Community and disability support workers2021-09-23T13:06:35+10:00
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Are you interested in a flexible and rewarding career?

We have a wide range of opportunity in the aged care and disability support sector for experience and skilled support staff. Our team care about our support staff like they’re family. We provide our support staff with ongoing training and support so they can provide the best care for our clients and their families.

We have opportunities across the Greater Sydney Region available now. To find out more please contact a member of our team on 02 9891 2255.

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Employment opportunities for community and disability support workers

Heartbeat provides a range of support services for persons with disabilities living in supported accommodation units and living at home. Vacancies exist in the suburbs of North, Inner West, South Western Sydney, Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains.
We are seeking a range of qualified support workers from a variety of backgrounds. We offer some of the most interesting and rewarding work available. The most important characteristic is having the right attitude.
The right attitude is about respecting and understanding the needs and goals of people with disabilities. It’s about having a positive can do attitude. We need flexible and dedicated people, committed to working with and enhancing the lives of people with a disability.
Highly Desirable: Second languages from diverse cultural backgrounds are in demand.

What to bring to your interview:

  • 100 points of ID in total
  • Photographic ID or Driver’s License
  • Medicare or health care card or bank card
  • Non-residents must bring their passport
  • Proof of Immigration / Visa status for non-residents
  • Your relevant Certificates and training transcripts
  • 2 recent professional Referees emails and telephone contact details
  • A current First Aid Certificate
  • Tax file number
  • Bank account details (BSB and Account number)
  • Superannuation details
  • CV – a resume which outlines your experience and skills
  • Employment history – A record of your previous hours worked ie Certificate of Service which states your dates of employment and total hours worked.
  • Evidence of any mandatory education completed in the last 12 months, i.e. CPR updates, WHS, infection control, manual handling, etc
  • NSW Police Clearance Check
  • A Working With Children Clearance for paid employment
  • Your Immunisation history and a copy of your serology reports
  • A copy of your own vehicles Comprehensive car insurance
Heartbeat provides a variety of home and community care services in the suburbs of Northern, Inner West Sydney, South Western Sydney, Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains.
We are seeking qualified home care workers and registered nurses from a variety of backgrounds. We offer some of the most interesting and rewarding work available. The most important characteristic is having the right attitude and experience. It’s about having a positive can do attitude.
We need flexible and dedicated people committed to enhancing the lives of our frail and aged at home.
Highly Desirable: Second languages from diverse cultural backgrounds are in demand.

What to bring to your interview:

  • 100 points of ID in total
  • Photographic ID or Driver’s License
  • Medicare or health care card or bank card
  • Non-residents must bring their passport
  • Proof of Immigration / Visa status for non-residents
  • Your relevant Certificates and training transcripts
  • 2 recent professional Referees emails and telephone contact details
  • A current First Aid Certificate
  • Tax file number
  • Bank account details (BSB and Account number)
  • Superannuation details
  • CV – a resume which outlines your experience and skills
  • Employment history – A record of your previous hours worked ie Certificate of Service which states your dates of employment and total hours worked.
  • Evidence of any mandatory education completed in the last 12 months, i.e. CPR updates, WHS, infection control, manual handling, etc
  • NSW Police Clearance Check
  • A Working With Children Clearance for paid employment
  • Your Immunisation history and a copy of your serology reports
  • A copy of your own vehicles Comprehensive car insurance

100 Point Identification

All staff need a 100-Point Identification Check

The 100-point identification check must be completed prior to lodgment of a NSW Criminal Record Check or Working with Children Background Check.

During your interview we are required to sight your original identifying documents. The point score of documents produced must be a total of at least 100 points.

One primary document must be submitted from section (A) which is 70 points and other documents from section (B) which make up the 30 points.