What it is like to work with us
Our vision is that through strong relationships we empower people to live the way they choose. We're proud of what we do for our communities and love people that share our passion.
We want people to be themselves at work, whatever that may be. When that happens we find our team gets the most out of their time and so too do our clients. Real people, real selves, real conversations.
what you do
We are more than understanding when it comes to work and life. We're always open to being flexibility in shifts and work hours and types of work and clients. Everything is about balance.
Our company has been changing to meet increased demand from across Melbourne. This is the most exciting time to be here and have the ability to grow with us into the next stage of Care With Quality.
Who we are looking for: our care workers
We are looking for care workers who have a passion for people. We believe that it is an honour to be entrusted to be a part of our client's lives, and we want you to feel the same way.
To start your journey with us, we require all care workers to have the following: NDIS Screening check, Current police check, Apply First Aid Certification and current CPR certificate, Eligibility to work in Australia, Certificate of training in Cert III Aged Care, Home and Community Care and/or Disability.
If you don't have all of those, we may be able to help in training. Get in touch us to find out more.
Want to get in touch for a confidential chat, or to find out more? Reach out through our Contact page
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What is a support worker in Melbourne?A disability support worker is someone who looks after the health and well-being of a person in their day-to-day lives. A support worker in Melbourne looks after people who are living with disabilities or are of an age where they require assistance daily as they are not independent. A carer will support someone with their life so that they can reach their potential by providing them with both physical and emotional support. However, the role of the support worker is not a cookie-cutter position as each person a carer works with is different. This all makes the career of being a carer and a support worker unique and different on a day-to-day basis. What are the responsibilities of a support worker in Melbourne? The role of the responsibility of a support worker and carer in Melbourne can vary a lot. Some of the roles a support worker conducts include:
- The carer will provide physical support which can include assisting with household chores and personal care.
- The support worker may need to provide emotional support for the person and the family involved.
- The carer will support and help the person with the health care requirements. This will include routine checks and the administration of relevant medication
- The support worker will engage and guide the individual’s skills through practical experiences such as their hobbies and interests.
- The carer can assist with life skills. These can include activities such as shopping, using public transport, paying bills etc.
- The support worker will communicate with other healthcare professionals so that the individual can experience the highest level of care.