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Elisa Jenson posted in Jobs Board

4th Jan 21, 08:20 AM

Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network
Commissioning Coordinator - Indigenous Mental Health (Identified Position)
Location | Newcastle, Tamworth or Erina
Hours | Fixed term Full-time until 30 June 2023 (part-time will be considered)
Role level | Level 3, Grade 1 $81,777 - Grade 5 $96,690
Application close date | 9am Tuesday 12th January 2021
https://hnecc.connxcareers.com/
go to link above for more details

LG

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Louise Greig posted in Jobs Board

14th Dec 20, 01:37 PM

Part-time Child Support Worker- Integricare Supported Playgroups Northern Sydney. Your main role within the supported playgroups setting is to work with parents/carers and children aged 0-6 years. You will support families, increase the use of positive parenting, support early literacy, model play based interactions and provide parenting information. Please see full job description.

AB

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Amalia Betihavas posted in Jobs Board

10th Dec 20, 04:59 PM

SERVICE DELIVERY ADMINISTRATOR - SOCIAL OUTINGS About STGCT St George Community Transport (STGCT) is a government funded, not-for-profit organisation that has provided safe, reliable social support and transport for the frail aged, people with disability and their carers and private customers since 1983. The service consists of a team of 41 employees and 42+ volunteers, operates a fleet of 26 vehicles and provides approximately 70,000 trips per year at affordable prices. About the role

SERVICE DELIVERY ADMINISTRATOR - SOCIAL OUTINGS

About STGCT
St George Community Transport (STGCT) is a government funded, not-for-profit organisation that has provided safe, reliable social support and transport for the frail aged, people with disability and their carers and private customers since 1983. The service consists of a team of 41 employees and 42+ volunteers, operates a fleet of 26 vehicles and provides approximately 70,000 trips per year at affordable prices.

About the role
We are looking for a creative and dynamic person to assist the Service Delivery Officer Social Outings in delivering a high-quality social outings program to our consumers considering their individual interests, preferences and capacities. You will assist in helping our consumers remain active in their community

You will be responsible in supporting the development of our Social Outing Calendar and program by accessing the local community networks, events and activities.

This is full time position for a fixed term period of 12 months. The position will commence in early February with shortlisted applicants contacted for interviews in early January.

Mandatory:
• Cleared National Police Check

Essential:
• Demonstrated knowledge and/or experience in the administration of multi-dimensional programs or services in the aged care sector.
• Ability to communicate effectively with older people, people with disability and their carers.
• Excellent computer skills and a thorough knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of software.
• Ability to learn and use other industry related software.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Excellent organisation and time management skills.
• Ability to work in a flexible, multi-tasking environment.
Desirable:
• Experience in the use of a e-Tools or a similar CRM.
• Experience in the use of RouteMatch or a similar Fleet Scheduling system.
• Experience in planning events/outings.
• Understanding of the disability and aged care service environment.
What we offer:
• Career development and training opportunities
• Excellent employment conditions.

The successful candidate must undergo a National Police Clearance prior to commencement.

As EEO employer we welcome applications from NESB and ATSI backgrounds.

STGCT uses merit selection for all hiring decisions and it is essential that you address the selection criteria in the appropriate application pack, which includes a position description, information on the organisation and the selection process. To download the appropriate application pack, visit our website https://www.stgct.org.au/join_us.html or contact Amalia Betihavas on 9585 3000 or via [email protected] request one.

Closing Date: 24 December 2020

DS

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Diane Schmidt posted in Jobs Board

26th Nov 20, 03:01 PM

Accounts Clerk – Experienced – Full Time – 12 month contract. This role is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated individual with a strong customer service focus to join the Fusion Accounting and Finance Team.

Accounts Clerk – Experienced – Full Time – 12 month contract.
This role is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated individual with a strong customer service focus to join the Fusion Accounting and Finance Team.
Fusion Building and Maintenance has more than 15 years’ experience in providing specialist disability access home modifications and maintenance for frail-aged and disability customers and is the leading provider in the Nepean area. Inspired by Christian values, we work closely with our customers to understand their needs and how our services work best for them. FBM has a strong record of delivering quality, professional and customer focused services. This has been repeatedly confirmed by our customers and the communities in which we work.
As a well-established social enterprise, FBM is looking for a skilled accounts clerk to join their team of dedicated and passionate employees.
With a genuine interest in and motivation for working within an organisation that strives to make the Australian community a better place, you will be a trustworthy and valuable team player. Your results orientation and willingness to be adaptable, adding value across the organisation, will be demonstrated by experience in a previous similar role.
Your broad responsibilities in this role will include but not be limited to:
• supporting the National Finance Manager and FBM Management Team by completing routine clerical and accounting tasks to enable timely and informative management and financial reporting, and
• contributing to the financial information needs of the FBM Management Team
You will be somebody who takes complete pride in the work they deliver on a daily basis, who is highly organised, accurate, able to work independently, and able to prioritise.
You will be comfortable taking direction from management with commitment to teamwork and developing strong working relationships.
Selection criteria
Candidates are asked to respond to the following key selection criteria, preferably offering examples from previous roles.
• The ability to work cohesively in a team environment, as well as autonomously on your own tasks
• Experience working to deadlines, under pressure & with multiple management styles
• Highly competent computer skills, working knowledge of FinanceOne advantageous
• 3+ years’ experience in accounting, finance, or bookkeeping
• A high level of accuracy and attention to detail
• Confident and polished communication skills (written & verbal)
• Relationship building skills with people at all levels and styles
• The ability to solve problems
The recruiting panel will need to feel confident that the successful candidate will understand the organisational values, integrate the values into their work and demonstrate behaviours that reflect those values.
As this is a special opportunity that doesn’t come around too often, we expect high interest in this role and will be considering applications until the close date.

