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        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$70,000 - AU$90,000, per year, Super + Free pilates instructor training
        • full-time
        WOMEN's HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPIST - BELLARA (BRIBIE ISLAND)Are you looking to be a part of an organisation that actively invests in skill development? Your new workplace has operations spanning Australia and New Zealand and is looking to add another Women's Health Physio to their growing Bribie team.ABOUT YOUR ROLE:Overseeing caseload that is comprised of part women's health and part muskuloskeletalAdditional services include Clinical Pilates, Real time ultrasound, Therapeutic ultrasound, Shockwave Therapy and Prescription Orthotics.Work in with internal and external Allied Health ProfessionalsContribute to the development of professional knowledge and skills in Physiotherapy ABOUT YOU:Solutions focussed and a team playerEager to specialise in women's healthQualifications and AHPRA registration as an Physiotherapist YOUR BENEFITS:Be a part of a team that has experienced almost no turnover in years!!Work within a large organisation experiecing great growthBe generously rewarded for work through lucrative bonusesFREE pilates instructor training! If this position EXCITES you then please apply via the link below! To discuss the role or have a confidential discussion regarding opportunities and your professional journey, please call me (Kimberley Davison) on 1300 289 817 or email kim.davison@randstad.com.au. My promise is to assist you in maximising your opportunities while minimising your stress! At Randstad, Health & Social Care we are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job! As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice.
        WOMEN's HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPIST - BELLARA (BRIBIE ISLAND)Are you looking to be a part of an organisation that actively invests in skill development? Your new workplace has operations spanning Australia and New Zealand and is looking to add another Women's Health Physio to their growing Bribie team.ABOUT YOUR ROLE:Overseeing caseload that is comprised of part women's health and part muskuloskeletalAdditional services include Clinical Pilates, Real time ultrasound, Therapeutic ultrasound, Shockwave Therapy and Prescription Orthotics.Work in with internal and external Allied Health ProfessionalsContribute to the development of professional knowledge and skills in Physiotherapy ABOUT YOU:Solutions focussed and a team playerEager to specialise in women's healthQualifications and AHPRA registration as an Physiotherapist YOUR BENEFITS:Be a part of a team that has experienced almost no turnover in years!!Work within a large organisation experiecing great growthBe generously rewarded for work through lucrative bonusesFREE pilates instructor training! If this position EXCITES you then please apply via the link below! To discuss the role or have a confidential discussion regarding opportunities and your professional journey, please call me (Kimberley Davison) on 1300 289 817 or email kim.davison@randstad.com.au. My promise is to assist you in maximising your opportunities while minimising your stress! At Randstad, Health & Social Care we are your trusted career partners - we take the hard work out of finding your dream job! As proven healthcare advisors we can ensure you make connections across employers of choice.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$80,000 - AU$95,000, per year, PD allowance and NFP benefits
        • full-time
        Our Client is a leading NFP organisation that has been working with children and families since 1977.They are currently looking to expand their service by employing an Occupational Therapist due to growth and an increasing demand.The organisation currently provides occupational therapy, speech pathology and psychology services to children aged from 0 to 13 years from our clinic, at school, home or at childcare/kinder depending on what works best for the child and their family. The role:The role involves providing therapy services with a focus on client centred goals around schooling, self-care, play, social participation, and other important areas of development. What we offer:full time or part-time hours a competitive salaryaccess to salary packagingup to 5 days (pro rata) paid professional development leave, a yearly personal PD budget and access to inhouse PDa multidisciplinary team environmentmentoringa supportive administration teama recently renovated clinic with free onsite parkingAbout You:Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or equivalent tertiary qualification.AHPRA registration.Experience conducting thorough assessments, creating care plans and recommending home management plans.Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills with the ability to quickly build rapport with clients and families as well as other health and educational professionals.Excellent time management skills.Knowledge of the NDIS.Working with Children check.NDIS worker screen check.Ability to apply for a Medicare provider number.The right to work in Australia.Valid driver’s license and car.So if you a=want to be part of this organisation and contribute to the local community with your OT skills and experiance then please give Abhi a call on 1300 289 817 to find out more At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Our Client is a leading NFP organisation that has been working with children and families since 1977.They are currently looking to expand their service by employing an Occupational Therapist due to growth and an increasing demand.The organisation currently provides occupational therapy, speech pathology and psychology services to children aged from 0 to 13 years from our clinic, at school, home or at childcare/kinder depending on what works best for the child and their family. The role:The role involves providing therapy services with a focus on client centred goals around schooling, self-care, play, social participation, and other important areas of development. What we offer:full time or part-time hours a competitive salaryaccess to salary packagingup to 5 days (pro rata) paid professional development leave, a yearly personal PD budget and access to inhouse PDa multidisciplinary team environmentmentoringa supportive administration teama recently renovated clinic with free onsite parkingAbout You:Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or equivalent tertiary qualification.AHPRA registration.Experience conducting thorough assessments, creating care plans and recommending home management plans.Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills with the ability to quickly build rapport with clients and families as well as other health and educational professionals.Excellent time management skills.Knowledge of the NDIS.Working with Children check.NDIS worker screen check.Ability to apply for a Medicare provider number.The right to work in Australia.Valid driver’s license and car.So if you a=want to be part of this organisation and contribute to the local community with your OT skills and experiance then please give Abhi a call on 1300 289 817 to find out more At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$90,000 - AU$120,000 per year
        • full-time
        Speech Pathologist (Clinical Lead)Location: Brighton, South AustraliaTo start: Immediately Salary: $90,000 - $120,000An exciting opportunity has become available for an experienced Speech Pathologist looking to make their next career move whilst discovering a different state of Australia! This company have approximately 3500 clients across South Australia and are the states largest non-government disability support coordination company. You will be working in the community and will be based from a beautiful HQ walking distance to the beach! The HQ has many facilities including a stunning modern coffee shop / on-site gym and swimming pool. The job: Leading a team of speech pathologists dedicated to ensuring the very best in care is delivered to clients and in turn help improve the independence, wellbeing and quality of life of people with a disability.Working in an NDIS Environment with mostly adultsYou will work in collaboration with the Manager and Clinical Leads of Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Exercise Physiology, Social Work and Developmental Education for identified clinical and professional leadership activities.You will align your operational duties with the values of the organisation at the heart of your decision making, and work in a collaborative nature with your colleagues and peers to drive operational excellence.It will be essential that your leadership is driven by your passion, and your desire to see your team grow and develop to support the growing nature of the business!Essenntial criteria for this position: Bachelors Degree of Speech Pathology or Master's Degree of Speech Pathology.Member of Speech Pathology AustraliaExperience of working in an NDIS EnvironmentFor more information please contact Emma Austin on 0487 133 136 or send your updated resume to: emma.austin@randstad.com.auOur commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
        Speech Pathologist (Clinical Lead)Location: Brighton, South AustraliaTo start: Immediately Salary: $90,000 - $120,000An exciting opportunity has become available for an experienced Speech Pathologist looking to make their next career move whilst discovering a different state of Australia! This company have approximately 3500 clients across South Australia and are the states largest non-government disability support coordination company. You will be working in the community and will be based from a beautiful HQ walking distance to the beach! The HQ has many facilities including a stunning modern coffee shop / on-site gym and swimming pool. The job: Leading a team of speech pathologists dedicated to ensuring the very best in care is delivered to clients and in turn help improve the independence, wellbeing and quality of life of people with a disability.Working in an NDIS Environment with mostly adultsYou will work in collaboration with the Manager and Clinical Leads of Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Exercise Physiology, Social Work and Developmental Education for identified clinical and professional leadership activities.You will align your operational duties with the values of the organisation at the heart of your decision making, and work in a collaborative nature with your colleagues and peers to drive operational excellence.It will be essential that your leadership is driven by your passion, and your desire to see your team grow and develop to support the growing nature of the business!Essenntial criteria for this position: Bachelors Degree of Speech Pathology or Master's Degree of Speech Pathology.Member of Speech Pathology AustraliaExperience of working in an NDIS EnvironmentFor