Community Support Services (Personal Care Worker)
Part Time position available 48 hours per FN
Western District Health Service is a leading and innovative sub-regional health service providing a comprehensive range of acute inpatient services, residential aged care and primary and community health services.
Hamilton, located 3.5 hours from Melbourne, and on the doorstep of the majestic Grampians National Park, is the hub of a large agricultural region and the centre of the shire for business, commerce, education, health, cultural and recreational facilities. Learn more – Visit Hamilton
You will be working alongside experienced, passionate leadership peers who are true to our values of Integrity, Innovation, Collaboration, Accountability, Respect and Empathy.
About the role
Western District Health Service (WDHS) is seeking applications from people interested in pursuing or continuing a career providing personal care services. As a Community Support Worker you will provide support to maintain and improve clients’ and carers’ quality of life through the provision of a practical range of direct practical assistance in clients’ homes.
This is an exciting and important opportunity to join the WDHS team and assist members of the community with their personal care and tasks of living independently in their own homes.
For further details please see the position description (Personal Care)
Closing date , Sunday 12th March 2023
Applications will be assessed as they are received and interviews arranged as soon as practical following application assessment.
Depending on the position the successful applicant will hold, or be able to obtain, a Police Criminal Check, employee Victorian Working with Children Check and be willing to undertake a Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme check. Current immunisation records/evidence is required, including COVID and Booster requirements
Western District Health Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer that has a commitment to cultural safety, inclusion and empowerment of Indigenous, Torres Strait Islander, their families and communities and encourages them to apply. This organisation promotes the safety and wellbeing of children from culturally, linguistically diverse and aboriginal backgrounds and those with a disability.