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We are always looking for great people to join our high energy, not-for-profit and client focused team! You can find our current vacancies here.

Current Vacancies

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER VETERANS’ HOME CARE (VHC)

  • Central Coast full-time position
  • Two-year contract
  • Attractive benefits
  • Great team
  • Salary packaging available

Come and join our high energy not for profit organisation whose goal is to make a real and practical difference in the lives of people in our community. As the Administration Officer on our Veterans’ Home Care (VHC) team you will be responsible for administrative support for the VHC team, under direction of the Regional Coordinator.

Your solution-focused style and approach, excellent interpersonal skills, empathy and high emotional intelligence coupled with your strong work ethic, integrity and customer service focus will be highly regarded.

If this sounds like you, apply through Seek by clicking on the red “Apply for this job” button via this link: https://www.seek.com.au/job/38356407?_ga=2.19323517.49145443.1549844078-1461607426.1440371585

Include a resume setting out your qualifications and employment history as well as a statement explaining how you meet the selection criteria. Only applications that specifically address the selection criteria above will be considered.

Please address the following criteria in your covering letter:

  • Vocational qualifications in administration or demonstrated competence in this field
  • Demonstrated competence in phone directed customer care, excel, word processing, data entry and filing
  • Previous experience working with older people and people with a disability and/or knowledge of Consumer Directed Care, NDIS and Home Care Guidelines would be an advantage

Salary dependent on experience, ranging from $29.77 to $31.28 per hour. Public Benevolent Institution salary packaging is available. Want to know more call Colin Henson on 1300 578 478 ext 108.

Applications close 9.00am Monday 25th February, 2019.

ADSSI Limited trading as Adssi HomeLiving Australia and Maitland Community Care Services is a not for profit organisation that provides practical in-home support that promotes choice, lifestyle and independence. The primary purpose is to make a difference in the lives of people in our community, particularly the frail aged, people living with disabilities and dementia, their carers and others who may be disadvantaged.

VHC coordinates services to eligible veterans and war widows/widowers who wish to continue living at home and need a small amount of practical help to do so.

The 2018 staff survey, undertaken through Voice Project, had a 93% response rate. The Passion and Engagement score (the positive attitudes and emotions that contribute to employee retention and productivity) is outstanding at 93%. This is 13% higher than the aged care benchmark. The Progress score (staff perceptions about organisational performance) is significantly higher than the aged care benchmark: at 92% it is 18% higher than the benchmark. Adssi has a strong approach from the staff all the way to the Board that communication and follow through are our keys to high engagement levels and commitment to Vision, Purpose and Values.

The successful applicant will be required to provide an Australian Nationally Co-ordinated Criminal History. People with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position.  Each application will be considered on its merits. The criminal offences that preclude a person from working in aged care are:

  • a conviction for murder or sexual assault; or
  • a conviction of, and sentence to imprisonment for, any other form of assault.

The best places to get confidential advice on how your criminal history might affect your chances in this job include LawAccess NSW on 1300 888 529, the Aboriginal Legal Service on 1800 765 767 or your local Community Legal Centre.

 

Veterans' Home Care (VHC) Senior Assessors

  • Central Coast full-time positions
  • Two-year contract
  • Attractive benefits
  • Great team
  • Salary packaging available

Come and join our high energy not for profit organisation whose goal is to make a real and practical difference in the lives of people in our community. As Senior Assessor on our Veterans’ Home Care (VHC) team you will be responsible for a team of assessors, and the assessment and coordination of services to eligible veterans and war widows/widowers who wish to continue living at home and need a small amount of practical help to do so.

You will need degree level qualifications; two years’ experience in the aged or community care sector, people leadership and management skills and experience in community care coordination, and the ability to apply these effectively.

Your solution-focused style and approach, excellent interpersonal skills, empathy and high emotional intelligence coupled with your strong work ethic, integrity and customer service focus will be highly regarded.

If this sounds like you, apply through Seek by clicking on the red “Apply for this job” button.

https://www.seek.com.au/job/38332854?searchrequesttoken=2f8738ed-f764-4edc-96ce-1b2f92e6385e&type=standout

Include a resume setting out your qualifications and employment history as well as a statement explaining how you meet the selection criteria. Only applications that specifically address the selection criteria above will be considered. Please address the following criteria in your covering letter:

  • Degree qualifications in nursing or allied health (eg social worker, physiotherapist or occupational therapist) or an equivalent degree with an emphasis on aged care studies;
  • Minimum two years’ experience in the aged or community care sector;
  • Demonstrated staff and client management skills, and;
  • Experience in community care coordination.

Salary dependent on experience, ranging from $36.03 to $37.46 per hour. Public Benevolent Institution salary packaging is available. Want to know more call Colin Henson on 1300 578 478 ext 108. The roles remain open until filled.

ADSSI Limited trading as Adssi HomeLiving Australia and Maitland Community Care Services is a not for profit organisation that provides practical in-home support that promotes choice, lifestyle and independence. The primary purpose is to make a difference in the lives of people in our community, particularly the frail aged, people living with disabilities and dementia, their carers and others who may be disadvantaged.

The 2018 staff survey, undertaken through Voice Project, had a 93% response rate. The Passion and Engagement score (the positive attitudes and emotions that contribute to employee retention and productivity) is outstanding at 93%. This is 13% higher than the aged care benchmark. The Progress score (staff perceptions about organisational performance) is significantly higher than the aged care benchmark: at 92% it is 18% higher than the benchmark. Adssi has a strong approach from the staff all the way to the Board that communication and follow through are our keys to high engagement levels and commitment to Vision, Purpose and Values.

