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Employment Office Brisbane QLD, Australia
21 Feb, 2020
Permanent Full Time
* Service management opportunity running day-to-day operations of a highly regarded aged care facility * Family owned and operated business, beautiful Clontarf location in the Moreton Bay region, * Highly competitive remuneration circa $108,680 + super and salary packaging options * Great ongoing training and career succession opportunities About Beaumont Care and Redcliffe Home Beaumont Care is an Australian family owned and operated provider of aged care services on the Peninsula at Kippa Ring, Redcliffe, Rothwell and Roslyn Lodge; as well as a supported accommodation facility in rural Wamuran for those who need assistance in daily living. Redcliffe is our most highly regarded and sought-after Home, renowned in the Redcliffe Peninsula community for excellent resident care. About the Opportunity Beaumont Care now has a fa ntastic opportunity for a Service Manager to join their team in Clontarf, QLD. This is a Monday to Friday position with occasional weekend work if required. The Service Manager also participates in a fortnightly on-call roster with the Clinical Nurse. Reporting to the Manager Care Delivery and well-supported by the on-site corporate services team, this position is responsible for overseeing the provision of holistic, contemporary care for residents at Redcliffe Home, as well as the operational management and leadership for staff at the facility. Your day-to-day responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: * Conducting comprehensive resident assessments and ensure a safe and pleasant living environment for residents; * Taking financial responsibility for the Redcliffe Home facility including developing the service budget, ensuring expenses and staff salaries are in line with budgets and ensuring monthly government p ayments for residents' care correlates with funding claims; * Performing a range of leadership practices, such as proactive problem solving; risk mitigation; promoting teamwork; encouraging consultation, collaboration and communication; and ensuring a positive and harmonious working environment; and * Implementing and evaluating processes to ensure quality of care and quality of life for residents via effective change management practices and procedures if required. About the Benefits A highly competitive remuneration package is on offer for this position, circa $108,680 + super, commensurate with skills and experience. You will also have access to salary packaging options to further increase your take home pay. You will be well supported by the experienced care team members, all of whom enjoy a long tenure with the organisation (5 - 20+ years!). Beaumont Care has fantastic policies around ongoing training and succession planning, meaning you will be constantly learning and developing your skill-set as you grow into the role. A family friendly organisation, Beaumont Care is also supportive of flexible work arrangements (i.e. early start/late finish), if mutually beneficial for the service and employees requirements. Located within the beautiful Moreton Bay region, you will love living and working close to home, in a supportive and collaborative working environment. For more information, and to take the next step in your aged care career in this leadership role, please click "Apply Now".
Thamarrurr Development Corporation Remote (Wadeye NT, Australia)
21 Feb, 2020
Full time
THAMARRURR DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD   Move your career into new territory – Northern Territory About the Opportunity: Working within Aged Care as the Facility Manager , will see you fully utilise your knowledge and experience of the Aged Care industry. Together with your business acumen, interpersonal and leadership capability, you’ll positively and effectively manage all areas of the facility operations, with-in a ‘small business enterprise’ framework. You’ll relish the opportunity to work closely with the various TDC departments, management teams and external agencies to achieve real and positive benefits on-the-ground at a community level.   Key Focus Areas include: People management and interpersonal skills Quality, person-centered care and well-being in an aged setting Understanding, adherence and practical application of Aged Care Quality Standards framework Culturally appropriate and sensitive Risk Management and best practices Communications and reporting Main duties include: Manage the day-to-day operations of the centre including administration, finance, resources and staffing, Ensure compliance with all WHS processes and requirements, including those required under the Aged Care Quality framework, Develop, implement and maintain operational plans and policy manuals for the ongoing care and well being of aged care clients, Establish and maintain effective working relationships with external allied health providers and other community-based support services and organisations, Advocate for the aged and disabled and their carers to ensure community inclusion and that their personal, social and medical needs are met, Promote awareness of the services available in Aged Care and encourage uptake and buy-in from the communities. To be successful you’ll have: A hands-on approach to your role with a focus on effectively improving customer service and providing client-focussed, high calibre care within a structured quality framework, Demonstrated staff management skills with the ability to build and lead high performance teams, A commitment to workplace, health and safety requirements, Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills, Strong time management and organisational skills with the ability to work to deadlines, Sound financial and budget management abilities, Registered Nurse with current AHPRA registration – beneficial but not essential About the benefits: Competitive salary 6 weeks annual leave with 17.5% loading, Full time, fixed term contract (common law), with the opportunity of extension, Salary packaging up to $15,899 per FBT year to reduce tax and increase your take home pay, $1,500 reimbursement for relocation/repatriation expenses for personal effects, Subsidised, fully furnished single or couple accommodation provided Be part of a busy, welcoming community Essential Licences/ Clearances prior to commencement Obtain and maintain Northern Land Council Work Permit (with assistance) Obtain Police Clearance Check (with assistance) Hold a current NT Driver’s Licence Be an Australian or New Zealand resident or citizen   For general information and a copy of the Position Description/ Selection Criteria,  please contact the Recruitment Officer via   recruitment@thamarrurr.org.au    .Applications should include a resume outlining your previous experience and contact details of at least two (2) referees.
