JOBS

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POSITION: BEHAVIOUR & DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT TEACHER

Reporting to: Directors

Location: 517 Charles Street, North Perth & client-based locations throughout the Perth region

Hours: full-time (38 hours per week)

Salary: ($53,000-$60,000 annual plus super)

Business overview/scope of position

The Early Intervention Model at the Charles St Clinic (the Clinic)  is based on Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) because it has the most overwhelming amount of evidence to support its efficacy. The National Standards Project (2015) found behavioural education had by far the most evidence of all proven interventions for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

ABA based programs are implemented at the Clinic through methods such as:

Incidental Teaching;
Natural Environment Teaching (NET);
Pivotal Response Teaching;
Verbal Behavioural Analysis; and
Lovaas influenced Discrete Trial Teaching;
We also offer parent training in the form of NET, which empowers families to take away skills learnt in therapy and apply them in natural settings.

Your role

Your key responsibility is to teach academic and life skills (social, emotional and intellectual) to children with learning difficulties through use of the Clinic’s treatment programs and recognized methods to promote behavioural development. You will represent the clinic within home and education-based settings.

Key tasks

Goal Setting

Assessing each child’s individual abilities and identifying any limitations;
Selecting and assessing the appropriateness of goals and strategies being applied for the child; through
Utilising methods such as family centred, curriculum based, normative assessment, theories of development or functional / cusp analysis;
Delivery

Organising and implementing treatment programs such as ABA and Relational Frame Theory (RFT) within a developmental framework and family systems approach;
Using teaching and behavioural analysis techniques (outlined above) to assist children in their learning and development;
Conducting NET with parents to enable families to take away skills learnt in therapy and apply them in natural settings
Data collection

Completing data collection processes such as recording target skill acquisition and targeted behaviour reduction;
Interpret results to evaluate the effectiveness of therapy and guide appropriate goal setting
Intended position outcome

Empower children to become independent learners who can navigate their worlds in a meaningful and secure way.
Qualification and experience requirements

This position requires the minimum of a bachelor’s degree level qualification in Psychology or a related field; and
experience working with individuals with autism spectrum disorders or developmental disabilities is critical to this role
Other requirements

Must have a positive and contemporary attitude towards individuals with disability;
must currently hold a Western Australian Driver’s license; 
a current Working with Children Check and Federal Police Clearance is necessary
Required skills

Experience working within an interdisciplinary team
Understanding of person/family centred planning principles
Well-developed oral, written and interpersonal skills
Knowledge of Disability Services Standards 
Knowledge of Occupational Safety and Health legislation
For Further Job-Related Information: Please contact Rachel Gallagher *****@charlesst.com.au + click to reveal

Application Instructions: Applicants are requested to email their CV to *****@charlesst.com.au   + click to reveal

Referees: It is preferable for your referee to be a current supervisor or manager.
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Counselling/Team Leader Positions
- Full Time or Contract or FIFO
- Victims of Crime, Parenting, Early Childhood
- DV, Family Violence & Generalist Counsellors
Go Remote - WA, NT, QLD - Victims of Crime, Parenting, Early Childhood, DV, Family Violence & Generalist Counsellors as well as Financial, Mental Health, AOD, Youth, Schools, Employment and Indigenous Counselors, Team leaders and Support Workers.
A unique cultural opportunity to work and live with local Indigenous Communities.
Counselling/Team Leader Positions
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
Program Delivery, Supervision
Client contact may include, families, couples, children, youth, individuals
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 2018? - 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!!!!
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Crime Victims Counselling Coordinator
- Indigenous Case Load
- Additional Financial Incentives, Some Relocation Assistance
- Monday - Fridays 38 hrs per week
- Some Travel
Opportunity to Work & Live in the Northern Territory,Top End. National Employer. Providing a Range of Services.
About The Employer: Based at our central Darwin Head Office. Not for profit, this key roles offers a real opportunity to work with Indigenous. This large reputable national employer provides a range of social services, including counselling, AOD, mental health, parenting, youth, family and domestic violence reduction support. Additionally projects and programs, tailored for couples, individuals, families, children and women.
Position Specifics/Program Objective: The Crime Victims Counselling and Support Service works with crime victims to help reduce the ongoing negative impacts of trauma. Tailored to meet the needs of the client, the program provides brief, one-off interventions, through to clinical counselling of up to several sessions. The service tailors interventions to link into expert assistance, for example, victims of domestic violence are linked into specialist domestic violence programs, child victims are linked into children’s counselling programs, and victims who have compensation claims are linked into financial counselling services to help support financial decision making.
The Crime Victims Counselling Coordinator is responsible for providing and coordinating counselling and group work for clients who are crime victims across the Northern Territory. This includes providing face-to-face counselling with clients, telephone and/or Skype counselling, visiting remote locations to see clients, assessing referrals and linking clients in with counsellors who service their region.

