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Uniting

Healthcare & Medical

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.

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.

Life at Uniting

Work with us

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.

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Senior District Support Officer – LAC NBM

Lead the administrative support for LAC Services across your service area and motivate your team to provide timely, quality and innovative services.

June 30, 2021
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Educator – Condell Park

White Dove Early Learning is seeking an experienced Educator to join the team

September 21, 2021
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Senior Workforce Lead – South Coast

We are looking an experienced Senior Workforce Lead to lead and join the Home and Community Care team in the South Coast region.

September 21, 2021
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Project Officer – Stakeholder Engagement Aboriginal Identified

Work with communities and mainstream services to build awareness and become more inclusive of the needs and aspirations of people with disability.

July 4, 2021
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Director – Burwood PreSchool

We are looking for a caring, nurturing and experienced Early Childhood Teacher to become our nominated Supervisor at Burwood PreSchool

September 21, 2021
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Casual Educator – Bunyarra Early Learning and Salem Early Learning

We are looking for experienced Educators to join our team at the Bunyarra and Salem Early Learning centres.

September 21, 2021
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War Memorial Hospital Speech Pathologist

An excellent opportunity exists for a Speech Pathologist to join the War Memorial Hospital Speech Pathology team in a fixed term contract capacity.

July 11, 2021
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Student Educator – Physiotherapist Level 4

This position has been created to plan, co-ordinate, implement and evaluate effective Physiotherapy education and development initiatives for students, as well as existing staff,

July 4, 2021
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Thomas Bowden Care Service Employee

Uniting Thomas Bowden in Ryde is looking for passionate Care Workers to join the team and assist in providing the best care for our residents.

June 25, 2021
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Civil Chaplain

Uniting is seeking a compassionate Ordained Minister or suitably qualified layperson to fill a full-time Civil Chaplaincy role.

July 8, 2021
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Senior District Support Officer – LAC NBM

Healthcare & Medical

Location:
Blue Mountains,Parramatta and Western Suburbs,
Closing:
June 30, 2021

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 of the Nepean Blue Mountains area.

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.

Role Responsibilities:

• Lead the administrative support for LAC Services across your service area. 
• Motivate your team of Administration Support Officers (ASOs) to provide timely, quality and innovative services consistent with performance expectations
• Support the Service Area Manager with administrative requirements 
• Delivery of exemplary customer service provided by your team through a variety of channels

Are you the person we are looking for?

  • You will have a minimum of two years’ experience supervising a team and a minimum of five years’ experience in office administration and/or customer service roles.
  • You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be organised, systematic, thorough, accurate and disciplined.
  • You will be highly proficient in using Microsoft Office programs such as Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint; and online platforms such as SharePoint.
  • You will operate with a high degree of professionalism and ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality, whilst providing an exemplary level of administrative support for the Service Area Manager.

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 http://www.salary.com.au for more information)
  • Paid travel entitlements
  • Offering ongoing training and mentoring so you can continue to improve and learn new skills
  • An accessible employee assistance program to support your wellbeing
  • Ongoing 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: Download File Senior Administration Support Officer

Closing Date: Wednesday, 30th June 2021

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.

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June 30, 2021

Educator – Condell Park

Healthcare & Medical

Location:
South West and M5 Corridor,
Closing:
September 21, 2021

About the Opportunity

White Dove Early Learning – Condell Park supports families with education and childcare, including a preschool program. We are open long hours for children from birth to five years. 

Our service is located in Condell Park and we celebrate and welcome the wonderful diversity of our children, families and team. Within our warm and welcoming indoor learning spaces and stimulating outdoor environments, every child is valued as an individual with a unique personality, interests and needs, so we can best help them to unlock and achieve their potential while enjoying their time in our care.

An opportunity exists for a Cert lll Educator to join our team at White Dove Early Learning. This is a part-time contract until December 2021, with the possibility for extension.

 Your key duties will include:

  • Being accountable for a room and supervision of children and ensuring their safety
  • Supporting the ongoing development of the children
  • Participating in all aspects of the day to day running of the centre
  • Fostering relationships with families and children throughout the centre

What you need to succeed:

  • Must hold a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
  • Be passionate about working with all age groups.
  • Have a good knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework and the National Quality Framework
  • Have the ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, families and community members
  • Believe in positive team spirit and embrace working in a diverse team
  • Have a sunny personality with a positive attitude.

 

Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer who supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. 

  • Joining a dynamic team of educators and having continual mentoring career development opportunities
  • Opportunity to set goals, and learn and grow together
  • Opportunity for Career progression

 

“We commit to respecting children and take action to keep them safe”

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September 21, 2021

Senior Workforce Lead – South Coast

Healthcare & Medical

Location:
Wollongong, Illawara and South Coast,
Closing:
September 21, 2021

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.

