Uniting

Healthcare & Social Assistance

Uniting is responsible for social justice, community services and chaplaincy work of the Uniting Church in NSW and the ACT, providing care and support for people through all ages and stages of life and with a focus on people experiencing disadvantage and vulnerability.

Our purpose is to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

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1,400+ Volunteers
550+ Services
1920 Founded

Life at Uniting

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Uniting is passionate about helping people lead happy, healthy lives and we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We’re always looking to grow our team of like-minded employees and volunteers.

Our work is in the areas of aged care, disability, community and family services, early learning and chaplaincy, and we get involved in social justice and advocacy issues that impact the people we serve. Every day, our services touch the lives of thousands of Australians. From early childhood education and care, services for vulnerable families, children and young people, aged care and people living with a disability – we are for everyone. If you believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place, we encourage you to find your next role with Uniting.

Welcoming you exactly as you are

We celebrate diversity of ability, age, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, intersex variation and/or gender identity and welcome everyone, exactly as they are.

Uniting is an Equal Opportunity Employer that promotes a positive work environment free from discrimination. Our Aboriginal Service Development Unit has established a set of delivery principles to ensure our services are accessible, welcoming and culturally supportive for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Working to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice brings its own rewards.

But there’s more.

You’ll have access to a range of exciting initiatives and opportunities. Training and Development We take pride in developing the capability of our people.

You’ll be encouraged to apply a ratio of 70% on-the-job learning opportunities, 20% mentoring and coaching and 10% formal training offerings. This helps to ensure your learning is practically applied and sustainably embedded over the course of your career with us.

Career progression

We are a broad organisation with a wide range of services allowing for vertical and horizontal career progress. You can expect technical and soft-skills training, accredited qualifications and leadership development.

Social Justice

Uniting is responsible for the social justice, community services and chaplaincy work of the Uniting Church in NSW and the ACT, providing care and support for people through all ages and stages of life and with a focus on people experiencing disadvantage and vulnerability.

Diverse and Inclusive

No matter your story, language, faith or cultural background, we want you to feel accepted at Uniting. We value and celebrate your cultural diversity and welcome you exactly as you are.

Locations

We’re the largest not-for-profit provider of aged care services in NSW and the ACT so we have many locations that provide the right care in the right places.

Research and Innovation

Knowledge is important at Uniting. That’s why we employ a dedicated team of researchers and social policy analysts. Our research and social policy team work with our services to identify how we can create a more inclusive, connected and just community.

Recognition and accreditation

Our various awards and official accreditations acknowledge our diverse, like-minded and supportive team culture. We care about our people and have created a safe and secure environment in which you can thrive.

Our Services

Aged care services

We’re the largest not-for-profit provider of aged care services in NSW and the ACT, with more than 100 years’ experience providing the best aged care possible. From helping you live independently at home or in our retirement villages to providing 24/7 care at our residential aged care homes, our services are designed to give you the support you need – where and when you need it.

Retirement and Independent living

Our Independent living villages, retirement villages and lifestyle villages cater to people aged 55 and over.

Early learning and childcare

Our engaging, inclusive programs inspire a love for learning that children will carry with them into the future. We encourage unique ideas, interests and strengths, and promote the creativity, connections, confidence and skills to help them reach their full potential.

Disability support services

We design support services around you, focussing on understanding what you want to achieve.

Our supports are designed to cater to the individual’s needs – from drop-in services that promote community interaction and participation, to 24/7 support for those with complex needs.

Children and young people

We stand by children and young people who have lived through trauma, loss and separation. Our services focus on prevention and early intervention, homelessness services, counselling out-of-home care and disability. Our aim is to keep communities and families strong and keep children out of the child protection system.

Families

We offer over 80 programs that stretch from prevention to early intervention, community development, child wellbeing and protection to counselling and mediation. All our programs promote healthy relationships, encourage positive change through education and learning, and build strong, resilient communities.

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Local Area Coordinator – Northern Sydney

Find your next role with Uniting. Together, we can create a better future for the people and communities we serve, and for you.

December 28, 2021
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War Memorial Hospital Ward Clerk

This role provides administrative and clerical services to the inpatient ward, as directed by the Nurse Unit Manager.