more information please contact Emma Austin on 0487 133 136 or send your updated resume to: emma.austin@randstad.com.auOur commitment to safeguarding children and young people.Randstad Education is committed to the safety and well being of all children and young people. We take steps to achieve this through our candidate application process. All applicants are required to provide a valid state-based Working with Children Check which is thoroughly screened. In some circumstances, a Federal Police Check and an International Police Clearance is also required. Your consultant will be able to advise if this is applicable to you. Lastly, references are conducted in relation to the applicant's interactions with children using an online platform that has an inbuilt fraud alert. Employment is subject to clearance of all these checks to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people.Refer a friend and you could earn $250Are you looking for a permanent position in education or know someone who is? Sign up to Randstad Education or refer a friend and you could earn a $250 voucher! Call 1300 360 014 to find out more. Conditions apply.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$85,000 - AU$110,000, per year, Car And PD
        • full-time
        Be part of a new service steam launch. Our Client is excited to be expanding our services into behaviour support. Behaviour Support Practitioners will work in collaboration with our allied health teams and senior clinicians to deliver a high quality and reputable service to our clients and partner organisations around behaviour support Positive Behaviour Support Practitioners have clinical backgrounds in mental health and wellbeing and have all completed additional training in behaviour analysis and the management of complex behaviour. A Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner will develop individualised behaviour management plans that meet the needs of clients, the disability support team and meets NDIS legislative requirements. A Behaviour Support Practitioner must have experience in: • Conducting functional behavioural assessments • Creating interim and comprehensive behaviour support plans• Supporting NDIS plan reviews • Developing behaviour support plans • Training, mentoring and supporting other therapists in positive behavioural support techniques. Requirements: • A tertiary qualification in Psychology, Applied Behaviour Analysis or Allied Health (Social Work, Speech Pathology or Occupational Therapy) with relevant professional registration/membership • NDIS Behaviour Support experience • Working knowledge of authorisation and reporting requirements for restrictive practices relevant to state or territory laws and policies • Experience in conducting comprehensive behaviour assessments, and implementing and evaluating behaviour support plans, including restrictive practice • Up to date knowledge of the regulatory context and evidence-based practice • Strong commitment to principles of enhancing independence and client empowerment • Demonstrated ability to work with people effectively, both as individuals and in groups, to obtain commitment and achieve results • Passion for positive behaviour support practice • Current drivers licence and registered vehicle.Why work with us? •Ongoing training and development opportunities provided • Paid Professional development and working from home allowance • Flexible work arrangement around your schedule • You will have the flexibility to work from your home and from one of our office locations. • Staff Wellbeing program that covers a wide range of events, activities and benefits • You’ll join a national leader in allied health and have the comfort in knowing you’re part of a stable growing team. You can be based anywhere in Greater Melbourne and we can provide clients in a location that suits you.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        Be part of a new service steam launch. Our Client is excited to be expanding our services into behaviour support. Behaviour Support Practitioners will work in collaboration with our allied health teams and senior clinicians to deliver a high quality and reputable service to our clients and partner organisations around behaviour support Positive Behaviour Support Practitioners have clinical backgrounds in mental health and wellbeing and have all completed additional training in behaviour analysis and the management of complex behaviour. A Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner will develop individualised behaviour management plans that meet the needs of clients, the disability support team and meets NDIS legislative requirements. A Behaviour Support Practitioner must have experience in: • Conducting functional behavioural assessments • Creating interim and comprehensive behaviour support plans• Supporting NDIS plan reviews • Developing behaviour support plans • Training, mentoring and supporting other therapists in positive behavioural support techniques. Requirements: • A tertiary qualification in Psychology, Applied Behaviour Analysis or Allied Health (Social Work, Speech Pathology or Occupational Therapy) with relevant professional registration/membership • NDIS Behaviour Support experience • Working knowledge of authorisation and reporting requirements for restrictive practices relevant to state or territory laws and policies • Experience in conducting comprehensive behaviour assessments, and implementing and evaluating behaviour support plans, including