Permanent Full Time 75 hours per fortnight and Casual positions
Includes nights and weekends shifts
Are you interested in working for an organisation that is driven to help our clients achieve independence, inclusion and quality of life after a brain injury?
Due to the growth of our residential service, we are seeking more caring, kind-hearted Support Workers to assist our clients.
We are an independent, charitable organisation driven to help our clients achieve independence, inclusion and quality of life after a brain injury. Through a full continuum of assessment, rehabilitation and support services, delivered when and where they're needed, our highly skilled interdisciplinary team work with our clients and their families/whānau to develop individualised strategies that equip them to find new pathways through life.
About the role
With recent growth in our residential unit, we are looking for people interested in making a difference in people's lives. As a support worker you will help empower our clients to achieve independence, inclusion and quality of life after a brain injury. You will work as part of a large team passionate about delivering the best possible care and support for our clients.
What we offer
- The opportunity to further develop your role within a caring profession.
- A friendly team-focussed work environment.
- Gym membership at corporate rates.
- Easy access to on road parking.
- Able to communicate effectively.
- Have a keen interest in helping others.
- Be able to work in partnership with our clients.
- Be able to maximise independence of our clients whilst encouraging choice, initiation and participation in activity.
- Have the ability to demonstrate efficient time management and the ability to work autonomously and be part of a team.
- Willing to work within the mission, vision and values of the organisation.
- Previous experience of support work and working with people with disabilities would be advantageous.
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