Casual Support Worker

Casual Support Worker Geraldton Our Out of Home Care programme provides a holistic, multi-disciplinary and therapeutic care service for vulnerable children.

Our aim, as a team of committed staff, is to bring healing and growth to children’s lives.

As a Casual Support Worker, you will work in partnership with the Respite Carer and Professional Therapeutic Carer in the direct care of children in our Family Group Homes.

You will:

  • Provide relief cover on a casual basis which may include weekend shifts, cover for support hours on weekdays and primary carers’ annual leave absences;

  • Work with and be part of a multi-disciplinary team;

  • Receive specialist training and support by programme staff so that you can be confident and effective in your role;

To be considered for this role, you must have previous direct care experience working alongside children with a trauma history and / or relevant Human Services qualifications. You must be able to genuinely demonstrate empathy, guidance, respect and patience at all times. It is imperative you are able to work with minimum supervision and be highly self-motivated in this demanding, yet rewarding, role.

Interested? Please visit https://parkerville.org.au/careers/casual-support-worker-geraldton-2/ to obtain the Job Description and an Application Form or call 08 9235 7061 for an Application Pack to be sent to you. Your application, consisting of:

  • completed employment application form

  • covering letter

  • CV or resume

should then be sent to recruitment@parkerville.org.au

For further information please contact Beki Smith on 08 9964 8690 or 0418 407 310 during office hours.

Applications must be submitted by COB on Monday, 1 July 2019.

Parkerville Children and Youth Care Inc. has met the Safeguarding Children Standards set out by the Australian Childhood Foundation and received full Safeguarding Children accreditation in November 2016.

Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share our commitment.

Our recruitment and selection processes reflect this commitment and will include criminal records and reference checks for successful applicants.

It is essential that all applicants meet the above criteria and are permitted to work and remain in Australia with no limitations.

Casual- Medical Receptionist

An exciting position has arisen for a Casual Medical Receptionist to join our busy, vibrant team at Midwest Aero Medical.

Your roll will include working with patients on a daily basis, this opportunity will require your caring nature and ability to prioritize and manage a variety of tasks throughout the busy day.

Selection Criteria - Essential

  • Well-developed Communication & Interpersonal Skills

  • Computer competency

  • Exceptional personal presentation

  • Team worker

  • Capable of working unsupervised in a fast paced environment

  • Flexibility with working hours

  • Excellent telephone manner

  • Previous Medical Reception experience desired but not essential

Please email your CV, cover letter and two references to: mams.resume@mwaeromedical.com.au

Applications close: 17th June 2019

No telephone enquiries please.

Casual Medical Receptionist

Our busy private practice is looking for a casual medical receptionist with flexible working hours, a friendly polite manner, excellent communication skills and attention to detail.

Previous experience preferred but not essential. The position requires good computer skills, a high degree of confidentiality and a willingness to learn and take direction.

The successful applicant must be able to work productively as a member on a small team as well as unsupervised at times.

Please forward your resume with a cover letter to marindaperry@bigpond.com Closing date Wednesday 29th May 2019


Tradesperson / Carpenter

Our rapidly expanding company seeks the services of an all-round, experienced individual who can work unsupervised and take great pride in completing their work to a high standard.

The role involves completing a diverse range of property maintenance tasks and the position would be well suited to a tradesperson such as a painter or carpenter who is willing to undertake tasks outside of their normal trade skill set.  On the job training can be provided for the successful applicant.

Initially this is a casual position, with view to increasing hours as our business grows.  Flexible working, a vehicle plus all tools and equipment is available as part of this position depending on the suitability of the successful applicant. 

Please send your resume to admin@1stdibbs.com.au by COB Friday 24th May 2019.

Recovery Support Worker (Mental Health) – Casual Pool

Fusion Australia, a national youth and community organisation is looking for casual Recovery Support workers for the Community Supported Residential Unit that supports people with long term and persistent mental health illnesses and may include night and weekend hours.

We are looking for calm confident compassionate workers who would like to contribute positively to the lives of people as they learn to live well no matter what is happening.

The Recovery Support workers’ role is to:

  • Work within policies, procedure and guidelines established by Fusion Australia to support the Recovery Journey of CSRU Residents as per mission statement

  • Works as part of the team to provide a safe environment within the CSRU that supports residents to embark on a journey of recovery that will enable them to grow in independence and esteem, discover their story and work to complete it and find a place of belonging in the broader community.