October 11, 2021
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Psychologist or Social Worker or RN – 4 Months contract – Chatswood

4 months Full time - Psychologist, Social Worker, Registered Nurse, Occupational Therapist - Youth enhanced Support Service - Now Open

October 27, 2021
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Caseworker – Intensive Family Preservation Program

Provide long term, culturally responsive case work to support the Intensive Family Preservation Program in the South West Sydney region.

December 28, 2021
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Asset Manager -Location flexible Sydney or Central Coast

Member of the Uniting Leadership team and responsible for the operational efficiency and realise income potential of Uniting’s properties.

October 15, 2021
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Trainers – Aged Care – 3 months – ABN contractor

Based in Parramatta there will be some travel around NSW and ACT, the role will be responsible for training a range of programs to meet the needs of the Uniting business.

October 22, 2021
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Homemaker – Cert IV Aged Care / Endorsed Enrolled Nurse

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Homemaker (Cert IV Aged Care or Endorsed Enrolled Nurse) to join Uniting Caroona in Goonellabah, NSW, on a permanent part time basis.

October 28, 2021
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Registered Nurse | The Garrison – Mosman

The Garrison in Mosman is looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join the team and assist in providing the best care for our residents on a part time permanent basis.

October 26, 2021
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Team Leader – Northern Sydney Aged Care

A leadership position providing guidance and support to a team of Support Workers across the Northern Sydney Region.

December 28, 2021
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Local Area Coordinator – Nepean Blue Mountains (Penrith)

Find your next role with Uniting. Together, we can create a better future for the people and communities we serve, and for you.

December 28, 2021
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Local Area Coordinator – Northern Sydney

Healthcare & Social Assistance

Location:
North Shore and Northern Beaches,Sydney CBD,
Closing:
December 28, 2021
Job Refrence:
  • Join an innovative customer centric not-for-profit organisation
  • Do you want to make a difference in your community?
  • Do you have great customer service skills?
  • Are you looking to re-enter the workforce or looking for a rewarding and challenging new career?
  • If you have answered yes to any of the above, please apply now!

About Uniting

At Uniting, we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice. Our focus is always on the people we serve, no matter where they are at in their life.

About Local Area Coordination Partners in the Community (PITC) Program

The NDIS Partners in the Community Program for Local Area Coordination (LAC) Services works in partnership with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to assist people with disability, their families and carers to achieve tangible outcomes, exercise choice and control and engage with the National Disability Insurance Schemes (NDIS).

Uniting LAC support people aged 7-65 who have NDIS plans and are eligible for the Scheme, as well as connect people, who are not eligible for the Scheme, to services and supports in their local community.

Uniting is delivering Local Area Coordination in the local communities across the Northern Sydney Service Area (Pymble).

Role Responsibilities:

  • Working with people with disability, their families and carers at all stages of the customer journey
  • Working with people to build their individual capacity
  • Connecting people to services and supports in their local community
  • Maintain data integrity

Benefits & Culture:

Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer who supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as well as people with a disability are encouraged to apply.

  • Salary packaging (visit https://accesspay.com.au/ for more information)
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Paid travel entitlements
  • Staff discounts with major retailers
  • Diversity and Inclusion peer support groups
  • Ongoing training and mentoring so you can continue to improve and learn new skills
  • An accessible employee assistance program to support your wellbeing
  • Further career development opportunities

How to apply:

Please read the position description attached below for more information about the role and ensure you address all of the selection criteria when applying.

Position Description:  LAC_Local Area Coordinator.pdf

Employment with Uniting LAC Program is subject to satisfactory background checks which include Working with Children Check clearance, Reference Checks, State and National Police Checks and entry level checks conducted by Services Australia.

More information about Uniting LAC Careers can be found here in our video: Uniting LAC Careers – “We are you”

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December 28, 2021

War Memorial Hospital Ward Clerk

Healthcare & Social Assistance

Location:
Eastern Suburbs,
Closing:
October 11, 2021
Job Refrence:

War Memorial Hospital (WMH) is a 3rd Schedule Aged Rehabilitation hospital, situated in Waverley, owned and operated by Uniting and part of the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD). Services are comprised of 24 hour inpatient care, Monday to Friday outpatient departments, several specialist community teams inclusive of Transitional Aged Care, Aged Care Assessment Team, Geriatric Flying Squad, Young Onset Dementia, 7 day a week day centre, 24 hour accommodation service for regional guests and the full range of hospital support services. It is set within beautiful tranquil grounds and is a well-supported team environment.

