About the role
VIA Care is a growing provider of NDIS support services. We are currently recruiting for a staffing team to work in a 24-hour supported independent living (SIL) arrangement supporting an NDIS participant.
Staff will be offered regular 8-hour shifts to provide round the clock care for a participant with health and mobility needs.
You will be a member of a cross disciplinary team comprising members experienced with disability, mental health and ABI supports.
In addition to working in a SIL arrangement staff will have the opportunity to work with a range of other participants who VIA Care support in both community and home-based settings.
About the participant
The participant is seeking a male who has experience working with people with disability.
The participant is located in Noble Park, Victoria.
Proficient in speaking Lao is advantageous.
What we offer
We can provide full 8-hour shifts available across a rotating roster and generous pay rates of $31.61 per hour for standard weekday day shifts and $35.16 per hour for active night shifts.
Weekend rates are $43.96 per hour for Saturday and $56.52 per hour on Sundays.
VIA Care is also keen to invest in staff and provide mentoring and professional development for committed staff members looking to build a career in disability services.
Required skills and experience
Qualifications or experience in disability, nursing, AoD, community services, mental health, Intellectual Disability, Acquired Brain Injury, ASD.
Have a genuine respect for people with disability and a commitment to providing them dignified and personalised care
Ability to present with confidence as a professional which engenders trust from participants who rely on you to meet their support needs
Ability and willingness to identify client needs and additional opportunities to assist them achieve their goals within the way you work with them
Ability to create a friendly rapport with participants to allow them to feel comfortable and respected
Excellent documentation practice
Display a relationship centred approach to care and understanding of or willingness to learn about other methods of care (e.g., trauma informed, family centred)
Ability and confidence to work autonomously and contribute to a support plan which is being implemented by a team of staff around a participant
Willingness to undertake hand-over and supervision remotely using email, phone and video conferencing when required.
Current police check and NDIS worker screening check
Fully vaccinated against Covid-19
To find out more about VIA Care please visit www.viacare.com.au
How to apply
Please submit your resume and we will organise an interview for suitable candidates.