Current OPPORTUNITIES

 

Current opportunities in NDIS:

These are the current career opportunities available at our Side:

 

ROLE : Home Care Package Consultant

Full Time

Do you want to join a passionate, innovative and collaborative team? 

We are looking for a Customer Care Consultant to work within our aged care team. Day to day you will be coordinating a number of aged care clients on home care packages enabling them to live in their own home independently, safely and with dignity. This will involve visiting aged care clients in their home, developing their care plans, coordinating their care, and managing their individualized budget.

This is a full-time role and reports directly to the Team Leader, Home Care Packages. Our offices are based in Chatswood, and this role will also have a community based component, which requires you to have a drivers’ license. There is opportunity for flexible work arrangements including the potential to work from home.

About You:

  • Highly developed assessment skills and case management skills
  • You have a passion for working with older people in the community.
  • Ability to build strong collaborative relationships and highly responsive to the needs of older people
  • 2 years home care package experience preferred, but not essential
  • Background in public health, residential care, social work, nursing or allied health, advantageous
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Current drivers’ license

Apply:

To register your interest hit APPLY NOW and submit your Resume with Location you are ready to commit. Please note adverts will expire once we receive enough suitable applications. For a confidential discussion please contact us at jobs@phomecare.com.au

 

ROLE : Registered Nurse

PRIMARY PURPOSE

We specialize in providing caring support and services to NDIS and Aged Care recipients in their own home. Our strategic priority under this vision is our commitment to excellence in Patient and Family Centered Care. Staff are supported to ensure patients, their families and carers are considered as partners in care to achieve optimal patient outcomes and best possible healthcare experience
• Provide a variety of generalist nursing duties including medication management, continence care reports including catheter changes, medication management, assessment, coordination and case management

Skills and Experience:

• Relevant qualification and/or experience working within the Disability sector
• Demonstrated understanding of the needs of people with a disability and their carers
• Experience working collaboratively to enhance client outcomes
• Ability to appropriately respond to the needs of people of all abilities and cultural backgrounds
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a strong commitment to customer service
• Previous experience in a billable environment supporting Participants receiving NDIS funding is highly desirable

About you:

• APHRA registered
• Be willing to complete NDIS Worker Screening, Police Check and NDIS Worker screening check
• Must be willing to travel
• Must have experience or be passionate about one or more of the following:
o Community Health Nursing Services
o Competence in SPC/IDC management
o Complex wound management
o Continence assessment and scripting
o Continence management
o An interest in bowel management systems
o Wound Management
o Be able to work autonomously.
o Willingness for continuous professional development
o Adaptable and accepting of change
o Can think and act on their feet

Skills and Experience:

• Have a genuine interest in and respect for the unique personality, history, and values of our clients
• Possess a compassionate, caring, and supportive nature
• Strong leadership and communication skills
• Excellent clinical documentation practice
• Be committed in ongoing clinical excellence
• Display a relationship centered approach to care and supervision
• Great understanding of care planning, goal setting and evaluation documentation
• Current AHPRA registration
• Current police check
• Demonstrated strong customer service ethos and commitment to quality and continuous improvement

Employer questions:

Your application will include the following questions:
• Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
• Which of the following statements best describes your Covid-19 vaccination status?
• How many years’ experience do you have as Registered Nurse?
• Do you have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check?
• Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check?
• Do you have a current Australian driver’s licence?
• Are you available to travel for this role when required?
• Do you own or have regular access to a car?

WHAT WE OFFER:

Philips Homecare Pty Ltd offers all staff benefits by offering:
• Flexible working arrangements
• Providing opportunities to grow and develop
• Professional support and supervision

Apply:

To register your interest hit APPLY NOW and submit your Resume with Location you are ready to commit. Please note adverts will expire once we receive enough suitable applications. For a confidential discussion please contact us at jobs@phomecare.com.au

 

ROLE : Support Coordinator 

PRIMARY PURPOSE

The primary goal is to deliver top-tier NDIS Support Coordination services to patients/clients and their caregivers, aiming to achieve optimal health outcomes for the individuals receiving the service. Our strategic focus within this mission is our dedication to excellence in Patient and Family-Centered Care. Our staff are empowered to ensure that patients, along with their families and caregivers, are regarded as active partners in care, working collaboratively to attain the best possible patient outcomes and healthcare experiences

