Care Workers

  • Company:
    Silver Chain
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
  • Posted:
    4 days ago
  • Category:

Silver Chain are currently looking for Passionate, Kind and Dedicated Care Workers, to assist our clients throughout the Perth metro. We look for candidates who are aligned to our values of – Care, Community, Integrity and Excellence.

The Job:

With live vacancies across the metro areas, our metro recruitment team are looking to speak with:

Support Workers (Care Aide) – Casual & Part-Time (North / Central / East / South / Peel Regions)

Care Aides Shifts: 

  • Day Shifts are typically rostered between 7am to 3pm (Monday through to Friday)
  • Afternoon/Evening shifts are typically rostered between 3pm to 11pm (Monday through to Friday)
  • Weekend shifts can be a combination of the both

    Key responsibilities

    Our Care Aides deliver exceptional care and support to our clients. Responsibilities can include skin care, toileting, general hygiene, grooming, dressing, fitting and removal of pressure stockings, mobility, fluid intake, feeding, meal preparation, respite and assisting with medication.

    Support will also be required with Home Help duties, these can include general housekeeping, social support and basic first aid

    About you:

    To meet the demands of our clients, Silver Chain is looking for applications from those that can commit to our busiest days each week (*minimum of 3 days) – Weekly shifts are dictated by our client requirements and will vary from one vacancy to the other. The required days and shift pattern will be discussed with you during the pre-qualifying process. Candidates with full weekly availability are highly regarded.

    To be successful in this role, you will need to be passionate about delivering the best care and also possess:

  • Certificate III in Aged Care, Individual Support, HACC or Disability (mandatory) or be
  • an Enrolled / Registered Nurse (min of 1st year training essential)
  • Experience delivering low, moderate and complex care, preferably within the community.
  • Fantastic interpersonal skills with the ability to prioritise workload and work independently.
  • Solid working knowledge of the Wellness Approach (HACC) and understand the concept of early intervention and restorative care.
  • Satisfactory national Police Certificate (on commencement of employment and updated every three years per the Aged Care Act 1997).
  • Current motor vehicle driver’s licence (with no restrictions, not on P or L plates) in addition to access to a reliable registered motor vehicle with a minimum of third-party insurance.
  • Our process

    We are now utilising our newly formed ‘remote’ recruitment process. This can include video calls and online interviews.