Essentially Offering:
Relevant Tertiary Qualification/s • Drivers Licence • To be sensitive of indigenous people and their cultures • Relevant Experience and Stable Employment History
In return you will receive:
Relevant Tertiary Qualification/s • Drivers Licence • To be sensitive of indigenous people and their cultures • Relevant Experience and Stable Employment History
• How are your career/travel plans going for 2018? Cosmopolitan Darwin, Top End NT. Your days off can be visiting Kakadu, Arhnem Land, or be tempted with our all night shopping at our famous night markets on the esplanade while watching the sun set on the water. Exciting career and culture opportunity.
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Counsellor/ Parent Educator
- Alice Springs Based, 2 yr contract, option poss extension
- Indigenous Case Load
- Additional Incentives, Some Relocation Assistance
Opportunity to Work & Live Central Australia Northern Territory. National Human Services Employer. Providing a Range of Indigenous Counselling Services and Programs.
About The Employer: Based at our central Alice Springs. Not for profit, excitably this key role offers a real opportunity to work with Indigenous. This large reputable national employer provides a range of social services, including counselling, AOD, mental health, parenting, youth, family and domestic violence reduction support. Additionally projects and programs, tailored for couples, individuals, families, children and women.
Position Specifics/Program Objective; The Children and Parenting Program provides early intervention and prevention to at risk populations
using a whole of family approach to resource, educate as well as skill parents to improve developmental and wellbeing outcomes for children. Outcomes include: increased safety and wellbeing of children & young people and increased parent child secure attachment. The Counsellor and Parent Educator is responsible for providing counselling and parent education to support
the program to meet its objectives. This position has a real focus on working with families affected by AOD misuse but can also provide general counselling and parent education to families and individuals.
Essentially Offering:
Relevant Tertiary/Counselling Qualification/s • Drivers Licence essential • To be sensitive of Indigenous People and their Cultures • Experience at a similar level
In return you will receive:
Relevant Tertiary/Counselling Qualification/s • Drivers Licence essential • To be sensitive of Indigenous People and their Cultures • Experience at a similar level
• What are your career/travel aspirations for 2018? Central Australia, Alice Springs. Your days off can be visiting The Olgas, Ayers Rock, Kings Canyon and the famous Macdonnell Ranges with sensational water holes. Our restaurants are upmarket, our casino is laid back and our locals are very friendly. What are you waiting for? something very different, escape the traffic and the hectic life of working and living in a fast paced city. Exciting career and culture opportunity.
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NOMore - Senior Worker
- Indigenous Male Identified Role
- Additional Financial Incentives
- Contract until June 30, 2019, possible extension
- Darwin CBD Based
About The Employer: Based at our central Darwin Head Office. Not for profit. This large reputable national employer provides a range of social services, including counselling, AOD, mental health, parenting, youth, family and domestic violence reduction support. Additionally projects and programs, tailored for couples, individuals, families, children and women.
Position Specifics/Program Objective : Assisting the team leader in the delivery of its NO MORE Program, that supports the NO MORE to Family Violence Campaign. Working with men, service providers and the wider community to develop local responses to reduce the incidence of domestic, family and sexual violence by changing men’s behaviour incl attitudes towards women and violence. Specifically The NO MORE Program aims to change the behaviour of men who use violence through supportive culture in sporting clubs, workplaces, organisations and communities, as well as build community capacity, establish men’s groups, provide domestic, family and sexual
violence education, and offer referrals to men’s behaviour change programs, counselling andtherapeutic behaviour change groups.
Essentially Offering:
Relevant Stable Employment History • Drivers Licence essential • To be Sensitive of Indigenous People and their Culture
In return you will receive:
Relevant Stable Employment History • Drivers Licence essential • To be Sensitive of Indigenous People and their Culture
• How are your career plans going for 2018? Exciting career fastracking and culture opportunity. This really is a place of employment where you will feel valued and respected for your efforts. Morale in this work place is high, positive with lots of laughs. COULD THIS BE YOUR NEW ROLE? !!
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Team Leader/Counselling Positions
- Full Time or Contract or FIFO
- Victims of Crime, Parenting, Early Childhood
- DV, Family Violence & Generalist Counsellors
Go Remote - WA, NT, QLD - Victims of Crime, Parenting, Early Childhood, DV, Family Violence & Generalist Counsellors as well as Financial, Mental Health, AOD, Youth, Schools, Employment and Indigenous Counselors, Team leaders and Support Workers.
A unique cultural opportunity to work and live with local Indigenous Communities.
Team Leader/Counselling Positions
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
Program Delivery, Supervision
Client contact may include, families, couples, children, youth, individuals
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 2018? - 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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Please Note: No Sponsorship is offered for this position
Disability Care - Home Care Worker, Casual - STAFFORD (Brisbane), QLD
Community Aged & Disability teams provide support and services that enable clients to maintain their independence - living happily and healthily within their own homes. Recognising that one size does not fit all, and working together is the key to great outcomes
Currently looking for both casual and part time Home Care Workers to join the team for morning, afternoon and evening shifts, covering both planned and unscheduled leave across weekdays and weekends.
You will need to be adaptable and available at short notice for clients throughout the greater Brisbane North region. These roles will provide personal care and support in a range of activities of daily living intended to meet the client’s defined goals. These can include hygiene, dressing and grooming, community access, social support, shopping, meal preparation, respite support and domestic assistance.
About You
To join the team, you will be dedicated, reliable and flexible, and offer the following traits:
Strong communication skills - both written and verbal - but be especially good at listening and hearing what others have to say • Well organised, punctual, reliable and trustworthy • Passionate about working with people with particular needs and supporting them to be the best they can be • Offer creativity, flexibility, patience and enthusiasm, and enjoy being part of a team • Enjoy everyday living tasks, including cleaning, cooking, showering, shopping, and assisting people to learn these skills • Take pride in your work, and adapt your approach to meet the individual client’s needs • Show sensitivity to emotional, social and spiritual needs • Available to work shifts between 6.00am to 8.00pm, Monday to Sunday • Comfortable maintaining, and working within, professional boundaries and guidelines
Qualifications include:
Strong communication skills - both written and verbal - but be especially good at listening and hearing what others have to say • Well organised, punctual, reliable and trustworthy • Passionate about working with people with particular needs and supporting them to be the best they can be • Offer creativity, flexibility, patience and enthusiasm, and enjoy being part of a team • Enjoy everyday living tasks, including cleaning, cooking, showering, shopping, and assisting people to learn these skills • Take pride in your work, and adapt your approach to meet the individual client’s needs • Show sensitivity to emotional, social and spiritual needs • Available to work shifts between 6.00am to 8.00pm, Monday to Sunday • Comfortable maintaining, and working within, professional boundaries and guidelines
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:
Strong communication skills - both written and verbal - but be especially good at listening and hearing what others have to say • Well organised, punctual, reliable and trustworthy • Passionate about working with people with particular needs and supporting them to be the best they can be • Offer creativity, flexibility, patience and enthusiasm, and enjoy being part of a team • Enjoy everyday living tasks, including cleaning, cooking, showering, shopping, and assisting people to learn these skills • Take pride in your work, and adapt your approach to meet the individual client’s needs • Show sensitivity to emotional, social and spiritual needs • Available to work shifts between 6.00am to 8.00pm, Monday to Sunday • Comfortable maintaining, and working within, professional boundaries and guidelines
Show Your Interest
Apply now and be rewarded with a position that directly and positively influences the quality of life for the 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 S3527
Applications close Friday 27th July 2018
Shortlisted applicants will be asked to complete a Pre-Employment Assessment that requires disclosure of pre-existing injuries, illnesses or conditions that could reasonably be aggravated by performing the duties of this position.
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 - Group Home Staff , Casual - Fairfield, LIVERPOOL, NSW (West of Sydney CBD)
Join a quality service provider that offers supported accommodation for adults living with disability.
Seeking support staff to work in houses across the Liverpool Fairfield areas.
Shifts include daytime weekdays, evenings, weekends and overnight.
Duties include supporting people to live in their shared accommodation homes. This may involve supporting people for meal preparation, personal care support, transportation to daily activities, overnight care and support, and to support people to be engaged and active in their homes and lifestyles.
Experience working in a community or residential setting is preferred , with base level qualifications such as:
First Aid • Certificate 3 or 4 in disability work • NSW drivers licence • WWCC • National Police check clearance

