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Disability In-Home Care Workers - Blue Mountains| KATOOMBA, NSW
Join an EEO Employer. A Private Nursing Agency providing nursing and attendant care to clients with acquired brain injuries, physical disabilities and high care needs in their homes.
Casual Staff - AINs/ACWs required for regular rostered shifts in the Blue mountains to assist clients with disabilities living in their homes.
You must address the following criteria to be considered for an interview.
Essential
Good communication skills both written and speaking • Current drivers' licence and access to a vehicle • Good availability • Current First Aid Certificate • Current National Police Check
Desirable
Good communication skills both written and speaking • Current drivers' licence and access to a vehicle • Good availability • Current First Aid Certificate • Current National Police Check
Training and orientation provided.
If you meet the above criteria please submit a cover letter and resume with two work related references
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
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Disability Home Care Worker - BUNDABERG REGION, QLD
A North Coast 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.
Looking for people 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, throughout the Bundaberg region.
Part time role available for a minimum of 10 hours per week.
Having 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:
Personal grooming and hygiene; assistance with medication reminders and general self-care • Transport assistance to the supermarket, or to watch a local sports team • Assistance with domestic duties and general help around the house • Helping young people with disabilities - including visits to the hairdresser, Mani-Pedi’s or the local café for a coffee • Outdoor activities, a gentle stroll, 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!
About You
To ensure the most effective and continuous care, Home Care Workers are required to be dedicated, reliable and flexible. Looking for:
Personal grooming and hygiene; assistance with medication reminders and general self-care • Transport assistance to the supermarket, or to watch a local sports team • Assistance with domestic duties and general help around the house • Helping young people with disabilities - including visits to the hairdresser, Mani-Pedi’s or the local café for a coffee • Outdoor activities, a gentle stroll, 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!
The team members come from all walks of life, and these roles will suit:
Personal grooming and hygiene; assistance with medication reminders and general self-care • Transport assistance to the supermarket, or to watch a local sports team • Assistance with domestic duties and general help around the house • Helping young people with disabilities - including visits to the hairdresser, Mani-Pedi’s or the local café for a coffee • Outdoor activities, a gentle stroll, 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!
Qualifications will include:
Personal grooming and hygiene; assistance with medication reminders and general self-care • Transport assistance to the supermarket, or to watch a local sports team • Assistance with domestic duties and general help around the house • Helping young people with disabilities - including visits to the hairdresser, Mani-Pedi’s or the local café for a coffee • Outdoor activities, a gentle stroll, 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!
Offering
Committed to building a highly skilled workforce, assisted by a dedicated management team. Supporting the 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:
Personal grooming and hygiene; assistance with medication reminders and general self-care • Transport assistance to the supermarket, or to watch a local sports team • Assistance with domestic duties and general help around the house • Helping young people with disabilities - including visits to the hairdresser, Mani-Pedi’s or the local café for a coffee • Outdoor activities, a gentle stroll, 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!
Show Your Interest
Apply now and be rewarded with a position that directly and positively influences the quality of life for our clients; working within an organisation that values your professional contribution and personal well-being.
Committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds, LGBTIQ+ communities, people with disabilities and people with a lived experience of mental health issues. Promoting a child-safe environment and are committed to providing on-going care and protection.
JOB NUMBER S3903
Applications close Friday 5th April 2019
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
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In-Home Disability Support Worker - WOODBINE (Campbelltown Area), NSW
Join an energetic, service orientated, home & community health care company with clients right across Sydney & the Illawarra. Providing a range of in-home aged care, dementia care, disability care, palliative care & respite services. Offering casual work opportunities with flexible hours.
The role
A client with a disability requires additional ongoing support. Looking for someone to join the team who can provide the client with this ongoing active support throughout the week (including morning & evening shifts).
PLEASE NOTE: the client uses a catheter & hoist. Support will include personal care i.e. bowel care (including enemas), showering, dressing & medication administration.
Ideally, you will live in or around the Campbelltown area. You MUST have experience working with people with disabilities & a car to get to/from our client's home.
Key personal qualities that you will possess include being caring, considerate, physically fit & healthy, honest, compassionate, reliable & a great communicator.
A cover letter MUST be attached to your application indicating the SUBURB you live in & confirming your AVAILABILITY to work.
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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Disability Home Care Worker - LOGANLEA (Brisbane), QLD
A Brisbane South 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.
Looking for people 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 the clients to remain living independently and comfortably in their own homes, throughout the Logan region.
A variety of clients requiring assistance, including several male clients so applications from men interested in care and support work would be very well received.
There are a number of casual and part time roles for afternoon and evening shifts Monday - Sunday (highly competitive weekend rates offered). Please include your availability with your application.
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:
Personal grooming and hygiene; assistance with medication reminders and general self-care Transport assistance to the supermarket, or to watch a local sports team Assistance with domestic duties and general help around the house Helping our young people with disabilities - including visits to the hairdresser, Mani-Pedi’s or the local café for a coffee Outdoor activities, a gentle stroll, 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!
About You
To ensure the most effective and continuous care, we require our Home Care Workers to be dedicated, reliable and flexible. Looking 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:
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
Qualifications will include:
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
What is Offered
Committed to building a highly skilled workforce, assisted by a dedicated management team. Supporting the 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:
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
Show Your Interest
Apply now and be rewarded with a position that directly and positively influences the quality of life for our clients; working within an organisation that values your professional contribution and personal well-being.
Committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds, LGBTIQ+ communities, people with disabilities and people with a lived experience of mental health issues. Promoting a child-safe environment and are committed to providing on-going care and protection.
JOB NUMBER S3899
Applications close Sunday 31st March 2019
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.
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
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The purpose of the position is to manage direct services to Care Service clients under a range of funding arrangements including but not limited to My Aged Care and NDIS funding. Services are to be Client Focussed at all times with quality outcomes for people that are achieved using a flexible, creative and collaborative approach. The role is to develop and maintain an extensive network of contacts with similar and allied groups, to include South East Queensland, and State and Federal organisations.

