We are passionate about providing the best level of care for participants to make a real difference in people’s lives. By joining our valued team, you will challenge yourself with rewarding work, learn and develop continuously by a support leadership framework. We offer great flexible working hours close to home throughout Victoria. We respect all cultural backgrounds and create an open environment for employees, the most important thing is we understand the needs and requirements that may come with this for both our staff and participants we care for.
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4 – 38 hours a week available
& most capital cities
|$32-$40 per hour (weekday)
- Support clients to participate in age appropriate activities and tasks including in home support and community access.
- Support clients to access activities and outings in the community.
- Provide direct assistance to each client in accordance with their service plan and as directed
- Work in accordance with the medication administration policy, work health and safety procedures and client right’s policies including privacy and confidentiality.
- Monitor the safety and well-being of the clients and report any concerns to the Manager.
- Ensure completion of appropriate documentation. Relevant information on support provided is to be recorded in client notes and communication book as required.
- Work with clients, family/ carers, relevant case managers and other professionals to support the client’s individual goals.
- In conjunction with other members of staff assist in developing, implementing and evaluating training and behaviour programs to attain identified individual goals.
- Ensure that all programming undertaken is appropriately maintained, documented and reviewed.
- Assume the role of key worker for designated clients, including the preparation of a monthly report on client progress.
- Liaise extensively with other staff to ensure the overall smooth and consistent running of the service.
- Participate in Performance Development meetings to identify ongoing training and support opportunities.
- Notify the service if you are unable to work your rostered shifts, with as much notice as possible.
- Take reasonable care for his or her own health and safety
- Take reasonable care that his/her acts or omissions do not adversely affect the health and safety of other persons.
- Keep them self fully informed of the contents of the NDIS system and apply it to daily work
To be considered in this role:
- Certificate IV in Disability, Community Service, Individual Support, Age Care or willing to work towards the same. We can help you through the process
- NDIS Worker Screening Check
- National Police Check
- Working with Children Check
- First Aid certificate and CPR
- NDIS Workers Orientation
- Eligibility to work in Australia
- Fully COVID Vaccinated with evidence
- Current full Driver’s license
Competencies and Experience:
- Previous experience in a similar role – Minimum of 3 months relevant experience
- Previous experience supporting People with Disability.
- Demonstrated proficient written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
- Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision, and collaboratively as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
- Ability to effectively prioritise and organise own work / caseload.
- Demonstrated commitment to professional development, quality improvement and evidence-based practice.
HOW TO APPLY
Please read the Position description and send your application to email@example.com
Please include resume and a cover letter outlining why you are the right person for this role.
For any questions about the position, please phone 1300 101 289