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Jobs

Holdsworth Community has experienced strong demand from older people to be their provider for Home Care Packages in South East Sydney. As a result, we are seeking a dynamic Support Advisor to join our team. 

The role will require someone who is passionate about partnering with older people to design and deliver Home Care Packages to meet their unique needs and preferences, while also ensuring the highest quality of services are provided to older people in their homes and community.

About you:

To be successful for this position, we are looking for individuals who are able to demonstrate the below:

  • Strong desire to improve the quality of life for older people living in the community and a commitment to a person-centered approach;
  • Tertiary qualifications in nursing, allied health or equivalent experience;
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in providing direct support;
  • Solid understanding of current Home Care funding policies and practices;
  • Excellent communication skills with an ability to work with people across the organisation and build networks in the community;
  • The ability to work effectively as part of a team and autonomously;
  • Evidence of active participation in own professional development and commitment to maintaining standards of practice and enhancement of skills and knowledge.

Steps from here: 

If you are seeking an exciting challenge that will further develop your expertise and career, we want to hear from you.

For further information, click here to view job description.

Please call Wendy Francis (Manager – Services for Older People) on 9302 3600.

Applications close on Sunday 16th December 2018 and should be emailed to simon.wise@holdsworth.org.au

This is an exciting opportunity to work with community members and provide quality program and service support to meet their needs. 

Holdsworth believes in a community where all people have the support and services they need to maintain an independent, active and fulfilling life.

We currently have a rewarding opportunity for Casual Support Workers to make a difference in the community. This position is focused on delivering person centered activities to people in the community with a disability or memory loss and their carers/families. Shift times can vary in length from between 3 to 7 hours.

About you:

To be successful for this position, we are looking for individuals who are able to demonstrate the below:

  • Ability to interact positively with participants, their carers, families and the wider community.
  • Ability to work as part of a dynamic team as well as independently.
  • Enthusiastic and empathetic attitude.
  • Passionate about supporting people in the community.
  • Availability to pick up at least 1 shift per week, ideally more. We are looking for consistency, as this is what works best for our participants.
  • Ideally, 6 months’ experience within a similar role or relevant qualifications.

Steps from here: 

If you are seeking an exciting challenge that will further develop your expertise and career, we want to hear from you.

For further information, click here to view job description.

If you have any questions, please contact Simon Wise, HR Development Officer, on 9302 3600 or email simon.wise@holdsworth.org.au

This is a new opportunity for someone to work as part of our food services team and in collaboration with our NDIS team to build our hospitality workplace training programs for people living with an intellectual disability.

We are proud to run two hospitality social enterprise businesses. Gaden – a café in our community space in Woollahra and G2 – a coffee and sandwich kiosk located within the Mill Hill Community Centre, Bondi Junction. Both of our social enterprises provide food and social connection for people across the community and support workplace training for people living with a disability to gain skills in the hospitality sector.

This role will be hands-on and will require the right person who is willing to work in our café or kiosk social enterprise alongside trainees as well as provide other staff with training, support and advice on how to best support trainees.

Essential criteria:

  • Experience working with people living with an intellectual disability;
  • Knowledge and experience with workplace training programs for people living with a disability;
  • Experience in hospitality and food service;
  • Demonstrated coffee making experience and confidence to train someone with a disability;
  • Positive attitude to people with a disability, older people, those living with memory loss and their carers;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Ability to multitask and think on your feet;
  • Ability to work as part of a dynamic team as well as independently.

Desirable criteria:

  • Knowledge of the various funding opportunities to support workplace training programs for people living with a disability including the NDIS and work placement funding;
  • First Aid and Safe Food Handling certification;
  • Experience with databases and electronic POS systems.

Click here to view job description.

If you have any questions please call Shaun Zingel (Food Project Coordinator) on 9302 3688. Applications should be emailed to info@holdsworth.org.au

 

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