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• Beautiful Tropical Location
• Full-Time Permanent Opportunity!
• Supportive team environment!

About our Client
Our client is a national healthcare organisation with a dynamic and high calibre team of professionals. They provide health and wellbeing solutions within the aged-care industry, retirement living and the public sector throughout Australia.

About the role
Our client is seeking a Senior Physiotherapist who has experience within the aged care sector and enjoys working within a close-knit team! The suitable candidate will have excellent time management skills and a desire to be an agent of change. You will be starting immediately on a full time, permanent basis. You will be working Monday to Friday with an attractive pay package.

Essential Criteria
• Full AHPRA Registration
• Degree/Qualification in Physiotherapy
• Correct working rights for Australia
• Experience within the Aged Care Sector
• Two recent referees that can be contacted

About the Location
As the heart of the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef and Wet Tropics rainforest, Cairns pulses with energy. Make the most of the year-round outdoor lifestyle while world-class sporting events and festivals embrace the cosmopolitan city's vibrant tropical culture. Energised by nature, Cairns is the place to soak up the tropical lifestyle. The compact city is easy to get around and has the reef, rainforest and outback on its doorstep. Travel to the Great Barrier Reef and its islands, raft the white water rapids in the rainforest, step back in time with a train ride to Kuranda or treat your tastebuds to one of the many food and wine trails on the Atherton Tablelands. Whether you want to flirt with adventure or be enchanted by exotic experiences, Cairns has it all.

Why Choose Aussie Locums?
• Australian based team of experienced Recruitment Consultants
• Australia wide client base
• Weekly payroll
• Online timesheets, 24hr support
• Choice of roles on offer

Great jobs like this don't come around that often, so make sure you apply NOW!
In confidence, please contact Terry on *****76 + click to reveal or *****91 + click to reveal or email *****@aussielocums.com.au + click to reveal
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Job Description:
Healthcare Australia is looking for experienced Casual Mental health Support workers in and around the suburb of Badgerys Creek to provide care and support to children who live with disabilities, mental health issues and display challenging behaviours.
Duties would include but not limited to:
-Supporting children with challenging behaviours 
-Assisting with daily living skills (e.g. personal care) and community access programmes
-Promoting independence by supporting and enhancing individual client's experiences and opportunities
-Supporting with meal planning and preparations
-Dispensing and/or assisting with medication in line with the client's medical support plan 
Essential criteria:
12+ Months paid experience in supporting children with disabilities and high challenging behaviours 3 full days+ Availability Able to travel minimum half an hour to shifts A current First Aid & CPR Certificate  A current full driver's license Valid Working with Children Check  Valid police check
Desirable criteria:
- Qualifications in Disability/Mental Health/Community Service - PART/GIRT/TCI/ASIST certificate Benefits of working with HCA:
- eHCA mobile phone app: for ease of updating your availability, submitting time sheets and viewing your booked shifts - Be part of HCA Rewards: our HCA points can be used for purchasing valuable products or you can use them to travel the world by transferring your points to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program! - Plenty of opportunities to up skill and free of cost training. If this is you, Apply now! Simply click "APPLY" or send your resume to *****@healthcareaustralia.com.au. + click to reveal Please feel free to call Naomi on *****04 + click to reveal for any enquiries.
**IMPORTANT NOTE: Only successful applicants who satisfy the above criteria will be contacted
**Pay rates based on experience
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Lifestyle Solutions are seeking applications from experienced, energetic, and committed people who wish to join our Disability Services team as Live in Carer for two gentlemen living in Roebourne, WA.  It is not a requirement for you to reside in Roebourne, however, willingness to travel to Roebourne for the provision of 24 hour care and support on a 1 week on/1 week off roster would be essential.  You will be part of a great team network led by a passionate Facilitator making a difference. 
You will enjoy a diversity of tasks in the role. Your typical day may consist of a range of daily living supports including cleaning, washing, meal preparation and transporting to and from the home to various social and community activities that the gentleman have an interest in.
Essential criteria:
Demonstrated experience working with people with a Disability in an accommodation service or individual support Strong knowledge and experience with Community Networks Ability to be flexible within your work environment as part of a team and as an individual Strong communication and interpersonal skills  Current Drivers Licence Current First Aid certificate or willingness to obtain on
Desirable requirements:
Formal qualifications in Disability, Welfare or Community Services would be highly regarded.
 