The successful candidate must satisfactorily complete a National Police Check, International Police Check (if applicable), NSW WWCC, and sign a confidentiality agreement and code of conduct.

Apply by email to [email protected]

Please include a cover letter, 1 page response to selection criteria including examples from recent employment history, your CV with the details of at least two professional referees.

Applications close 5pm 8th December 2020

AB

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Amalia Betihavas posted in Jobs Board

26th Nov 20, 12:41 PM

SUPPORT WORKER - CASUAL About STGCT St George Community Transport (STGCT) is a government funded, not-for-profit organisation that has provided safe, reliable social support and transport for older people, people with disability and their carers and private customers since 1983. About the role

SUPPORT WORKER - CASUAL
About STGCT
St George Community Transport (STGCT) is a government funded, not-for-profit organisation that has provided safe, reliable social support and transport for older people, people with disability and their carers and private customers since 1983.

About the role
The primary purpose of this position is to provide one on one support to our older consumers and NDIS participants to assist them to reach their goals and continue to live independently in their own homes. Support Workers will be required to work in the South East Sydney region delivering in-home services (including personal care), one on one support and assistance to access the community. Services are provided 7 days per week.

Mandatory
• National Police Check
• Working with Children Check
• Current First Aid Certificate
• NSW Drivers Licence

Essential
• Cert III or IV in Disability or Aged Care (or other community services-based qualifications)
• Previous work experience providing personal care
• Experience working with people with a mental health condition
• Ability to use technology such as smart phones and computers
• Current unrestricted Australian Drivers Licence
• Current Vehicle Registration & Current Compulsory Third Party Personal Injury Insurance
• Willingness to transport people in their own car
• Ability to communicate effectively with people with disability and their carers
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Good time management skills
• Willing to travel within South East Sydney.
What we offer:
• Development opportunities
• Excellent employment conditions.

The successful candidate must undergo a National Police Clearance prior to commencement.
As an EEO employer, we welcome applications from people of NESB and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.

STGCT uses merit selection for all hiring decisions and it is essential that you address the selection criteria in the appropriate application pack, which includes a position description, information on the organisation and the selection process.
To download the appropriate application pack visit our website http://www.stgct.org.au/join_our_team.html or contact Amalia Betihavas on 9585 3000 or via [email protected] to request one.
Join our team and make a difference to the lives of many in our community

KC

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Kristine Cooper posted in Jobs Board

26th Nov 20, 11:57 AM

Position Vacant – Intake and Assessment Officer • Highly respected local community service organisation • Based in Windsor NSW • Salary sacrifice options available • SCHADS Grade 3 Two positions are available: • 1x Permanent part-time 35 hours per week • 1x Fixed term contract expiring June 30, 2021, 35 hours per week The Organisation:

Position Vacant – Intake and Assessment Officer
• Highly respected local community service organisation
• Based in Windsor NSW
• Salary sacrifice options available
• SCHADS Grade 3

Two positions are available:
• 1x Permanent part-time 35 hours per week
• 1x Fixed term contract expiring June 30, 2021, 35 hours per week

The Organisation:
Since 2001, Peppercorn has provided services to a wide demographic of people across the Hawkesbury and surrounding areas. Our suite of services includes mobile preschools, family support, transport, community aged care and community development programs. Peppercorn’s vision is for a connected, healthy and inclusive Hawkesbury by reducing social isolation and maximising participation.

The Role:
The Intake and Assessment Officer is a key role within our Community Care team and is responsible for conducting holistic assessments to eligible members of the community to support independent home living and community access.

Key Selection Criteria - Essential
Essential • Experience in community care assessment and support and / or demonstrated experience in developing Individual Care Plans in accordance with My Aged Care.
• Cert IV in Individual Support / Aged Care / Disability or other relevant qualification.
• Demonstrated ability to sensitively engage people seeking support and care services .
• Understanding of the barriers to service access experienced by culturally diverse and minority communities.
• Have a strong understanding of issues faced by the older person and carers.
• Excellent documentation skills and attention to detail
• Strong problem-solving skills.
• Ability to work independently and within a multi-disciplinary team.
• High level computer skills, data entry and word processing.
• Current NSW drivers licence and a vehicle with third party property insurance.
• A National Criminal History Check and Working with Children Check must be completed and cleared before employment may commence.
Selection Criteria - Desirable
• Experience with client management systems and databases
• An understanding of Risk Assessment.
• Geographical knowledge of the Hawkesbury, Nepean, and Blue Mountains LGAs.

Please see the attached position description to understand the role in more detail. Enquiries relation to this position can be made by contracting Sharon Fisher, Operations Manager on 02 4587 0222.

If you’re passionate about supporting your community and want to build your career with this value driven community based organisation, please submit a cover letter, your resume and respond to the selection criteria. Applications can be made by email to [email protected].

Applications close 9am Monday December 7, 2020.

SP

HSNet Member

Suzanne Piggott posted in Jobs Board

18th Nov 20, 01:53 PM
Updated 18th Nov 20, 01:54 PM by Suzanne Piggott

Family Worker, Nyngan (Re-Advertised)
CatholicCare Wilcannia Forbes has this position available in their Nyngan Office.
Please see Information Package below for further information.