This role provides administrative and clerical services to the inpatient ward, as directed by the Nurse Unit Manager. This includes prompt, efficient, and professional customer oriented telephone and reception service to internal and external clients, staff and visitors. The role assists with record keeping, data collection and data entry, including the use of iPM, EMR, IIMS, MAC and other relevant programs. The role also assists with maintaining administrative resources and office co-ordination. The role works across the 35 bed unit, covering 2 floors, interacting with aged patients and their families.

This position is a full time permanent role. The successful applicant will be required to work Mon-Fri from 08:00-16:30.

Selection Criteria:

1. Experience in a variety of clerical positions including reception, word processing, data entry, filing, faxing, scanning, etc.

2. Demonstrated ability to plan, organise, and problem solve within a team environment and with indirect supervision

3. Excellent interpersonal communication skills including both verbal and written

4. Demonstrated ability to prioritise workload and deal with multiple demands

5. Demonstrated commitment to provision of quality customer service to both internal and external customers with respect and understanding of the elderly and aged care.

6. Demonstrated experience or commitment to learn MS Office suite and healthcare databases

7. Demonstrated experience in frontline reception duties with highly developed telephone skills

Enquiries to: Jodie Wason, Nurse Unit Manager

jodie.wason@health.nsw.gov.au

(02) 9369 0249

Position Description:   PD_Ward Clerk_Sept 2021.pdf

Applications Guide:  WMH Application Guide with forms_Apr 2021.pdf

Applications Close: 11.30pm, Monday 11th October 2021

WMH is proudly committed to the provision of environmentally sustainable health services. WMH operates under Uniting’s values and Code of Conduct, which employees are committed to uphold. It is important that the people who work at Uniting have a sense of commitment to our purpose. We are an equal opportunity employer and we select staff based on merit and experience. Uniting supports an inclusive approach in the workplace.

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October 11, 2021

Psychologist or Social Worker or RN – 4 Months contract – Chatswood

Healthcare & Social Assistance

Location:
North Shore and Northern Beaches,
Closing:
October 27, 2021
Job Refrence:

Youth Enhanced Support Service (YESS) of Uniting provides early intervention and wrap-around mental health services to young people with the aim of minimising the impact and distress caused by the experience of early onset severe or complex mental health conditions to young people and their families.  

  • Psychologist, Occupational Therapist, Social Worker, Registered Nurse
  • Full time until 28 February 2022 in Chatswood
  • Attractive rates + Generous salary packaging benefits

Role Overview:

This role is responsible for the provision of comprehensive, evidence-based clinical care coordination, psychological and psychosocial interventions to clients facing forensic difficulties or/and young people accessing the service consistent with the model of care. The Clinician will be responsible for individual and group-based therapy. They will support consumers in their psychosocial recovery aiming to optimise functioning of RACF residents to continue living with dignity

As the Clinician, your role will include but not limited to:

  • Work as a part of the multi-disciplinary team to ensure timely access for young people and families
  • Provide comprehensive early intervention and care co-ordination to young people to assist them in achieving the goals and actions outlined in their care/management plan
  • To participate in clinical review and supervision, ensuring service standards are met

Approved tertiary qualifications in Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Psychology or Social Work with full registration with AHPRA or eligible for membership with the AASW, or equivalent and relevant to the field of work

Position Criteria:

Qualifications:

Approved tertiary qualifications in Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Psychology or Social Work with full registration with AHPRA or eligible for membership with the AASW, or equivalent and relevant to the field of work

Experience:

Typically this role will require 2-5 or more years’ experience of clinical practice field (excluding placements) within the mental health providing high quality triage, assessment and evidence based psychological interventions where required. You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be organised, systematic, thorough, accurate and disciplined. You will be continuing to develop in your area of expertise and be expected to provide innovative ideas to solve problems in your discipline. It is expected that you will possess good skills at navigating a complex organisation, forging relationships, and managing through influence rather than direct authority as required.
• Willingness to work independently or with professional supervision from more senior members of the profession or health team when performing novel, complex, or critical tasks
• Demonstrated ability to provide high quality assessment and evidence based functional recovery and psychological interventions, within a stress-vulnerability and recovery framework for young people
• Contribute to the evaluation and analysis of guidelines, policies and procedures applicable to their clinical/professional work and may be required to contribute to the supervision of discipline specific students
• Demonstrated ability to collaboratively plan and coordinate a comprehensive bio-psycho-social approach and interventions to meet the needs of clients.
• A high level of interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal), problem solving and demonstrated ability to consult, liaise and negotiate within a multidisciplinary team.
• Demonstrated a commitment to continuing professional development and may have contributed to workplace education through clinical supervision, training and education through the provision of seminars, lectures or in-services
• Knowledge of relevant legislation such as the Mental Health Act (2007) and the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act (1998) and other relevant legislation
• Ability to use relevant information technology, electronic recording systems and data management tools
• An understanding of recovery model principles and ability to implement these in clinical practice
• Ability to effectively engage consumers and their families, as well as other stakeholders, including the ability to be creative and flexible
• Demonstrated ability to collaboratively plan and deliver individualised psychological interventions to meet the needs of consumers based on a case formulation approach
• Current NSW Driver’s license and Current Working with Children’s Check

