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Community Support Worker - North

Brightwater Care Group Ltd. - Currambine, WA

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work
Source: uWorkin


Brightwater have over 100 years of care experience. We are experts in our field, and as one of the country’s largest care providers, we have the resources to innovate, adapt and empower our clients and staff. Our team members find their roles highly fulfilling and rewarding and are constantly looking at ways to support our clients to pursue the dignity of independence – the Brightwater Mission.We are seeking reliable and motivated Community Support Workers to join our dedicated Brightwater At Home team to work in the Central North Metropolitan area. Shifts vary dependent on our clients’ needs but mostly range anywhere between 7am - 4pm. Ideally we are seeking candidates that live close to our clients and have good availability across the week, in particular Friday and Sunday mornings.Shortlisted applicants will be required to participate in a group interview (3 hour assessment centre) on Tuesday 16th February 2021.Community Support Workers assist our clients to live in independently in the community in their own homes by supporting them with day to day tasks and social access. This is a varied role whereby each day is different and each client has different needs and some of the duties (listed in the attached job description) include: Delivering quality care and support by ensuring the holistic needs of our clients are met in accordance with their Care Plan and care packageFacilitating community access opportunities for our clientsProviding cleaning, laundry and meal preparation servicesCompleting documentation and reports Brightwater can offer you: The ability to salary package – meaning you can legitimately pay less tax and increase your take-home payOur unique staff benefits program, including access to BrightwaterPlus which gives you discounts with over 370 retailersExtensive learning and development opportunities To be suitable for this role, you must possess: Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with people from diverse backgrounds and experiencesAn empathetic and considerate nature and a client-focused approachThe ability to problem-solve and work flexibly without direct supervisionA Certificate III in Aged Care or Disability (or progress towards), or significant experience in a related setting and a willingness to undertake trainingA First Aid Certificate (or willing to obtain one within 3 months of commencement)A Western Australian ‘C’ class drivers licence and a reliable, suitably insured carA satisfactory National Police Clearance that is less than one year oldEvidence of up-to-date Flu Vaccination At Brightwater, we welcome people with the full diversity of life experiences, thoughts and beliefs. We foster a culture of inclusion, collaboration and innovation where our clients and staff can flourish.With a track record that dates back to 1901, care is at our core. We stand beside our clients during times of personal change, using experience and understanding to be the support they need. We’re ready for the complexities that come with ageing and disability, including dementia, Huntington’s disease and acquired brain injury.If you share our values of care, learning, innovation and people then please read the attached job description for more information on the role, including a full list of duties and selection criteria to address.

Currambine, WA

Voluntary, Charity & Social Work


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