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Overview of salaries statistics of the profession "Volunteer Support Worker in Australia"

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Average salary in the last 12 months: "Volunteer Support Worker in Australia"

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The bar chart shows the change in the level of average salary of the profession Volunteer Support Worker in Australia.

Distribution of vacancy "Volunteer Support Worker" by regions Australia

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As you can see on the diagramm in Australia the most numerous number of vacancies of Volunteer Support Worker Job are opened in . In the second place is New South Wales, In the third is Queensland.

Regions rating Australia by salary for the profession "Volunteer Support Worker"

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According to the statistics of our website profession Volunteer Support Worker is the highest paid in . The average salary is 1852 aud. South Australia and Australian Capital Territory are following.

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Disabilty Support Worker
Healthcare Australia, Rockhampton Region, Queensland, Rockhampton, QLD
About us: Healthcare Australia (HCA) is a National organisation that provides a number of direct and indirect (staffing) services to the Healthcare Sector. We are currently experiencing a HIGH demand for skilled Disability support workers to work with our host clients that deliver NDIS supports. HCA is highly regarded within the industry and we are a leading supplier of staffing services to Hospitals, aged care and community organisations throughout Australia so the opportunities for our workforce is extensive. About the role: This is a casual role. Shifts are typically between 3-8 hours in length. Mixture of day shifts (AM/PM), Sleepovers, Awake duties and weekends. Something to suit anyone’s availability Our staff predominately work in Supported Independent Living (SIL-Individual and Group homes) environments, however we also provide staff to support NDIS participants in their own home (daily living assistance) and in the community (Community access & engagement support). About you: This role is diverse If successful, you will be given the opportunity to work with a variety of leading disability organisations, in a variety of support environments. This is a great way to continue building your skills and professional networks. You are in control of your availability, so you nominate when you can work and we will try and match shifts to your skills and availability so you can achieve a REAL work/life balance To be considered for this role you will need: Minimum 12 months experience working with people living with a disability – SIL experience is highly regarded Current First Aid and CPR certificate – (or willing to obtain) Current Yellow Card or NDIS Workers Screening Clearance Card – (or willing to obtain) Current Working with children Blue Card – (or willing to obtain) Smart phone (HCA uses an APP for managing your work) Unrestricted Australian drivers licence Comprehensively Insured vehicle that can be used to transport participants - Highly regarded As many NDIS participants have difficulties accessing the community using public transport, staff will need to utilise their own vehicle on occasion, or, if available, use a company vehicle for these transports which is why we request applicants to have an Australian DL and an Insured vehicle that they are willing to use for work purposes. Due to the high volume of applications, we will only be contacting successful candidates for screening. Successful applicants will be required to clear all relevant probity checks before starting in the role. To apply for this role, please follow the link and submit your resume. HCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applicants who have an indigenous and/or culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background.
Disabilty Support Worker
Healthcare Australia, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, Rockhampt ...
About us: Healthcare Australia (HCA) is a National organisation that provides a number of direct and indirect (staffing) services to the Healthcare Sector. We are currently experiencing a HIGH demand for skilled Disability support workers to work with our host clients that deliver NDIS supports. HCA is highly regarded within the industry and we are a leading supplier of staffing services to Hospitals, aged care and community organisations throughout Australia so the opportunities for our workforce is extensive. About the role: This is a casual role. Shifts are typically between 3-8 hours in length. Mixture of day shifts (AM/PM), Sleepovers, Awake duties and weekends. Something to suit anyone’s availability Our staff predominately work in Supported Independent Living (SIL-Individual and Group homes) environments, however we also provide staff to support NDIS participants in their own home (daily living assistance) and in the community (Community access & engagement support). About you: This role is diverse If successful, you will be given the opportunity to work with a variety of leading disability organisations, in a variety of support environments. This is a great way to continue building your skills and professional networks. You are in control of your availability, so you nominate when you can work and we will try and match shifts to your skills and availability so you can achieve a REAL work/life balance To be considered for this role you will need: Minimum 12 months experience working with people living with a disability – SIL experience is highly regarded Current First Aid and CPR certificate – (or willing to obtain) Current Yellow Card or NDIS Workers Screening Clearance Card – (or willing to obtain) Current Working with children Blue Card – (or willing to obtain) Smart phone (HCA uses an APP for managing your work) Unrestricted