Even better:
Experience in the non-for-profit sector

To Apply, click the Apply button & attach your Resume and Cover Letter addressing the Position criteria.

What we offer:

An attractive salary with generous NFP salary packaging benefits, along with professional development and training opportunities in a friendly work environment.

This is your opportunity to promote hope and recovery in peoples lives!

Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted and must be prepared to undergo a Criminal Check and Working with Children Check.

Enquiries only to rrivera@uniting.org . To Apply do not email cv but click Apply button. Ref 496972

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October 27, 2021

Caseworker – Intensive Family Preservation Program

Healthcare & Social Assistance

Location:
South West and M5 Corridor,
Closing:
December 28, 2021
Job Refrence:

At Uniting, we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront justice. Our focus is on the people we serve, no matter where they are at in their life.

About the Opportunity

We are currently seeking an experienced and dedicated Caseworker to join our “Intensive Family Preservation Program” based in South West Sydney (Campbelltown, Camden, Wingecarribee and Wollondilly).

As a Case Worker your role will be responsible for providing assessment, Intensive Home Visiting, crisis management and longer term casework as per the Homebuilders Model to the families at high risk of having their children removed into care for the protective concerns or having their children restored to their care.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide intake and assessment of families into the program.
  • Provide planning support and structure to the safety of children and young people.
  • Assess the crisis the family is facing and establish an intervention involving Intensive Home Visiting
  • Assist families to formulate and achieve goals that are child focused
  • Facilitate the development and implementation of case plans with families
  • Provide evidence based parent education programs to families
  • Be available to participate on an on-call roster

What you need to succeed:

  • Relevant tertiary level qualifications including social sciences, welfare or other areas of study relevant to the role
  • Minimum of 2 years’ relevant experience in the child protection sector
  • Demonstrated understanding of child protection issues and the ability to identify, assess and address these worries with families.
  • Ability to work in partnership with families to achieve their goals, using a variety of evidence based intervention strategies.
  • Experience working with families experiencing domestic violence.
  • Experience in supporting Aboriginal families in providing culturally safe and sensitive interventions.
  • Experience in engaging successfully with families from CALD backgrounds.
  • Medium level proficiency in MS Office (particularly Outlook, MS Word and Excel).
  • Flexibility and willingness to work out of hours and be on an on-call roster.
  • Current driver’s license and willingness to transport families in company vehicles. 
  • Comply with NSW Working with Children Check and National Police History Check requirements. 
  • Understanding of EEO, OH&S and cultural issues.

To express your interest, please provide a cover letter addressing “What you need to succeed” as part of your application.

What we offer in return:

  • Salary-packaging options
  • Wellbeing programs 
  • Learning and development opportunities 
  • Diverse and inclusive workplace
  • Regular supervision, support and team meetings

Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks, which include National Police Checks, Working with Children Checks and Reference Checks.

For more information about the role, please contact Soraya Kauhiva – Talent Acquisition Specialist on skauhiva@uniting.org

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December 28, 2021

Asset Manager -Location flexible Sydney or Central Coast

Healthcare & Social Assistance

Location:
Central Coast,
Closing:
October 15, 2021
Job Refrence:

About Uniting: At Uniting we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. we work to inspire people, enliven communities, and confront injustice. Our focus is always on the people we serve.

As an organisation we are Imaginative, Respectful, Compassionate, and Bold.

About the role:

This full time, permanent position is a member of the Uniting Leadership team and is responsible for the operational efficiency and to realise income potential of Uniting’s properties by providing input to local property asset strategies, ensuring properties have optimum functionality, appropriate security, cost efficiency and compliance with Workplace Health and Safety

To enable care and accommodation services to be provided in a safe, sustainable and home-like environment through the timely management of planned and unplanned asset maintenance, minor capital works and refurbishments and by reporting on KPIs for efficiency and strategic alignment.

As the Asset Manager, your role specifically will:

  • Provide efficient and effective management of the Property team
  • Prepare and implement Asset Management Plans Provide strategic and expert management that results in optimal building and asset performance Identify and implement income and asset enhancement opportunities
  • Develop and nurture relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Ensure optimal building and asset performance
  • Work in support of other Uniting functions and teams to foster coordination across the organisation, avoiding duplication, standardizing on efficient processes and delivering continuous improvement
  • Manage delivery of specific projects within the Business Plans
  • Develop the culture and operation of the local Property & Housing team

About you:

You’ll play a key management role as a member of the Property & Housing Team in:

 

  • Developing a stronger and more unified Uniting
  • Defining the priorities and appropriate outcomes for the Property team and your specific areas of accountability
  • Working with your colleagues to translate Business Stream strategies into regional and/or local plans and tactics, thereby ensuring a consistency in co-ordination and that performance is maximised

 

The ideal candidate has exceptional communication, negotiation, and influencing skills with high-level stakeholder engagement capability. You are highly motivated, anticipating future trends, and their commercial opportunities. You will represent and advocate for the Uniting brand, reputation, and social justice externally. You excel at people leadership, building diverse, highly engaged teams with the morale and capability to cope with change effectively. You have a natural ability to clearly delegate and assign responsibility, evaluating performance along the way.

You will understand the changing market landscape and positions for Uniting growth and make effective commercial decisions with information, time, and resources available.

Experience:

  • 4 years in similar role
  • Facilities Management skills and experience 
  • Detailed knowledge and understanding of legislation that relates to buildings, workplace health and safety.
  • Knowledge of relevant building codes, planning regulations and aged care regulations.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage programs of capital work.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain buildings and equipment to be compliant with legislation and / or corporate standards.
  • Demonstrated ability to assess and mitigate risk in a physical asset environment.
  • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated written, analytic, numeric and oral presentation skills.
  • Demonstrated experience managing both internal employees and external suppliers
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver high level Asset Management balancing risk, financial performance and value protection to achieve best practice results for an organisation
  • Skilled at navigating a complex organization, forging relationships, and managing through influence rather than direct authority as required

Even better:

  • Qualification in a relevant field
  • Not for profit, aged care or housing sector experience

If this challenging role is the one you have been waiting for, we are keen to receive your application as soon as possible.  A comprehensive CV along with a cover letter outlining your suitability according to the position description (click the below link to access)

Please do take a look at Uniting, you might be surprised to learn how far and wide our numerous service streams reach. We are a highly respected NFP organisation (the one with the rainbow tick) We are recognised as an Employer of Choice with a combined workforce of over 10,000 superb, dedicated employees and volunteers. Check us out at  www.uniting.org

Uniting actively contributes to a safe and supportive working environment that is inclusive of all staff through celebrating their nationality, cultural background, LGBTI status, abilities, gender, age, and uniqueness.

This role offers a highly attractive competitive remuneration, salary packaging benefits, and the opportunity to really make a positive difference to the lives of others.

Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which will include a national Police check, working with children check, working with vulnerable people check and reference checks.

 

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October 15, 2021

Trainers – Aged Care – 3 months – ABN contractor

Healthcare & Social Assistance

Location:
Parramatta and Western Suburbs,
Closing:
October 22, 2021
Job Refrence:

At Uniting, our services are in the areas of aged care and disability, community services, and chaplaincy and we get involved in social justice and advocacy issues that impact the people we serve.

About the role

Based in Parramatta or Pitt Street with some travel around NSW and ACT you will be responsible for training a range of programs to meet the needs of the Uniting business.

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Focus on Certificate III Individual Support and related courses
  • Plan and train clinical and non-clinical training materials
  • Deliver accredited and non-accredited training programs
  • Ensure services are delivered in line with stakeholder requirements

Qualifications and experience:

  • RN, aged care, dementia and palliative care experience
  • Registered Nurse with Training and Assessors qualifications
  • Exposure to health, ageing or community services preferably in a clinical setting
  • Experience in writing and delivering training and developing programs
  • Able to manage a number of projects at once, utlising your resources effectively

We believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

We are bold, imaginative, respectful and compassionate.

Further to this we offer:

  • Competitive hourly rate
  • Vibrant team culture working alongside like-minded individuals
  • Chance to deliver significant organisational change
  • Work within an organisation that has a positive impact on our clients

Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which may include a national Police check, working with children check, working with vulnerable people check and reference checks.

Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer. Uniting supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. We celebrate our diversity and welcome staff regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity, and lifestyle choices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply

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October 22, 2021

Homemaker – Cert IV Aged Care / Endorsed Enrolled Nurse

Healthcare & Social Assistance

Location:
Lismore and Far North Coast,
Closing:
October 28, 2021
Job Refrence:

About us

At Uniting, we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

Our services are in the areas of aged care and disability, community services, and chaplaincy and we get involved in social justice and advocacy issues that impact the people we serve. We commit to respecting children and take action to keep them safe.

As an organisation we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of lifestyle choices, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity.

We are bold, imaginative, respectful and compassionate.

About the opportunity

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Homemaker (Cert IV Aged Care or Endorsed Enrolled Nurse) to join Uniting Caroona in Goonellabah, NSW, on a permanent part time basis with potential to become permanent very soon. Our Homemakers live and breathe Inspired Care. 

Homemaker will have an important role in providing leadership and supervision to staff and be expected to lead in the provision of quality care to residents by ensuring the delivery of skilled, individualized care to the highest possible professional standard.

Key responsibilities may include:

  • Planning and coordinating daily work activities for self and provide guidance to others to ensure care needs are met, while allowing flexibility in client preferences and choices
  • Demonstrating an understanding to identify and clarify Care Worker responsibility for aspects of care in consultation with the Registered Nurse, Care Coordinator and other members of the health care team
  • Maintaining a continuum of care with key stakeholders
  • Demonstrates the ability to utilize systems and processes that effectively audit, analyse and continuously improve the comprehensive assessment, care planning process and care delivery for each person receiving care

Qualifications

  • Certificate IV in Aged care including required medications skills set or EEN 
  • Current First Aid Certificate
  • Flu Vaccination
  • Medical competency

Skills & experience

  • A good insight into the health, social or aged care services industries
  • Significant Aged Care experience
  • Demonstrated leadership qualities
  • Experience in running a shift
  • Working knowledge of ACFI, Aged Care Accreditation Standards

Benefits & culture

Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer. Uniting supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. We celebrate our diversity and welcome staff regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and lifestyle choices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

  • Ongoing training & development
  • Career development opportunities
  • Salary packaging

For Further Information Contact: Susan Clark on (02) 6698 5685

Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which include a National Police Check and Reference Check.

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October 28, 2021

Registered Nurse | The Garrison – Mosman

Healthcare & Social Assistance

Location:
Eastern Suburbs,New South Wales,
Closing:
October 26, 2021
Job Refrence:

About us

At Uniting, we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

Our services are in the areas of aged care and disability, community services, and chaplaincy and we get involved in social justice and advocacy issues that impact the people we serve. We commit to respecting children and take action to keep them safe.

As an organisation we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of lifestyle choices, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity.

We are bold, imaginative, respectful and compassionate.

About the opportunity

Uniting is seeking an experienced Registered Nurses to work at Uniting The Garrison in Mosman, NSW, on a part time permanent basis.
We want someone who thoroughly enjoys nursing, has excellent clinical skills, can provide engaged leadership and who has a passion for providing exceptional care.

Key responsibilities may include:

  • Excel at contemporary clinical assessment, making the most of funding we receive. You’ll be confident using the ACFI funding recording tool to achieve this.
  • You will oversee the clinical assessment process to ensure that each of our residents’ complex care needs are identified and regularly reviewed, reassessed and updated in their care plan.
  • You’ll advocate with and for our clients and their carers and families to enable choice and decision making that supports independence and quality of life.
  • Your clinical leadership will ensure complex care and specialized nursing services are delivered by appropriately skilled staff under clinically-focused supervision.
  • You’ll support your team by sharing your knowledge, providing mentoring and clinical supervision on shift.

