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Disability Support Worker
  • Disability & Aged Care Services
  • Casual and contract position to permanent part-time positions
  • Both in the community and in residential settings across Canberra

Disability & Aged Care Services

Disability Support Worker

CatholicCare's Disability & Aged Care Services has exciting opportunities for Disability Support Workers, from casual and contract position to permanent part-time positions both in the community and in residential settings across Canberra. The aim of these roles is to support people with disabilities to live independent and active lives within the community. Disability Support Workers are required to provide support in the areas of personal care, domestic assistance, social support and transport, with a focus on building on the individual's skills and abilities.

Minimum qualifications include a Certificate III Disability Work or equivalent, and experience in working with individuals with a disability. All positions involve shift work, sleepover shifts and some weekend work is also available. First Aid Certificate and Drivers Licence are required for this position.

Successful individuals will be paid at a level 2-3 of the CatholicCare Enterprise Agreement.

Applications close Friday the 29thof March 2013.

 Please contact Ilona Wickham

Tel: 02 6163 7678
Fax:02 6163 7676


for further information and to obtain the Selection criteria for this role.  Information packages relating to the job below may be accessed at www.catholiccare.cg.org.au  Selection Criteria must be addressed and can be posted to PO Box 3167 MANUKA ACT 2603 or emailed to ilona.wickham@catholiccare.cg.org.au

Reference number: Disability Support Worker

Disability Support Worker

Part Time

Aged Care Jobs

Support Workers

9% Superannuation & Salary Sacrifice Package

Canberra / All Canberra

Only People with the right to work in Australia / New Zealand may apply for this position.

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