What the role involves:

• Manage direct services to STAR clients, NDIS funding programs.
• Manage new referrals in required time frames according to priority
• Ensure all referred clients are aware of STAR priority over other Service Organisations.
• Work with clients and their support networks regarding their requirements and develop Support/ Care Plans that actively support clients to reach their goals.
• Liaise with other providers also involved in a STAR client’s care to ensure a collaborative approach is taken to meeting client support needs.
• Manage a team of paid and volunteer staff, ensuring all appropriate performance management and professional develop protocols are utilised.
• Manage staff rosters in accordance with client preferences.
• Answer new potential client enquiries regarding available service provision and pricing.
• Attend to invoicing of client’s or client funding holders including checking for unpaid services as required.
• Contribute to STAR’s Seasonal Newsletters, from a STAR Care viewpoint.
• Funder reporting (i.e. DEX, NDIS, Online Claiming).
• Maintenance of client records, statistics and information relating to service delivery. This includes the changing of status of clients as required (i.e. active to close).
• The review of active clients or review based on communicated change requirements.
• To contribute to the necessary administration duties, including telephone answering to ensure that client focused service is delivered in an efficient, effective and timely manner.
• Perform Environmental Assessments if needs are specialised or require specialist equipment/staff to deliver.
• Other duties as required.

Key Selection Criteria:
• Demonstrated knowledge and experience in business development and growth successfully implementing NDIS & Aged Care Terms of Business
• Experience in co-ordinating individualised services including client planning and managing staff performance.
• Demonstrated intermediate computer skills, the ability to use technology and online tools for reporting.
• Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and within a team environment to support the provision of high quality services to clients. Assume responsibility for making decisions in accordance with clear and established Procedures and Work Instructions in a client-focused environment.