Uniting is passionate about supporting our clients to stay independent in their own homes for as long as possible. We are looking a like-minded Senior Workforce Lead to join the Home and Community Care team in the South Coast region.  

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Ensure teams are adequately skilled, resourced, and providing a high-quality service
  • Ensure rostering practices optimise roster efficiencies and meet both operational and legislative needs
  • Develop the capability of team members through coaching and mentoring
  • Maintain strong relationships with clients, their families and other external stakeholders

Note: This position has the flexibility to be based around the South Coast Region, such as Nowra, Wollongong, Moruya, etc. 

 

About you

You will require experience leading large teams in a diverse and dynamic environment. You will need to be someone looking to build a career in the rapidly expanding home-based aged care service sector.

Skills and experience:

  • Complex staff rostering, workforce planning and/or logistics exposure
  • Able to work as part of the local leadership team to achieve outcomes
  • Demonstrated employee development and performance management
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications and/or Cert IV in Training or Assessment an advantage

 

At Uniting, we welcome and celebrate everyone regardless of lifestyle, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity and proudly create a safe and inclusive environment for our staff and our clients.

We are bold, imaginativerespectful and compassionate.

Further to this we offer:

  • Competitive salary packaging options
  • 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
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September 21, 2021

Project Officer – Stakeholder Engagement Aboriginal Identified

Healthcare & Medical

Location:
Newcastle and Hunter,
Closing:
July 4, 2021
  • Join an industry leading not-for-profit organisation
  • Full Time Fixed-Term Contract until 30 June 2023
  • Positions based in Taree
  • This is an identified position for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. All applicants must be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage. Aboriginality is a genuine qualification authorised under Section 14(d) of the Anti-Discrimination ACT 1977
  • More information about Uniting LAC Careers can be found here in our video: Uniting LAC Careers – “We are you”

About LAC Partners in the Community (PITC)

Uniting is a partner of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), delivering the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in local communities across the NSW.

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.

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.

Responsibilities

As a member of the Stakeholder Engagement (SE) team, you will work with communities and mainstream services to build awareness and become more inclusive of the needs and aspirations of people with disability.

You will support the Stakeholder Engagement Manager to build connections and capabilities of the organisation to engage and partner with the Aboriginal community, as well as, deliver the outcomes and meet the requirements, contained in the NDIA contractual agreement; support the implementation of the Uniting and LAC Services strategic and operational plans; meet the needs of vulnerable cohorts, build connections in community and engage with key stakeholders.

The SE team delivers initiatives in line with Uniting’s culture that promotes person centred operational excellence, reflecting the rights of people with disability to exercise control over all aspects of their lives.

Are you the person we are looking for?

As the successful candidate, you will have experience in delivering, monitoring and evaluating services to people with disability. You will be highly organised with a proven ability to establish and build partnerships with internal and external stakeholders. 

We are looking for people who have lived experience, or awareness of the impact of existing or acquired disability upon individuals, families, carers and the community. Qualifications in allied health, disability services, education, human services, community development or social work, and experience in local government or other customer facing environments that support or provide services to the community will be highly regarded.

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)
  • Paid travel entitlements
  • Offering ongoing training and mentoring so you can continue to improve and learn new skills
  • An accessible employee assistance program to support your wellbeing
  • Ongoing career development opportunities

How to apply:

Click the application link if you’re interested in this amazing opportunity!

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

Position Description: Project Officer – Stakeholder Engagement – Aboriginal Identified

Applications close Sunday 4th July 2021

This is an identified position for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. All applicants must be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage. Aboriginality is a genuine qualification authorised under Section 14(d) of the Anti-Discrimination ACT 1977.

Employment with Uniting LAC Program is subject to satisfactory background checks which include 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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July 4, 2021

Director – Burwood PreSchool

Healthcare & Medical

Location:
Inner West,
Closing:
September 21, 2021

Lead a team Passionate about Children and Learning!

 

Who are we?

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. We come from a belief that the power of inclusivity and community is the key ingredient to creating an environment where children can grow and flourish.

 

About the Opportunity

This is a great opportunity for a caring, nurturing and experienced Early Childhood Teacher to become our nominated Supervisor. In this role you will need the ability to inspire, motivate, lead and maintain a positive learning culture for our dedicated and longstanding team of families and educators. 

At Burwood Preschool, we help children to develop a life-long love of learning and pave the way for the children’s ongoing literacy, numeracy, problem-solving and language development that will ease their transition to ‘big school’, and far beyond.

