We regularly recruit for roles in Adelaide Metro areas
Various shift options available across a 24 / 7 roster
A flexible scheduling system to cater for essential lifestyle requirements
Are you a dedicated and caring support worker looking for opportunities to support people living with disability?
Our clients provide support to people who live independently and in supported accommodation.
Supporting people on an individual basis may require:
Assisting individuals with identifying and achieving their personal goals
Accompanying people to health care appointments
Personal care including toileting, showering/ bathing, dressing and other personal hygiene tasks
Teaching and modelling appropriate social skills
Housekeeping, recreation and leisure
Assist with personal relationships, community engagement and developing social networks
We are looking for Disability Support Workers with:
DCSI/DHS clearances for working with people with disabilities
Current Provide First Aid and Provide CPR training certificates
NDIS Worker Orientation Certificate (this can be completed)
South Australian drivers’ licence, and
A reliable vehicle that you can use for work purposes.
DHS/DCSI Working With Children Check (WWCC)
Manual Handling training - if you don't have this currently you will need to complete this online before you start
Assist with Medications training
Experience in providing high level supports such as catheter care, administering intermittent catheters, bowel care and PEG feeding
It would be great if you had:
A recognised qualification in Support Work or Disability Support
Experience caring for people with disabilities that live independently
As a Disability Support Worker you will sometimes support two or three people across one day which will require travel between participants homes.
Shifts are regularly available across a 24/7 roster. You can complete your availability when you submit your application.
Qualities you will bring:
An in-depth understanding of person-centred thinking and be able to demonstrate how you put that into practice in your work
Ability to understand the vulnerabilities and needs of people with a disability and the issues faced by their families
Commitment to rights of people with disabilities
Ability to understand and maintain confidentiality and privacy
Ability to work independently (without other support workers attending the same shift) and be confident in providing services/support to clients in their homes.
Employment opportunities with our clients (various Disability Services Organisations) are available now.
Apply now to be a part of our candidate pool. If you meet the required criteria, we can then present you as a recommended candidate to the various disability services providers that we work with.
If you have any queries please email [email protected] in the first instance, or call 1300 2 HUMAN.
Click the 'Interested' button, upload a CV and cover letter contained in one document, and complete all steps including the 'Expr3ss Checklist'.
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