Applicant Qualifications
• Relevant certificate with relevant experience, or experience attained through previous appointments, services and/or study of an equivalent level of expertise and / or experience to undertake the range of activities required; OR
• Associate diploma with relevant experience
• Appropriate on-the-job training and relevant experience



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To apply for this role, email your letter of application, Key Selection Criteria & resume to *****@starct.org.au + click to reveal
Please note: The selection criteria must be addressed before applications can be accepted.

Applications close Monday 25th March 2019 at 5.00 p.m.
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AOD - Counselling/Team Leader Positions
- Full Time or Contract or FIFO
- Some Assistance Relocation
- Heavily Subsidized Accommodation
Go Remote - WA, NT, QLD - Our Employers Provide a Range of Services and Programs. Incl Counselling, Relationships, Financial, Mental Health, Domestic Violence, AOD, Youth, Children, Indigenous, Couples, Families, Aged Care, Educators and School Counsellors /Team Leaders.
A unique cultural opportunity to work and live with local Indigenous Communities.
AOD Counselling/Team Leader Roles
Sort your career and fast track it!!!! Large National Social Services Employers. Searching for that Australian cultural experience, Imagine the envy of your CBD living friends?? Your new lifestyle - without the traffic, pollution and the hustle and bustle of CBD living.
Your skill Set May Include:
Relevant tertiary qualifications
Relevant working history
Psychology / Social Work, Counselling or Case Management
Program Delivery, Supervision
Client contact may include, families, couples, children, youth, individuals, AOD
Packages Can Include:
Attractive Base Salaries
Salary Sacrificing
Fantastic Training & Development Opportunities
Additional Financial Benefits and Incentives
Some Assistance with relocation
Heavily Subsidized Accommodation
What are your travel/career plans for 2019? - Considering solidifying your career? One of the positions we have available may be just the answer your looking for!!! Discover Australia with its breath taking scenery. Have your weekends off, amazing water holes, fishing, camping 4 wheel driving. There is so much to see and do, you won't know where to start. We offer all of it, the outback cultural experience including the cosmopolitan city life of big Regional City Centers so much to gain, see and do!!!!
To apply send your resume in MS Word alternatively *****@dupeople.com.au + click to reveal
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To apply for this role, email your letter of application, Key Selection Criteria (no more than 300 words), resume and cover letter to *****@starct.org.au + click to reveal

Please note: The selection criteria must be addressed before applications can be accepted.

Applications close Monday 25th March 2019 at 5.00 p.m.

NDIS Support Coordinator

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) supports people with a permanent and significant disability that affects their ability to take part in everyday activities and gives people more choice and control over how, when and where those supports are provided.

The NDIS Support Coordinator will be responsible for establishing a positive collaborative relationship with the person and their support network and assist the person to identify, link with and coordinate support to link with local communities, build skills, overcome barriers and achieve goals.

You will have the responsibility to ensure the implementation of person's plans and the achievement of their goals. The NDIS Support Coordinator will need to have a strong understanding of the NDIS and the role of an NDIS Support Coordinator, and will be required to support people who have coordination of support in their plans to access supports more effectively.


The Person – Qualifications & Experience
• Diploma in a related discipline plus 3 years’ experience in a similar role or;
• Bachelor Degree in a related discipline and;
• Blue Card, Yellow Card and Police Check Mandatory.


The Person – Personal Attributes and Qualities:
• Have excellent interpersonal skills, be non-judgmental, be fair, patient, have a willingness to listen, and display empathy.
• Work independently, and as part of a team.
• Be people focused and work in partnership.
• Value diversity and be respectful at all times.
• Be committed to professional and ethical conduct.
• A commitment to work within the NDIS policy and funding framework.
• Demonstrated commitment to promoting a cooperative and cohesive team.
• Demonstrated skill in researching information and developing effective and innovative support options.
• Demonstrated capacity to work efficiently and to complete administrative tasks.
• Demonstrated commitment to liaising effectively and working in partnership with all stakeholders.
• Highly developed written and verbal communication and negotiation skills.
• High standards of ethical and professional behaviour.

