Care Team Workers - Casual
CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning is a registered NDIS provider and a facilitator of opportunity for people with a disability.
We’re currently seeking passionate, caring and experienced team players to join our organisation as Care Team Workers. These positions have been newly created, inline with the introduction of our innovative Therapeutic Care Model, designed to provide holistic and person-centred care to the people we support.
If you share our belief that people with a disability have the same rights and responsibilities as all members of society, we’d love to hear from you.
What does the role of a Care Team Worker include?
CatholicCare supports the ethos of the NDIS, promoting choice and control for each of the people we support. As a Care Team Worker you will help them to develop their independent living skills at home and in the community.
You will be responsible for the provision of therapeutic care and support to people with disabilities (intellectual, physical and mental) who reside in CatholicCare’s purpose-built, community based supported accommodation homes. Day-to-day tasks include supporting people to dress, maintain hygiene, cook and clean.
You’ll also be in the privileged position of assisting the people we support to meet their hopes, dreams and aspirations as outlined in their person-centered plans.
To be successful in your application you will have a strong commitment to working as part of an end-to-end therapeutic care team where reflection leads to better practice. You will also require a Cert III in Community Services, Disabilities or Mental Health or equivalent or a willingness to obtain.
Mandatory qualification will include:
- Cert III in Community Services, Disabilities or Mental Health or equivalent
- Current Senior First aid certificate
- NSW Driver Licence
Why you will want to work with us
- Great career path opportunities
- 9 weeks paid maternity leave for eligible employees
- Tax free salary packaging of up to $16,050
- Meal Entertainment card
- Discounted gym memberships
- Ongoing training and development opportunities
- Family-friendly workplace, including flexible working conditions
- Employee Assistance Program
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Project Officer Permanency Support
CatholicCare is seeking a knowledgeable and experienced individual to join our Permanency Support team in the Project Officer role. It is an exciting time to work at CatholicCare with the recent launch of the Permanency Support Program in October 2017. Our goal at CatholicCare is to provide a permanent ‘have life and have it to the full’ option for children who come into foster care and to achieve this within two years.
The Project Officer Permanency Support will work alongside management to develop policies and procedures, and to enhance practices within the Permanency Support team to meet legislative and quality standards. The ideal candidate will have a detailed understanding of the Permanency Support Program sector, experience in developing and reviewing policies and procedures, and an ability to effectively consult with a variety of stakeholders.
This is a part time (16 hours/week), temporary role until 30 June 2019. To be considered for this position, applicants must adequately address the following criteria:
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Behaviour Support Clinician (Therapeutic Specialist)
CatholicCare is currently implementing an innovative therapeutic care program across its Permanency Support team. If you are passionate about best outcomes for children in foster care, if you align with our agreed values of Respect, Justice, Connection, Collaboration and Innovation, if you are keen to help “build a stronger, fairer and kinder society”, then we invite you to come join our Permanency team circle.
We are seeking an experienced allied health professional (psychologists, occupational therapists, accredited mental health social workers) to join our Care Team to provide interventions to children, young people and other stakeholders in the delivery of therapeutic care. The ideal candidate will have experience using trauma-informed frameworks and a commitment to meeting the needs of children and families affected by trauma.
This is a maximum term, part time role (30 hours/week) based at our Cardiff office.
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