NDIS Disability Support Worker - Bankstown

Healthcare Australia

A valuable role supporting clients with various disabilities

  • Flexible hours and 24/7 support provided from HCA
  • Opportunity to work with multiple clients
  • Attractive hourly rates

Health Care Australia is inviting all experienced support workers to causally support NDIS clients in suburbs of Bankstown/Hurstville region. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing care:
  • In home settings
  • Developing the clients daily living skills,
  • Assisting with personal care needs
  • Facilitating community access
  • Promoting our clients’ independence and personal goals
  • Assisting with medication and other duties as specified on clients care plans.

  • 6 months minimum experience caring for people with a disability of all age groups 
  • Must be available to work flexibly across the day (shifts can be short or long and can vary between AM, PM and Night shifts)
  • Must have a valid drivers license and own car with comprehensive insurance (required for community access)
  • Current First Aid & CPR Certificate
  • Current Police & Working With Children's Check Certificate for paid roles
  Benefits of Working with HCA
  • Variety of shifts available
  • Weekly Pay
  • Free manual handling training on offer
  • eHCA mobile phone app – for ease of updating your availability, submitting time sheets and viewing your booked shifts
  • No need to pay for a National Police Check – we run one ourselves (however it does speed up the process if you already have one)
Please Note: You must have the right to work in Australia to be considered for this role. Please send your application to our Recruitment Team by applying directly (if you only email your application, it could possibly be missed), please contact ndis.recruitment.nsw@healthcareaustralia.com.au for further information.

HealthCare Australia welcomes applications from culturally and linguistically diverse candidates, those from the LGBTQIA community, people who may have a disability and/or mental illness and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.