Casual Communication Guide
Job no: 493722
Work type: Casual
Location: Melbourne, Inner East Region - Melbourne, East Region - Melbourne, Outer East Region - Melbourne, South East Region - Melbourne, North West Region - Melbourne, Inner North East Region - Melbourne, North East Region - Melbourne, National Office - Surrey Hills
Categories: Communication Guides
Title: Communicate Guide
Location: Various suburbs in Melbourne
Salary: $38.08 - $41.54 per hour, plus an Auslan bonus (dependent on relevant experience).
About Able Australia
Able Australia is a leading provider of disability services across Tasmania, Victoria, the ACT and South East Queensland. For over 50 years we have been delivering innovative support services to people with multiple disabilities and deafblindness. As a registered provider of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), our vision is to enable the people we support to live the life they choose.
Committed to the values of Trust, Respect, Excellence and Kindness, we provide high quality supports that reflect evidence-based best practice. We strive to provide the best quality care in a long-term partnership with our clients and their loved ones, achieving ‘Better Days Every Day’.
About the role
Communication Guides provide direct one to one support to participants in a way that is tailored to meet their individual needs and goals.
As a Communication Guide you role is to assist our deafblind clients access the community in the ways that they choose, provide support in their everyday lives, whilst communicating with them through Auslan, or various other methods of available deafblind communication.
The position works in consultation with our clients to identify their strengths and values and develop a range of goals.
We are looking for individuals that strive to deliver the best possible community participation and to enhance and develop the people we support, to achieve their full potential in life.
Skills and experience required to be successful in this role
- Auslan skills are mandatory – (Diploma or studying towards Diploma or CODA)
- Available to be rostered for flexible hours/shifts, including weekend rosters.
- Knowledge of Deafblind Culture and experience working in Disability and/ age care sector
- Intermediate computer skills (ie: using Microsoft Outlook, documentation in a client management tool/CRM).
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills including an ability to write clear client case notes.
- Valid Driver's Licence
- Reliable and registered vehicle (Able Roadworthy Assessment required) and car insurance.
- Record of a NDIS Workers Screening Check or a willingness to obtain one.
- Record of a current First Aid Certificate or a willingness to obtain one.
Benefits of joining Able Australia:
- Opportunity to work for a growing organisation that demonstrates industry leadership.
- Flexible shifts across our residential and community services within the Melbourne region offering excellent work/life balance.
- Training and professional development opportunities to grow your career.
- Warm, caring and genuinely supportive team environment including a 24/7 Employee Assistance Program.
- Attractive Salary packaging benefits.
How to apply
Please click on the APPLY NOW button and complete the online application form. You will need to upload your resume and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this job along with your skills and experience. You will be requested to upload a copy of your NDIS Worker Screening Check and your Victorian Drivers Licence.
Applications must be submitted by 5.00pm, Friday 23rd September 2022.
Please find the link to access the position description here: Deafblind Communication Guide PD (4).pdf
Please note, Able Australia is an inclusive equal opportunity employer and is compliant with public health orders regarding the COVID-19 Vaccine. You must be eligible to work in Australia to be considered for this position.
Employment is conditional upon screening checks throughout employment, applicants will be required to undergo pre-employment checks as required, applicants will be subject to, but not limited to, the following checks: National Police Check, International Police Check (if applicable), NDIS Worker Screening Check and Right to Work in Australia.
If you have any particular question regarding the position or need to find out more, get in touch with Bec Swansson, Deafblind Services Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
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