The Support Coordinator plays a crucial role in the NDIS participant journey, helping them decipher their NDIS plan, facilitating the establishment of the supports outlined in their plan, and nurturing their ability over time to self-coordinate and manage their supports

 

Primary Objectives:

1. Assist NDIS participants to:

• Implement their plan and increase their capacity to manage/direct their own supports
• Have greater opportunities to explore and connect with their community and alternative support options
• Strengthen their informal support networks
• Maximise the value for money they receive from their supports
• Access and use the NDIS Participant Portal myplace

2. Effectively communicate and maintain relationships with the NDIA

Key Accountabilities:

• Action referrals in a timely manner
• Support the NDIS participant to:
• Assess a number of mainstream, community, informal and provider options
• Select preferred options or providers
• Negotiate services to be provided and their prices
• Develop service agreements and create service bookings with preferred providers
• Arrange for any assessments required to determine the nature and type of funding required (e.g. assessment to determine the type of complex home modifications required)
• Determine the budget for each support type and advise any relevant plan manager of the breakdown of funds
• Liaise with any plan manager to establish the appropriate claim categories and attribute the correct amount of funds
• Link to mainstream or community services (i.e. housing, education, transport, health)
• Strengthen and enhance participants capacity to coordinate supports, self-direct and manage supports and participate in the community, including providing participants with assistance to: – resolve problems or issues that arise, understand their responsibilities under service agreements, change or end a service agreement
• Be the key contact for service issues, complaints, major changes and plan reviews.
• Assist participants to prepare for their plan review by supporting them to:
• assess whether they achieved their goals and got value for money for their plan
• identify solutions to problems experienced in implementing the plan
• consider new goals
• Assist participants to decide on what actions to take to achieve goals in relation to exploring housing options and life transition planning
Other
• Maintain confidentiality of customers, their families/carers and the organisation
• Effective networking internally and externally to assist individuals achieve their desired personal outcomes.
• Manage any perceived or real conflict of interest in accordance with the NDIA’s Terms of Business
• Provide NDIA with reports on specific goals, outcomes and success indicators within the agreed reporting frequency
• Enhance HWNS practice and reputation through continuous improvement, business development and innovation.

Working relationships:

• Develop strong relationships with customers and their families, carers and advocates, NDIA, other mainstream and disability service providers, members of the community, networking groups, funding bodies, government agencies, auditors and practitioners
• Develop collaborative working relationships with Area Managers, Supported Living Managers, Individual Support Managers, Customer Service Officers and other Support Coordinators.
• Share knowledge and experience with colleagues and members of the Customer Engagement team.
• Work with Admin, Finance, and Shared Services employees
Knowledge, skills, experience and values required
• A commitment to the Code of Conduct of House with No Steps
• Excellent interpersonal and active listening skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to adapt communication style to meet people’s needs.
• Able to resolve conflict
• High level of numeracy and literacy
• Strong administrative skills; time management, coordination of tasks, efficient work practices
• Excellent computer literacy and confidence and capability in using systems and technology
• Ability to work with minimal supervision
• Ability to build and maintain strong community connections and relationships with service providers, individuals and/or families/carers
• Ability to understand the NDIS Price Guide and flexibility within budgets, the NDIS legislation and rules including provisions relating to reasonable and necessary supports and the role of the mainstream service system.

• Your day will include actively managing a client caseload, attending meetings (office-based, community-based, and home visits), administrative tasks associated with coordinating services and report writing.
• Knowledge of the NDIS system and processes, excellent verbal and written communication skills, teamwork, high-level organisational skill and a demonstrated ability to utilise person-centred practices will assist you in your workday.

Skills and Experience:

• Relevant qualification and/or experience working within the Disability sector
• Demonstrated understanding of the needs of people with a disability and their carers
• Experience working collaboratively to enhance client outcomes
• Ability to appropriately respond to the needs of people of all abilities and cultural backgrounds
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a strong commitment to customer service
• Previous experience in a billable environment supporting Participants receiving NDIS funding is highly desirable

Employer questions:

Your application will include the following questions:
• Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
• Which of the following statements best describes your Covid-19 vaccination status?
• How many years’ experience do you have as an NDIS Support Coordinator?
• Do you have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check?
• Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check?
• Do you have a current Australian driver’s licence?
• Are you available to travel for this role when required?
• Do you own or have regular access to a car?