Burwood PreSchool is a service approved for 40 children. 

Essential Requirements 

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Teaching
  • Previous experience in children’s services
  • Experience and knowledge of National Quality Framework and Early Years Learning Framework
  • Understanding of Children’s Services Regulations
  • Previous experience in programming
  • Sound developmental knowledge 

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

 

 “We commit to respecting children and take action to keep them safe” 

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September 21, 2021

Casual Educator – Bunyarra Early Learning and Salem Early Learning

Healthcare & Medical

Location:
ACT,
Closing:
September 21, 2021

About the Opportunity

We are currently looking for new and experienced team members with a spark for the job, who enjoy working with infants, toddlers and preschool children. If you are a committed Educator that is not afraid to get on the children’s level and engage in play to provide both the support and hands on activities that children need to thrive – We want to hear from YOU!

Uniting Early Learning are currently seeking dedicated and qualified Educators to join their teams on a consistent casual basis at Bunyarra Early Learning (Chisholm) and Salem Early Learning (Kambah). We want to continue to grow as committed teams of educators that provide a nurturing environment and quality programs that caters to the individual needs and interests of our children.

We work in partnership with families and the local community to ensure children feel safe, supported and secure as they develop positive self-esteem.  

Who are we?

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 act to keep them safe. As an organisation we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity.

We are bold, imaginative, respectful and compassionate. About the Opportunity 

We are seeking Early Learning Educators to work on a casual basis and join our progressive teams. Your key duties will include:

  • Aiding room leaders and ensuring children’s safety
  • Supporting the ongoing development of the children
  • Participating in all aspects of the daily running of the centre
  • Fostering relationships with families and children throughout the centre
  • Maintaining Work Health and Safety always
  • Facilitating Play Based Learning

What do I need to succeed?

  • Certificate III in Children’s Services (minimum)
  • Understand the National Quality Framework and ELYF
  • Must hold a current Working with Childrens Check (WWCC)
  • Strong interpersonal skills (approachable, go-getter, positive attitude)
  • Reliable and adaptable team player, who is willing to work across the whole centre

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

 

“We commit to respecting children and take action to keep them safe” 

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September 21, 2021

War Memorial Hospital Speech Pathologist

Healthcare & Medical

Location:
Eastern Suburbs,
Closing:
July 11, 2021

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 outpatient and community teams inclusive of iREAP Day Rehab, Transitional Aged Care, Aged Care Assessment Team, Geriatric Flying Squad, Young Onset Dementia Programme, 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 in a well-supported team environment.

An excellent opportunity exists for a Speech Pathologist to join the War Memorial Hospital Speech Pathology team in a fixed term contract capacity. This position is responsible for the delivery of high quality speech pathology care, providing assessment and management of adult patients with communication and swallowing difficulties. The caseload will include servicing inpatient and outpatient clinical areas. The position is well supported with clinical supervision and opportunities for professional development within a well-respected Speech Pathology team. The department provides speech pathology rehabilitation services, with a particular focus on group intervention and specialised management of individuals with conditions of neurogenic origin, including specialist services for Parkinson’s Disease and Language-Led Dementias (PPA).

The available role is for a 0.6FTE 5 month contract, but enquiries are also welcomed for Speech Pathologists interested in fewer days per week or a casual role.

Selection Criteria: 

1. Qualifications in accordance with MSIC & WMH Health Professionals Agreement 2016 [i.e. Bachelor of Applied Science in Speech Pathology (or equivalent)] and eligibility for full practicing membership of Speech Pathology Australia

2. Demonstrated experience providing inpatient and outpatient speech pathology rehabilitation services to the aged population

3. Demonstrated knowledge of the diagnosis and management of progressive neurogenic communication disorders, including Parkinson Disease

4. Experience providing therapy utilising a range of service delivery models, including provision of group therapy programs. Current accreditation in Lee Silverman Voice Treatment program is preferable.

5. Demonstrated effective written and verbal communication skills and time management skills, including ability to prioritise workloads and work both independently and within a clinical speech pathology team

6. Experience and demonstrated skills working successfully as part of a multidisciplinary team

7. Experience undertaking and completing quality improvement projects and evaluation of speech pathology management outcomes

8. Experience providing education on areas of speech pathology to staff and outside agencies

PD:  PD_Speech Pathologist_Lvl 1-2 June 2021 Final.docx

Enquiries to: Rachel Kingma  – 02 9369 0212 –  rachel.kingma@health.nsw.gov.au

Application Guide:  WMH Application Guide with forms_Apr 2021.pdf

Applications Close: 11.30pm, Sunday 11th July 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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July 11, 2021

Student Educator – Physiotherapist Level 4

Healthcare & Medical

Location:
Eastern Suburbs,
Closing:
July 4, 2021

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.