Australian drivers licence Comprehensively Insured vehicle that can be used to transport participants - Highly regarded As many NDIS participants have difficulties accessing the community using public transport, staff will need to utilise their own vehicle on occasion, or, if available, use a company vehicle for these transports which is why we request applicants to have an Australian DL and an Insured vehicle that they are willing to use for work purposes. Due to the high volume of applications, we will only be contacting successful candidates for screening. Successful applicants will be required to clear all relevant probity checks before starting in the role. To apply for this role, please follow the link and submit your resume. HCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applicants who have an indigenous and/or culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background.
Disability Support Worker
ebl Disability Services, Mawson, Woden Valley, ACT
Disability Support Worker EBL Disability Services Inc. Wallaroo Area We pride ourselves on delivering individually tailored support to enhance the quality of life for our participants and their families. We are seeking enthusiastic staff to assist those people we support to live full and meaningful lifestyles. Previous experience as a Disability Support Worker is very important but not essential. We are also keen to hear from people with common lived experience of individuals with developmental disability and/or Autism. The position is for permanent part-time if you are interested. Shifts will include a combination of morning, afternoon, sleepovers or active nights and weekends. You will work around the needs of the individual so we need you to be reasonably flexible. You will: Provide direct support to individuals in a person-centered and safe environment Demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement Demonstrate a commitment to the values, beliefs and mission of our Company Have good interpersonal and communication skills Have the ability to take initiative and problem solve Support individuals in a manner that shows respect and increases their independence, improves their communication and builds them self-confidence Maintain effective communication between participants, carers, families and staff as required Provide a range of 'personal care' for individuals in a way that maximises their independence, choice and dignity Become familiar with, and assist in, the implementation of each person's individual support plans Maintain and uphold our privacy and confidentiality Adhere to our Policies, Protocols & Procedures Support individuals to maintain their home which may include undertaking a range of household duties, i.e. cleaning, cooking, laundry Record and maintain accurate non-judgmental client information Be available for ongoing training and development Essential Requirements: Certificate III in Disability or Community Services or equivalent Current certificate in Provide First Aid & CPR Current DCSI Child-Related Clearance/DHS Working with Children Check/Disability Services Employment check or NDIS Worker Check is mandatory Current Driver's Licence Current certificate in Manual Handling Current certificate in Medication management Able to work independently and or in a team environment Must be available between Monday to Sunday 24/7 roster system Good communication skills We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to apply. You will also need full working rights for Australia. Please note due to the volume of applicants, only those shortlisted will be contacted. If you meet the above criteria please apply NOW by uploading your resume with a cover letter via recruitmenteblds.org.au
Disabilty Support Worker
Healthcare Australia, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, Toowoomba ...
About us: Healthcare Australia (HCA) is a National organisation that provides a number of direct and indirect (staffing) services to the Healthcare Sector. We are currently experiencing a HIGH demand for skilled Disability support workers to work with our host clients that deliver NDIS supports. HCA is highly regarded within the industry and we are a leading supplier of staffing services to Hospitals, aged care and community organisations throughout Australia so the opportunities for our workforce is extensive. About the role: This is a casual role. Shifts are typically between 3-8 hours in length. Mixture of day shifts (AM/PM), Sleepovers, Awake duties and weekends. Something to suit anyone’s availability Our staff predominately work in Supported Independent Living (SIL-Individual and Group homes) environments, however we also provide staff to support NDIS participants in their own home (daily living assistance) and in the community (Community access & engagement support). About you: This role is diverse If successful, you will be given the opportunity to work with a variety of leading disability organisations, in a variety of support environments. This is a great way to continue building your skills and professional networks. You are in control of your availability, so you nominate when you can work and we will try and match shifts to your skills and availability so you can achieve a REAL work/life balance To be considered for this role you will need: Minimum 6 months experience working with people living with a disability – SIL experience is highly regarded Current First Aid and CPR certificate – (or willing to obtain) Current Yellow Card or NDIS Workers Screening Clearance Card – (or willing to obtain) Current Working with children Blue Card – (or willing to obtain) Smart phone (HCA uses an APP for managing your work) Unrestricted Australian drivers license Comprehensively Insured vehicle that can be used to transport participants - Highly regarded As many NDIS participants have difficulties accessing the community using public transport, staff will need to utilize their own vehicle on occasion, or, if available, use a company vehicle for these transports which is why we request applicants to have an Australian DL and an Insured vehicle that they are willing to use for work purposes. Due to the high volume of applications, we will only be contacting successful candidates for screening. Successful applicants will be required to clear all relevant probity checks before starting in the role. To apply for this role, please follow the link and submit your resume. HCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applicants who have an indigenous and/or culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background.