Key Selection Criteria:
• Successful experience in coordinating responsive, individualised support to participants with complex needs and their families.
• Demonstrated skill in establishing empowering and supportive partnerships with participants and their families with complex needs.
• A commitment to person centred and family centred practice and maximising the opportunities and support of participants with disabilities and their families within their local communities.
• A sound understanding of relevant legislation, NDIS procedural guidelines and the full range of community services that may be required by participants.
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The Provider
In five years, our client proudly stands with a recognition award as Melbourne's #1 Allied Health organisations to work with. An award that is held in very high regard as they continue to develop their footprint across Victoria, grow their valued teams to be recognised as a leader in disability allied health services.
With a one size that doesn’t fit all approach to care, our client offers a bespoke approach and a truly unique point of difference in the OT sector across a multitude of care package and services.
The Role
This is a very rare opportunity to advance your professional development early on as an Occupational Therapist by stepping up into a newly created, unique and exciting career with future management opportunities based on succession
Work with, not for this service in a people centric organisation where your ideas are listed to and taken on board for future growth and development of service.
Work autonomously
Enjoy an autonomous, job satisfying position, in a fun, forward thinking, collaborative work culture whereby you are valued and become intrinsic to the organisation to foster your own professional career growth.
Work with caseloads that you are passionate about and undertake functional assessments and determine the appropriate supports, including pathways and linkages, through an individually funded NDIS plan and bespoke mods and equipment fit outs.
The Candidate
To be successful in this role you will demonstrate skills and / or experience to support your work as an Occupational Therapist as part of a multidisciplinary team. You will be a motivated, passionate professional, supporting service users and their families in the South East suburbs of Melbourne.
To be considered, you must have / be:
Bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy. • Current registration as an Occupational Therapist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). • At least 2 years’ experience as occupational therapist
The Culture
Voted as Melbourne's #1 places to work, our client encourages passionate people to join their growing, dedicated services. This highly compassionate care provider is known for its core values and high standards, whilst maintaining a fun and energetic approach to daily operations.
The Benefits
Bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy. • Current registration as an Occupational Therapist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). • At least 2 years’ experience as occupational therapist
How To apply
Apply now and enjoy the benefits of working in the growing Allied Health sector, enjoy job satisfaction, ongoing training and development, diverse career opportunities and the opportunity to make a difference with an organisation that values your professional and personal contribution.
Interviews are taking place immediately, please call for a confidential discussion by contacting Dan on *****50 + click to reveal (option 1) or email your current resume to *****@hobsonhr.com.au + click to reveal or apply online.
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Disability Care - Team Leader for Group Home (Aboriginal workers encouraged to apply) - NOWRA, NSW
Join a quality NDIS Supported Independent Living provider delivering safe comfortable accommodation for adults with a disability in Nowra.
Opening a new home for a young adult that requires 24/7 support.
Requiring a Team Leader to manage the day to day operations of this home, ensure that daily tasks and programs are completed, mentor and coach the team, and support the young adult in her home.
Aboriginal employees are encouraged to apply.
Training and support provided.
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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Disability Care In-Home Support Workers, GORDON (Northern Suburbs area), NSW
** Your application can only be successful if you HAVE A RELIABLE MOTOR VEHICLE **
Join an energetic, service orientated, home & community health care company.
Seeking for caring people to join an in home care team in the Northern Suburbs area.
You must be caring, considerate, honest, compassionate, reliable & have good communication skills.
Work currently available includes respite, personal care, social support, shopping, meal preparation, domestic assistance & transport.
Your application can only be successful if you HAVE A RELIABLE MOTOR VEHICLE to travel between clients' homes and live in or around the following suburbs:
Hornsby • Turramurra • Lindfield • Chatswood • North Sydney • Mosman • Neutral Bay • Wahroonga • Thornleigh
