Personal Care Worker
Nursing Support Unit
Permanent - Part Time (54 hrs per fortnight)
An exciting opportunity exists for qualified Personal Care Worker’s to join the Nursing Support Unit (NSU).
NSU staff are required to work in acute (patient watch), sub-acute and residential aged care settings to fill shortfalls related to maternity leave, long service leave, study leave, work cover, sick leave and unplanned high activity demands. NSU staff are required to work a variety of shift times (AM, PM and Night). Each shift will be a minimum of 6 hours but you will need to work 8 hours shifts when required.
To join NSU you must be a team player, who is empathetic and believes in a holistic approach. You must have excellent communication and time management skills. The position calls for applicants with a high degree of availability and flexibility.
To be successful for interview, applicants must have completed: Certificate III in Individual Support (or relevant equivalent), including the unit HLTHPS006 Assist clients With Medication and must hold a Safe Food Handlers Certificate issued within the past 12 months.
At BHS we offer excellent remuneration, benefits and incentives, including:
• Excellent hourly rates
• Paid orientation
• Salary packaging options
• In-service education & professional development opportunities
• First class facilities
• Staff car parking
If you feel that you are suited to this exciting opportunity, applications can be made on the Ballarat Health Services website via the e-recruit portal.
Appointment is subject to a satisfactory Immunisation clearance and a satisfactory current Police Record Check.
All applicants must have the right to work within Australia and provide evidence of this.
Our shifts are offered within short time frames, therefore to be considered for this role you must be living in the Ballarat region
All applications must be submitted online.
BHS is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people.