Support Worker role available in Moe
We have an exciting opportunity to join our passionate Support Worker teams to deliver supports to a client based in Moe, Victoria.
This role involves:
Weekday afternoon shifts - at this stage 2-3 times a week from approximately 3 pm – 7:30 pm. Ongoing work with the possibility of increasing hours.
Ideal for a younger person with an interest and background in supporting children to thrive.
Pick our client up from school, and support him to access activities in the community, including visiting the park, going to the movies and for ice cream.
Support him to increase confidence and appropriate social skills with travelling on public transport (primarily the train) and to manage his anxiety in a persistently encouraging but gentle way
Support at home into the evening, with mealtimes and showering
No manual handling involved.
If this job sounds good to you and you meet our requirements, register your interest now, by going to https://cpsn.foundu.com.au/register.
For more information, please contact Elizabeth Ridsdale at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is CPSN?
We are a passionate and driven disability service provider!
The Cerebral Palsy Support Network (CPSN) provides support, information and services to people with cerebral palsy and similar disabilities. We empower people to achieve their goals and use a person-centred approach in everything we do.
What is “Support Work” at CPSN?
Support Work is about working alongside your client(s) to achieve goals and outcomes
At CPSN, we work collaboratively with our support workers and clients to create great teams that work flexibly and together.
You will usually work with one (or two) clients, and develop a great, trusting and professional relationship with them and the team around you. We don't “ship” you around!
Your hours of work might vary, and we (and our clients) do our best to work with you so everyone is happy.
We will train you in any and all the areas you need - we have amazing online and face-to-face training options to make sure you and our clients are safe and comfortable.
What WE can do for YOU
We recognise our staff do amazing things and we are committed to giving back
We can offer you:
An excellent work-life balance with flexibility to contribute to your own roster
A health & well-being program that is delivered for you with your input
An innovative and passionate team, including driven leaders to support your development
Real experience delivering a unique support model in the disability services sector
On-the-job training relevant and specific to your client as well as online learning programs
Opportunities to learn and develop
How you can join our awesome team
We are values-focused - so to join CPSN you need to be passionate, person-centred and driven to make a difference.
CPSN has a range of training and development, both online and on-the-job. We will support you. You don't need formal qualifications, but if you have them, that's great!
To be successful you need to have:
NDIS Worker Screening Check
Working with Children Check (if you work with U18s)
Current First Aid and CPR
NDIS Worker Orientation Module
At CPSN, we know we are at our best when our team represents the communities we serve. We are proud of our commitment to providing a supportive work environment for all team members. We actively encourage applications from all candidates, including the LGBTIQA+ community, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people with disabilities.
Employment with CPSN is subject to pre-employment safety screening detailed above and Reference Checks. This role is only available to Australian Residents or to those who hold the right to work in Australia. CPSN is an equal-opportunity employer.