Disability Support Workers
We are currently seeking people who fit this description: Sensitive –an energetic and active worker who can relate to people. Caring – want to make a difference in what you do. Occupational health and safety awareness.
Personality –you’ve got the right attitude and dedication to succeed. Enthusiastic – you enjoy working with and for people that matter. If this is you, then, we have a range casual places available across Day & Lifestyle Options, Individual Support and supported accommodations.
Shifts are required in Day & Lifestyle activities, Individual Support and Supported Accommodation. We require employees to work shifts across the working week and weekends. Ideally we seek people with experience.
However, we provide training in pre employment compliance, OH&S and other helpful areas so previous experience is desirable but not essential. Scope as an Employer : •Flexibility in working hours to suit work-life balance needs •The ability to work locally within a good team •Opportunities for advancement and development •Paid training •OH&S to ensure safe work environment and culture •Salary packaging to optimise salary benefits •You will also get the unique chance to work for an organisation that is seeing the biggest change to the disability sector with the roll out of the NDIS. •Take your career on a journey with scope and work proactively with us to achieve our mission The Role is: •Supporting our customers to live independently whilst providing a caring service and the odd joke wouldn’t hurt either •Very hands on, so suits active people who can perform manual handling including bending, lifting and transferring clients – which is the norm •Creating a pleasant environment for our customers and yourself to enjoy – this can include outings, the odd trip to the movies or footy and more •Personal care work and support with domestic/household tasks As part of our recruitment process, to be considered for one of our Support Worker roles, you must supply Scope with the below on the day you attend the Group Recruitment session.
•Satisfactory National police check for ‘Employment in Disability’ (no more than six months old) and an international police check if you have lived or worked overseas for longer than one (1) year within the last 10 years •Satisfactory Working With Children’s Check •A current Level 1 First Aid Certificate •A current drivers license If the above documents are not supplied on the day, you will not be able to progress through to the Pre Employment Program until these documents have been provided. Location : Warragul, Morwell and Traralgon Position Description : Click here Applications close : Monday 15 January 2018 Successful applicants MUST be available for 3 days consecutive paid Pre-employment training commencing Monday 29 January 2018 at our Warragul Office Contact or to Apply : Marjo Poels- Dorssers on 03 5623 1033 or email: MPoels-Dorssersscopeaust.org.
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