Disabilty Support Workers in the Peninsula

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Job Information

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    Posted On Feb 13 ,2015
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Job Description

  • 24 hour rotating roster
  • Many shifts available
  • Defined career path
Drake Medox has been a national leader in the provision of human resources to the disability sector for over 30 years. Your positive attitude is what we are looking for. This is not just a casual role, it will also present the opportunity to work towards a fulltime role. If you have a passion for life and have a strong work ethic we will reward you with a great role where you can make a big difference in the lives of people living with disabilities. If you have a great sense of humour and a proven ability to support clients with challenging behaviours – Than this role is for you. Your role will be supporting adults to live independently in the community enhancing their skills and managing their mental wellbeing, whilst assisting with all activities of daily living including personal care and meal preparation. With many years of experience and expertise to draw on and a reputation for professionalism, we don't simply put our staff into shifts, we support them by listening to and acting on feedback. We believe in providing quality people who are looked after, rewarded and valued as an integral part of our team Due to recent expansion we currently have a number of roles available: Essential Criteria Minimum Certificate III in Aged Care or Disability Care Own a roadworthy vehicle and current VIC Drivers License Current Victorian Police Check Mobile phone Strong communication and team work skills Current First Aid Certificate and CPR certificate or willingness to obtain Experience working with challenging behaviours Must be Honest and Reliable Good Work Ethic To apply for this position or for a confidential discussion please call Amy on 1300 360 070, or email: awesthorpe@au.drakeintl.com.

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