Who Are We?
Northern Beaches Interchange supports local people with disability and their families ensuring they are empowered and supported to participate fully in community life.
We are committed to a workplace culture that recognises diversity, equity and human rights. We respect and value the contribution of people from all cultures, backgrounds and beliefs, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people and people with disability
As a Support Worker within our team, you will be supporting people in fun and social recreational activities and tailored support opportunities that are facilitated by the NBI team. You will encourage people to build on their strengths and assist them to achieve their goals.
We are currently looking for a number of support workers to join our team that are reliable, flexible and have the availability to work a across a variety of locations in both the 1:1 direct support space in and out of the participants homes including group activities enjoying both indoor and outdoor leisure activities.
- Demonstrated experience in working with people with complex, high support needs
- Willingness to assist with personal care
- Current First Aid Certificate
- Current NSW drivers licence (P2 or above)
- Paid Working With Children Check clearance
- Intermediate computer and digital technology skills
- Previous work or placement experience advantageous but not essential
- Certificate III in Disability or Individual Support (desirable but not essesntial)
Why Work for Us?
This is an opportunity to join a passionate locally connected team that works to enrich the lives of people living with a disability.
In return for your skills and experience you will receive a competitive remuneration package, access to Fitness passport, a rewards and recognition program and the ability to significantly increase your take home pay with not-for profit salary packaging.
To find out more about Northern Beaches Interchange, please visit our website https://www.nbi.org.au
Northern Beaches Interchange welcomes applications from culturally and linguistically diverse candidates, people who may have a disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Applicants must hold a valid Working with Children clearance number and successfully undertake a pre-employment police check.