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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Chinese Speaking Disability Support Workers, SYDNEY, NSW
A private organisation and a leading national team providing in home aged and disability care and nursing to seniors and people with disabilities of all ages, with the highest standards of care. Currently seeking an outstanding and passionate Chinese speaking Care Workers who would like to be part of an impressive organisation that lifts the standard of care provided in the community.
Offering suitable applicants excellent remuneration, training and a career growth opportunity. We can offer long shifts and flexible hours.
Will remunerate you accordingly to your experience and the level of care you are able to provide.
Your Role:
Providing in home aged care or high needs disability care to the community. Experience in dementia care and palliative care is an advantage and a key focus for the company, as we are part of a leading program of care in this field.
Services include domestic assistance, personal care, social support, respite, specialty dementia care services, high quality palliative care.
Essential requirements:
Current First Aid Certificate • Current Police Check • Current Working with Children's Check for paid employment • Current Drivers Licence and own car • Mobile phone • Ability to speak and understand Chinese.
When applying please advise of the following:
Current First Aid Certificate • Current Police Check • Current Working with Children's Check for paid employment • Current Drivers Licence and own car • Mobile phone • Ability to speak and understand Chinese.
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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NO MORE Program Worker
- Indigenous Case Load
- Subsidized Accommodation Available
- Additional Incentives, Some Relocation Assistance
- Monday - Fridays 38 hrs per week
- contract until June 2018 - possible ongoing employment
Remote Cultural Outback Northern Territory Experience. National Employer, Career Fast Tracking Opportunities.
Work and live within a Indigenous community of Tennant Creek, Northern Territory a unique culture opportunity not to be missed.
About the Employer: This large reputable national employer provides a range of social services, including counselling, AOD, mental health, parenting, youth, family and domestic violence reduction support. Additionally projects and programs, tailored for couples, individuals, families, children and women.
Objectively: The NO MORE Program supports the NO MORE to Family Violence Campaign, which is endorsed by high level Indigenous influencers. The NO MORE Program is a Northern Territory-wide Aboriginal initiative that works with men, service providers and the wider community to develop local responses to reduce the incidence of domestic, family and sexual violence by changing men’s behaviour and attitudes towards women and violence. The NO MORE Program aims to change the behaviour of men who use violence through supportive culture in sporting clubs, workplaces, organisations and communities, as well as build community capacity, establish men’s groups, provide domestic, family and sexual violence education, and offer referrals to men’s behaviour change programs, counselling, and therapeutic behaviour change groups. The NO MORE Program encompasses a dynamic process of change through developing community leadership, responsibility and action, and adapting to the needs of the community. Two hubs have been developed in Darwin and Alice Springs with two more being established in Katherine and Tennant Creek. These hubs work closely with the community including other NGOs, police, sporting clubs, schools and Territory Families.
The NO MORE Program Worker is responsible for providing activities that support the NO MORE Campaign in order for the NO MORE program to meet its objectives. An important part of this role is to link in with other service providers in the community to implement prevention and reduction strategies.
Essentially Offering:
Drivers Licence essential • To be sensitive of indigenous people and their cultures • Ability to travel to remote communities • Demonstrated experience in working in the area of domestic, family and sexual violence
In return you will receive:
Drivers Licence essential • To be sensitive of indigenous people and their cultures • Ability to travel to remote communities • Demonstrated experience in working in the area of domestic, family and sexual violence
• How is your career/travel plans going for 2018? - Population of just over 3000, the 5th largest town of the Northern Territory. Tennant Creek - The Barkly - heart of gold. Your days off can be spent exploring water falls and sacred sites or 4 wheel driving. Alternatively immersing yourself in the rich Indigenous culture and history. A world if it own, come and do something really different for a awhile.
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Do you have the drive to improve the quality of life for people with a disability and are genuine about making a difference to indiiduals, families and the wider community?
Multiple positions available Immediate start Flexible Hours to suit you
About Zest Care
A leading dynamic and innovative government approved provider of early education, disability and care services.
For over 17 years we have successfully provided quality children's services into the homes of families throughout Sydney. Our services have a real impact upon the wellbeing of children, their families and the community as a whole.
As we continuously strive to develop as an organisation, we have been successfully broadening our service delivery into the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) with a 900% growth in the past year, providing personalised care solutions for a range of children, young adults and adults living with disability and additional needs.

