CareChoice is a NDIS, DFFH / Human Services Standard and TAC/ WorkSafe registered disability and youth services provider. We deliver a wide range of services and provide complex support across the Disability, Out of Home Care (OoHC) and Private Aged Care sectors in a range of settings including home care, residential, community and Specialist Disability Accommodation.
CareChoice is committed to service excellence and works closely with clients, their families, and key stakeholders to ensure individuals receive the very best person-centred care. The CareChoice team are passionate about their work and pride themselves in delivering an exceptional calibre of service.
- Job Description:
Due to continuous and exciting growth, we’re currently recruiting for multiple Mental Health Support Workers to join our team to support clients based in the Doveton area.
You will be responsible for providing quality support to participants who are moving into this newly built home.
The hours of work available are 24:7 roster including weekday shifts, evening, and weekend shifts. Penalty rates apply on weekends, Public Holidays, after 8pm and after 12 pm.
To be considered for this opportunity, you will need to have demonstrated experience providing support to participants with high complex needs and or behaviours of concern.
Your background should include Complex or Forensic Support Work and ideally you will have experience working with clients that are high risk and are currently involved with the criminal justice system.
Essential to the role will be a thorough understanding of mental health disorders and trauma, an ability to maintain professional boundaries and work collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team.
You will also have the following skills and attributes:
Diploma level qualification in a relevant field
Clear and effective communication skills and ability to establish professional relationships with participants and their families
Attention to detail and accuracy in record management
Flexibility to work over a 7-day roster and the availability to work overnight shifts or attend training or meetings as required
NDIS Worker Screening Clearance or willing to obtain
First Aid, CPR, WWCC and NDIS Worker Orientation module
Current Driver’s License with access to a comprehensively insured vehicle (mandatory).