Help with daily living + high intensity support
Each client will have different needs, but being a companion, friend and socialising with them is possibly the most important part of your day. We also have clients who need more high intensity support, which could be people in their own homes or in community health settings.
What we offer: flexibility, competitive pay and a real community!
Besides making a massive difference to people’s lives we give you:
Join our community!
The chance to join a team of like-minded people, and have fun!
The ability to schedule work around your personal life with flexible rostering.
Competitive hourly rates + weekly pay.
Opportunities for both casual and permanent positions, as well as full or part-time hours.
Training & development opportunities, including free access to our online training.
Ongoing support and guidance from our clinical team anytime you need help.
Opportunities for upskilling including Certificate III/IV, and specialised training such as PEG feeding, medications & bowel therapy just to name a few.
Paid travel when travelling between clients, where applicable.
Now you know what we offer, here is more detail on what your day-to-day job could involve.
What will a typical day look like?
As a support worker your daily tasks will be focused on providing in-home and community support.
Depending on your clients’ needs these could include cleaning, cooking, bathing, dressing, and other personal care tasks. You will also play an important part in their social life, interacting, chatting and being a companion – which is a great boost to their mental health and wellbeing. Many will also rely on you to help them get to appointments and community activities in your car.
You could also have the responsibility for monitoring a client’s progress, reporting any concerns or changes and documenting accurate and relevant information in their file.
What this role requires
Screening and reference checks are all part of our sign-up process. These help to keep everyone in our community safe. There are also other requirements you need to know about:
- You must have or be willing to obtain a Police Check, Working With Children Check (WWCC), NDIS Workers Check and First Aid Certificate
- Proof of identity (100 points)
- Many roles will also require you own, or have access to a registered and insured car, to transport clients to medical appointments and social activities in the community.
- You need to be willing to travel between client homes throughout your shift
- Android or Apple smartphone to log shift notes