Disability Support Worker – Woodridge
About the role
Multiple casual positions available.
Applicants will be required to work all shifts (morning, day, evening and sleepovers) including weekends.
As a Disability Support Worker you will be responsible for:
- Providing support (in conjunction with the Case Manager) to clients living with a disability in the development, implementation and review of the Individual Support Plan and Future Goal Plan;
- Empowering clients living with a disability to live in the least restrictive environment and to access community activities;
- Assisting and support clients living with a disability to maintain their health and well being including undertaking personal care;
- Promoting and role modelling positive behaviours, learning experiences and skills development for clients;
- Communicating effectively and professionally with all relevant stakeholders
- Completing, maintaining and storing documentation in a confidential manner.
- Other duties as required to meet operational needs.
Critical to your success in this role will be the proven ability to demonstrate
- effective and professional interpersonal and communication skills
- accurate and timely decision making skills
- your ability to work in a fast paced environment
In addition you will
- hold a relevant qualification and/or relevant experience in disability service provision to individuals living with a disability in a community setting
- maintain a current Australian drivers licence and comply with the Disability Services Act 2006 screening requirements
- possess a current First Aid Certificate.
You will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment medical prior to any offer of employment.
As well as working for an organisation that genuinely cares, we also offer access to significant discounts across a number of areas including private health insurance, gym membership, holiday and travel discounts, home appliances and IT discounts and car rental.
Keystone Services provides a range of support services to help people of all ages with an intellectual disability to live as independently as possible and to interact with the community. The service also includes a youth homelessness program and emergency relief support.
Lutheran Community Care (LCC) is a well-established and respected organisation whose employees provide services for seniors, young people, families, people with disabilities and mental health concerns.
As a not-for-profit organisation, we reinvest all operating surpluses into continually improving our services and expanding our reach to more people in our communities.
We operate 18 services across urban and regional Queensland, employing more than 1,350 staff and drawing on the support of several hundred volunteers.
LCC sees its role as being to help our clients experience joy and hope in their lives to the greatest possible extent – irrespective of the challenges they face.
How to apply
To apply for this position, please complete answers to all below questions and attach your resume.
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