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Care Service Employee – Night Duty

Adventist Senior Living
Leader in the Aged Care Industry

adventistseniorliving.com.au/

Aged care is never just a job. It can’t be.

At Adventist Senior Living, you’ll work with people and an organisation who are truly dedicated to the impact we have on people’s lives. And we see it as a huge privilege to serve and support older people and their families across Northern New South Wales. 

Join us as a Care Service Employee – Night Duty and be valued for who you are and all that you bring. 

For them – here’s how you’ll contribute

As our Care Service Employee, you’ll provide our aged care residents with the highest level of quality, individualised care. You’ll truly care about serving and supporting older people, delivering personal care services that prioritise their safety and dignity.

With you – here’s what you’ll need

Our focus on providing the highest-quality care for our residents means there are some qualifications that we see as essential. 

You’ll have a Certificate III in Aged Care or equivalent qualifications
You’ll need to be vaccinated for Aged Care sector 
You’ll need to be willing to obtain an NDIS Workers Screen 
What you do isn’t easy, but it’s so important.  Here’s what else we’re looking for:

You’ll be able to show us how you’ve been able to effectively work with  people to provide quality care. You won’t shy away from following procedures and you’ll be able to respond to change.
What really matters here – and what makes Adventist Senior Living work – are our shared values. We’re united by a deep sense of care. A care that’s kind, compassionate and humble, yet also driven, determined and resilient. And for us, that’s a non-negotiable. 

Why join Adventist Senior Living?

Aged care is never just a job. It can’t be. And anyone who’s worked in aged care will tell you it’s no easy ride. But we’re with you. And together, we can make all the difference. Here at Adventist Senior Living, you’ll find a close, supportive community, opportunities to grow your skills, and leaders who care as much as you. You’ll also find a host of benefits that support your wellbeing and career growth, such as:

Salary packaging options for permanent staff
Ongoing training and development: receive individualised professional development support, paid training attendance, and success planning discussions.
Flexible working hours: a range of roster lines and patterns are available so you can choose a schedule that best works for you, and maintain a healthy work-life balance. 
Great career progression: we support your career progression with bi-annual traineeship opportunities, internal advertisement of vacant positions, Graduate RN programs, scholarships, Leadership development and Quarterly Leader Forums. 
For them, with you.

Ready to take the next step in your career at Adventist Senior Living? We’d love to hear from you. 

Our mission is to serve and provide person-centred care and support based on Christian principles. Does that mean we only welcome people of Christian faith? Absolutely not. We value the uniqueness of every person, and are proud to employ, serve and learn from people from all walks of life. We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion, colour, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability. 

To apply for this job email your details to dawndavison@adventistseniorliving.com.au.

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