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.
Disability Support Worker (Casual)
What is the opportunity?
Do you want to make a difference working with a great bunch of staff doing something you are passionate about?
Bayley House is seeking people who are passionate about supporting people with an intellectual disability and have a broad range of sector relevant experience to support residents of our accommodation facilities. You will support residents to be involved in all aspects of daily living, including accessing a range of community services. Day-to-day responsibilities include assisting with personal care work, administering medication and offering support with domestic duties such as assisting with meal preparation and maintaining a clean household.
If you the following Selection Criteria is relevant to you then please get in touch!
Do you have:
- A working knowledge of Disability legislation & the NDIS;
- A demonstrated commitment to using person centred active support principles in all interactions;
- The ability to effectively communicate with a range of people using appropriate written and verbal skills and communication tools;
- Experience with client management, health and well-being reporting (maintaining client records, goals setting, incident reporting, managing medication administration);
- The ability to work in a fast paced environment in a calm manner;
- A certificate IV in Disability and /or equivalent relevant Disability Services experience;
- The NDIS Worker Orientation “Quality, Safety and You” module, or a willingness to obtain prior to commencement;
- A current First Aid certificate and full Australian driver’s licence.
The role requires a satisfactory DWES check and Police Check prior to commencement.
Please apply by emailing your CV and a brief cover letter outlining what attracts you to working at Bayley House and how you meet the Selection Criteria to firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is Tuesday 13th October 2020.
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 DWES Scheme is available at: http://providers.dhhs.vic.gov.au/disability-worker-exclusion-scheme
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”