Care Coordinator- Maternity Leave Contract


  • Full Time
  • Adelaide
  • This position has been filled

Website Australian Carers

Maternity Leave Contract : maintained company vehicle provided

About Us
Australian Carers is an organization dedicated to filling the gap in NDIS agencies by prioritizing participant-focused care. Operating from a person-centered, strengths-based approach, we ensure quality support and consistency for both our clients and staff. As a proud NDIS registered provider, we collaborate closely with our clients to achieve their unique goals and aspirations.

About the Role

We are currently seeking a quality-focused, dedicated, and committed individual to join our care team for an 11-month maternity leave contract. The role of Care Coordinator involves overseeing, supervising, and supporting our support workers to ensure a high standard of care for our participants. Additionally, this role will involve actively engaging with participants to gather feedback, ensuring that our services consistently meet their needs and expectations. On-call duties one weekend per month are also required.

About You

Critical to success in this role is the ability to build respectful, positive relationships with both clients and support workers. The successful applicant will demonstrate strong communication skills, establishing and maintaining professional boundaries and rapport with participants. Experience in a clinical or support environment is highly regarded.

Highly competitive remuneration package, including a maintained company vehicle and all necessary technology for the role.

Opportunity to work in a team environment alongside dedicated individuals.

CBD-based office, with community-based work involved.

Strong focus on staff development.

Your application

Please attach a cover letter addressing the Position Description to Ellie Grantham, South Australian State Manager, and include a current resume with the names of two professional referees.

Sydney | Adelaide | Perth | Rockhampton

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