Lifestyle Solutions is an innovative organisation that is passionate about positive outcomes for the people we support and offer our people an attractive and supportive work environment.   Becoming a member of Lifestyle Solutions means you are joining a team of people committed to improving the quality of life for the people we support. 
For more information regarding this role please contact the Facilitator Eliza on *****84 + click to reveal during business hours only
 
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Wednesday 27 December 2017
Please Note:
All applicants are required to undergo employment screening through probity checks, prior to commencing.
Lifestyle Solutions reserves the right to remove this post before the specified closing date. 
Lifestyle Solutions is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We actively promote the employment of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI and other diversity groups.
Lifestyle Solutions encourages applications from people with disability and will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment processes and in the workplace.
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Location:  Tom Price  Casual positions for Work life balance
Do you believe in the value of supporting people with a Disability to live as independently as possible?  Lifestyle Solutions are currently recruiting Casual Disability Support Workers for our service in Tom Price. 
We are seeking Support Workers who are experienced with extensive knowledge in providing behavioural support with an enthusiastic, flexible, and resilient attitude.  In this role you will provide mentoring and support to adults and children with a disability in the local Tom Price area through such activities as community support programs and life skills training.
You will need to be available to work a combination of shifts including mornings, afternoons, night shift and weekends.
To be a successful candidate you will clearly demonstrate the following:
Significant experience working with people within Disability accommodation services Certificate 3 in Disability or related courses of the industry and higher Confidence and professionalism in your ability to provide personal care  Ability to be flexible within your complex work environment as part of a team and an individual Strong communication and interpersonal skills  A current Working with Children Card or willingness to obtain  A current Driver’s licence. A current First Aid Certificate or willingness to obtain Availability to work a 7 day roster which will be a combination of shifts including mornings, afternoons, night shift, weekends and public holidays 
We are an innovative organisation that is passionate about positive outcomes for the people we support and offer our people an attractive and supportive work environment.
In return we offer our people an attractive and supportive work environment with inspiring assignments, opportunities to expand and learn from others and openings to improve and learn new skills.  Our great benefits include a corporate wellness package and corporate discounts in health, travel and technology. 
For any further questions please call Eliza during business hours: *****84  + click to reveal
 
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Wednesday 27 December 2017
 
 Please Note:
This is an ongoing expression of interest.  Only applicants who are successful in progressing to an interview stage will be contacted.
All applicants are required to undergo employment screening through probity checks, prior to commencing.
Lifestyle Solutions reserves the right to remove this post before the specified closing date. 
Lifestyle Solutions is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We actively promote the employment of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI and other diversity groups.
Lifestyle Solutions encourages applications from people with disability and will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment processes and in the workplace. 
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Casual positions Location Karratha Working with the local community
Lifestyle Solutions is one of the major leaders and innovators in the Community Services sector in Australia, we are a National Not for Profit organisation working with communities. The key to our success is our commitment to delivering person centred solutions, a commitment to equality and social justice and a commitment to outcomes that are meaningful for each individual.
We specialise in person centred support for people with a disability with one on one support in our communities. We are looking for Support workers who are passionate, resilient and dedicated.    
You will be responsible for:

Ensuring the environment remains at a high quality standard (safe and hygienic) and resources are maintained Creating strategies to support and develop life skills - Personal care, health and hygiene Confidence and professionalism in your ability to provide personal care Ensure day to day care needs are met for the people we support Follow clear routines, structure and positive support practices and strategies Transport and Community Access - encouraging hobbies and outings Cooking and Cleaning of the house and environment (all domestic duties) Incident management - follow policy and procedure managing incidents and writing reports Must be available to work a 7 day roster with a combination of shifts including mornings, afternoons, night shift, weekends and public holidays
 
To be the successful candidate you will need to meet the following essential criteria:
Certificate 3 or 4 in Disability, Youth Work, Welfare, Community Services, Mental Health and any other related courses  Experience with Challenging behaviours, Autism Support, Suicide Prevention and may have obtained a Mental Health First Aid Knowledge and experience with the Community networks  Ability to be flexible within your complex work environment as part of a team and an individual High experience and understanding with evasive behaviours and of concern Strong communication and interpersonal skills  Police Check Clearance (Cleared) A current drivers licence A current First Aid Certificate or willingness to obtain one
 
