- Job posted on: 13th Sep 2019
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Want to make a difference in a person’s life in a positive way and get a sense of meaning from your work?Looking for flexible work over a 7-day roster? If so, contact us today!
Community Living Project (CLP) is seeking enthusiastic and flexible people to facilitate a good life for a woman living in her own home in the eastern suburbs. Working alongside her family, day to day tasks will be guided by the woman’s vision, goals and dreams. The focus is on enabling her to live a purposeful life in the community and build her competencies and valued roles.
You will get to know and embrace the woman’s gifts, interests and skills and through this, help to facilitate her relationships in the local community. She loves her home, art and crafts, and has her own small business selling flower arrangements to local businesses. We are seeking a mature person to head up the support team in the role of Key Worker, as well as a range of other workers across a 24 hour, 7 day per week roster that includes passive overnights and active daytime support.
The role of Key Worker includes assisting the woman to oversee her health and well being, manage and train her support team, build social opportunities and take on some general administration tasks. For other members of the team, duties include providing seizure response, assisting with household running, supporting her with personal care and to live a healthy and holistic lifestyle, as well as access her community and other commitments.
You will be given excellent employee training and development, and will work with a supportive and collaborative team. Previous work with an individual living with a disability is highly considered although not essential.