Disability Support Worker
Careerone Partner Network, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Disability Support Worker Disability Support Worker Posted 4 days ago. 104 people have viewed this job. Location: PORT MELBOURNE, VIC External link. Opens in a new window Salary: Hourly Rate Work Type: Casual position Tenancy: Contract position Hours: 10 Positions: 3 Location: Post Office Pl PORT MELBOURNE VIC 3207 External link. Opens in a new window How to get here? Job ID: 2294119394 Source: Public Employer Last Modified: 02 July 2021 Website: http://www.helpathandsupport.com.au Description Help at Hand Support Services, is looking for experienced Disability Support Workers who would like to join us and help make a difference to the lives of people with a disability. You will be providing a person-centred approach and your daily routine will depend on the person you are supporting. Every day could be different for you; one day you might be assisting in taking a client out for a day at the beach or taking them to a movie or a game and so on. The next day may involve assisting the client to attend a medical appointment and keeping them company at their home with a cup of tea, this type of work is exciting and varied. You must have the following in order to be considered: Must have your own a fully insured and reliable vehicle International police check (if applicable) or Current police check (must be within 6 months from the date of application) Cert iii in Disability or above or equivalent experience A current Working with children check First aid/CPR certificates (current) Full and clean Australian drivers license Be punctual Be reliable and flexible Good written and verbal communication skills Empathetic and proactive with a genuine interest to work in this field The ability to self-supervise and to remain calm and composed at times of crisis In addition to the above list, you must have the right to live and work in Australia. If you find yourself meeting all the above eligibility requirements, we would like to hear from you. Please send your Resume and Cover Letter to careershelpathandsupport.com.au or click the APPLY button to upload the same. If you are determined to be a suitable applicant, one of our staff members will be in touch with you as soon as possible. Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Protect yourself: Cyber criminals are taking advantage of COVID-19. Be extra cautious about who you give your information to. Never give your bank or credit card details or date of birth when applying for a job. Check if the job is genuine by researching the employer and contacting them before applying. Watch Don't get scammed by a fake job ad for more tips to protect yourself. If something doesn't seem right, Report this Job.
Disability Support worker
Help at Hand Support Services, Geelong West, Geelong, VIC
Multiple roles available | All Suburbs of Melbourne wanted. Disability Support Worker Help at Hand Support Services, is looking for experienced Disability Support Workers who would like to join us and help make a difference to the lives of people with a disability. You will be providing a person-centred approach and your daily routine will depend on the person you are supporting. Every day could be different for you; one day you might be assisting in taking a client out for a day at the beach or taking them to a movie or a game and so on. The next day may involve assisting the client to attend a medical appointment and keeping them company at their home with a cup of tea, this type of work is exciting and varied. You must have the following in order to be considered: Must have your own a fully insured and reliable vehicle Completed the NDIS Check International police check (if applicable) or Current police check (must be within 6 months from the date of application) Cert III in Disability or above or equivalent experience (minimum 1 year experience) A current Working with children check First aid/CPR certificates (current) Full and clean Australian driver’s license Be punctual Be reliable and flexible (must have availability) Good written and verbal communication skills Empathetic and proactive with a genuine interest to work in this field The ability to self-supervise and to remain calm and composed at times of crisis We have roles across Melbourne and we are looking for great support staff to join our team. The rewards: If you are looking to join a growing business that aims to be a contender in the healthcare industry and contribute to delivering a high level of NDIS services in Australia, then HAHS is for you. We are focused on our staff and it is foundation of what makes us a great company to be a part of. Working for us will put you in a strong position with your career, with opportunities for growth and development. If the answer to all the above is ‘yes’ then send your resume to careershelpathandsupport.com.au today for the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of people with disability. In addition to the above list, you must have the right to live and work in Australia. If you find yourself meeting all the above eligibility requirements, we would like to hear from you. If you are determined to be a suitable applicant, one of our staff members will be in touch with you as soon as possible. Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted