Join the professional and talented team working to make lives extraordinary.

Join the professional and talented team working to make lives extraordinary.
Bayley is a rewarding workplace. Our community thrives on the talents and skills of 138 staff from a diverse range of backgrounds and professional expertise.
Bayley is strongly committed to attracting and retaining the highest quality staff. This is demonstrated in our flexible work practices and commitment to work-life balance. Our staff turnover rate is almost half the industry average.
We invest in our people. Regular professional development opportunities ensure all staff are well-equipped in their roles and supported in their career progression. Placements of tertiary students ensure a constant flow of new talent and expertise.
Staff also benefit from access to an Employee Assistance Program and have the opportunity to salary package.
To enquire about working at Bayley, email HR@bayleyhouse.org.au or call 03 9982 1500.
Staff Testimonials
“I love my job at Bayley House, as no two days are the same, and being able to help make a difference in people’s lives, no matter how small, is immensely satisfying.”
Birgit
“I feel fortunate to work in such a warm and welcoming environment where laughter abounds. Bayley House affords me the opportunity to tap into my own interests and skills set and its a privilege to be a part of a passionate, supportive, diverse and dedicated staff team.”
Matt
“I love working at Bayley House because I get to see the lovely, smiling faces of all the people we support. It is great to see over the years individuals becoming more receptive and opening up socially. I value the fact that I am part of an organisation where my input makes a difference to people’s lives.”
Angela

Jobs at Bayley

Bayley is a rewarding workplace. Our community thrives on the talents and skills of 138 staff from a diverse range of backgrounds and professional expertise.

Bayley is strongly committed to attracting and retaining the highest quality staff. This is demonstrated in our flexible work practices and commitment to work-life balance. Our staff turnover rate is almost half the industry average.

We invest in our people. Regular professional development opportunities ensure all staff are well-equipped in their roles and supported in their career progression. Placements of tertiary students ensure a constant flow of new talent and expertise.

Staff also benefit from access to an Employee Assistance Program and have the opportunity to salary package.

To enquire about working at Bayley, email HR@bayleyhouse.org.au or call 03 9982 1500.

Vacancies

Accommodation Support Officer

The Opportunity

Due to growth we have a great new opportunity for an experienced Support Officer to provide daily support to the General Manager Accommodation Options as well as working directly with clients and their families on Behaviour Support Plans (BSPs).

The establishment of and the renewal of these plans is critical to ensure the smooth delivery of the services needed to the clients so that their opportunities are maximised to allow them to live full and self-directed lives.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Working with the clients and their family to establish, update/renew BSP’s
  • Complete the associated administrative tasks to support Finance and NDIS billing
  • Assist with the transition of clients into the Accommodation Options service as required
  • Review NDIS plan register and notify relevant stakeholders when plans are due.
  • Assist with Short Stay Accommodation administration
  • Preparation of new residential agreements
  • Assist GM in the preparation of business cases
  • Preparation of statistics and reports as required to meet regulations and adhoc requests

About You

To be considered for this position you will have significant experience working within the disability sector, including a comprehensive knowledge of the Disability Act, NDIS and other relevant legislation and standards. You will also demonstrate that you have:

  • A comprehensive knowledge of the NDIS planning and assessment processes.
  • Experience using the CMS Support Ability would be a great advantage
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to collaborate effectively with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Ability to network and develop and maintain relationships with Service Providers and advocacy groups.
  • Demonstrated ability to identify support needs and/or service gaps, plan for future needs, and explore innovative, cost effective strategies to meet these needs.
  • Ability to maintain appropriate records with excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability to collate and extract reporting data and meet reporting requirements.
  • The right to work in Australia
  • Completed the NDIS Worker Orientation Module “Quality, Safety and You” qualification or willingness to obtain
  • A current First Aid and CPR Certificate, Driver’s Licence

Interested?

Please submit your Resume and Cover Letter to Joanne Sellman at jsellman@bayleyhouse.org.au outlining why you would like to work as an Accommodation Support Officer at Bayley House.

The position is subject to a satisfactory police check, DWES check, and Pre-Employment Health Declaration.

Closing date for applications is Thursday 24th October 2019

Disability Support Professionals for High Support and Complex Needs Clients (running activity-based programs)

In this role, based at our Brighton campus, you will assist with all aspects of program coordination, from identifying participant goals through to developing, running and evaluating programs for our participants in our High Support and Complex Needs Area.

Day-to-day you will also assist with personal care needs, administering medication, assisting with meal preparation and maintaining records such as support profiles and incident reports.

Currently we are looking for experienced disability professionals to run art, cooking, water relaxation, individual activities and literacy programs.

About you (selection criteria):

You are passionate about supporting people with a disability and have a broad range of sector experience, including:

  • End-to-end program coordination running a range of programs including art, cooking, water relaxation and/or literacy programs. Including programs for participants with complex needs
  • A good understanding of Disability Services legislation and best practice (e.g. person-centred active support)
  • Expertise in support a wide range of communication, mobility and daily living support requirements
  • Experience in Alternative and Augmentative Communication (ACC), including use of Switches, Eye Gaze, POD books, Ipads, Boardmaker and a range of communication methods suitable for individuals with little or no speech
  • Experience in PEG Support, Catheter care, Epilepsy Management and medication administration
  • Experience and willingness to undertake a range of day-to-day tasks including maintaining records, assisting with meal preparation, administering medication and personal care
  • The ability to liaise with a broad range of people including management, other staff, clients and their families
  • Strong time management, administration and written skills;
  • The ability to work with limited supervision both independently and as part of a team
  • Minimum of Certificate IV in Disability Services or equivalent qualification (e.g. special education) will be highly regarded
  • NDIS Worker Orientation Module “Quality, Safety and You” qualification is mandatory
  • Current First Aid Certificate, CPR, Driver’s License, and Police Check, or willingness to obtain prior to commencement

Currently we have full time, part time and casual roles available.

To apply, please email your resume and a brief cover letter to Renae Cummins rcummins@bayleyhouse.org.au.

Your cover letter must outline what attracts you to working at Bayley House and how you meet our selection criteria. Please outline whether you are applying for a full time, part time or casual position.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 31st October 2019. 

If you have any questions about the roles please contact Renae Cummins, Program Manager on 9982 1500

The position is subject to a satisfactory Police Check, Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme (DWES) check and Pre-Employment Health Declaration prior to employment. 

More information about the Scheme is available at: http://providers.dhhs.vic.gov.au/disability-worker-exclusion-scheme

Staff Testimonials

“I love my job at Bayley House, as no two days are the same, and being able to help make a difference in people’s lives, no matter how small, is immensely satisfying.”
Birgit

“I feel fortunate to work in such a warm and welcoming environment where laughter abounds. Bayley House affords me the opportunity to tap into my own interests and skills set and its a privilege to be a part of a passionate, supportive, diverse and dedicated staff team.”
Matt

“I love working at Bayley House because I get to see the lovely, smiling faces of all the people we support. It is great to see over the years individuals becoming more receptive and opening up socially. I value the fact that I am part of an organisation where my input makes a difference to people’s lives.”
Angela

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