Qualifications

  • Registered Nurse, endorsed by AHPRA
  • Flu vaccination
  • Proof of hours from previous employment

Skills & experience

  • A good understanding of contemporary aged care, clinical practice and clinical leadership in a residential setting
  • Previous experience in the aged care sector and clinical nursing
  • Insight into how relevant state and Commonwealth legislation impacts aged care services
  • A good knowledge of the ACFI funding instrument and aged care accreditation standards
  • Great written documentation and assessment skills

Benefits & culture

Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer. Uniting supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. We celebrate our diversity and welcome staff regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and lifestyle choices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

  • Ongoing training & development
  • Career development opportunities
  • Salary Packaging

For Further Information Contact: Tracy Dickerson on (02) 9978 4300

Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which include a National Police Check and Reference Check.

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October 26, 2021

Team Leader – Northern Sydney Aged Care

Healthcare & Social Assistance

Location:
North Shore and Northern Beaches,
Closing:
December 28, 2021
Job Refrence:

At Uniting, we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

 

About the opportunity

Located in Northern Sydney, an exciting opportunity exists for a Team Leader to join Uniting Home and Community Care on a permanent full-time basis. 

You will be responsible for providing one on one guidance and support to a team of aged care community employees across Northern Sydney. 

Key responsibilities include;

  • Motivating, mentoring and managing a team of Support Workers that provide services to aged care clients in their own home
  • Monitoring the standards of service provided so that staff performance, training and mentoring requirements are adequately monitored and communicated, resulting in job satisfaction and retention of staff
  • Conducting service satisfaction audits in the client homes whilst maintaining the support worker’s confidence

About you

  • Certificate IV in training and assessment
  • Leadership Experience 
  • Scheduling experience within home care 
  • Experience or knowledge of Allied Health or Community Aged Care Services
  • Current First Aid Certificate
  • Current Australian Drivers Licence with access to a fully comprehensive insured vehicle
  • Certificate IV in Home and Community Care, Aged Care, Community Services or equivalent qualification OR working towards (desirable but not essential)

 

Benefits & culture

As an organisation we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply. 

  • Salary packaging entitlements
  • Ongoing training & development
  • Career development opportunities
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Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which includes a National Police Check and Reference Checks.

 

Click Apply below to start your application. 

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December 28, 2021

Local Area Coordinator – Nepean Blue Mountains (Penrith)

Healthcare & Social Assistance

Location:
Blue Mountains,
Closing:
December 28, 2021
Job Refrence:
  • Join an innovative customer centric not-for-profit organisation
  • Do you want to make a difference in your community?
  • Do you have great customer service skills?
  • Are you looking to re-enter the workforce or looking for a rewarding and challenging new career?
  • If you have answered yes to any of the above, please apply now!

About Uniting

At Uniting, we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice. Our focus is always on the people we serve, no matter where they are at in their life.

About Local Area Coordination Partners in the Community (PITC) Program

The NDIS Partners in the Community Program for Local Area Coordination (LAC) Services works in partnership with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to assist people with disability, their families and carers to achieve tangible outcomes, exercise choice and control and engage with the National Disability Insurance Schemes (NDIS).

Uniting LAC support people aged 7-65 who have NDIS plans and are eligible for the Scheme, as well as connect people, who are not eligible for the Scheme, to services and supports in their local community.

Uniting is delivering Local Area Coordination in the local communities across the Nepean Blue Mountains Service Area.

Role Responsibilities:

  • Working with people with disability, their families and carers at all stages of the customer journey
  • Working with people to build their individual capacity
  • Connecting people to services and supports in their local community
  • Maintain data integrity

Benefits & Culture:

Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer who supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as well as people with a disability are encouraged to apply.

  • Salary packaging (visit https://accesspay.com.au/ for more information)
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Paid travel entitlements
  • Staff discounts with major retailers
  • Diversity and Inclusion peer support groups
  • Ongoing training and mentoring so you can continue to improve and learn new skills
  • An accessible employee assistance program to support your wellbeing
  • Further career development opportunities

How to apply:

Please read the position description attached below for more information about the role and ensure you address all of the selection criteria when applying.

Position Description:  LAC_Local Area Coordinator.pdf

Employment with Uniting LAC Program is subject to satisfactory background checks which include Working with Children Check clearance, Reference Checks, State and National Police Checks and entry level checks conducted by Services Australia.

More information about Uniting LAC Careers can be found here in our video: Uniting LAC Careers – “We are you”

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December 28, 2021

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