Any further information please call during business hours ONLY Eliza on: *****84 + click to reveal
APPLICATIONS CLOSE:  Wednesday27 December 2017
Only applicants who meet the essential criteria will be contacted
We encourage you to submit an application today! We will be shortlisting & interviewing outstanding applicants during the application period. Lifestyle Solutions reserves the right to close this job to new applicants prior to the specified closing date without notice 
IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER:  
All applicants are required to undergo employment screening through probity checks, prior to commencing.
Lifestyle Solutions is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We actively promote the employment of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTI and other diversity groups.
Lifestyle Solutions encourages applications from people with disability and will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment processes and in the workplace. 
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About us
Black Swan Health Limited proudly provides high quality, evidenced-based, safe primary health, mental health, disability support and wellbeing services.
With several funding streams, Black Swan Health delivers a range of health services including (but not limited to), Disability Services, Partners in Recovery (PIR), headspace services in Osborne Park and Joondalup, headspace Youth Early Psychosis Program (hYEPP), counselling services, Freo Street Doctor and multidisciplinary chronic conditions self- management programs.
Black Swan Health is an independent not-for-profit organisation governed by an experienced and skills-based Board of Directors.
About the role
The Disability Support Worker provides person-centred support, mentoring and training for individuals with disabilities who are working towards their goals through day-to-day activities within their local community. The Disability Support Worker will contribute to high quality care to achieve best outcomes for people and their families/significant others.
Key responsibilities include:
Support and mentor participants to increase their personal independence. Support participants to engage in community based activities. Teach and encourage participants to harness new skills and healthy activities. Model and encourage appropriate social behaviours, as necessary. Assist individuals with personal care, as required. Attend staff meetings, planning days and other meetings as requested. Represent Black Swan Health at external meetings and events as requested. Conducting all activities in compliance with relevant legislation including: Equal Employment Opportunity, Occupational Health and Safety, Privacy and all Policies, Procedures and guidelines as determined by Black Swan Health Other duties within skill level as directed
Essential minimum selection criteria:
Certificate III or IV in Disabilities, or demonstrated experience in working with people with disabilities. Demonstrated ability to problem solve when faced with challenging or unanticipated situations. Demonstrated ability to work independently in the community. Physical ability to assist individuals to transfer in and out of wheelchairs (including lifting wheelchairs into vehicles), and support individuals with mobility requirements as required. Willingness to perform personal care, as required.
Desirable:
First Aid Certificate
Black Swan Health Limited is committed to embracing diversity and eliminating all forms of discrimination in the provision of health services. We welcome all people irrespective of ethnicity, lifestyle choice, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities.
Press click Apply for this position and attach CV and Covering Letter quoting reference BSH00092. For any queries please contact Stacy Baptiste *****63). + click to reveal
Applications close 20th December 2017
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Care Manager – Residential Aged Care – Latrobe  Valley
  
Fantastic opportunity to join a well-respected aged care provider with plenty of opportunities for career development. Close knit team with a great culture.  
  
The Role
The Care Manager reports directly to the Facility Manager. The Facility Manager is down to earth and very supportive. The Care Manager is responsible for care planning, providing clinical support and guidance, education, acting in the Facility Manager role when needed and ensuring residents receive the best of care.   
  
REQUIREMENTS
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  
  
BENEFITS
Competitive salary Salary packaging benefits Plenty of learning and development opportunities Flexible working hours
  
HOW TO APPLY
If the above role sounds like a good fit for you, we would love to chat. Contact Candice Ray on the below contact details –
  
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Email: *****@e4recruitment.com.au + click to reveal
  
Please note all correspondence is confidential and only shortlisted applicants will be contacted             
             