Your role
Due to huge recent and continues growth our client is seeking experienced and passionate individuals that have a positive attitude to support individuals in leading a more independent and fulfilled life.
You will have the ability to assist people with:
Personal care Community engagement Respite Domestic assistance Learning support Behaviour Management & Intervention Ideally you will have:
Experience assisting individuals with disability Proven ability to work positively with people with a disability to achieve their goals Experience with behaviour management and intervention Ability to follow and implement individual program plans Demonstrated ability to implement a person-centred approach Excellent documentation skills particularly case reports, progress summaries and incident reporting Ability to work flexible hours including morning, evenings, weekends and public holidays Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Reliable, proactive and confident in working with people with disabilities Current or willing to obtain:
Current CPR & First Aid, Working With Children Check (Paid) Police Check issued within the last 6 months Comprehensively insured car & valid NSW driver's license Locations (including but not limited to):
Wollongong Ulladulla Kiama Shellharbour Dapto Nowra Culburra Beach What we offer
Great rates of pay (Above SCHADS Award) Ranging from $27.55 to $60.61 PH Penalty Rates If you have any questions regarding the role please contact *****@zestcare.net.au + click to reveal
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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Zest Care are 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 contributions to their quality of life. You could be supporting someone with daily tasks in their home or accompanying them on meaningful community outings.
This role is strongly suited to people who are genuine and motivated by the challenge of aiding individuals with 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 Current Australia's Driver License + Fully Comprehensive Car Insurance
Why work for us?
We are a growing and leading provider of disability and care services across NSW We have multiple positions across Sydney's CBD, Western Sydney, Eastern Sydney, South West, North Sydney and Illawarra regions. We take into consideration your commitments outside of work and provide flexible hours to suit your needs We can offer great rates of pay above SCHADS award If you have any questions regarding the role please contact *****@zestcare.net.au + click to reveal or call on *****00 + click to reveal
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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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Basic Job Role: To provide therapy assistant services to clients with autism spectrum disorder and/or developmental disability for allocated clients under the supervision of a Clinical Psychologist. In addition, the role requires therapy assistants to work collaboratively with clients’ families/carers, and other allied health therapists to enhance a client’s participation and independence in their home setting and wider community.