restrictive practice • Up to date knowledge of the regulatory context and evidence-based practice • Strong commitment to principles of enhancing independence and client empowerment • Demonstrated ability to work with people effectively, both as individuals and in groups, to obtain commitment and achieve results • Passion for positive behaviour support practice • Current drivers licence and registered vehicle.Why work with us? •Ongoing training and development opportunities provided • Paid Professional development and working from home allowance • Flexible work arrangement around your schedule • You will have the flexibility to work from your home and from one of our office locations. • Staff Wellbeing program that covers a wide range of events, activities and benefits • You’ll join a national leader in allied health and have the comfort in knowing you’re part of a stable growing team. You can be based anywhere in Greater Melbourne and we can provide clients in a location that suits you.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • melbourne, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$75,000 - AU$110,000, per year, Plus super car and bonus
        • full-time
        We are a team of highly experienced Occupational Therapists, passionately delivering home modifications and assistive technology solutions to our clients within the community to enable their lives.Your main responsibilities are:To work alongside our amazing clients to deliver the best possible solutions to maximise their independence at their home.Provide a working environment for our highly experienced and dedicated OT’s that is second to none. About you?We are looking for an Senior Occupational Therapist or an Occupational Therapist looking to take the next step in their career. The right person will:Have strong community health experience alongside a breadth of experience in successfully completing home modification projects and prescribing assistive technology solutions to clients;Be passionate to work with and advocate for clients that have a disability; Have excellent communication, report writing and organisation skills;Have a positive attitude, is caring, fun and has a great sense of humour;Enjoy the balance of working autonomously and also being part of a supportive and friendly team;Be an innovative and lateral thinker that can conceptualise a number of possible solutions for our clients to choose from; Enjoy a challenge and want to grow their skills and experience; What sets this role apart:We provide a high-quality service to our clients by our highly experienced cliniciansWe passionately advocate for our clients to provide solutions that enables their livesWe are timely and responsive to our clients needsWe place the client and their goals at the centre of everything we doWe emphasise a team approach to achieve the best outcomes for the clientWe show each client the utmost care, respect and valueOur working environment:We have an amazing culture that is caring, supportive and fun.We prioritise work life balance and encourage our team to keep normal and consistent working hours. We know life is busy and look to provide our team with great flexibility.We are passionate learners and like to share our experiences and ideas as a team. We continually invest into our people, providing opportunities to learn and develop through clinical supervision, mentoring, team education sessions and more so they can deliver the best service to our amazing clients. We value being part of a team and as such provide opportunities to connect, learn from each other and spend time together. What’s in it for you?A focus on growing your skillsCoaching and mentoring from our ManagersProfessional development allowanceClinical supervision to support you and help you feel valuedSignificant flexibility as you can: Manage your own diaryWork from home when not visiting clientsFlexible working hoursExcellent remunerationRewarding work in disability and aged careBe part of a supportive, friendly and fun teamAdministrative support providedYou can be based anywhere in Greater Melbourne and we can provide clients in a location that suits you.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        We are a team of highly experienced Occupational Therapists, passionately delivering home modifications and assistive technology solutions to our clients within the community to enable their lives.Your main responsibilities are:To work alongside our amazing clients to deliver the best possible solutions to maximise their independence at their home.Provide a working environment for our highly experienced and dedicated OT’s that is second to none. About you?We are looking for an Senior Occupational Therapist or an Occupational Therapist looking to take the next step in their career. The right person will:Have strong community health experience alongside a breadth of experience in successfully completing home modification projects and prescribing assistive technology solutions to clients;Be passionate to work with and advocate for clients that have a disability; Have excellent communication, report writing and organisation skills;Have a positive attitude, is caring, fun and has a great sense of humour;Enjoy the balance of working autonomously and also being part of a supportive and friendly team;Be an innovative and lateral thinker that can conceptualise a number of possible solutions for our clients to choose from; Enjoy a challenge and want to grow their skills and experience; What