~ If you're not looking to change jobs straight away but would like to gain insight into the job market, you can call Candice in strict confidence and discuss a plan for when the time is right for you ~
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Who is HarbisonCare?
HarbisonCare is a community owned charity at the heart of the Southern Highlands community, both as an employer and provider of aged care services. We pride ourselves on supporting the meaning and purpose of the lives of our customers whilst respecting their unique backgrounds.
HarbisonCare has been operating for over 60 years, providing our hostel, nursing home and memory care to over 350 customers, supporting and facilitating their social, health and physical needs. Our focus is to provide a "person-centred approach" that facilitates a culture of belonging for both our employees and our customers.
We are currently seeking skilled Registered Nurses (RN) to join our team at Burradoo and Moss Vale.   As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for:
What is the Role?
Providing, and overseeing quality care to residents with a "person centred" approach A strong commitment to customer service, relationship building and respect for the elderly Assisting and overseeing residents with personal care and activities of daily living in accordance with their individual treatment and care plans Delegating tasks when necessary, whilst maintaining effective team management Ensuring the residents' rights, dignity and confidentiality is always upheld Managing necessary documentation regarding changes in resident care needs and uncharacteristic behaviours Working with staff and residents from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds Working in accordance with allied health services whilst ensuring that HarbisonCare's mission and values are always upheld   What are we looking for?
Registered Nurse qualifications and current AHPRA registration.  Experience preferred, but not essential in dealing with the complexities of Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other conditions that require constant monitoring Ability to lead, motivate and educate staff Ability to act as resident advocates and educators Strong communication, written, organisational and computer skills Hardworking, reliable, and the ability to work in a team environment, as well as the ability to take leadership, work under pressure, prioritise and multi-task An availability to work a variety of shifts (including weekends and evenings) A high standard of personal appearance Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills Proactive attitude
Applicants must have relevant RN qualifications and current AHPRA Registration.  Ideally you will have experience in the Aged Care sector and a working knowledge of Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) and Standards, however this is not essential.  The main characterisics we are seeking is a strong focus on customer service and care, and a "can do" attitude.
How do I Apply?
To find out more about more about HarbisonCare or for a copy of the role description, please visit www.harbisoncare.org.au. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter by clicking the "Apply for this Job" button or via *****@harbisoncare.org.au. + click to reveal
For further information regarding the role, please contact Linda Cooke or Harry Varvaressos on *****00. + click to reveal
Applications close 06 December 2017 (or prior, if a suitable candidate is found).
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Clinical Services Manager (Registered Nurse) Aged Care - Eastern Suburbs
Experienced Clinical Services Manager (Registered Nurse) required to manage the clinical services within this lovely aged care residence based in Melbourne's eastern suburbs. Representing a supportive aged care organisation, this opportunity is paying an attractive salary package, starting at $100,000 + super & benefits. Reporting to an insightful & approachable Facility Manager, This is an excellent time to join a provider that can facilitate career progression opportunities.
The Benefits:
Attractive salary package available: Starting at $100,000 + super & benefits Support from an insightful & approachable FM & Executive team Close-knit organisational culture: Excellent support systems in place Convenient Eastern Melbourne suburbs location Beautiful aged care residence Residents with a mixture of care level needs.  Experienced clinical care team on site Exceptional career development opportunity
As the Clinical Services Manager/DDON, you will be responsible for ensuring clinical efficiencies, leading staff and managing HR functions. Duties will include coordinating the clinical care of residents, ensuring clinical efficiencies, staff development & performance management, motivating teams, accreditation & compliance duties, working within organisational systems & processes and ensuring accurate clinical documentation & standards are being met.
This aged care residence requires an experienced clinical specialist with a high level of commitment, integrity, honesty, and trustworthiness to manage the clinical service delivery. This position is supported by an experienced Facility Manager, ACFI & Quality team, Executive Management team & a diligent clinical care team on site.
The Requirements:
Registered Nurse DIV 1 - AHPRA Registered At least 3 years aged care clinical management experience Demonstrated clinical leadership skills Demonstrated knowledge and experience in ACFI The proven ability to manage time efficiently Willingness to accept responsibility & accountability 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. 
Clinical Services Manager (Registered Nurse) Aged Care - Eastern Suburbs  
We require an experienced Registered Nurse to manage the clinical services within this lovely aged care residence based in the eastern suburbs. Please apply today and we'll be in contact within 24 hrs to discuss the next step. For further information on this exciting opportunity, please contact a member of our Recruitment team on *****44. + click to reveal
For a comprehensive list showcasing all of Redstone Recruitment's current opportunities, please visit: http://redstonegroup.com.au/
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ABOUT THE COMPANY
The Tipping Foundation is one of the largest community service organisations in Victoria and we are dedicated to working with people who have a disability, children who are vulnerable and families. We are a values based organisation and the overarching value which drives everything we do is respect. We work together with our clients to achieve their individual goals.
ABOUT THE ROLE
In line with the Person Centred Active Support Methodology [PCAS]:
Encourage and support people to participate in decision-making about the services they receive Support people with their daily routines Enhance each person's level of skill, confidence and independence Implement plans that provide meaningful activities of their choice, interest and ability. Promote outdoor tasks and activities for better health.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
The main criteria for staff at this location are as follows:
the ability to engage clients in a collaborative, positive and respectful manner commitment to human rights principles ability to communicate with staff, families and other professionals experience in providing personal care support experience in or a willingness to learn about how to respond to behaviours of concern
A Certificate IV Disability Services or equivalent will be highly regarded.
BENEFITS
We offer generous salary packaging and can offer significant tax incentives as a non for profit organisation.
COMPLIANCE
The Tipping Organisation operates a stringent safety screening procedure for preferred candidates that will require two satisfactory professional references, an identity check, satisfactory national and international [where required] police record check, a Working With Children Check [where required] and a cleared Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme check. For more details please view our website.
For more information about this position please contact Gippsland East office on *****80. + click to reveal
Applications close December 6
We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage men and women of all ages to apply. The Tipping Foundation is a diversity partner of the NDRC and we encourage applications from people with disability.
The Tipping Foundation is a child safe organisation. We value, respect and listen to children and young people. We are committed to the safety of all children and young people including the cultural safety of Aboriginal children & young people, culturally and/or linguistically diverse children & young people, gender and sexually diverse children & young people and children & young people with a disability.
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Team Leaders – Northern suburbs
Multiple locations, one including a new service Leading SA profit-for-purpose disability organisation On-the-job training and skills development
We are seeking experienced Team Leaders who will work using a person centred approach, with strong leadership and people management skills to support adults in a variety of services, one is an adult respite service, one is a new accommodation service.   