The physiotherapist’s role is to plan, coordinate and deliver high quality physiotherapy care to clients of War Memorial Hospital, consistent with South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) and Uniting policies, procedures and standards.

This position has been created to plan, co-ordinate, implement and evaluate effective Physiotherapy education and development initiatives for students, as well as existing staff, in order to enhance our services and provide high quality Physiotherapy rehabilitation and care to patients of the War Memorial Hospital.

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.

This position is a full time permanent role.

Current unrestricted Drivers licence valid in NSW.

Selection Criteria:

  1. Degree or Post-Graduate Qualification in Physiotherapy and current registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
  2. Extensive post graduate clinical experience in aged care and rehabilitation
  3. Demonstrated clinical teaching and facilitation skills, and an understanding of teaching and learning in the health care environment
  4. Excellent negotiation, decision making and advocacy skills including the ability to interact constructively and collaboratively with a diverse range of stakeholders including education providers
  5. Ability to provide in-depth advice and education to enhance service delivery and to guide and support others in providing service excellence, with the capacity to provide clinical supervision to other staff
  6. Ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team and to apply independent professional judgement when dealing with situations of a complex nature
  7. Ability to initiate, lead, complete and share quality improvement initiatives and service evaluation processes and lead ongoing quality improvement activities with other staff
  8. Demonstrated commitment to ongoing clinical and professional learning

PD: PD_Physiotherapist L4_PFT_June 2021.pdf

Enquiries to: Jill Hall, Physiotherapy Manager, ph 93690226; Jill.Hall@health.nsw.gov.au

Applications Guide: WMH Application Guide with forms_Apr 2021.pdf

Applications Close: 11.30pm, Sunday 4th July 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

Apply Now
July 4, 2021

Thomas Bowden Care Service Employee

Healthcare & Medical

Location:
New South Wales,
Closing:
June 25, 2021

Uniting Thomas Bowden in Ryde is looking for passionate Care Workers to join the team and assist in providing the best care for our residents. We are looking for individuals who align with our company values of  Imagination, Bold, Respectful, Compassionate  and are able to demonstrate these on a daily basis.  

Qualifications and experience: 

  • Cert III or IV in Aged Care/equivalent qualifications OR relevant experience 
  • Experience working in Aged Care (preferred)


Responsibilities 

  • Providing personal care and daily hygiene assistance 
  • Assisting with meals and feeding 
  • Assisting with medication and simple wound dressings
  • Recognise, report and respond to changes in residents’ conditions 

Uniting is a proud EEO employer and 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.  

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June 25, 2021

Civil Chaplain

Healthcare & Medical

Location:
Sydney CBD,
Closing:
July 8, 2021

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.

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

We believe that we exist as a church because we are called to be together in mission, God’s mission, which is to bring love, compassion, justice, freedom, and hope to all of God’s creation.

We are bold, imaginative, respectful, and compassionate.

About the Opportunity

Uniting is seeking a compassionate Ordained Minister or suitably qualified layperson to fill a full-time Civil Chaplaincy role.  This unique position will be based at NSW Police Headquarters Parramatta. 

This position is a Civil Chaplain function within the Uniting Mission, Communities and Social Impact team. It is responsible for the delivery of a high level of differentiated quality spiritual and the provision of chaplaincy services to the New South Wales Police Force.

This may take place at the site of an incident, at a hospital, a person’s home or in the workplace.  Chaplains may help employees, volunteers, patients and bystanders to access other faith based pastoral care or welfare services in the wider community should that be requested. Chaplains also provide representation at baptisms, weddings, funerals and other ceremonies or religious services where a chaplain may be required or requested.

You must have experience in ministry, preferably, in a large and complex organisation, demonstrating a passion for pastoral care. Provide pastoral counselling regarding personal and moral problems relating to work, marriage, relationships and family of sworn and unsworn members of the New South Wales Police Force with the allocated region(s) or upon request.

We are seeking a proven ability in, and understanding of, reflective transformational pastoral practice as well as strong administrative and leadership skills. In addition, this position offers the opportunity to work with the wider chaplaincy team in shaping the vision and delivery of pastoral care across Uniting.

Working hours and Terms of Placement are in accordance with the Guidelines of the Uniting Church, Synod of NSW and the ACT and calls for the Chaplain to adhere to the polity and ethos of the Uniting Church, and the Mission Vision and Values of Uniting.

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.

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

Apply Now
July 8, 2021