Emerald

Emerald - Support Worker - NDIS

Job type:
Part-time
Category:
Support Services

Experienced Residential Disability Workers wanted for a licensed care provider in Emerald.

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MULTIPLE PERMANENT PART-TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE, for IMMEDIATE START!

  • NDIS Support Workers Wanted for our Emerald Region.
  • Multiple contracts available with the minimum of 40 hours per fortnight after training requirements have been met.
SCSS has a number of paid positions available for people that are interested in supporting youth in a residential care environment and has an interest in disability support.

SCSS is a NDIS and Child Protection provider servicing Queensland with our head office based in Bundaberg. Our core business is to provide a range of disability and Child Protection services to meet the needs of those that are most vulnerable in our community.

SCSS provides services to support people within our community that live with various disabilities and mental health.

HOW WE SUPPORT OUR CLIENTS
  • Household chores and grocery shopping
  • Medication and medical appointments
  • Fishing and Beach activities
  • Social inclusion and community access
  • Holidays and camping trips
  • Meeting personal goals - fitness and wellbeing
  • Development of independent living skills
  • Implementation of behaviour management strategies
WHAT IS SCSS LOOKING FOR?
A person that is passionate about making a real difference in people's lives and strives on helping others. Someone that enjoys working with variety of different challenges in their day-to-day.

These positions will mainly involve supporting in a residential care environment and the options of additional support hours in our disability support programs. Due to the nature of this position applicants need to be willing to undertake personal development to meet the requirements of these positions.
  • Flexibility across a 7 day/night roster, which includes shift work, periodic weekend, public holidays, night shifts & overnight sleepovers.
  • Flexibility to support across additional disability programs, is also desirable.
  • Understanding or ability to gain knowledge about trauma based behaviours.
  • Working with complex and challenging behaviours.
A requirement prior to commencement, is eligibility to apply for or currently hold the below: (these are to be maintained at your own expense).
  • Suitability Blue Card for Working with Children and Young People
  • Positive Notice Criminal History Check - Yellow Card
  • Child Protection and Personal History Screening Check
  • Valid and current First Aid and CPR certification
  • Must have a drivers licence
  • Must have completed the NDIS Worker Orientation module
If this role interests you and you would like to be part of a new, exciting team, then get the ball rolling and apply now!

We have Permanent Part-Time contracts available between 40 hours per fortnight and 60 hours per fortnight - dependent on availability, skills and requirements being met!

Regional allowance may be considered on top of the Award level paid.

Recent BlueCard Changes

It is now a requirement to hold your BlueCard prior to commencing work with Young People. If you do not currently hold a BlueCard, or your BlueCard is due to expire within 3 months, it will be essential to apply for a BlueCard early in the Recruitment Process. For more information no the BlueCard No Card, No Start rule, please visit - https://www.qld.gov.au/law/laws-regulated-industries-and-accountability/queensland-laws-and-regulations/regulated-industries-and-licensing/blue-card/system/review/no-card-no-start

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