We are a leading SA profit-for-purpose organisation with a long and proud history of over 60 years working in partnership with people living with disability, their families and the community to create a better life.

You will engage and lead a team of Community Support Workers to support adults in a new service to empower adults holistically to meet their needs, enhance their lifestyle choices and be actively involved in the community.
You will be responsible for the rostering of your team, and the general daily administration needs of the service, along with working hands on with the people we support and their families.
We support people 24 hours a day, every day - including mornings, evenings, weekends, and sleepovers. We'd like for you to be flexible and to be able to work at other Cara locations when needed.
Your certifications:
Current DCSI Child Related Employment Clearance is essential for this role Certificate IV in Disability or Community Services (or equivalent) Current Provide First Aid Certificate (HLTAID003 or equivalent) Current South Australian Driver's Licence Background in mental health is desirable Experience within the disability industry Experience leading a team Supervision/Management Training (desirable) Training and accreditation in high health support, positive behaviour support, active support and medication control.
What we offer
Competitive remuneration package including salary sacrifice benefits, you can visit the CBB salary packing website at https://www.cbb.com.au/ Ongoing training Rewarding and exciting career opportunity in a growing sector
How can I apply?
To make an application online, click APPLY now.
You can also visit our website at www.cara.org.au/jobs
The closing date for this role is Wednesday, 29 November at 5pm.
You can follow our page on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/2880209/life/
Connect with us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/caraorgau
You can contact the Cara Recruitment Team on *****88 + click to reveal for any queries you may have.
 
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This is a brilliant opportunity to join a highly respected and renowned NFP aged care provider. As an innovative and leading provider of aged care services, they offer strong guidance and development to their staff to ensure career development opportunities and progression are available. 
The Role
Located in Melbourne's North Eastern suburbs, this facility offers its residents a range of care services within a home like environment.  As Facility Manager, you will have the opportunity and responsibility to strengthen what is already a very stable and high performing team.
The facility is renowned for providing an exceptionally high level of care.
Working with an engaged team of aged care professionals, it will be imperative to provide strong leadership management and mentoring, ensuring the high performance culture with a resident centred care approach is maintained. 
The ability to professionally represent the home and engage with key internal and external stakeholders is vital.
Key Selection Criteria
We are seeking an experienced nurse with a strong background in aged care facility management. You will also posses the following:
Strategic leadership and communication skills  Demonstrated knowledge & understanding of the aged care standards and accreditation process Proven experience in human resource, financial and clinical management Passion and commitment to the development of your team Strong understanding of continuous improvement, OHS and risk management
Benefits
In addition to a highly competitive salary circa $110,000 + super and salary packaging benefits, you will be provided with a career defining opportunity within a highly respected organisation. Ongoing professional development is a focus of the organisation to ensure all staff are fully engaged and challenged.
To apply for this role, please click the apply tab. For further information please call Lachlan Henderson on *****73 + click to reveal or email *****@eligogroup.com.au + click to reveal
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About the company
 
At Edmen, we invest significantly in our workforce to ensure the partnership between us is successful. Our thorough on-boarding process means that you will be ready to hit the ground running in this challenging but rewarding role.
 
