Team Member – Kellerberrin
Avivo is a leading Community Services organisation providing person-centered support for people in the Aged Care, Disability and Mental Health areas
We are looking for a friendly, flexible and caring Support Worker to join our team. If you are the person who could be part of this team then you will need to be reliable, have a positive outlook, be flexible, enthusiastic and be happy to use your initiative.
The role will work across a broad spectrum of care needs and people. Assisting individuals ranging from elders to children to remain living within their community and to achieve their future goals.
The preferred applicant would preferably have experience working within both the Aged Care and disability sector supporting people in Kellerberrin.
The work would involve, but is no restricted to, supporting customers with:
- Providing personal care, social support, community access and domestic assistance
- Providing reliable, timely and flexible services that best meet the needs of the individual and their family
- Problem solving issues with the individuals and the Support Worker team
What we require:
- Experience in Aged Care or Disabilities is desirable but not essential
- Have an interest in providing domestic assistance and personal care
- You are reliable, flexible and possess a positive attitude
- Possess excellent communication skills
- Hold a current driver’s license and a reliable vehicle are essential
Applicants must reside within 10 kms of the town of Kellerberrin.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply
In return, you will have access to some great benefits! Salary is a rate of $27.40 per hour plus 9.5% superannuation. You will also be paid travel time and kilometres and receive comprehensive training.
Making an appointment to this position is subject to a satisfactory National Police Clearance.
To be considered for this role you must attach an updated resume and a cover letter as one document.
Our Vision is:
‘People living as valued citizens, making their own decisions, developing their abilities and growing in their relationships.’