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

Join our team!

Bayley House 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 House 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 House, email HR@bayleyhouse.org.au or call 03 9982 1500.

Vacancies

Team Leader – Community & Life Skills

Bayley House is proud to announce a new Team Leader structure in its Community & Life Skills day services portfolio. Six Team Leaders will each be responsible for a defined staff team, providing leadership, supervision and delegation to ensure efficient delivery of day programs.

The ideal appointees will be progressive, change-ready and innovative leaders. They will lead by example, articulating and exemplifying the Bayley House vision and culture. Sound business acumen and excellent planning and organisation will be showcased by the incumbent, although s/he will enjoy humanistic connection and foster respect and empathy across all dealings above all else. The Team Leaders will be trusted and respected people whose styles are collaborative and flexible, and who foster a supportive environment and celebrate achievement. Key members of the management team, Team Leaders will operate under limited direction but in collaboration with Program Managers. They each will lead and co-ordinate a team which will deliver a range of activity-based services with a person-centered active support framework.

BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE

The incumbents will have a strong track record of performance in a similar role in a complex environment, having had substantial experience in the provision of ‘active support’ to people with disabilities. Substantial experience in planning, designing, implementing and evaluating programs for individuals is mandatory. Team Leaders will have experience in the interpretation and application of awards, EBAs, policies and procedures and relevant legislation and guidelines. The appointees will possess excellent stakeholder engagement skills, as well as strong planning, organisation and judgment. With a genuine desire to operate within the for-purpose sector, indisputable connection to the mission and values of Bayley House will be essential.

You can apply via seek

Client Services Officer

Bayley House, Client Services Team has full time, permanent position for a person who will provide exceptional accurate support to the team.

In this role you will:

  • Provide support to the Service Agreement Coordinators in relation to establishing, renewing and maintaining service agreements for all our clients in accordance with NDIS rules and regulations
  • Provide Support to the Client Services Manager in relations to billing clients for services.
  • Provide support to the NDIS Supportability Coordination with regards to maintaining the integrity of our Supportability CRM system, assisting with timetabling and recording absences.
  • Develop and initiate measurable improvements to work processes;
  • Assist with the development and refining of tools, procedures and processes;
  • Liaison with NDIS;
  • Maintain business knowledge in a progressive and changing environment, keeping abreast of organisational and external sector changes;
  • Actively seek feedback from stakeholders to improve the support and resources that are made available; and
  • Continue to refine resources to ensure they continue to meet changing business needs.

What we need from you:
To be successful in the role you will have effective internal and external stakeholder engagement skills, a flexible approach to managing your workflow, adaptable to changing priorities, accuracy and an openness and enthusiasm to promote and provide efficiencies.

What skills and attributes we need you to demonstrate the following attributes and skills:

  • 3 years of experience in a similar role
  • Have worked within the Disability services sector or similar
  • Have worked within a Fit for Purpose (Not for Profit) organisation
  • Prior experience in a customer service or finance administration role.
  • Prior experience completing general ledger / bank reconciliations
  • Experience with NDIS (highly regarded)
  • Intermediate to advanced Microsoft Excel skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively in teams across an organisation to deliver shared goals.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead change by displaying openness and resilience, inspiring others to change and acting to make change happen.
  • Demonstrated ability to display business acumen by recognising and seizing opportunities to improve the commercial viability of Bayley House
  • Excellent communication skills, written and oral.
  • Highly organised with great attention to detail and accuracy in work output.
  • Experience with systems highly regarded (including SAP, FIA, SupportAbility, Proda)

Remuneration
You will be paid in accordance to the SCHADS Level 3 base salary commencing at $60,248 pa ($30.49/hr) plus super or higher depending on your previous experience and qualifications. Bayley House offers full salary packaging and a flexible friendly working environment.

For more information or to request a position description contact Human Resources on 9982 1500.

To apply please submit a Cover Letter and Resume via Seek by 5pm on 12 March 2020. Direct applications will not be accepted.

Disability Support Professionals (running activity-based programs)

We are looking for experienced disability professionals to run 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.

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.

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 for participants with complex needs.
  • A good understanding of Disability Services legislation and best practice (e.g. person-centred active support).
  • 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 and part time positions available.

To apply, please sent your cover letter and resume to HR@bayleyhouse.org.au.

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

The closing date for applications is Friday 6th March 2020. 

Casual Bus Driver

We are seeking to appoint a suitably experienced Bus Drivers on a casual basis. In this role you will be responsible for providing a safe and reliable bus service for clients by transporting them from their place of residence to the relevant Bayley House property in the morning and returning clients to their place of residence in the afternoon.

Key Selection Criteria:

  • Available from 7.00AM – 9.30AM & 2.30PM – 5.00PM Monday to Friday to transport clients to or from their place of residence,
  • Ability to cover periods of annual leave for existing drivers,
  • A full Australian Driver’s Licence is essential,
  • Ability to build rapport and support people with an intellectual disability,
  • A flexible, ‘can-do’ attitude and solid problem solving skills,
  • Ability to maintain appropriate records, such as log books and incident reports,
  • An understanding of OH&S requirements, including the safe transportation of clients,
  • Comfortable using a mobile phone, Bluetooth, Sat Nav (maps) and driving in unfamiliar locations,
  • Willingness to undertake all compliance checks including a Police Check and Medical Check and obtain CPR and First Aid Qualifications.

To apply please sent your cover letter and resume to HR@bayleyhouse.org.au.

Your cover letter must outline what attracts you to working at Bayley House and how you meet our selection criteria.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 12th March 2020. 

NDIS Systems Coordinator

Bayley House seeks to appoint a collaborative, open-minded and accountable NDIS Administration Officer. This critical role within the newly-formed Client Services Team will take carriage of the development and maintenance of the Customer Relationship Management system, ‘SupportAbility’, developing and implementing a strong systems ecosystem within Bayley House and partnering across the organisation more broadly to champion and mentor.

Background 

The ideal candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment and have a whole-of-organisation lens, partnering across the organistion broadly as the mainstay of SupportAbility delivering quality services to key stakeholders. Highly organised, technically-minded and with exceptional attention to detail, the incumbent will work very well autonomously and have a natural assured and approachable style. Inspiring others to change and acting to make change happen, s/he will demonstrate an understanding that outstanding and transparent system administration is a pillar of organisational success. Leading change by displaying openness and resilience, a natural aptitude for numeracy will be showcased by incumbent, and s/he may be qualified in same.

Experience

The successful candidate will have a demonstrated history of strategic management of systems administration and developing user standards, backed by sound business acumen. The incumbent will have a strong track record of working collaboratively and cooperatively in teams across an organisation to deliver shared goals. A relevant Certificate IV or above is mandatory, and previous training and capability development experience will be held in high regard. Experience in a not-for-profit environment, especially disability, is preferred. A strong values proposition as to operating within the for-purpose sector will be demonstrated by the successful appointee, as well as an indisputable connection to the mission and values of Bayley House.

You can apply via seek

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

Testimonials Larini

Support staff Laprini

Testimonials Matt

Community development co-ordinator Matt