What we are looking for
A team player with a minimum of 6 months PAID demonstrated experience working with adults with disabilities You will need to be flexible, strong and resilient in various challenging situations Experience with personal care, manual handling and other activities of daily living You will show passion and commitment to empowerment and be able to problem solve and think on your feet  You will be willing to work shift work including emergency/on call shifts
  
The position description for this role is located here: http://edmen.com.au/media/Support_Worker_Position_Description.pdf Please copy and paste the above into your internet browser to access it.
  
 
What you need
A current DCSI – Disability and/or Child Related Screening Experience working with moderate to extreme challenging behaviours Demonstrated experience with personal care, medications, hoists & manual handling A current FULL Australian Drivers Licence and reliable transport A current First Aid certificate or willingness to obtain one
Candidates with strong manual handling experience and experience working with clients with high medical needs and challenging behaviours will be highly regarded.
 
By applying for this role you acknowledge and approve to be contacted between the hours of *****00 + click to reveal Monday to Friday by one of our valued team members.
How to apply
Simply click the Apply Now button you see here. For any further inquiries, please visit our website www.edmen.com.au or please email us at *****@edmen.com.au + click to reveal
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About the company
 
At Edmen, we invest significantly in our workforce to ensure the partnership between us is successful. Our thorough on-boarding process means that you will be ready to hit the ground running in this challenging but rewarding role.
 
What we are looking for
A team player with a minimum of 6 months PAID demonstrated experience working with adults with disabilities You will need to be flexible, strong and resilient in various challenging situations Experience with personal care, manual handling and other activities of daily living You will show passion and commitment to empowerment and be able to problem solve and think on your feet  You will be willing to work shift work including emergency/on call shifts
  
The position description for this role is located here: http://edmen.com.au/media/Support_Worker_Position_Description.pdf Please copy and paste the above into your internet browser to access it.
  
 
What you need
A current DCSI – Disability and/or Child Related Screening Experience working with moderate to extreme challenging behaviours Demonstrated experience with personal care, medications, hoists & manual handling A current FULL Australian Drivers Licence and reliable transport A current First Aid certificate or willingness to obtain one
Candidates with strong manual handling experience and experience working with clients with high medical needs and challenging behaviours will be highly regarded.
 
By applying for this role you acknowledge and approve to be contacted between the hours of *****00 + click to reveal Monday to Friday by one of our valued team members.
How to apply
Simply click the Apply Now button you see here. For any further inquiries, please visit our website www.edmen.com.au or please email us at *****@edmen.com.au + click to reveal
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 REGISTERED NURSE
Bangalor Facility is a luxury  5 star, fully accredited residential aged care facility. Located close to NSW/QLD boarder and overlooking beautiful tweed valley and  ocean views.
We are looking for a confident,  motivated and reliable RN 
Currently 4 x PM shifts available per fortnight , - ( Friday and Saturday evenings included ) Plus holiday relief and sick leave cover also available if desired.
Pay is above award - casual rates, with permanent shifts  
You will have the chance to  apply your own knowledge and skills in clinical management, quality assurance, infection control  and staff  management.
Aged Care and ACFI experience  and electronic care planning experience is desirable.. although training will  be provided.
Great clinical team and supportive  Management in place.
 Be part of a progressive and professional team dedicated to our residents.
Current police check and APRHA registration essential.
 Don't  miss out on working with people who really care, in a rewarding environment.
Send a brief cover letter with your resume to our Care Manager, Noleen, email as follows: 
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Palm Lake Care Deception Bay
Full Time
Registered Nurse
 
