- Job posted on: 14th Jan 2021
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Afford is seeking an experienced disability support worker who can speak *Dari / Farsi, the Persian language spoken in Afghanistan to join our team.
Afford is a well-established Employer of Choice within the disability sector. Celebrating our 69th year, we continue to expand our services as we grow our national footprint covering a range of services and have over 2,000 employees that support over 3,200 clients. We provide ourselves on our reputation of delivering service excellence. Our Vision is to provide innovative and flexible high quality support that genuinely enhance the lives of people with disabilities, their families and carers.
With our ongoing expansion, we are looking for experienced community Support Workers / Lifestyle Assistants who can speak *Dari / Farsi, the Persian language spoken in Afghanistan.
The successful candidate will be a part of an innovative, passionate not for profit organisation, whose primary focus is to support people with disabilities to lead exception, joy filled lives.
We are looking for Lifestyle Assistants who are as focused on supporting people with disabilities to lead exceptional, joy filled lives as much as we are! You will also need the following:
Afford is an employer of choice and our employees enjoy a range of benefits including;
Afford is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.
If successful, you will need to complete a police check.
Please note that if you haven't heard from us within one week, please accept that your application, at this time, has been unsuccessful.
*Being able to speak Dari / Farsi the Persian language spoken in Afghanistan is a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with the ANTI-DISCRIMINATION ACT 1977 – SECTION 31.