About the role
In this role, you will be working closely with NDIS participants. Responsibilities include, however, are not limited to:
- development and implementation of person-centred care plans in the community.
- functional, behavioural, and clinical assessments for people with disabilities.
- create and implement complex care plans in line with Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) and Restrictive Practices.
- maintenance of a participant's independence and safety through ADL upskilling programs with allocated staff.
- identification, establishment and review of goals with clients, carers and families.
- training of allocated staff as per developed and approved care plans.
Our ideal candidate
You must have:
- unrestricted working rights in Australia.
- degree or higher qualification in nursing
- current registration with AHPRA as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) with at least 5 years recent experience in Australia.
- extensive understanding and proven experience providing leadership in clinical nursing care and assessment within the disability sector.
- experience working within multidisciplinary teams.
- prepared to undertake training in Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) to be registered as a Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner under the NDIS Commission.
- proven ability to assess & develop complex, behaviour & clinical care plans for people with disabilities.
- current or willingness to obtain the relevant DHS clearances.
- current Driver’s licence.
- excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- be committed to delivering person-centred care.
- have a positive attitude, work well within a team environment and autonomously, and actively engage in decision-making processes.
- excellent problem-solving skills.
Established in 2004, HenderCare is a national provider of services for older people and support for those with a disability. Proudly Australian owned and operated, we value our staff and offer flexible working conditions, a Staff Benefits Program, generous professional development support offered annually, and comprehensive training. We’re growing every day and there’s never been a better time to join our team.
Your application should include a cover letter outlining your skills, experience and knowledge in working with people with disabilities and your resume. Shortlisted applicants may be invited to attend an interview.
Applications close: 5pm, Friday 6th March 2020.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
For more information and role descriptions, please contact Tracey Dal Corobbo via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.