We are looking for qualified and experienced Registered Nurse to join our team at Deception Bay.  You will work under the guidance of our General Manager to deliver quality care to our residents and provide leadership to the care team. You will be responsible for care planning, documentation and medications, in addition to getting to know the residents and their families.
You MUST have:-
RN qualification and current registration with AHPRA; Australian Aged Care Experience; Demonstrated competence in medication management, clinical skills and documentation; Excellent people and communication skills; Empathy with elderly residents and their families; A current Federal Police Clearance; A great attitude!
Knowledge of ACFI and accreditation would be advantageous.
We do not offer sponsorship
Enquiries: Charmaine Brewer
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Applications Close: 22/11/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Churches of Christ in Queensland, Brig-O-Doon Aged Care Service, Acacia Ridge
Permanent, part-time opportunity
Imagine a job where everything you did made a difference
 
About the role
Every day is new and different for a Registered Nurse at Brig-O-Doon Aged Care Service. During your varied day, you will work closely with the Service Manager, care management team and allied health professionals to carry out contemporary nursing practices through assessing, planning, and evaluating resident care.
Your primary focus will be recognising resident needs and assisting them with services that enrich their daily living. In order to ensure that resident's individual care plan requirements are met, you will also provide comprehensive guidance to Enrolled and Nursing staff. Some of the residents you will look after for years to come and the relationships you build with them and their families will be both meaningful and significant.
In this permanent, part-time role you will be covering a variety of shifts (including morning, afternoon, night and weekend shifts). If you are looking for a diverse and rewarding role that has a positive impact on the lives of seniors, this might be the right opportunity for you.
About you
You are a dedicated and experienced clinician often commended on your problem solving, decision making and negotiation skills. With the ability to prioritise and manage workloads according to resident's needs, you are also able to work independently or as part of a multi-disciplined work team.
You can effectively communicate at all levels enabling you to achieve best nursing practices in accordance with legislation, common law and quality improvement. Understanding the importance of providing quality care to our residents, you feel rewarded by creating a genuine impact.
Your experience and qualifications for the role should include:
A current AHPRA registration as a Registered Nurse with experience in clinical nursing practices;  Demonstrated comprehensive clinical knowledge within Aged Care and understanding of the ageing process and age related health issues; Knowledge and ability to apply the Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) and regulatory requirements for aged care facilities;
Availability to work a variety of shifts, including morning, afternoon, night and weekend shifts;
Intermediate computer skills.
Importantly, you will be someone who closely aligns with our organisational values of: modelling unconditional love; behaving with integrity; and being good stewards.
Who we are
We offer over 200 services in more than 100 communities positively impacting around 45,000 lives each year. Our care services range from children, youth and family services, early intervention and protection, affordable housing, and seniors and support living, making us one of Australia's largest, most diverse not-for-profit organisations.
In particular, we operate 28 residential aged care services that include specialties such as dementia, palliative and respite care.
Imagine working for us
Our values encourage us to be accepting of differences and embrace all. Our size and variety offers you real choice and opportunities to grow your career. You'll also find we offer a family friendly work culture.
Remuneration packages come complete with salary-packaging benefits that can increase your take-home pay along with a generous five weeks of annual leave and the ability to purchase more (for eligible employees). To ensure your career can grow, we are constantly exploring innovative training and development programs. Most importantly, you will help us touch the lives of thousands of vulnerable Australians. Just imagine that.  
To apply
To apply for this position please click the Apply button. For further information, please contact Kelly Clancy on *****22. + click to reveal
We actively encourage and invite applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all our positions. 
 
Applications close: We will be assessing applications as they are received
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Edmen are currently seeking Disability Support Workers for employment across the South-West region of Sydney. You will work across a range of services including group home, in-home and respite settings, providing support to both adults and young people living with a disability.
Provide support to individuals with physical and/or intellectual disabilities in a group home, in-home and respite setting Assist with activities of daily living, community support and empowerment Services range from low to high needs with a range of challenging behaviours (low - extreme depending on the site). Work with complex care needs
 
