Assistant In Nurse - Llandilo

Assistant In Nurse - Llandilo

Achieve Australia | llandilo, NSW, AU

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Purpose of the role

Apply the organisation’s customer service framework and a person-centred approach in the delivery of quality client nursing and disability support services to Achieve Australia clients. Focus on clinical competence by taking a person centred approach aligned to Achieve Australia’s policies, processes and procedures, to meet the National Standards for Disability Services and all regulatory and legislative requirements.

Why join team Achieve?

For many of our staff making a real difference to the lives of people with disability and working with a great, supportive teams is its own reward.

We appreciate that, but we want our team to know that we value them so offer benefits such as:

  • Salary sacrifice options including Fringe Benefits Tax and car leasing
  •  Access to personal and financial counselling for you and your family
  • A range of paid leave and flexible working options
  • Support to stay fit and healthy with fitness memberships and access to wellness programs.
  • At Achieve it’s more than just a job.

    You have the chance to change lives and bring inclusion to life every day.

    Our focus is our people; the people we support, and the team we employ, that we value most. We offer a career you can be proud of and a place where you feel safe to be yourself. We invest in our workforce and appreciate the rich diversity they represent of life experience, languages and culture. 

    Achieve has been providing services to people with disability since the 1950s. Today, we are a registered NDIS provider offering integrated clinical, health, social and disability services in accommodation, community participation, supported employment and support coordination services in the Greater Sydney and in Northern Rivers regions in NSW. 

    About the role

    In this role, some of the key responsibilities include:

  • Undertake a range of routine nursing and general support duties to assist clients in implementing Individual Support Plans.
  • Complete routine and ad hoc cleaning tasks as required.
  • Deliver best practice routine support duties to clients in line with contemporary nursing practice and disability service standards.
  • Use positive behaviour support and active support approaches when working with clients and comply with the use of restrictive practices.
  • Contribute to building and maintaining strong internal and external stakeholder relationships, (including families and carers), to address practical issues, enhance operational efficiency and meet client’s requirements.
  • Always maintain confidentiality and professional conduct to ensure professional boundaries are respected and maintained
  • About you

  • Relevant qualifications (minimum Cert IV in Disability or Individual Support)
  • Sound interpersonal, role modelling and customer service skills.
  • Ability to problem solve and adapt to changing environments.
  • Understanding and commitment to the Disability Service Standards and WHS.
  • Understanding of human rights and the challenges facing those with a disability.
  • Current P2 Drivers Licence and above
  • Experience in working with and supporting adults deemed as having significant complexity in their lives.