We’re looking for passionate people who love what they do and want to work together with us doing just that. Sounds like you?
Working at Immaculate Health Care is likely to be a bit of what you’re used to and a whole lot of something different. We love our clients, our work and our people. We provide tailored assistance with every day life, helping our clients to live as independently as possible. Our clients come from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and require your support. This could involve showering, dressing, cooking, household cleaning, grocery shopping, socialising, escorts to medical appointments and transportation needs.
Care workers are key members of the client’s overall support team. Care workers are responsible for working with and directly supporting our client, as outlined in the Client Support Plan. This role involves helping care recipients maintain their independence, working with them in a respectful, safe and dignified manner.
Care workers work with Clients in many different aspects of their day-to-day life, both in their homes and in community settings.
What is the pay rate?
Rate of pay depends on the type of work you do, whether you are employed on a permanent part time or casual basis, your level of experience and your qualifications.
How many hours can I work?
Depending on your flexibility and availability of shifts, you could work from 8 to 38 hours per week.
What training and qualifications do I need?
It is compulsory for all carers at Immaculate Healthcare services Limited to undertake and complete the induction course before commencing any care duties. This will involve commitment and participation in ongoing set programmes. Click here for more information.