sets this role apart:We provide a high-quality service to our clients by our highly experienced cliniciansWe passionately advocate for our clients to provide solutions that enables their livesWe are timely and responsive to our clients needsWe place the client and their goals at the centre of everything we doWe emphasise a team approach to achieve the best outcomes for the clientWe show each client the utmost care, respect and valueOur working environment:We have an amazing culture that is caring, supportive and fun.We prioritise work life balance and encourage our team to keep normal and consistent working hours. We know life is busy and look to provide our team with great flexibility.We are passionate learners and like to share our experiences and ideas as a team. We continually invest into our people, providing opportunities to learn and develop through clinical supervision, mentoring, team education sessions and more so they can deliver the best service to our amazing clients. We value being part of a team and as such provide opportunities to connect, learn from each other and spend time together. What’s in it for you?A focus on growing your skillsCoaching and mentoring from our ManagersProfessional development allowanceClinical supervision to support you and help you feel valuedSignificant flexibility as you can: Manage your own diaryWork from home when not visiting clientsFlexible working hoursExcellent remunerationRewarding work in disability and aged careBe part of a supportive, friendly and fun teamAdministrative support providedYou can be based anywhere in Greater Melbourne and we can provide clients in a location that suits you.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • kilsyth, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$100,000 - AU$750,000, per year, Car and laptop
        • full-time
        The Occupational Therapist at will work with clients in the community helping them to improve their future. Your duties will include:Conducting assessments, such as functional capacity review, assistive technology, home modification or behavioural assessmentsReport writingDesigning and implementing therapy plans to assist clients to reach their goals.You will be an integral part of a team and supported to provide services through regular and specialised clinical supervision and weekly team case conferences. The role is flexible and provides the opportunity to work from home.You will be provided with all of the tools required to carry out your duties, including a mobile phone and computer.Skills and ExperienceCurrent AHPRA registrationStrong evidence of well-developed communication skillsAn ability to work autonomouslyWell-developed time management and organisational skillsA desire to learn and commit to regular continuing professional developmentA commitment to engagement in quality improvement activitiesGraduates welcome to applyDesired (but certainly not essential)Knowledge of the NDISExperience working in the NDISHome Modifications ExperienceOur CultureWe are a small team looking to grow our family. We have a strong focus on building a reliable and high-quality service and we are looking for team members who share our passion. We strive to build a team where every member is valued and supported to develop and love what they do every day. On Offer is flexible and inclusive employer that values and supports workforce diversity. We strongly support equal opportunity and encourage applicants from all people including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, those with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, theLGBTIQ community and people with a disability.BenefitsWork within an experienced team - we want our experience to become your knowledgeReceive regular supervision from expert practitionersWork for a team that values your growth as a therapistWork for an organisation that values client outcomesFlexibility to work from home while still closely connected to your teamYou will be remunerated with an above award salary package.Phone and laptop providedPart-time hours availableAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        The Occupational Therapist at will work with clients in the community helping them to improve their future. Your duties will include:Conducting assessments, such as functional capacity review, assistive technology, home modification or behavioural assessmentsReport writingDesigning and implementing therapy plans to assist clients to reach their goals.You will be an integral part of a team and supported to provide services through regular and specialised clinical supervision and weekly team case conferences. The role is flexible and provides the opportunity to work from home.You will be provided with all of the tools required to carry out your duties, including a mobile phone and computer.Skills and ExperienceCurrent AHPRA registrationStrong evidence of well-developed communication skillsAn ability to work autonomouslyWell-developed time management and organisational skillsA desire to learn and commit to regular continuing professional developmentA commitment to engagement in quality improvement activitiesGraduates welcome to applyDesired (but certainly not essential)Knowledge of the NDISExperience working in the NDISHome Modifications ExperienceOur CultureWe are a small team looking to grow our family. We have a strong focus on building a reliable and high-quality service and we are looking for team members who share our passion. We strive to build a