Thamarrurr Development Corporation Remote (Wadeye NT, Australia)
21 Feb, 2020
Full time
About the Opportunity: An exciting opportunity for a Personal Care Worker, will see you utilise your knowledge and experience in the Aged Care industry. As an integral part of the TDC Aged care team, you will provide a high standard of quality client care at the 8 bed Thamarrurr Aged Care facility and to the Home Care clients in Wadeye and local communities of Palumpa and Peppimenarti. Key Focus Areas include: A positive attitude and commitment to provide quality, person-centered care and well-being in an aged setting Deliver safe, quality client care as prescribed in the clients care plan. All client services are delivered in a culturally appropriate and sensitive way Work alongside and support the care team Develop and maintain effective relationships with clients and their families and staff Main duties include: Support individual, personal and social needs of clients Assist clients with personal care such as showering, dressing, grooming, feeding, transportation and social support services. Effective cleaning of the facility and resident rooms. Washing and laundry services Assist clients with nutrition and hydration needs and meal preparation and delivery. Actively participate in care plan development, client assessments and documenting client services and progress. Provide Community Home Care services   To be successful you’ll have: A positive hands-on approach to your role with a focus on delivering safe, high quality client care and client focused customer service. A commitment to workplace, health and safety requirements, Strong written, oral and interpersonal skills, Efficient time management and organisational skills 2+ years similar experience in Aged Care Flexibility to work various shifts in a 24/7 Aged care facility About the benefits: Competitive salary 6 weeks annual leave with 17.5% loading, Full time, fixed term contract (common law), with the opportunity of extension, Salary packaging up to $18,550 per FBT year to reduce tax and increase your take home pay, $1,500 reimbursement for relocation/repatriation expenses for personal effects, Subsidised, fully furnished single or couple accommodation provided Be part of a busy, welcoming community Ability to increase pay by working a variety of shifts across a 24/7 roster Essential Licences/ Clearances prior to commencement Obtain and maintain Northern Land Council Work Permit (with assistance) Obtain Police Clearance Check and working with children clearance (Ochre Card) Hold a current NT Driver’s Licence Be an Australian or New Zealand resident or citizen Proof of immunisations required as a health care worker Cert iii or iv in Individual Support or Aged Care For general information and a copy of the Position Description/ Selection Criteria, please contact the Recruitment Officer via  recruitment@thamarrurr.org.au   Applications should include a resume outlining your previous experience and contact details of at least two (2) referees. The application form will include these questions: How many years' experience do you have in Aged Care or similar role? When could you start the new role? Have you previously lived in a remote community? What attracts you to working in a remote location?
Thamarrurr Development Corporation Remote (Wadeye NT, Australia)
21 Feb, 2020
Full time
THAMARRURR DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD Move your career into new territory – the Northern Territory! Endorsed Enrolled Nurse – Aged Care   About our Organisation: Thamarrurr Development Corporation Ltd (TDC) based at Wadeye, is a not-for-profit corporate entity, owned by members of the Wangka, Tjanpa and Lirga peoples. TDC has been established by the 20 clans of the Thamarrurr Region to represent them in relation to business, socio-economic development, employment and training. As an indigenous owned entity, TDC is the appointed voice for people of the region, as they strive for economic independence and freedom from reliance on welfare and government supports.   The Wadeye Community, (formerly Pt Keats) NT, is located in the Western Daly River region – an area rich in cultures, wildlife and ecosystems.  Wadeye is the Territory’s 6th most populous towns and one of Australia’s largest remote indigenous communities.