Looking for a number of Support Workers with skills in supporting participants in Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Maitland
- Casual positions available with flexible working hours.
- Training and Development opportunities
- Dedicated Co-ordinators
Disability Support Worker – Multiple Casual Roles
Location: Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Maitland
Sublime Care is an exciting new disability service provider, operating in the Sydney, Upper Hunter, Lower Hunter, Newcastle/Lake Macquarie, Central Coast. We are seeking motivated people who are passionate about positively contributing to the quality of life of our participants and supporting them to achieve their individual goals.
About the Role
You will be providing quality customer care which enables people living with a disability to achieve their goals. This can include support with transport, personal care, accompanying participants to activities and events, medical and health needs and household tasks. Sublime Care currently has multiple positions available for experienced workers.
Successful applicants will be required to provide a National Criminal Check and Working with Children Check, prior to commencing work.
You are a professional, caring, compassionate person with a genuine interest in helping our clients achieve their goals.
You will have:
Commitment to our organisational vision and goals
Genuine desire to provide the best quality care for people with disabilities
Demonstrated knowledge and awareness of disability issues
Excellent communication and proven computer skills
Initiative and success in working independently and as part of a team
Preferred Certificate III in Disability, Welfare, Individual Support or equivalent
Minimum 2-5 years’ experience working in the Industry
Clinical Background Highly Desirable
Current Senior First Aid Certificate
Drivers licence and access to a reliable/registered and insured vehicle
Current and clear National Criminal History Check or willingness to obtain
Ability to work a variety of shift times and days over a 7 day period
Manual Handling experience and experience supporting people with a disability who have limited mobility
Experience supporting participants with complex care needs such as catheter care, PEG feeding and willing to be actively involved in any additional training
Experience support participants with challenging behaviours and implementing behaviour support plans
Casual positions available with flexible working hours
Remuneration and allowances in accordance with the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Service Award (SCHCADS) 2010
Training and Development opportunities offered to all Disability Support Workers
Supportive Management Team and Clinical Guidance available from an RN
To apply for this role, click on "Apply" button and provide your resume and a cover letter that addresses the selection criteria.