What you'll need to succeed 
 
• Minimum 6 months paid experience as a Disability Support Worker
• Hold a current Australian Drivers Licence and have your own car
• Experience with personal care and manual handing essential
• Willing to do shift work including emergency/on call work 
• Hold a current First Aid Certificate or be willing to obtain one
• Hold a current Working with Children Check
Candidates who are skilled in managing challenging behaviours and familiar with behaviour support plans will be highly regarded.
The successful applicant must be willing to undertake a National Police Check at the final stages of the recruitment process at a cost of $43.
The position description for this role is located here: http://edmen.com.au/media/Support_Worker_Position_Description.pdf 
Please copy and paste the above into your internet browser to access it.
By applying for this role you acknowledge and approve to be contacted between the hours of *****00 + click to reveal Monday to Friday by one of our valued team members.
How to apply
Simply click the Apply Now button here or email us at *****@edmen.com.au + click to reveal
For any further inquiries please visit our website www.edmen.com.au
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Edmen are currently seeking Disability Support Workers for employment across the South-West region of Sydney. You will work across a range of services including group home, in-home and respite settings, providing support to both adults and young people living with a disability.
Provide support to individuals with physical and/or intellectual disabilities in a group home, in-home and respite setting Assist with activities of daily living, community support and empowerment Services range from low to high needs with a range of challenging behaviours (low - extreme depending on the site). Work with complex care needs
 
What you'll need to succeed 
 
• Minimum 6 months paid experience as a Disability Support Worker
• Hold a current Australian Drivers Licence and have your own car
• Experience with personal care and manual handing essential
• Willing to do shift work including emergency/on call work 
• Hold a current First Aid Certificate or be willing to obtain one
• Hold a current Working with Children Check
Candidates who are skilled in managing challenging behaviours and familiar with behaviour support plans will be highly regarded.
The successful applicant must be willing to undertake a National Police Check at the final stages of the recruitment process at a cost of $43.
The position description for this role is located here: http://edmen.com.au/media/Support_Worker_Position_Description.pdf 
Please copy and paste the above into your internet browser to access it.
By applying for this role you acknowledge and approve to be contacted between the hours of *****00 + click to reveal Monday to Friday by one of our valued team members.
How to apply
Simply click the Apply Now button here or email us at *****@edmen.com.au + click to reveal
For any further inquiries please visit our website www.edmen.com.au
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About the role
Your duties will be to support high and low care needs clients in their day to day lives while promoting independent living and working towards each person's individual goals all within a day program environment in Ashfield and Beverly Hills.
  
Why apply?
This is the best work/life balance role! Shifts are Monday to Friday within the *****00 + click to reveal time frame.
About what you'll need to succeed
Minimum 6 months paid experience as a disability support worker Current First Aid certificate (or willingness to obtain one) A valid Australian Drivers Licence (Full Licence) Availability for day shifts Monday to Friday from *****00 + click to reveal Ability and willingness to participate in swimming shifts Ability to drive a small van and to do bus runs with up to 15 clients
  
The successful applicant must be willing to undergo a National Police Check at the final stages of the recruitment process at the cost of $43.
  
The position description for this role is located here: http://edmen.com.au/media/Support_Worker_Position_Description.pdf
Please copy and paste the above into your internet browser to access it.
By applying for this role you acknowledge and approve to be contacted between the hours of *****00 + click to reveal Monday to Friday by one of our valued team members.
  
How to apply
Easy! Click on the Apply Now button you see here. 
For any further inquiries please visit our website www.edmen.com.au or email us at *****@edmen.com.au + click to reveal or contact us on *****80 + click to reveal
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Edmen are currently seeking Disability Support Workers for employment across the South-East region of Sydney. You will work across a range of services including group home, in-home and respite settings, providing support to both adults and young people living with a disability.
Provide support to individuals with physical and/or intellectual disabilities in a group home, in-home and respite setting Assist with activities of daily living, community support and empowerment Services range from low to high needs with a range of challenging behaviours (low - extreme depending on the site). Work with complex care needs
 
What you'll need to succeed 
 
• Minimum 6 months paid experience as a Disability Support Worker
• Hold a current Australian Drivers Licence and have your own car
• Experience with personal care and manual handing essential
• Willing to do shift work including emergency/on call work 
• Hold a current First Aid Certificate or be willing to obtain one
• Hold a current Working with Children Check
Candidates who are skilled in managing challenging behaviours and familiar with behaviour support plans will be highly regarded.
The successful applicant must be willing to undertake a National Police Check at the final stages of the recruitment process at a cost of $43.
The position description for this role is located here: http://edmen.com.au/media/Support_Worker_Position_Description.pdf 
Please copy and paste the above into your internet browser to access it.
By applying for this role you acknowledge and approve to be contacted between the hours of *****00 + click to reveal Monday to Friday by one of our valued team members.
How to apply
Simply click the Apply Now button here or email us at *****@edmen.com.au + click to reveal
For any further inquiries please visit our website www.edmen.com.au