Providing work in your local area.
CRITERIA:
You must have a current driver's licence You must have a reliable vehicle with comprehensive insurance to travel between clients’ homes Have a Certificate III in Individual Support (or similar/willing to obtain) Clearly indicate the SUBURB you live in & your AVAILABILITY in your cover letter.
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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Aged Care In-Home Support Workers, COLLAROY (Northern Beaches area), NSW
** Your application can only be successful if you HAVE A RELIABLE MOTOR VEHICLE **
Join an energetic, service orientated, home & community health care company.
We are seeking caring people to join our in home care team in the Northern Beaches area.
You must be caring, considerate, honest, compassionate, reliable & have good communication skills.
Work currently available includes respite, personal care, social support, shopping, meal preparation, domestic assistance & transport.
Your application can only be successful if you HAVE A RELIABLE MOTOR VEHICLE to travel between clients' homes and live in or around the following suburbs:
Palm Beach • Mona Vale • Belrose • Frenchs Forest • Manly • Dee Why • Narrabeen
Providing work in your local area.
CRITERIA:
You must have a current driver's licence You must have a reliable vehicle with comprehensive insurance to travel between clients’ homes Have a Certificate III in Individual Support (or similar/willing to obtain) Clearly indicate the SUBURB you live in & your AVAILABILITY in your cover letter.
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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Disability In-Home Care Workers, DACEYVILLE (Sydney Eastern Suburbs), NSW
Join an energetic, service orientated, home & community health care company.
Seeking caring people to join an in home care team in the Eastern Suburbs area.
You must be caring, considerate, honest, compassionate, reliable & have good communication skills.
Work currently available includes respite, personal care, social support, shopping, meal preparation, domestic assistance & transport.
Your application can only be successful if you HAVE A RELIABLE MOTOR VEHICLE to travel between clients' homes and live in or around the following suburbs:
Alexandria • Paddington • Kensington • Woollahra • Rose Bay • Bondi • Coogee • Maroubra • Rosebery
Providing work in your local area.
CRITERIA
You must have a current driver's licence You must have a reliable vehicle with comprehensive insurance to travel between clients’ homes Have a Certificate III in Individual Support (or similar/willing to obtain) Clearly indicate the SUBURB you live in & your AVAILABILITY in your cover letter.
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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Disability Care - In Home Support Workers - KOGARAH (Southern Sydney), NSW
* Reliable transport is essential for this role *
Join an energetic, service orientated, home & community health care company.
Seeking for caring people to join an in home care team in the Kogarah area.
You must be caring, considerate, honest, compassionate, reliable & have good communication skills.
Work currently available includes respite, personal care, social support, shopping, meal preparation, domestic assistance & transport.
Your application can only be successful if you HAVE A RELIABLE MOTOR VEHICLE to travel between clients' homes and live in or around the following suburbs:
Rockdale • Kogarah • Sans Souci • Hurstville • Peakhurst
Providing work in your local area.
CRITERIA:
Rockdale • Kogarah • Sans Souci • Hurstville • Peakhurst
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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Disability Care In-Home Support Workers, COLLAROY (Northern Beaches area), NSW
** Your application can only be successful if you HAVE A RELIABLE MOTOR VEHICLE **
Join an energetic, service orientated, home & community health care company.
We are seeking caring people to join our in home care team in the Northern Beaches area.
You must be caring, considerate, honest, compassionate, reliable & have good communication skills.
Work currently available includes respite, personal care, social support, shopping, meal preparation, domestic assistance & transport.
Your application can only be successful if you HAVE A RELIABLE MOTOR VEHICLE to travel between clients' homes and live in or around the following suburbs:
Palm Beach • Mona Vale • Belrose • Frenchs Forest • Manly • Dee Why • Narrabeen
Providing work in your local area.
CRITERIA:
You must have a current driver's licence You must have a reliable vehicle with comprehensive insurance to travel between clients’ homes Have a Certificate III in Individual Support (or similar/willing to obtain) Clearly indicate the SUBURB you live in & your AVAILABILITY in your cover letter.
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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Aged Care In-Home Support Workers, GORDON (Northern Suburbs area), NSW
** Your application can only be successful if you HAVE A RELIABLE MOTOR VEHICLE **
Join an energetic, service orientated, home & community health care company.