WHAT WE OFFER:

Philips Homecare offers all staff benefits by offering:
• Flexible working arrangements
• Providing opportunities to grow and develop
• Professional support and supervision

Apply:

To register your interest hit APPLY NOW and submit your Resume with Location you are ready to commit. Please note adverts will expire once we receive enough suitable applications. For a confidential discussion please contact us at jobs@phomecare.com.au

 

ROLE : Occupational Therapist (OT):

PRIMARY PURPOSE

Deliver top-notch Occupational Therapy services to patients, clients, and their caregivers, aiming for the best possible health results. Our strategic focus revolves around providing excellent Patient and Family Centered Care. We empower our staff to treat patients, their families, and caregivers as collaborative partners to ensure optimal outcomes and a superior healthcare journey. We’re in search of a licensed occupational therapist to join our expanding team of healthcare experts. Your role involves assisting patients in their recovery from injuries and disabilities, facilitating their return to work. Responsibilities encompass client physical assessments, treatment plan development, evaluation of work and home environments, and crafting physical rehabilitation programs. A bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy and state licensure are mandatory for consideration

To be a successful hire, you will need to have up-to-date knowledge of treatment practices and physical therapy programs.

Occupational Therapist Responsibilities:

• Conducting physical and psychological assessments of clients and developing or following a treatment plan.
• Assessing home and work environments of clients and deciding what adjustments are needed.
• Advising on adaptive equipment to help clients with daily activities.
• Developing physical rehabilitation programs to help clients regain lost skills.
• Preparing clients for a return to work.
• Educating caregivers and family members of clients on patient care.
• Evaluating results and progress of occupational therapy on clients.
• Maintaining professional knowledge and the technical progress in order to provide clients with the best treatment program available.
• Complying with federal, state, and local certification requirements.
• Evaluating patient condition regarding physical and basic mental health.

SELECTION CRITERIA:

1. Degree in Occupational Therapy or equivalent and current registration with AHPRA.
2. Demonstrated knowledge, skills and clinical experience in Occupational Therapy practice and the provision of services to Occupational Therapy.
3. Demonstrated high level written and verbal communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills.
4. Demonstrated high level of organisational and time management skills.
5. Demonstrated commitment to professional development, evidence based practice and continuous improvement.
6. Demonstrated ability to work as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
7. Demonstrated ability to analyse problems, set priorities and apply a range of options to develop solutions.
8. Current NSW Drivers Licence (P2 licence acceptable)

WHAT WE OFFER:

Philips Homecare offers all staff benefits by offering:
• Flexible working arrangements
• Providing opportunities to grow and develop
• Professional support

Apply:
To register your interest hit APPLY NOW and submit your Resume with Location you are ready to commit. Please note adverts will expire once we receive enough suitable applications. For a confidential discussion please contact us at jobs@phomecare.com.au

 

ROLE : Support Worker

Support Worker Qualifications & Experience:

• First Aid Certificate
• Working with Children Clearance
• NDIS Worker Check
• Full unrestricted license & vehicle
• Current Police Check
• Interpersonal skill or professional qualification such as Art, cooking, Artifact making, Cert III Community Services, Disabilities an advantage
• Proven ability to work confidently one on one with vulnerable people
• Proven ability, experience and understanding of the barriers faced by First Nations People and strategies to advocate and mentor to positive outcomes
• Ability to work as a team and manage conflicting deadlines

About the Role?

We have part time and casual Disability Support Worker vacancies within Out of Hours, Residential Services, and Day Service
Day Service Roles
• Are responsible for supporting adults with a disability in day service program, and youth transition to overcome various barriers to achieve; community inclusion, independence, independent living/social skills, health and wellbeing, further education, and open employment.

Residential Service Roles:

• Are responsible for providing support in a wide range of areas including; household duties, personal care, participation in community life and increasing independence through skill development (e.g. domestic related skills).

Outreach roles:

• Are responsible for providing individualised support to adults with a disability remotely, out of standard working hours and on a 1:1 basis.
All Disability Support Worker roles require the ability to provide safe transport, deliver a person-centred approach to service delivery, and actively support Work Health and Safety.

