Casual Disability Support Worker - South West Sydney

No Experience required... why?
As leaders in disability training, we offer a wide range of nationally recognised qualifications, as well as, specific training to support disability support practitioners throughout their careers.

What does a Disability Support Worker actually do?
Think about all the things you've done for yourself today:
Did you make breakfast or pack your lunch? We call this Mealtime preparation
Did your organise anything today? Lunch with friends, dentist appointment, a holiday! We call this Individualised support
Did you do the washing up, put a load of washing on, vacuum the floors? We call this domestic support
Did you go to the toilet, have a shower or bath? We call this Personal Care
Did you drive, catch public transport or a taxi to work? We call this Transportation
What did you do to get ready for your day? Pick out your clothes, have a shower, blow dry your hair, brush your teeth? We call this Personal support
Did you take any medication or vitamins today? We call this Medication Administration

These are but a few of the activities a Disability Support Workers might do in a day... there are many other things we do to encourage, support and enable people with a disability to live their life their way.

What type of shifts do we have available?
06.00 - 09.30/10.00
07.00 - 11.00
09.00 - 15.00
15.00 - 22.00
22.00 - 06.00

08.00 - 16.00
16.00 - 22.00
22.00 - 06.00

What will you bring to the role?
  • NSW Drivers Licence (minimum P2)
  • a current First Aid and CPR certificate [First Aid certificates expire within 3 years, CPR certificates are refreshed annually]
  • reliability and flexibility
  • willingness to learn
  • a commitment to making a difference in individuals' lives
  • the capacity to work independently and as part of a team.

What do we offer?
  • interesting and varied work
  • flexible work options
  • competitive hourly rate
  • ongoing professional development
  • career advancement opportunities
  • a supportive network of colleagues and managers

Who are we?

At Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) we pride ourselves on our high-quality family-centred therapies, life skills programs, equipment and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families. Our priority is to support people living with cerebral palsy to lead an independent and inclusive life. Our employees continually rate us as one of the best employers in Australia. They recognise and appreciate that our organisation is driven by its values - integrity, passion, excellence, courage and respect.


Advertiser details

  • Cerebral Palsy Alliance

Contact details

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Job Details

Country Australia
Location South West & M5 Corridor, Sydney
Profession Disability Jobs / Support Workers
Worktype Casual
Date Posted 15/05/2019
Expiry Date 14/06/2019
Reference Number 14133