team where every member is valued and supported to develop and love what they do every day. On Offer is flexible and inclusive employer that values and supports workforce diversity. We strongly support equal opportunity and encourage applicants from all people including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, those with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, theLGBTIQ community and people with a disability.BenefitsWork within an experienced team - we want our experience to become your knowledgeReceive regular supervision from expert practitionersWork for a team that values your growth as a therapistWork for an organisation that values client outcomesFlexibility to work from home while still closely connected to your teamYou will be remunerated with an above award salary package.Phone and laptop providedPart-time hours availableAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • echuca, victoria
        • permanent
        • AU$22.00 - AU$28.00, per hour, additional company benefits
        • full-time
        A new and exclusive opportunity for Aged Care Support Workers to join a highly reputable organisation in their Echuca facility. Provide a person first approach in your support to the elderly by assisting with daily life activities, social and emotional wellbeing, and personal care and hygiene. Responsibilities and Duties: Typical duties include showering, dressing and eating. Arrange and supervise activities designed to enhance physical, social and emotional wellbeing. Assist in household or centre based duties such as tidying, house cleaning and hygiene. Supporting all personal care needs for individuals as required in a respectful and caring mannerMaintain standards of confidentiality while relating to clients, families, carers, colleagues and others key stakeholders involved in the careMaintain accurate and legible records of all administrative functions of the programs and are submitted within allocated timeframesAdhere to all policies and procedures while providing a friendly and caring approach.Reporting and adherence to all requests from the Aged Care Supervisor/ManagerRequirements: Certificate III or higher in aged careDemonstrated experience working in aged care settingsHave completed a Federal police check Must have a flu vaccine or be willing to obtain one in accordance with legislationYour Attributes: Patient, flexible and understanding outlook Supportive and caring natureCommitment to the rights of the elderly to live dignified livesAble to accept responsibility and enthusiasm to contribute Strong communication, organisational and problem solving skillsAbility to work as part of a teamStrengths to cope with the physical demands of this positionAbility to perform domestic jobs efficiently to high standards Benefits:Parental leave schemeReduced private health coverTravel, home and car insurance discountsEmployee Assistance ProgramSalary sacrificing optionsApply today to receive a call and to have a confidential discussion with one of Randstad’s Talent Specialists in Healthcare recruitment.Alternatively contact Amy | phone 1300 289 817 | email amy.mcconnell@randstad.com.au and quote the job title and location.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        A new and exclusive opportunity for Aged Care Support Workers to join a highly reputable organisation in their Echuca facility. Provide a person first approach in your support to the elderly by assisting with daily life activities, social and emotional wellbeing, and personal care and hygiene. Responsibilities and Duties: Typical duties include showering, dressing and eating. Arrange and supervise activities designed to enhance physical, social and emotional wellbeing. Assist in household or centre based duties such as tidying, house cleaning and hygiene. Supporting all personal care needs for individuals as required in a respectful and caring mannerMaintain standards of confidentiality while relating to clients, families, carers, colleagues and others key stakeholders involved in the careMaintain accurate and legible records of all administrative functions of the programs and are submitted within allocated timeframesAdhere to all policies and procedures while providing a friendly and caring approach.Reporting and adherence to all requests from the Aged Care Supervisor/ManagerRequirements: Certificate III or higher in aged careDemonstrated experience working in aged care settingsHave completed a Federal police check Must have a flu vaccine or be willing to obtain one in accordance with legislationYour Attributes: Patient, flexible and understanding outlook Supportive and caring natureCommitment to the rights of the elderly to live dignified livesAble to accept responsibility and enthusiasm to contribute Strong communication, organisational and problem solving skillsAbility to work as part of a teamStrengths to cope with the physical demands of this positionAbility to perform domestic jobs efficiently to high standards Benefits:Parental leave schemeReduced private health coverTravel, home and car insurance discountsEmployee Assistance ProgramSalary sacrificing optionsApply today to receive a call and to have a confidential discussion with one of Randstad’s Talent Specialists in Healthcare recruitment.Alternatively contact Amy | phone 1300 289 817 | email amy.mcconnell@randstad.com.au and quote the job title and location.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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