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Headway ADP has been providing specialist services to people with an Acquired Brain Injury and their carers for over 35 years. We pride ourselves on providing individualised support tailored to meet our participants varied needs. Service provision is based on our strongly entrenched values of respect, integrity, opportunity, innovation, empowerment and collaboration.
Working for us means supporting participants to achieve their life goals and support them to take control of their lives. You will have the satisfaction of knowing at the end of the day you’ve made a real difference in a supportive learning environment.
Headway ADP Offers:
A supportive work environment
Interesting and challenging work
Expanding range of community based work across South West Sydney
Safe work environment
Applications for casual Community Support Workers are always open.
Community Support Workers assist participants in their own homes and/or in the community with the goal of enabling participants to achieve their life goals.
The worker will support participants with activities as varied as attending a community college course, attending the gym, travel training, cooking simple meals, shopping, swimming, eating out etc.
This may involve transporting participants to an activity and/or venue (by car, walking, bus or train), assisting the participant to complete the activity (providing support in the classroom, swimming or walking in a pool, doing the gym class etc.) and some direct personal support (changing clothes, cutting up food, behavioural support etc.).
Successful applicants will have:
Relevant qualifications e.g. Certificate III or IV in disabilities OR
Aged Care, with consideration given to candidates with Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in a related field.
e.g: Nursing, Social Science, Psychology or other Health Disciplines.
Assistance with experience working with people with a disability as a front-line worker or carer
Sensitivity to & experience working with people from CALD backgrounds
Demonstrated written & spoken English Skills
Access to a full comprehensively insured motor vehicle
Current Drivers licence
Mobile phone (smart phone with internet capability)
Current First aid certificate
NDIS Worker Screening Check
Ability to work flexible hours as required and or weekend/evening
Meet Mandatory Disability Employment Guidelines under NSW Health Legislation
Experience working with people with an Acquired Brain Injury is an advantage, as is knowledge of the NDIS Code of Conduct, NDIS Principals and Practice Standards.
Salary: SCHADS Award Social & Community Services Level 2.