The successful applicant will be required to provide an Australian Nationally Co-ordinated Criminal History. People with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position.  Each application will be considered on its merits. The criminal offences that preclude a person from working in aged care are:

  • a conviction for murder or sexual assault; or
  • a conviction of, and sentence to imprisonment for, any other form of assault.

The best places to get confidential advice on how your criminal history might affect your chances in this job include LawAccess NSW on 1300 888 529, the Aboriginal Legal Service on 1800 765 767 or your local Community Legal Centre.

 

 

Veterans' Home Care (VHC) Assessors

  • Central Coast full-time positions
  • Two-year contract
  • Attractive benefits
  • Great team
  • Salary packaging available

Come and join our high energy not for profit organisation whose goal is to make a real and practical difference in the lives of people in our community. As a VHC Assessor, you will be responsible for the assessment and coordination of services over the telephone from our Tuggerah office to clients who wish to continue living at home and need a small amount of practical help to do so.

Your solution-focused style and approach, excellent interpersonal skills, empathy and high emotional intelligence coupled with your strong work ethic, integrity and customer service focus will be highly regarded.

If this sounds like you, apply through Seek by clicking on the red “Apply for this job” button.

https://www.seek.com.au/job/38307686?searchrequesttoken=9cd1f753-4af6-484f-9edd-6fb3dc995a16&type=standout

Include a resume setting out your qualifications and employment history as well as a statement explaining how you meet the selection criteria. Only applications that specifically address the selection criteria above will be considered. Please address the following criteria in your covering letter:

  • Qualifications in case management, aged care, community services
  • Minimum two years’ experience in the aged or community care sector
  • Demonstrated experience and high-level competence in comprehensive assessment, care planning and service coordination using a person-centred approach

Salary dependent on experience, ranging from $29.77 to $36.03 per hour. Public Benevolent Institution salary packaging is available. Want to know more call Colin Henson on 1300 578 478 ext 108. The roles remain open until filled.

ADSSI Limited trading as Adssi HomeLiving Australia and Maitland Community Care Services is a not for profit organisation that provides practical in-home support that promotes choice, lifestyle and independence. The primary purpose is to make a difference in the lives of people in our community, particularly the frail aged, people living with disabilities and dementia, their carers and others who may be disadvantaged.

The 2018 staff survey, undertaken through Voice Project, had a 93% response rate. The Passion and Engagement score (the positive attitudes and emotions that contribute to employee retention and productivity) is outstanding at 93%. This is 13% higher than the aged care benchmark. The Progress score (staff perceptions about organisational performance) is significantly higher than the aged care benchmark: at 92% it is 18% higher than the benchmark. Adssi has a strong approach from the staff all the way to the Board that communication and follow through are our keys to high engagement levels and commitment to Vision, Purpose and Values.

The successful applicant will be required to provide an Australian Nationally Co-ordinated Criminal History. People with criminal records are not automatically barred from applying for this position.  Each application will be considered on its merits. The criminal offences that preclude a person from working in aged care are:

  • a conviction for murder or sexual assault; or
  • a conviction of, and sentence to imprisonment for, any other form of assault.The best places to get confidential advice on how your criminal history might affect your chances in this job include LawAccess NSW on 1300 888 529, the Aboriginal Legal Service on 1800 765 767 or your local Community Legal Centre.
Colin Henson on 1300 578 478 ext 108.

Community Support Workers

  • Central Coast
  • Part time positions available
  • Minimum 15 hours per week
  • Attractive benefits
  • Great team
  • Salary packaging available
  • Uniform supplied

Come and join our high energy not for profit organisation whose goal is to make a real and practical difference in the lives of people in our community. We are building an eligibility list of Community Support Workers who can work safely in the clients’ homes.

Are you a creative ‘can do’ person who thrives on delivering the best client experience every time? You will be client focused, have an understanding of the aged care and disability sectors and their reforms, and be highly motivated to succeed in the role. If you are passionate/experienced in working with older people or people with a disability, this is an exciting career opportunity.

You will need:

  • An 'Apply First Aid' Certificate;
  • A Current NSW driver’s license and a safe driving record;
  • The use of a reliable well-presented vehicle that has comprehensive insurance cover.;
  • To be available Mon - Fri to work anywhere on the Central Coast between 7am - 7pm;
  • To be competent in the use of smart phones and mobile technology such as tablet devices.

If this sounds like you then you could be the person we are looking for. Please download the information below to fully understand the role and its requirements. If you would like further information call Debbie Mason on 1300 578 478 ext 144.
Apply with your resume setting out your qualifications and employment history, along with a covering letter that addresses the criteria listed in the Application for Employment. Limit your responses to half a page per criterion.  Applications that do not specifically address the criteria will not be considered.

Email your application to Colin Henson at Resumes@adssihomeliving.com.au

Mid to long term contracts available and the pay starts at $20.79 per hour. The successful applicant will be required to undergo an aged care part exclusion police check and a medical assessment.  The information pack will help with further information on police checks.

2018_CSW_Central Coast_ APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT

Community-Support-Worker-Example-PD_2018

The successful applicant will be required to undergo an aged care part exclusion police check. The criminal offences that preclude a person from working in aged care are:

a conviction for murder or sexual assault; or
a conviction of, and sentence to imprisonment for, any other form of assault.
Any person with a conviction for a precluding offence must not be employed in an aged care service subsidised by the Commonwealth.

The best places to get confidential advice on how your criminal history might affect your chances in this job include the Aboriginal Legal Service on 1800 765 767, LawAccess NSW on 1300 888 529, or your local Community Legal Centre.

 

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