Listed 13 days Ago


St Andrews, Dunedin

If you want to make a difference to the well-being of older people and enjoy some variety in your day, then this Care worker position will be of interest to you.

We are looking for a permanent relieving careworker and a casual careworker.

The permanent reliever position is to cover staff on leave. Days and hours will be discussed at interview as the shifts will vary.

The position requires a degree of flexibility as you could be working morning, afternoon or night shifts.

In this role you will be supporting people receiving hospital level and rest home dementia level support. Therefore someone with experience and who has the ability and willingness to work across all areas will be preferred.

Applicants who hold the National Certificate in Community Support Services, Foundation Skills or Core Competencies Level 3, or the Dementia Limited Credit Programme would have an advantage. It is expected that care workers without a formal qualification will undertake study towards this while working at St Andrews and we will help you with this.

 For applicant queries or further information please contact Angela Ireland on 03 455 4396.   

An Enliven home, St Andrews has 78 residents who are supported at hospital, rest home and dementia level of care. It’s a home integral to the community and 7 of our 8 Presbyterian Support Otago Enliven homes have 4 year certification. That is testament to the quality of our systems, processes, living and working environments – and especially our staff.

Presbyterian Support Otago is a major provider of health & social services to the people of Otago. We employ in excess of 700 and are supported by over 500 volunteers. We’re central to the communities in which we provide services and your role is central to all we do.

 Applications close on 13 November 2020.

Please note applications will be reviewed as they are received and this job vacancy could close prior to the above closing date. 

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