Who we are
We’re people who care.
Lifestyle Solutions is an essential service that provides supports to people with disability, young people and children in Out Of Home Care, their families and communities.
Our customers receive services designed to meet their everyday needs and support them to achieve their goals.
Our national workforce is committed to providing service that is reliable, responsive, flexible, empathetic and caring.
Why we do it
We believe everyone is equal – our team and the people we support. Equality and respect is at the heart of everything we do.
In the face of the COVID-19 health situation we have a need to temporarily increase our work force.
We’re looking to fill a number of Support Worker roles on a casual and fixed-term basis.
So take a moment to look at the sort of work you’d be doing, the qualifications you need in order to apply, and remuneration information.
Our roles and what you’d be doing:
- Providing positive support to our customers in both residential and group homes
- Personal care that includes toileting, showering, feeding, dressing and grooming
- Transportation, preparation of outings, community participation and appointments
- Supporting the development of independent living skills such as cooking, cleaning and other domestic duties
- Administration of medication
- Provide positive role modelling and support in the areas of emotional behaviour, health, incident management, hygiene and education
What skills and qualifications do I need to have:
- Current driver’s licence (mandatory requirement)
- Current First Aid certificate, HLTAID003 (or be willing to obtain)
- Ability to identify and manage risk to ensure safety for all
- Confidence and professionalism in your approach to providing personal care
- Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
- Loads of enthusiasm, resilience and a calm and patient manner
Hours and pay:
Support Workers are paid according to the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Service Industry Award 2010
- Casual hourly rate of between $34 -$35 with shift loadings applicable for afternoon, evening and weekend shifts
- Group homes are staffed 24/7 and a typical shift pattern is 6am – 2pm, 2pm – 10pm and 10pm – 6am (both sleepover and active)
- Individual support includes shorter shifts from 2-8 hours, respite shifts and sleepovers
If you’re interested in our meaningful work and think you have the skills and qualifications we need we’d love to hear from you. Please click the following link to fill out a questionnaire form to express your interest in working with Lifestyle Solutions.