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Support Worker | Dubbo, Gilgandra, Parkes and Wellington

Dubbo

Reference: 4683275

  • Casual opportunities based in Dubbo, Gilgandra, Parkes and Wellington
  • Support individuals to live a fulfilling and meaningful life in their own community
  • Access to ongoing support and development/training opportunities

About this opportunity

As a Support Worker, you will deliver a variety of services to participants to support them to live a fulfilling and meaningful life in the community. Your working day may include (but not limited to), assistance and or support with daily life, including personal care, domestic activities, social and community participation and varying skill development activities.

This is an ongoing program and rostering may be over a 7 day week. The successful worker will be someone with the flexibility to work short shifts and be open to covering large geographical areas.

About you

You're a passionate, empathetic and caring individual who is looking to make an invaluable positive impact on the lives of others. You relish a challenge and new experience. You're calm, collected and resilient in the face of adversity and are looking to carry these qualities with you to the front line to start helping those in need. You are an independent, proactive thinker and worker but are also able to follow direction/s given by your managers and can work within a tight-knit team. If this is you, you're in luck: we have the perfect opportunity for you to do all these things - right here, with us.

What do you need?

  • Experience either in Disability, Aged Care or Community services (personal care experience an advantage but not mandatory)
  • Certificate III or IV in Disability, Aged Care, Community Services or related fields (an advantage but not mandatory)
  • A current valid Driver's License and a registered, insured vehicle
  • Satisfactory Police Records Check [less than 6 months old] and Working with Children Check, prior to commencement
  • Applicants having experience and knowledge in working in the NDIS context with people with a mental illness and disability will be at an advantage.
  • Current First Aid certificate or willingness to obtain one.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

About Wellways

Wellways Australia is a leading not-for-profit organisation dedicated to ensuring all Australians lead active and fulfilling lives in their community. We work with individuals, families and the community to help them imagine and achieve better lives. We advocate for change to make sure people can access the best possible care and information when they need it. We provide a wide range of services and assistance for people with mental health issues, disabilities, youth and older Australians and those requiring community care.

Wellways is an equal opportunity employer that offers generous salary packaging and opportunities to undertake professional training and development. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

How to apply

To apply and to download a copy of the position description please visit our careers page http://wellways.recruitmenthub.com.au & enter ref code: 4683275.

For a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Leah Carpenter, CDS Coordinator on 0455935190

Applications close 26th May 2019, COB.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with a lived experience are encouraged to apply. Wellways Australia Limited is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable people. All applicants applying for roles within Wellways must undergo a screening process prior to their successful appointment.‚Äč


Applications Close: 26 May 2019