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Concierge Support Officer (JVR 1001)

Cara is looking for someone who can assist and support people living in their homes at Woodville West. This role requires collaboration with the Developmental Educator and other colleagues working towards enhancing individuals' lives and enabling people living with a disability to be able to live independently within their community.

The Woodville West Concierge Apartment is retrofitted with state-of-the-art and modern technology systems which are central to the lives of those living with a disability. We are looking for someone who is technologically savvy and embraces new and exciting IT products and concepts.

To be considered for this positon, it is desirable that you possess the following skills and qualifications:

  • At least one year's experience within the Disability, Community Services and/or Aged Care industries.
  • Certificate IV in Disability / Community Services and/or equivalent qualification.
  • Manual Handling Certificate (valid within the last 12 months)
  • Current South Australian Driver's Licence
  • Current Provide First Aid Qualification (HLTAID003 or equivalent)
  • Current DCSI Child-Related Employment Clearance.

It is a requirement as part of working with Cara that you be available to work a 24/7 fortnightly roster, including mornings, evenings, weekend and sleepovers and be flexible to work within other Cara services as required.

For any queries, please contact Michelle Racanati on telephone (08) 8347 4588 or email mracanati@cara.org.au

To apply, please upload your resume (no longer than two pages) and cover letter outlining your skills and relevant experience for the position through Seek at the following link http://www.seek.com.au/job/28239333?pos=4&type=standout

Applications close by 5pm on Friday, March 13.

 

Rostering Officer - Woodville West (JVR 999)

Cara is seeking a skilled and enthusiastic Rostering Officer to support staff in our new and modern Concierge Service based in Woodville West. 

We are looking for someone who is experienced in all aspects of office administration and roster management, who possesses a sound understanding of community based rosters to assist people living with a disability.

Skills and Qualities

The ideal candidate should demonstrate exceptional problem solving skills, be able to collaborate as part of a team and work under minimal supervision. This role involves liaison with people of all backgrounds, so you must have great phone etiquette and have a high level of proficiency in English, both verbal and written. Experience in the use of all Microsoft Office applications, particularly Word, Excel and Outlook is essential and prior experience in the use of RosterLive (EmpLive) is favourable, but not a must.

Availability

The successful applicant will be initially required to work 3-4 days a fortnight, anytime from 7am to 7pm on either an all-day, morning or evening roster and must be able to work weekends. Commencement of the role will occur in mid-March and the successful applicant will be guaranteed 36 hours per fortnight, with the possibility of working additional hours in future should the need arise.

Qualifications and Credentials

To be considered for a position with Cara, it is desirable that you meet the following requirements.

  • Experience in office administration and / or the disability services industry.
  • Certificate III in Disability / Community Services and/or equivalent qualification.
  • Current South Australian Driver's Licence
  • Current DCSI Child-Related Employment Clearance.

How to Apply

If this sounds like the opportunity you've been looking for to utilise your skills and qualities, please upload your resume and cover letter (no more than 2 pages) addressing the position criteria through Seek at this link http://www.seek.com.au/job/28190392

For any queries in relation to this role, please contact Monique Ly by either contact telephone 0430 988 180 or (08) 8347 4588. Email enquiries can be sent to nly@cara.org.au

 

Team Leader - Port Pirie

The successful applicant will lead a team of community support workers in supporting people with a dual disability to holistically meet their needs, enhance their community participation and quality of life.

Key requirements include:

  • Certificate III Community Services (Disability), or equivalent (essential)

  • Certificate IV Community Services (desirable)

  • Supervision/ Management training (desirable).

Base salary is $46,001.28 - $48,332.96 p.a. plus relevant shift penalties and exceptional PBI salary packaging benefits that equate to a base package circa $53,000 – $56,000 including superannuation.

It is an advantage to have experience in the disability sector working with an active support model to assist people to live in the community.

Please apply by uploading your resume and covering letter through Seek at the following link http://www.seek.com.au/job/28193637?pos=1&type=standout

For enquiries please contact Elly Mackintosh, Accommodation Services Manager, Country on 0451 989 120.

 

Community Support Workers - Port Pirie

Are you looking for real job satisfaction?

Do you want a job that makes a real difference in peoples' lives?

Then this may be the job for you!

Cara is seeking experienced and highly motivated persons to provide direct care services for people with severe and multiple disabilities and their families by providing a range of quality community based accommodation and respite services which meet individual client's needs.

Ideally successful applicants would have:

  • Certificate III in Disability
  • Current First Aid Certificate
  • Current South Australian Driver's Licence
  • DCSI Child Related Employment Clearance
  • Experience in supporting individuals with disabilities
  • Commitment to supporting individuals with disabilities to engage in meaningful activities and relationships in the community and their home

Apply through Seek at the following link http://www.seek.com.au/job/28213328?pos=3&type=standout

Community Support Workers

Accommodation and respite services

  • Numerous positions
  • Adelaide metropolitan area

Are you looking for real job satisfaction?

Do you want a job that makes a real difference in peoples' lives?

Then one of these positions is for you!

Cara is seeking experienced and highly motivated persons to provide direct care services for people with severe and multiple disabilities and their families by providing a range of quality community based accommodation and respite services which meet individual client's needs.

Ideally successful applicants would have:

  • Certificate III in Disability
  • Current First Aid Certificate
  • Current South Australian Driver's Licence
  • DCSI Child Related Employment Clearance
  • Experience in supporting individuals with disabilities
  • Commitment to supporting individuals with disabilities to engage in meaningful activities and relationships in the community and their home

Base Salary:                $41,772 - $45,586 per annum

Penalty rates and salary packaging will also be offered to significantly enhance the value of your remuneration.

Apply through Seek at the following link http://www.seek.com.au/job/28166470?pos=4&type=standout

 

Important information for Cara job applicants

Please note that from 1 July 2014 anyone working in the government provided disability services sector or an organisation funded under the Disability Services Act 1993 is required to have completed a relevant criminal history assessment through the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) for the purposes of assessing whether a person poses a risk of harm to people with disability. The assessment can be no longer than three years ago.

For more information, click here

 

 

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