The Role – Support Worker:

• Looking for support workers to commit to regular and consistent shift schedules as well as irregular hours, including early mornings/ evenings, overnight, weekends and public holidays.
• Support individuals with intellectual, mental health and/or physical disabilities.
• Must be creative and resourceful to assist customers achieve their goals.
• Passionate, empathetic & committed to provide the best care to each individual
• Delivering high quality person centered support
• Daily living assistance in the home and the community
• Support physical health and emotional well-being
• Assisting individuals to and from community-based activities and appointments.
• Complete all relevant documentation and reporting as required

Tasks & Responsibilities:

• Support participants in Community Inclusion programs
• Provide support and hands on activities to young people, adults and children to develop their social, living and personal skills
• Work within a dynamic forward thinking team taking initiative and encouraging positive conversations
• Transport to and from activities
• Domestic support in home including but not limited too domestic duties, preparation of meals, supporting people in creating a “home” that they love and enjoy
• Be willing to own and grow within your position and duties
• Provide feedback verbally and written
• Case Managing notes

Ideal Requirements:

• demonstrated experience supporting clients with physical disabilities & Mental Health incl. high needs 24/7 care
• demonstrated experience with specialty supports, such as Manual Handling, Bowel & Catheter Care, Peg Feeding, Medication Assistance
• demonstrated experience supporting complex and challenging behaviours incl. verbal/ physical aggression and self-harm
• be fit and active
• a strong sense of professional boundaries

Employer questions

Your application will include the following questions:

• Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
• Which of the following statements best describes your Covid-19 vaccination status?
• How many years’ experience do you have as an Speech Pathologist?
• Do you have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check?
• Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check?
• Do you have a current Australian driver’s licence?
• Are you available to travel for this role when required?
• Do you own or have regular access to a car?

WHAT WE OFFER:

Philips Homecare offers all staff benefits by offering:
• Flexible working arrangements
• Providing opportunities to grow and develop
• Professional support and supervision

Apply:

To register your interest hit APPLY NOW and submit your Resume with Location you are ready to commit. Please note adverts will expire once we receive enough suitable applications. For a confidential discussion please contact us at jobs@phomecare.com.au

 

ROLE : Speech Pathologist

PRIMARY PURPOSE

We’re seeking a compassionate and skilled Speech Pathologist dedicated to delivering high-quality care to our patients. As a Speech Pathologist, your primary goal is to provide top-notch services to patients and their families, ensuring optimal health outcomes and an excellent healthcare experience. Our approach emphasizes Patient and Family Centered Care, where patients, families, and carers are integral partners in the care process

Speech Pathologist Responsibilities:

• Diagnosing, treating, and preventing speech, language, and swallowing disorders.
• Creating treatment and therapy plans to suit the individualized needs of a diverse population of patients.
• Performing screenings to detect voice or speech disorders.
• Educating patients and family members about speech disorders and causes, including disabilities and traumatic events.
• Keeping detailed records relating to patient conditions, care plans, therapies, and progress.
• Reporting progress and current status to appropriate parties, which may include family members, teachers, or medical professionals.
Speech Pathologist Requirements:
• Master’s degree in speech-language pathology.
• Valid state license or certification.
• Experience with certain conditions or working with specific age groups may be preferred.
• Strong understanding of speech-related conditions, causes, and treatments.
• Excellent coaching and verbal and written communication skills.
• Proficiency with computers, especially patient and healthcare databases.
• Attentive and caring with the ability to develop individualized education plans (IEPs).
Skills and Experience
• Relevant qualification and/or experience working within the Disability sector
• Demonstrated understanding of the needs of people with a disability and their carers
• Experience working collaboratively to enhance client outcomes
• Ability to appropriately respond to the needs of people of all abilities and cultural backgrounds
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a strong commitment to customer service
• Previous experience in a billable environment supporting Participants receiving NDIS funding is highly desirable

Employer questions:

Your application will include the following questions:
• Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
• Which of the following statements best describes your Covid-19 vaccination status?
• How many years’ experience do you have as an Speech Pathologist?
• Do you have a current NDIS Worker Screening Check?
• Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check?
• Do you have a current Australian driver’s licence?
• Are you available to travel for this role when required?
• Do you own or have regular access to a car?

WHAT WE OFFER:

Philips Homecare offers all staff benefits by offering:
• Work arrangements that flex to you including hybrid working arrangements
• Providing opportunities to grow and develop
• Professional support and supervision

Apply:

To register your interest hit APPLY NOW and submit your Resume with Location you are ready to commit. Please note adverts will expire once we receive enough suitable applications. For a confidential discussion please contact us at jobs@phomecare.com.au

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