Successful candidates will initially complete training with The Charles Street Clinic before starting with their client load.

Essential skills:
• Candidates must have experience working with individuals with autism spectrum disorders or developmental disability.
• Candidates must have a positive and contemporary attitude towards individuals with disability
• Candidates must hold certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
• Candidates must currently hold a Western Australian Driver’s license.
• This position is open to people with Australian citizenship or the appropriate work visa.
• A current Working with Children Check and a Federal Police Clearance is necessary.

Desirable skills:
• Experience working within an interdisciplinary team
• Understanding of person/family centred planning principles
• Well-developed oral, written and interpersonal skills
• Knowledge of Disability Services Standards
• Knowledge of Occupational Safety and Health legislation

For Further Job-Related Information: Please contact Rachel Gallagher *****@charlesst.com.au + click to reveal

Application Instructions: Applicants are requested to email their CV to *****@charlesst.com.au + click to reveal

Referees: It is preferable for your referee to be a current supervisor or manager.
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Disability Home Care Support Worker - SOUTHPORT (Gold Coast Region), QLD
Teams of Community Aged & Disability providing support and services that enable the clients to maintain their independence - living happily and healthily within their own homes. Recognising that one size does not fit all, and working together is the key to great outcomes.
Their South Coast service is currently looking for both casual Home Care Workers to join them for morning, afternoon and evening shifts, covering both planned and unscheduled leave across weekdays and weekends.
You will need to be adaptable and available at short notice for clients throughout the Gold Coast region. These roles will provide personal care and support in a range of activities of daily living intended to meet the client’s defined goals. These can include hygiene, dressing and grooming, community access, social support, shopping, meal preparation, respite support and domestic assistance.
About You
To join the team, you will be dedicated, reliable and flexible, and offer the following traits:
Strong written and verbal communication skills - but especially good at listening and hearing what others say • Well organised, punctual, reliable and trustworthy • Passionate about working with people with particular needs and supporting them to be the best they can be • Offer creativity, flexibility, patience and enthusiasm, and enjoy being part of a team • Enjoy everyday living tasks, including cleaning, cooking, showering, shopping, and assisting people to develop these skills • Take pride in your work, and adapt your approach to meet the individual client’s needs • Show sensitivity to emotional, social and spiritual needs • Available to work shifts between 6.00am to 8.00pm, Monday to Sunday • Comfortable maintaining, and working within, professional boundaries and guidelines
Qualifications will include:
Strong written and verbal communication skills - but especially good at listening and hearing what others say • Well organised, punctual, reliable and trustworthy • Passionate about working with people with particular needs and supporting them to be the best they can be • Offer creativity, flexibility, patience and enthusiasm, and enjoy being part of a team • Enjoy everyday living tasks, including cleaning, cooking, showering, shopping, and assisting people to develop these skills • Take pride in your work, and adapt your approach to meet the individual client’s needs • Show sensitivity to emotional, social and spiritual needs • Available to work shifts between 6.00am to 8.00pm, Monday to Sunday • Comfortable maintaining, and working within, professional boundaries and guidelines
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:
Strong written and verbal communication skills - but especially good at listening and hearing what others say • Well organised, punctual, reliable and trustworthy • Passionate about working with people with particular needs and supporting them to be the best they can be • Offer creativity, flexibility, patience and enthusiasm, and enjoy being part of a team • Enjoy everyday living tasks, including cleaning, cooking, showering, shopping, and assisting people to develop these skills • Take pride in your work, and adapt your approach to meet the individual client’s needs • Show sensitivity to emotional, social and spiritual needs • Available to work shifts between 6.00am to 8.00pm, Monday to Sunday • Comfortable maintaining, and working within, professional boundaries and guidelines
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 S3522
Applications close Sunday 22nd July 2018
Shortlisted applicants will be asked to complete a Pre-Employment Assessment that requires disclosure of pre-existing injuries, illnesses or conditions that could reasonably be aggravated by performing the duties of this position.
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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Please Note: No Sponsorship is offered for this position
Disability Home Care Worker, Part Time - NAMBOUR (Sunshine Coast Region), QLD
A group of Community Aged & Disability teams providing support and services that enable the clients to maintain their independence - living happily and healthily within their own homes. Recognizing that one size does not fit all, and working together is the key to great outcomes.
