Exciting opportunities coming to Bathurst in 2023!! Apply now!Create positive influence and rewarding relationships by providing person-centred support to people living with disabilityFull time, Part time and Casual Opportunities AvailableFitness Passport | Salary Packaging | Diversity and InclusionInnovative work environmentDue to Westhaven's continued growth and expansion, we have a number of exciting opportunities available in Bathurst. Westhaven has established recognised, reputable, high-quality services in Dubbo, Orange and Broken Hill and will begin delivering service in Bathurst in January 2023. Here is your opportunity to be part of this exciting development!About usWesthaven is and will continue to be the provider of choice for disability support services and accommodation across regional NSW. Westhaven provides client-centric, high-quality programs and activities that provide whole-of-life support for people with disability, including offering houses that are homes, enabling choice and control and supporting participants to live life the way they choose. About the roleAs a Support Worker you will play an integral role in delivering on Westhaven’s purpose, to place our participants at the center of everything we do. You will work with adults, children and young people living with disability to provide assistance with daily living skills, personal care, community inclusion and participation activities. Work is undertaken in the context of supporting the participant, child or young person to maintain their well-being, explore opportunities and work towards agreed outcomes that are important to, and for, the person.Key responsibilities:Support participants and/or children and young people with daily living skills including health and well-being, medication administration, assisting with personal care, meal preparation and household tasksPromote and foster a positive, inclusive and respectful home environment that supports participants and/or children and young people to live life the way they chooseActively engage in initiatives that support participants and/or young people to engage in culturally appropriate activitiesSupport participants and/or children and young people to understand and make informed decisions regarding all aspects of their lives Evaluate and report on the delivery of service to participants and/or children and young people Support participants and/or children and young people with social participation opportunities and accessing education, community and engagement activitiesUnderstand and implement individual support plansCelebrate and nurture an inclusive, diverse and supportive workplaceTo be at the forefront of this opportunity you will:Be committed to providing exceptionally high-quality and safe participant, child or young person experiencesBe self-motivated, reliable and have the capacity to thrive within a fast-paced, collaborative environmentHave the willingness to learn and contribute to a successful, positive team cultureBe a positive person with the ability to display empathy, patience, enthusiasm and understandingHave the ability to interact positively at all levels, including dealing professionally with managers and colleaguesHave demonstrated capacity to work with culturally and linguistically diverse individualsBe willing to support participants and/or children and young people with daily living skills including health, medical, well-being, personal care, medication administration, meal preparation, and household tasksHave the ability to follow written and verbal instructions, including the ability to comprehend and implement participant individual care plans and behaviour support plansHave demonstrated ability to be adaptable to changing circumstances and organisational requirements, and contribute to the needs of a rapidly expanding serviceHighly regarded criteria:Proficient computer skills including the use of Client Management Databases and Google Suite (or similar) Knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed practices, human rights, and the NDIS Experience supporting individuals with a disability, complex needs, behaviours of concern and/or mental healthQualifications and essential requirements of the roleCurrent NSW Driver’s licence Qualifications in Disability Services, Community Services or Individual Support The ability to obtain and maintain a paid Working with Children Check (WWCC)The ability to obtain and maintain a National Disability Insurance Scheme Workers Check (NDISWC)Willingness to provide consent to be listed on the Residential Care Workers Register (RCWR)Appropriately vaccinated against Covid-19 (3 doses) and able to provide evidence About applyingPlease carefully review and answer all screening questions. You will need to submit your CV and a cover letter addressing your abilities to undertake the key responsibilities of the role. We encourage diversity and inclusion Westhaven is passionate about social justice and diversity and is committed to being an EEO employer. We embrace diversity in our workforce and encourage applications from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including those from Aboriginal, Torres Strait Island heritage and people with lived experience of disability.For more information or confidential enquiries please contact the People and Culture team at peopleandculture@westhaven.org.au. Applications close: 30 November 2022Position Description 30 AUD Bathurst 2795