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Casual Disability Community Workers

111 Coppards Road, Moolap VIC, Australia

Job Type


About the Role

Casual Disability Community
worker will:
- Provide support to participants to help them reach their full potential with individual personal growth and skill development in the community, as per their NDIS Plan goals;
- Demonstrate a high level of personal integrity, reliability, confidentiality and professionalism when representing U&I Inclusions;
- Apply knowledge gained through qualifications in Disability Specific courses or equivalent;
- Establish and maintain rapport with participants and their families/ carers/Support Co-Ordinator's;
- Undertake a range of active and physically demanding activities with participants;
- When required, assist participants to undertake a range of personal care support with eating and maintaining personal hygiene, during program hours;
- Work within OH&S guidelines for those that require assistance with transfers;
- Be able to work effectively with participants identified as having behavioural concerns, as per their Behavioural Support Plan (BSP)

Benefits and perks:
- Salary Packaging offered
-Brand New Disability Service Provider for Geelong and the Bellarine Region
- Community minded programs with real outcomes
- Flexible working hours - Work/Life balance
- Career opportunities and development
- Positive working environment and supportive team

Skills and experience -
The ideal candidates will have:
- Previous experience supporting people with disabilities will be highly regarded;
- Valid Victorian driver's licence and reliable transport;
- Current Level 2 First Aid and CPR;
- Certificate IV in Disability Services or equivalent will be highly regarded;
- The ability to problem solve and deal with conflict;
- Sensitivity in relation to participants needs;
- The ability to engage participants in a collaborative, positive and respectful manner;
- Commitment to human rights principles;
- The ability to communicate effectively with fellow colleagues, participants, their families and other professionals;
- Experience in or a willingness to learn about how to respond to behaviours of concern;
- Basic computer skills (or willingness to learn);
- Mobile phone with internet access;

Casual Positions require a satisfactory Pre-Employment Police Check, NDIS Worker Screening Check, WWCC, VicRoads Record Check, and Pre-Employment Medical Assessment if applicable. The successful candidates must be willing to undergo further training and development as required.

For all applications please send to (Michael Kenneady, Director of U&I Inclusions)
For all applications you must include a cover letter, outlining your desire for the position of Disability Community Worker (Casual) along with your resume, including 2 professional references.

For more information about working with U&I Inclusions, including the position description or to discuss your application,
please call Michael Kenneady on 0436 482 634.

Open Applications throughout 2024.

About the Company

U&I Inclusions is currently recruiting Casual Disability Community Workers to join our expanding team, who are professional, reliable and committed to making a difference in people's lives with disabilities. The successful candidates will work as part of a positive, committed and enthusiastic team. We work in a 1:1 ratio or in a small group (1:3 ratio).

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