COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKERS - BAYVIEW
BAYVIEW, NSW, 2104
HealthCall Group, a division of Wellways Australia, has been providing responsive and reliable support services to people living in the community, as well as their families and carers, for more than 55 years. As a HealthCall Support Worker you will assist our elderly clients and people living with disabilities to have an independent and happy life.
About the role
You will help make a difference by providing clients assistance with Personal Care, Community Access, Meal Preparation, Administering Medications and Transports amongst other duties.
HealthCall is currently seeking passionate Community Support Workers for our client in Brookvale. This is an ongoing program 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The shifts currently available are:
Mondays to Sundays 07.00-09.00
Mondays to Sundays 16.30-19.30
We have a lot of work available to complement these shifts. We can accommodate your availability with work from other clients as well.
To be a HealthCall Support Worker, you will need to be determined to make a difference and have a genuine interest for the industry. Through your positive work ethic and interpersonal skills, you will put a smile on the client's face.
If this sounds like you, don't hesitate to apply now!
First Aid Certificate
Driver's Licence and own, reliable vehicle
Empathetic, caring and bubbly personality
Certificate III or IV in Aged Care, Disability or Community Services
Experience working with a client with a brain injury
With HealthCall you will receive:
Paid Manual Handling/Medication training and Induction
Ongoing training by our two Clinical Advisors (Registered Nurses) and up-skill opportunities
24 hour support from the experienced and friendly administrative staff
All appointments will be conditional upon a satisfactory Federal Police Check, and a Working With Children Check. Australian HealthCall Group is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. We encourage applications from all sectors of the community.