NDIS Disability Support Workers Needed | Sutherland Shire

Healthcare Australia

Healthcare Australia is looking for passionate and experienced support workers to help make a difference in the lives of NDIS participants.

  • Are you located in Miranda, Caringbah?
  • Kirrawee, San Souci or Sutherland Shire?
  • Apply now for shifts in your local area!
Health Care Australia is inviting all experienced support workers to support clients in the Sutherland Shire region and it's surrounding suburbs such as Miranda, Caringbah, Kirrawee and San Souci.

About the Role
To support participants in their homes and in the community. It may include, but will not be limited to:
  • Assistance with daily living
  • Domestic Assistance
  • Personal Care
  • Community Access
  • Any other activities specified by their NDIS plan.
  • A fulfilling role supporting participants with disabilities to live their best life. 
  • Flexibility & Variety
  • 24/7 support provided from HCA
  • eHCA mobile app – for ease in updating availabilities, viewing and accepting shifts, completing care notes and submitting time sheets.  
  Skills and Experience:
  • 6 months experience caring for people with a disability
  • High manual handling experience required
  • Current First Aid & CPR Certificate
  • Current (or willing to obtain) NSW Paid Working With Children Check
  • Current Police Check – we will run our own one if you don’t have one, but this may take up to 3 weeks.
  • Valid driver's license
  • Own vehicle with comprehensive insurance 
  • Be responsible, caring and able to work unsupervised
  • Flexibility to work across days and weeks

Please Note: You must have the right to work in Australia to be considered for this role.
Press Apply Now or please send your application to ndis.recruitment.nsw@healthcareaustralia.com.au and reference Sutherland 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.