  • Assist Residents in cleaning, cooking, shopping and transport as outlined in Resident’s Support/Service Plan

To apply please contact Glenise Ullrich email: Glenise.Ullrich@fusion.org.au for the full Job description and selection Criteria, applicants must have drivers licence, current working with children’s check and current police clearance.

Applications close EOB Friday 7 June 2019

Previous applicants need not apply.


Relief Educators

Turtle Cove Early Learning Centre Strathalbyn and Wandina is seeking enthusiastic relief staff to join our team of passionate Educators.

Job tasks and responsibilities include:

  • Working in accordance with the requirements of the Education and Care Services National Regulation, National Law and the National Quality Standards for Early Education and Care

  • Developing and maintaining positive relationships with families and children

  • Developing and maintaining positive relationships with the community

  • Maintaining a safe and stimulating environment

  • Participating in ongoing professional development and training

  • Working in a family orientated team environment and always striving towards continuous improvement.

  • Strong communication, interpersonal, organisational skills and the alibility to work in a team environment

  • Passionate about early learning and have a strong knowledge and understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework

  • Must be willing to support our Christian ethos

  • Possess strong communication, organisational & interpersonal skills with the ability to work in a team environment.

The applicant must be working towards a Certificate III or Diploma Education and Care or equivalent ACECQA approved qualification, a current Working with Children's check and a current “HLTAID004

Provide an emergency first aid response in an education and care setting “or willing to complete.

If you are interested in this position please send through your resume to coordinator.tc@westnet.com.au

Assistant Couple - EVENTS TEAM

Due to a hectic event season, TOTAL TOILETS are looking for a motivated couple to travel & assist with some events. Our scope of work has us travelling to some amazing locations from Exmouth, Karijini, Pinnacles and lots of inland / remote locations in-between.

Our requirement would involve assisting with delivery & installation of stock (portable toilets / showers etc) and then assist with maintenance (hygiene monitoring) over the duration of the event.

If you are interested in applying or need extra information please contact Karen on 9964 7771 (More detailed Job Description available on request).

To be successful in applying for this role - you must possess;

  • HR License

  • Forklift License

  • Own accommodation (caravan, camper trailer, etc)

  • Flexible with availability

  • Stamina and be Fit & Energetic

  • Familiar with OH & S requirements

  • Enjoyment of camping out

  • No time wasters please - genuine enquiries only

PLEASE NOTE - ONLY Hand Delivered applications will be accepted

TOTAL TOILETS (253 Place Rd, Webberton / Geraldton)

Occupational Therapist

Our Allied Health service – HealthStrong

HealthStrong is one of the leading providers of Allied Healthcare services in residential aged care and community settings. Our physiotherapists, OTs, podiatrists and dietitians provide vital care to improve the quality of life of our patients.

We hear inspiring stories all the time about the difference our care is making to our patients’ lives, and every day we learn a little bit more about the world from their life experiences.

HealthStrong’s connection with Medibank means even more allied health career pathways are within reach. Whether it be in our community programs, delivering healthcare to the defence force, or co-ordinating care plans for patients with chronic illnesses, at Medibank there is choice and variety throughout your career.

The Opportunity

HealthStrong are looking for a Occupational Therapist to work in an aged care facility in Geraldton, WA as part of a broader healthcare team. Your role will be to reduce pain and to maximise the mobility and independence of your patients’ daily lives, by demonstrating exceptional customer care and best practice. You’ll be reporting to a Clinical Team Leader, but working independently. Your responsibilities will include:

  • Conducting comprehensive patient assessments

  • Developing innovative treatment plans

  • Providing rehabilitation and falls prevention initiatives to residents

  • Implementing & managing pain management clinics

About You

You are an enthusiastic Occupational Therapist with a real passion for improving the lives of the elderly. With the ability to work autonomously, you thrive in building relationships and love to contribute professionally to a multidisciplinary environment. You are adaptable, enjoy meeting new people and the challenge of problem solving. You will also have:

  • A degree in Occupational Therapy

  • Full registration with AHPRA

  • Excellent communication and time management skills

At HealthStrong we support flexibility, so if you are after part time or flexible hours please let us know in your application.

What We Offer

We’re for the health of all Australians, so we care deeply about the health and wellbeing of our employees too. Benefits include:

  • Generous private health insurance subsidy

  • Up to $1000 p/a professional development allowance

  • 14 week gender neutral parental leave benefits

  • Free salary continuance insurance

  • Relocation Assistance may also be applicable

  • Part time job share options

  • A range of other Medibank employee benefits

We actively value diversity and inclusion. Let us know if you have any support or access requirements and we’ll be happy to assist.


How to apply: Email laura.carra@medibank.com.au