Bring smiles and laughter to participants’ lives as you help them live their best life.
Social care is a rapidly growing sector. You will learn transferrable skills, gain training and experience and always be in demand.
Work flexibility, whether it’s part-time or full-time, from your client’s home or in the community. Weekdays or weekends, days or evenings.
Maximise your efficiency with technology that empowers you to operate quickly and effectively.
Receive amazing training and professional development in your field.
We are real people, and we are awesome. Join us and make us more awesome!
Max – Auscare Support
Our executive, HR, Plan Managers, sales and marketing and Support Staff are based across the Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands of NSW.
(Our team of Support Coordinators work remotely and are located across Australia and embedded in their local communities.)
Regardless of role, we like to employ people who have either worked in the disability sector, have a connection with the industry or have a strong wish to work with people with disabilities.
We prioritise compassion, kindness, empathy, responsiveness and individuals who thrive on achieving outcomes.
We require an NDIS Worker Screening Check.
You don’t need any formal qualification to be a Mentor, you just need to be organised, have the right attitude and want to work as part of a team.
You will need to be positive, energetic, compassionate. You will also take pride in creating comprehensive notes after client appointments and happily operate as part of a close-knit team that supports you in assisting participants.
Your role will be to contribute to your client’s life in a meaningful way. We aim to match your hobbies, interest, age and personality with the participant’s so that you form a genuine connection.
We offer a variety of competitive rates depending on your experience, type of client and time of day that you work. As a minimum, we pay $32 + super per hour.
To begin with ALL mentors are engaged on a casual basis. Because we value the role and you being part of our team, wewant a long-term relationship with you and will be looking for mentors to become permanent (part-time, or full-time) when that is mutually beneficial.
You will be meeting clients where they want to be, this could be at their home or in the community. No two people are the same. No two days will be the same. We want Mentors who value the diversity of their clients’ lives and can meet them wherever is best suited.
We support all individuals and will endeavour to match you with clients who share some common interests. We know that our clients will get the best outcome if they are alongside like-minded people who share some of their interests or passions.
To be a Mentor at Auscare Support, you will need a NDIS Worker Screening Check (which varies per state and territory) as well as a Working with Children Check. A First Aid Certificate is viewed favourably but is not mandatory.
We are currently hiring people over the age of 18 to become Mentors.
If you are transporting clients, you currently need a full car license.
While your own car would be desirable, if you live in a community with good public transport and the client is able to use public transport, then a driver license is not essential.
You need a full driver license and a car that you are insured to drive, whether it is your own or borrowed.
While a car would be desirable, if you live in a community with good public transport and the client is able to use public transport, then a driver license is not essential.
That’s fine, you can always build your case load from scratch.
That’s great, it’s always easier to build a case load when you already have some momentum.
You might want to reconsider this role as you do need to build your own client list
That’s great, feeling confident that you have the skills to grow your case load is important for this role
You might want to reconsider this role as building a client list relies on you being able to call up a list of contacts
That’s great, knowing exactly who you’re going to contact so you can hit the ground running is important for this role
You might want to reconsider this role as building a client list relies on you being integrated with your community and its services
That’s great, being integrated with your community and its services is important for this role
You will need to register your own ABN before you can contract with us as a Support Coordinator
That’s great, this is an independent contractor role, which means you will need to contract to us through your own business with your own ABN
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