Due to increased client demand, a North Coast service is looking for several part time Home Care Workers to join for morning, afternoon and evening shifts across weekdays and weekends.
Working throughout the Sunshine Coast region, these roles will provide personal care and support in a range of activities of daily living intended to meet the client’s defined goals. These can include hygiene, dressing and grooming, community access, social support, shopping, meal preparation, respite support and domestic assistance.
About You
To join the team, you will be dedicated, reliable and flexible, and offer the following traits:
Strong written and verbal communication skills - but especially good at listening and hearing what others say • Well organised, punctual, reliable and trustworthy • Passionate about working with people with particular needs and supporting them to be the best they can be • Offer creativity, flexibility, patience and enthusiasm, and enjoy being part of a team • Enjoy everyday living tasks, including cleaning, cooking, showering, shopping, and assisting people to develop these skills • Take pride in your work, and adapt your approach to meet the individual client’s needs • Show sensitivity to emotional, social and spiritual needs • Available to work shifts between 6.00am to 8.00pm, Monday to Sunday • Comfortable maintaining, and working within, professional boundaries and guidelines
Qualifications will include:
Strong written and verbal communication skills - but especially good at listening and hearing what others say • Well organised, punctual, reliable and trustworthy • Passionate about working with people with particular needs and supporting them to be the best they can be • Offer creativity, flexibility, patience and enthusiasm, and enjoy being part of a team • Enjoy everyday living tasks, including cleaning, cooking, showering, shopping, and assisting people to develop these skills • Take pride in your work, and adapt your approach to meet the individual client’s needs • Show sensitivity to emotional, social and spiritual needs • Available to work shifts between 6.00am to 8.00pm, Monday to Sunday • Comfortable maintaining, and working within, professional boundaries and guidelines
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 recognized as a leading employer in the non-profit sector. You will also enjoy:
Strong written and verbal communication skills - but especially good at listening and hearing what others say • Well organised, punctual, reliable and trustworthy • Passionate about working with people with particular needs and supporting them to be the best they can be • Offer creativity, flexibility, patience and enthusiasm, and enjoy being part of a team • Enjoy everyday living tasks, including cleaning, cooking, showering, shopping, and assisting people to develop these skills • Take pride in your work, and adapt your approach to meet the individual client’s needs • Show sensitivity to emotional, social and spiritual needs • Available to work shifts between 6.00am to 8.00pm, Monday to Sunday • Comfortable maintaining, and working within, professional boundaries and guidelines
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 S3521
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Female Disability Personal Live-in Only Carer - MOUNT OMMANEY (Brisbane), QLD
A family is looking for a caring, passionate, dedicated person with a bubbly personality to live in and become a friend, mentor to their daughter who is 33 years of age and has a mentality of a typical 5 to 6 year old. Their daughter has Epilepsy and intellectual disability. She is verbal and can hold a conversation, loves girly things, movies, shopping, going for walks, swimming, playing and caring for her dogs and cats and most having a friend.
Their Daughter Daughter has a great personality and needs assistance with daily life skills, showering, personal care, taking her to appointments and in general participating in meaning full activities, accomplishing tasks.
Their home is situated in the Western Suburbs of Brisbane and a ten minute walk to a major shopping centre and a 1/2 hour drive to the CBD Centre and the best of all this position comes with your own space - a Brand New - fully furnished apartment with modern amenities, Wi Fi - Internet and a Pay TV. In this position you will become a valuable member of the family and depending on the experience have a generous income as well as days off to explore and do what your heart desires.
The successful applicant must be able to work autonomously and be creative in planning activities/ programs.
Looking for a Female - Personal LIVE IN ONLY CARER. ( A minimum of 6 months or on going )
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Registered Nurses (RN) - In-Home Disability Care - GLENHAVEN, NSW
Registered Nurses (RN) are required for a Quadriplegic high intensity care disabled person. Most of shifts will be minimum 8 hours. The client requires 24 hour care with two support workers in each shift.
If you are an RN with experience and qualification in nursing, apply now!
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Assistants in Nursing (AIN) - In-Home Disability Care - GLENHAVEN, NSW
Assistants in Nursing (AIN) are required for a Quadriplegic high intensity care disabled person. Most of shifts will be minimum 8 hours. The client requires 24 hour care with two support workers in each shift.
If you are an AIN or disability support worker with experience and qualification in nursing or Certificate III in Aged Care, apply now!
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Do you have the drive to improve the quality of life for people with a disability and are genuine about making a difference to indiiduals, families and the wider community?

Multiple positions available
Immediate start
Flexible Hours to suit you

About Zest Care
A leading dynamic and innovative government approved provider of early education, disability and care services.

For over 17 years we have successfully provided quality children's services into the homes of families throughout Sydney. Our services have a real impact upon the wellbeing of children, their families and the community as a whole.

As we continuously strive to develop as an organisation, we have been successfully broadening our service delivery into the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) with a 900% growth in the past year, providing personalised care solutions for a range of children, young adults and adults living with disability and additional needs.

Your role
Due to huge recent and continues growth our client is seeking experienced and passionate individuals that have a positive attitude to support individuals in leading a more independent and fulfilled life.

You will have the ability to assist people with:
Personal care
Community engagement
Respite
Domestic assistance
Learning support
Behaviour Management & Intervention

Ideally you will have:
Experience assisting individuals with disability
Proven ability to work positively with people with a disability to achieve their goals
Experience with behaviour management and intervention
Ability to follow and implement individual program plans
Demonstrated ability to implement a person-centred approach
Excellent documentation skills particularly case reports, progress summaries and incident reporting
Ability to work flexible hours including morning, evenings, weekends and public holidays
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Reliable, proactive and confident in working with people with disabilities

Current or willing to obtain:
Current CPR & First Aid,
Working With Children Check (Paid)
Police Check issued within the last 6 months
Comprehensively insured car & valid NSW driver's license

Locations (including but not limited to):
Waterloo
Malabar
Oyster Bay
Croydon Park
Camperdown
Balmain
Maroubra
Concord
Lurnea
Arncliffe

What we offer
Great rates of pay (Above SCHADS Award)
Ranging from $26.61 to 42.58 PH
Penalty Rates

If you have any questions regarding the role please contact *****@zestcare.net.au + click to reveal

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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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 2018? - 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