Leisure & lifestyle assistant

Blue Cross

A permanent Part time position for a Leisure & Lifestyle person has become available at our facility in Sandringham.

  • The part time position offers great flexibility and plenty of work opportunities
  • Great location and a Collbratoive work culture
  • A role that you can enjoy using your skills but also learn and grow
At BlueCross, we aspire to create ‘a new age of living’. Our proud and dedicated team strives to deliver this vision across our 34 residences and homecare located in metropolitan and regional Victoria.
Are you ready to join our team as a Lifestyle & Leisure Assistant?
This role is required to implement an engaging, person-centred leisure and lifestyle program that focuses on wellness and provides a range of opportunities for residents to achieve physical, emotional, spiritual and psychological wellness.
We are looking for someone with:
  • Outstanding communication skills
  • Excellent time management skills and problem-solving ability
  • Sound understanding of person-centred care
  • Knowledge and ability to run a memory support program
  • A passion for aged care and a genuine desire to have fun
  • Certificate III/IV in Leisure & Lifestyle is desirable
You have excellent time management skills, problem-solving abilities and a sound understanding of person-centred care. You are passionate about working in residential aged care and are well versed in implementing programs in a memory support environment.
We offer:
  • High level of support from the BlueCross People & Culture team
  • Competitive salary package with other employee benefits
  • Career development pathways
  • Employee discounts with many top Australian Brands
If you’re ready to apply just hit “Apply Now” and follow the links.
All people employed at BlueCross are required to undergo pre-employment screening that includes a current Police Record Check.
The Australian Government has mandated that as of 1st May 2020 all residential aged care workers must be vaccinated against Influenza to protect residents