Disability Support Worker - Casual | Fairfield East, NSW
Join a not-for-profit community organisation based in Western Sydney and working primarily in Fairfield, Bankstown, Auburn and Liverpool. We have operated for over twenty years and provide a broad range of children's, family, youth, mental health, disability and early intervention services.
The organisational vision and mission focuses on social justice and working in partnership with our community. Its values include empowerment, empathy, compassion and innovation.
Delivering a range of integrated programs and services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Shifts will include postings at day program, group homes and client homes. Supporting clients with complex needs and challenging behaviours, duties will include providing personal care from time to time. The position is responsible for working day-to-day with clients in understanding and assisting them to achieve their goals.
Disability Support Workers are to assist the clients, by adhering to NDIS plans that are designed to maximize positive outcomes and achievement of individual goals for each person.
An Equal Opportunity Employer and our work have always been underpinned by a strong commitment to social justice. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Due to client requirements, candidates who speak Mandarin, Vietnamese and Arabic are strongly encouraged to apply
MAIN DUTIES (but not limited to)
Work with clients on a day to day basis to encourage, motivate them to meet their goals, recording their progress and evaluating and identifying ongoing steps to achieve their goals. • Compulsory duties include transporting clients to and from home/programmed activities, personal care to both males & females and participating in hydrotherapy with clients. • Maintain positive working relationships with families, colleagues and stakeholders. • Ensure strict adherence to the roster and commitment to your Duty of Care/WHS requirements
ESSENTIAL (but not limited to)
Minimum Certificate III in Disability or equivalent. Candidates with no qualifications must be currently studying or willing to undertake a study to be considered. Experience in the care capacity of people with an intellectual and developmental disability. Ability to engage and recognise issues related to servicing CALD clients. Clear National Police Record and Working With Children Check Valid full or P Drivers License Due to client requirements, candidates who speak Mandarin, Vietnamese and Arabic are strongly encouraged to apply HOW TO APPLY
Please click the 'apply' button to forward your CV and letter of application addressing the essential criteria 1 to 3 listed above ASAP! Candidates will be processed in order of application. Please note unsuccessful candidates will not be contacted.
If you already have an account with Qualified Carers please go directly to our site to apply