clear communication channels from top management to floor staff Exciting plans for expansion & growth on the horizon A role that empowers real accountability. 
You will be required to oversee the quality assurance, risk analysis & accreditation standards across a portfolio of facilities. You will be required to provide accreditation support, mentoring & education to staff, conduct gap & risk analysis, ensure a high standard of quality care, continuous improvement, clinical governance, developing & implementing of innovative programs & promoting a systematic approach to care.
The Requirements:
Valid AHPRA registration - Div 1 At least 3 years aged care Quality & Compliance experience Demonstrated Quality Management experience Expert knowledge of the Aged Care accreditation process. Excellent understanding of quality assurance Excellent interpersonal, communication & leadership skills A passion for Aged Care Valid driver's license and vehicle.  Valid Police Clearance.  A background as an Agency Quality Assessor would be higher regarded. 
Quality Specialist (Registered Nurse) Aged Care: Multi-Site: Western Region
This position is available immediately, therefore, we encourage you to apply today and submit your application before this exciting opportunity is filled. However, if you have any questions regarding the opportunity, please feel free to contact me for a confidential discussion: 
NAME: Matthew Veljanovski
MOBILE: *****83 + click to reveal
PHONE: *****44 + click to reveal
EMAIL: ***** + click to reveal
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About The Position
Anglicare’s Booval-based Community Aged & Disability service offers a range of supports and assistance to a variety of local residents, including help at home, social inclusion and community connectedness. We are looking for people throughout the West Moreton region, who can provide practical and emotional help to others, calling on their own real-life experiences to build rapport and relationships. Your support will enable our clients to remain living independently and comfortably in their own homes.
We have a variety of clients requiring assistance, so alongside a friendly, proactive manager your focus will be on supporting people to be the best they can be. This means having fun and enjoying life:
Helping our young people with disabilities - including visits to the hairdresser, Mani-Pedi’s or the local café for a coffee Transport assistance to the supermarket, or to watch a local sports team Personal grooming and hygiene; assistance with medication reminders and general self-care Outdoor activities, a gentle stroll or maybe taking someone to the movies once a week, or helping out in the garden Food shopping, menu planning and meal preparation - or assisting with arts, crafts and new creations!
This is a casual position and requires flexibility as some shifts will include sleepovers.
About You
To ensure the most effective and continuous care, we require our Home Care Workers to be dedicated, reliable and flexible. We look for:
A fantastic attitude and genuine interest in helping others Various hobbies - sewing, arts, gardening, cooking and scrapbooking to name a few! Experience in various outdoor pursuits and activities A practical understanding of hygiene assistance and commitment of care Enjoyment in social activities, and one-on-one engagement Understanding of physical limitations and a safe, sensible approach Creativity, enthusiasm, sensitivity and emotional stability Strong communication and organisational skills - able to manage your time and support clients to do the same in an everyday capacity
Our team members come from all walks of life, and these roles will suit:
Career changers, tree changers and young people with passion People who have some extra time and appreciate being with others Those who have strong work ethics and enjoy being team players
Qualifications will include:
Certificate III in Individual Support, Aged Care, Disability, Community Services or equivalent Completion of “Assist with Medication” unit (preferred) Blue Card (Working with Children) with Yellow Card exemption First Aid Certificate with CPR A current National Police Certificate Queensland Driver Licence and your own, reliable vehicle Immunisation against Tetanus, Hepatitis A and/or Hepatitis B Physically capable of meeting the requirements of the role
What We Offer
Anglicare is committed to building a highly skilled workforce, assisted by a dedicated management team. We support our staff with learning and development initiatives, an employee benefits program and progressive human resources management strategies, and are recognised as a leading employer in the non-profit sector. You will also enjoy:
Working with a supportive team of passionate and dedicated professionals Flexibility of work and life balance with casual hours Providing quality of life for people within your local community Ongoing training and support to assist with your personal and professional development
Show Your Interest
Apply now and be rewarded with a position that directly and positively influences the quality of life for our clients; working with an organisation that values your professional contribution and personal well-being.  People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island heritage are strongly encouraged to apply.
For further information please contact
Debbie Branfield on *****10 + click to reveal
Applications close Friday 2nd March 2018
Shortlisted applicants will be asked to complete a Pre-Employment Assessment that requires disclosure of pre-existing injuries, illnesses or conditions that could reasonably be aggravated by performing the duties of this position.
About Us
Anglicare Southern Queensland is a proud member of the Anglicare Australia network. We provide the support you need for the life you want in partnership with government and other support organisations in response to identified care needs throughout southeast Queensland.
For over 140 years our staff have connected with people on every step of their life path, responding with compassion, creativity, commitment and courage to the needs of the members of our community who require support.
Every day the passionate staff and volunteers of Anglicare Southern Queensland are working to respond to growing community demand for our services. Whether it is providing nursing care and domestic assistance in the home, physiotherapy to enable the return of mobility, emergency accommodation for victims of domestic violence, working with foster carers in the care of vulnerable children, a safe caring environment for the elderly, skills training for young unemployed people or parental education and counselling, Anglicare Southern Queensland is here, to offer the best quality support to enable you to live the life that you want.
We also offer a range of specialist services within indigenous, homeless, multicultural and rural and remote communities. The work of Anglicare Southern Queensland stretches from Cairns to Coolangatta, from Birdsville to Brisbane and reaches out to support to people of all ages with a variety of needs.
Anglicare Southern Queensland has a workforce of over 2500 people in Queensland across residential aged care, community care and a range of social services programs all working towards a happier, healthier community.
Experienced and qualified in disability support work? Our friendly Adelaide-based team have jobs ready for you right now and will work with you to source the shifts you want at the times you want to work. 
Your Lifestyle, Your Choice, Your Satisfaction!
About You:
Cert III in Personal Care/Disability Care with minimum 6 months full time equivalent experience Medication competency A current unrestricted driver's licence and willingness to transport people with disability in supplied vehicles if required Current Senior First Aid Current Manual Handling certificate (if you don't have this we will provide for free) Current Police Clearance (if you don't have we will provide for free) A passion for providing quality health care Speak a second language? Let us know!
Why Join Your Nursing Agency (YNA)?
Referral and joining bonuses* Free uniforms Free mandatory updates  Free police checks Free professional indemnity insurance A friendly, locally based allocations team who know how things work in Adelaide.  
If this sounds like the opportunity you are looking for then don't hesitate - contact our recruitment team on *****00 + click to reveal or apply via Seek below.
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