Seeking for caring people to join an in home care team in the Northern Suburbs area.
You must be caring, considerate, honest, compassionate, reliable & have good communication skills.
Work currently available includes respite, personal care, social support, shopping, meal preparation, domestic assistance & transport.
Your application can only be successful if you HAVE A RELIABLE MOTOR VEHICLE to travel between clients' homes and live in or around the following suburbs:
Hornsby • Turramurra • Lindfield • Chatswood • North Sydney • Mosman • Neutral Bay • Wahroonga • Thornleigh
Providing work in your local area.
CRITERIA:
You must have a current driver's licence You must have a reliable vehicle with comprehensive insurance to travel between clients’ homes Have a Certificate III in Individual Support (or similar/willing to obtain) Clearly indicate the SUBURB you live in & your AVAILABILITY in your cover letter.
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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Aged Care In-Home Support Workers, DACEYVILLE (Sydney Eastern Suburbs), NSW
Join an energetic, service orientated, home & community health care company.
Seeking caring people to join an in home care team in the Eastern Suburbs area.
You must be caring, considerate, honest, compassionate, reliable & have good communication skills.
Work currently available includes respite, personal care, social support, shopping, meal preparation, domestic assistance & transport.
Your application can only be successful if you HAVE A RELIABLE MOTOR VEHICLE to travel between clients' homes and live in or around the following suburbs:
Alexandria • Paddington • Kensington • Woollahra • Rose Bay • Bondi • Coogee • Maroubra • Rosebery
Providing work in your local area.
CRITERIA:
Alexandria • Paddington • Kensington • Woollahra • Rose Bay • Bondi • Coogee • Maroubra • Rosebery
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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We have clients in the Windsor and Berkshire Park who are needing ongoing support immediately. If you are able to travel here. Apply immediately!
Who is Zest Care?
Zest Care is a Government-approved Disability Support Provider offering quality, personalized care plans designed around an individual's needs and goals.
Your New Role
Zest Care is currently looking for passionate and caring individuals who are interested in gaining casual employment to work hand in hand with our clients.
The role will involve you to safely support a range of people with physical or mental disability to reach their goals and to make a positive contribution to their quality of life.
You will have the ability to assist people with:
Personal care Community engagement Respite Domestic assistance Learning support Behaviour Management & Intervention This role is strongly suited to people who are genuine and motivated by the challenge of aiding individuals with a disability in working towards their goals. Your passion and experience will strive for you to make a positive change in their lives and the community.
Ideally you will have:
Experience supporting people with complex needs, related to mental and/or physical disabilities, social or health circumstances Current Paid WWCC (or willing to obtain) Current National Police Check (or willing to obtain) Current First Aid Certificate + CPR Current Australia's Driver License + Car Insurance Why work for us?
We are a growing and leading provider of disability and care services across NSW We take into consideration your commitments outside of work and provide flexible hours to suit your needs Yearly Award events with great prizes Person centeredness is at the core of all that we do!
So, if you put NDIS participants and their well-being first and you want to truly contribute positively to a person's life, Please Apply!
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Please Note: No Sponsorship is offered for this position
Disability Support Worker - EAST KURRAJONG (Hawkesbury Region), NSW
Vacancy for a dependable, experienced and reliable Assistant in Nursing in to provide in home care for our disability client in East Kurrajong.
You can expect to be paid an hourly rate between $24.82 and $44.92, depending on the shift.
This disability client requires care 3 hours in the morning on Monday, Wednesday & Friday.
The successful candidate may also be provided the opportunity to pick up other shifts.
As an AIN, you may provide a variety of services to our clients, including:
Personal care and grooming • Assistance around the home • Social support • In-home respite • Care for people with a disability
The successful applicant/s will have
Personal care and grooming • Assistance around the home • Social support • In-home respite • Care for people with a disability
Applicants will be required to provide originals or certified copies of all essential documentation.
To Apply
Please provide in your résumé the current phone numbers of at least two referees.
Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.
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Location: Glenmore Park
Availability Schedule: available to work weekdays after 4:30pm and on Saturday from 9:00am - 5:00pm

