- Career opportunity in Residential Aged Care
- Salary packaging benefits that greatly increase take-home pay
- Family friendly and flexible workplace
Churches of Christ in Queensland, Stanthorpe Aged Care Service
Permanent, part-time and casual opportunities
About the role
An exciting opportunity exists for a self-motivated individual, who enjoys variety within a challenging role, to join our team at our 103-bed Stanthorpe Aged Care Service.
During your varied day, you will work closely with the Service Manager and care management team to carry out contemporary nursing practices through assessing, planning, and evaluating resident care. Your primary focus will be recognising resident needs and assisting them with services that enrich their daily living. In order to ensure that resident's individual care plan requirements are met, you will also provide comprehensive guidance to Enrolled and Nursing staff. Some of the residents you will look after for years to come and the relationships you build with them and their families will be both meaningful and significant.
Within your position, you will rostered for a variety of shifts including evening and weekends. If you are looking for a diverse and rewarding role that has a positive impact on the lives of seniors, this might be the right opportunity for you.
You are a dedicated and experienced clinician often commended on your problem solving, decision making and negotiation skills. With the ability to prioritise and manage workloads efficiently, you are also able to work independently or as part of a multi-disciplined work team. You can effectively communicate at all levels enabling you to achieve best nursing practices in accordance with legislation, common law and quality improvement. Understanding the importance of providing quality care to our residents, you feel rewarded by creating a genuine impact.
Your experience and qualifications for the role should include:
- A current AHPRA registration as a Registered Nurse with experience in clinical nursing practices;
- Knowledge and ability to apply the Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) and regulatory requirements for aged care facilities;
- Demonstrated comprehensive clinical knowledge within Aged Care and understanding of the ageing process and age related health issues;
- Intermediate computer skills.
Importantly, you will be someone who closely aligns with our organisational values of: Unconditional Love, Continual Innovation, Mutual Trust and Wise Stewardship.
Who we are
We offer over 200 services in more than 100 communities positively impacting around 45,000 lives each year. Our care services range from children, youth and family services, early intervention and protection, affordable housing, and seniors and support living, making us one of Australia's largest, most diverse not-for-profit organisations.
In particular, we operate 28 residential aged care services that include specialties such as dementia, palliative and respite care.
Imagine working for us
Our values encourage us to be accepting of differences and embrace all. Our size and variety offers you real choice and opportunities to grow your career. You'll also find we offer a family friendly work culture.
Remuneration packages come complete with salary-packaging benefits that can increase your take-home pay along with a generous five weeks of annual leave and the ability to purchase more ( for eligible employees) . To ensure your career can grow, we are constantly exploring innovative training and development programs. Most importantly, you will help us to positively impact the lives of thousands of vulnerable Australians. Just imagine that.
To apply for this position please click the Apply button. For further information, please contact Cynthia Bull on (07) 4681 6888.
We actively encourage and invite applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all our positions.
Applications close: Applications will be reviewed as they are received
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