Who is Zest Care
Zest Care is a Government-approved Disability Support Provider offering quality, personalized care plans designed around an individual's needs and goals.

Your New Role
Zest Care is currently looking for passionate and caring individuals who are interested in gaining casual employment to work hand in hand with our clients.
You will have the ability to assist people with:
Personal care Community engagement Domestic assistance Learning support Behaviour Management & Intervention This role is strongly suited to people who are genuine and motivated by the challenge of aiding individuals with a disability in working towards their goals. Your passion and experience will strive for you to make a positive change in their lives and the community.
Our client currently resides in Glenmore Park who will be needing assistance with Personal Care and Community Access.
Mandatory Requirements:
Experience supporting people with complex needs, related to mental and/or physical disabilities, social or health circumstances Current Paid WWCC (or willing to obtain) Current National Police Check (or willing to obtain) Current First Aid Certificate + CPR Current Australia's Driver License + Car Insurance (Essential) Why work for us?
We are a growing and leading provider of disability and care services across NSW We take into consideration your commitments outside of work and provide flexible hours to suit your needs Yearly Award events with great prizes This is an immediate start, if you are interested please put your application forward without delay.

Person centeredness is at the core of all that we do!

So, if you put NDIS participants and their well-being first and you want to truly contribute positively to a person's life, Please Apply!
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Please Note: No Sponsorship is offered for this position
Disability & Age Care Support Worker - PENRITH, (WESTERN SUBURBS),
NSW
Seeking experienced 'In Home' Disability & Aged Care Support Workers in and around the WESTERN SUBURBS
Offering a salary relevant to your experience and the standard of care you are able to provide. Experience in palliative care, high needs care and dementia care will be acknowledged.
Delivering the highest possible quality care and are looking for people that want to be part of a company that has a growing reputation for service excellence. We provide care to seniors and people with disabilities of all ages.
Looking for Disability & Aged Care Support Workers who want to be part of an impressive organisation that lifts the standard of care provided in the community.
Benefits of working with Home Caring Australia:
Flexible work schedule (casual and permanent part-time positions available) • Multiple work locations for you to choose your preferred location of work throughout Sydney • Strong career opportunities for talented carers • Excellent remuneration for carers with experience or talent / skill for care giving
Your Role:
Flexible work schedule (casual and permanent part-time positions available) • Multiple work locations for you to choose your preferred location of work throughout Sydney • Strong career opportunities for talented carers • Excellent remuneration for carers with experience or talent / skill for care giving
Requirements:
Flexible work schedule (casual and permanent part-time positions available) • Multiple work locations for you to choose your preferred location of work throughout Sydney • Strong career opportunities for talented carers • Excellent remuneration for carers with experience or talent / skill for care giving
When applying please advise us of the following:
Flexible work schedule (casual and permanent part-time positions available) • Multiple work locations for you to choose your preferred location of work throughout Sydney • Strong career opportunities for talented carers • Excellent remuneration for carers with experience or talent / skill for care giving
Please click Apply and enter your details, then check your emails for instructions from us on how to complete your application for this position, or any of our other positions, on the Qualified Carers Job Site.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply.