Dementia Specialist – Melbourne

Posted 4 weeks ago

The Opportunity             

Welfare Recruitment Solutions has partnered with a highly respected industry leader to assist in the further recruitment of a number of Dementia Specialists who are living North and Eastern Melbourne.

The opportunity further offers

  • Highly supportive peer network of other talented Dementia Specialists combined with great leadership  
  • Access to ongoing learning in latest evidence-based dementia care growing your own knowledge and expertise
  • Very competitive salary commensurate with experience that offers $15.9K NFP packaging benefits (Circa $102-105k + Super + NFP Salary packaging)


The Role

Taking a person centred care approach you will provide a face to face assessment service for persons living with dementia that are showing a responsive behaviour ensuring that their care services and needs are met.  You will have a warm, engaging and collaborative approach where you will look to understand their dementia journey so far and context of the change in behaviour whether it related to a psychosocial need or other needs or triggers within their environment that might be contributing to the onset of a change.

This is a personally rewarding opportunity where you advocate on behalf of the person living with dementia ensuring an improved quality of living and that further care and support is responsive to their individual and diverse needs through your recommendations, behavioural management strategies and practical interventions. This is also a wonderful opportunity to provide further knowledge insight in educating family members, upskilling carers and others involved in their care in how to successfully identify and manage behavioural psychosocial symptoms of dementia when you are not there.  

The opportunity looks to align assessments to where you live and we are looking for further Dementia Specialists who are up for a new challenge for 2024 to join the growing Victoria team. The position additionally offers autonomy and flexibility on assessment days where you travel to and from assessments from home where you are able to provide further support and a greater reach to persons living with dementia.

  
The Candidate

  • Strong aged care experience working closely with persons living with dementia in residential care, community or acute/sub-acute settings.
  • Experience working in a Senior Nurse/Lead, Clinical Care Manager, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Diversional Therapist or other dementia specialised roles like a Dementia CNC. 
  • Alternatively, you may currently work in an ACAT/AN-ACC Assessor, Aged Care Management or as an Educator and would really enjoy making a more meaningful difference assessing and advocating for persons living with dementia at different stages of their journey.   
  • Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of different types of dementia, experience in successfully managing BPSD and astute in identifying triggers and unmet needs.
  • Further qualifications currently studying or completed in Dementia Care, Gerontology or Health & Ageing will be very highly regarded. Alternatively, you may be an avid self-learner in all things dementia care or in addition to your experience have a lot of learned dementia knowledge through courses, training and professional development.

This is a wonderful opportunity to work with talented dementia experts and educators, within a highly supportive environment and learn from the best! 

Please call Ed on 0406 664 779 for a confidential discussion to discuss your background and suitability for the position if you are not sure or to find out more.

Alternatively email your CV or enquiry to edward@welfarers.com.au

Counsellor – Women Services

Posted 1 month ago

Type: Full or Part Time
Salary: $95-107 + Super + NFP Salary Packaging benefits
Location: Canberra

 

Client
Welfare Recruitment Solutions have been approached by a leading women’s support service provider in ACT to assist in the recruitment of a Counsellor to support women with a range of complex needs.

Role
As the successful candidate, your role will be to maintain a counselling caseload of women with complex needs such as DFV, AOD and mental health. Where required you will plan an evaluate therapeutic groups, and support other staff in a clinical sense.

Criteria
As the successful candidate, you will: 
  • Degree level qualifications in Counselling, Psychology, social work or related field 
  • Extensive counselling experience working with people that have experienced significant trauma and disadvantage
  • Well-developed communication and teamwork skills
  • A driver license is essential, pool cars are available 
Further Info
In return, you will be offered a base salary of $95-107k + Super + the benefits of salary packaging. 

To find out more about the role please call Ed 0406 664 779 or send your CV to Edward@welfarers.com.au or click apply now to send through your CV.

Women only applicants please as per section s 34(1) of the Discrimination Act 1991. Aboriginal and CALD women encouraged to apply.

Counsellor – Women Services

Posted 2 months ago

Type: Full or Part Time
Salary: $90-110 + Super + NFP Salary Packaging benefits
Location: Canberra

 

Client
Welfare Recruitment Solutions have been approached by a leading women’s support service provider in ACT to assist in the recruitment of a Counsellor to support women with a range of complex needs.

Role
As the successful candidate, your role will be to maintain a counselling caseload of women with complex needs such as DFV, AOD and mental health. Where required you will plan an evaluate therapeutic groups, and support other staff in a clinical sense.

Criteria
As the successful candidate, you will: 
  • Degree level qualifications in Counselling, Psychology, social work or related field 
  • Extensive counselling experience working with people that have experienced significant trauma and disadvantage
  • Well-developed communication and teamwork skills
  • A driver license is essential, pool cars are available 
Further Info
In return, you will be offered a base salary of $90-110k + Super + the benefits of salary packaging. 

To find out more about the role please call Ed 0406 664 779 or send your CV to Edward@welfarers.com.au or click apply now to send through your CV.

Women only applicants please as per section s 34(1) of the Discrimination Act 1991. Aboriginal and CALD women encouraged to apply.

Dementia Specialist – North Melbourne

Posted 3 months ago

The Opportunity             

Welfare Recruitment Solutions has partnered with a highly respected industry leader to assist in the further recruitment of a number of Dementia Specialists who are living North and Eastern Melbourne.

The opportunity further offers

  • Highly supportive peer network of other talented Dementia Specialists combined with great leadership  
  • Access to ongoing learning in latest evidence-based dementia care growing your own knowledge and expertise
  • Very competitive salary commensurate with experience that offers $15.9K NFP packaging benefits (Circa $102-105k + Super + NFP Salary packaging)


The Role

Taking a person centred care approach you will provide a face to face assessment service for persons living with dementia that are showing a responsive behaviour ensuring that their care services and needs are met.  You will have a warm, engaging and collaborative approach where you will look to understand their dementia journey so far and context of the change in behaviour whether it related to a psychosocial need or other needs or triggers within their environment that might be contributing to the onset of a change.

This is a personally rewarding opportunity where you advocate on behalf of the person living with dementia ensuring an improved quality of living and that further care and support is responsive to their individual and diverse needs through your recommendations, behavioural management strategies and practical interventions. This is also a wonderful opportunity to provide further knowledge insight in educating family members, upskilling carers and others involved in their care in how to successfully identify and manage behavioural psychosocial symptoms of dementia when you are not there.  

The opportunity looks to align assessments to where you live and we are looking for further Dementia Specialists who are up for a new challenge for 2024 to join the growing Victoria team. The position additionally offers autonomy and flexibility on assessment days where you travel to and from assessments from home where you are able to provide further support and a greater reach to persons living with dementia.

  
The Candidate

  • Strong aged care experience working closely with persons living with dementia in residential care, community or acute/sub-acute settings.
  • Experience working in a Senior Nurse/Lead, Clinical Care Manager, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Diversional Therapist or other dementia specialised roles like a Dementia CNC. 
  • Alternatively, you may currently work in an ACAT/AN-ACC Assessor, Aged Care Management or as an Educator and would really enjoy making a more meaningful difference assessing and advocating for persons living with dementia at different stages of their journey.   
  • Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of different types of dementia, experience in successfully managing BPSD and astute in identifying triggers and unmet needs.
  • Further qualifications currently studying or completed in Dementia Care, Gerontology or Health & Ageing will be very highly regarded. Alternatively, you may be an avid self-learner in all things dementia care or in addition to your experience have a lot of learned dementia knowledge through courses, training and professional development.

This is a wonderful opportunity to work with talented dementia experts and educators, within a highly supportive environment and learn from the best! 

Please call Ed on 0406 664 779 for a confidential discussion to discuss your background and suitability for the position if you are not sure or to find out more.

Alternatively email your CV or enquiry to edward@welfarers.com.au

Counsellor – Women Services

Posted 4 months ago

Type: Full or Part Time
Salary: $90-110 + Super + NFP Salary Packaging benefits
Location: Canberra

 

Client
Welfare Recruitment Solutions have been approached by a leading women’s support service provider in ACT to assist in the recruitment of a Counsellor to support women with a range of complex needs.

Role
As the successful candidate, your role will be to maintain a counselling caseload of women with complex needs such as DFV, AOD and mental health. Where required you will plan an evaluate therapeutic groups, and support other staff in a clinical sense.

Criteria
As the successful candidate, you will: 
  • Degree level qualifications in Counselling, Psychology, social work or related field 
  • Extensive counselling experience working with people that have experienced significant trauma and disadvantage
  • Well-developed communication and teamwork skills
  • A driver license is essential, pool cars are available 
Further Info
In return, you will be offered a base salary of $90-110k + Super + the benefits of salary packaging. 

To find out more about the role please call Ed 0406 664 779 or send your CV to Edward@welfarers.com.au or click apply now to send through your CV.

Women only applicants please as per section s 34(1) of the Discrimination Act 1991. Aboriginal and CALD women encouraged to apply.

Occupational Therapist

Posted 4 months ago

Type: Full Time role (Part Time considered)
Location: South West Sydney (based in the Camden/Campbelltown region)
Remuneration$75 – 110K + bonuses (salary will be based on experience and open to negotiation).

 

Are you an experienced OT looking to take the next step in their career? Or a recent graduate looking for their first OT role? Roles are available immediately, so don’t hesitate to read more and get in touch today!
Role

You will working with either children or adults and working with them both in clinic and clients homes/school/day programs (throughout Southwest Sydney and the Illawarra region), as part of a multidisciplinary team of practitioners, to improve outcomes for disadvantaged people. Some of the duties you will perform are:

  • NDIS Functional Assessments
  • ADL/ Functional Assessments for SIRA and CTP
  • SIL/ SDA Assessments
  • Prescription of a range of equipment
  • Minor and major home modifications.

 
As the senior OT you will often have the more complex cases. You can choose to provide supervision to more junior staff, or if that is not your thing, you won’t have to!
 
Criteria

  • AHPRA registration.
  • Experience supporting people with disabilities and those with complex needs.
  • Understanding of NDIS plans.
  • Drivers licence and own vehicle – you will be required to use your own vehicle and receive a generous KM allowance.

This is a great opportunity to join a fast growing, multi disciplinary team. Full Time and part time opportunities considered. Salary based on experience and open to negotiation! Don’t wait, click Apply, or contact me directly to find out more.

Josh
M: 0413 293 383
E: Josh@welfarers.com.au

Dementia Specialist – Central Coast

Posted 4 months ago

The Opportunity
  
Welfare Recruitment Solutions have partnered with a highly respected industry leader to assist in the recruitment of Dementia Specialists in building further knowledge and insight in understanding responsive behaviours in persons living with dementia. The role could be full time or 4 days/week, Monday-Friday.
 
The opportunity further offers

  • Highly supportive peer network of other talented Dementia Specialists combined with great leadership  
  • Access to ongoing learning in latest evidence-based dementia care growing your own knowledge and expertise
  • Very competitive salary commensurate with experience that offers $15.9K NFP packaging benefits (Circa $102-105k + Super + NFP Salary packaging)

The Role

A new and exciting opportunity has become available in the Central Coast region to play a pivotal role in building capacity and enabling carers to better manage and respond to concerning behaviours in persons living with dementia.

As a Specialist Educator your focus will be to provide carer strategies through education and support to advance carer knowledge in best practice and person-centred dementia care.

This is a great opportunity to both empower and support carers in furthering their knowledge that will allow them to both recognise and implement their own person centred best practice behavioural management strategies.   

This is a great opportunity to further your own knowledge learning from latest research and leading educators in evidence based dementia care.

A very meaningful and personally rewarding opportunity awaits you knowing that you have have empowered and provided invaluable support to both carers and families and a higher quality of living for people living with dementia.

The Candidate

You will have a background in aged care and looking for an opportunity to specialise in dementia education.  You are passionate about person centred approach in dementia care and would thrive in a role knowing that you are furthering knowledge and insight in understanding responsive behaviours that will lead to higher quality care. You will have:

  • Prior experience as an Educator/Trainer/Teacher along with skills in developing learning resources
  • Natural leadership, strong communication and mentoring skills
  • Highly empathetic and warm nature who can build rapport with ease

If you currently hold Certificate IV TAE40116 or have prior TAE40110 qualifications these will be highly desirable along with any prior experience providing dementia education or aged care training.  In addition, current AHPRA registration is also highly desirable however not essential.

NFP salary packaging employer with a highly competitive salary on offer. You will additionally have access to your own continuous education and learning along with great network of like-minded peers, leaders and experts in dementia care

 

Please call Ed on 0406 664 779 for a confidential discussion to discuss your background and suitability for the position if you are not sure or to find out more.

Alternatively email your CV or enquiry to edward@welfarers.com.au

Dementia Specialist – Central Coast

Posted 5 months ago

The Opportunity
  
Welfare Recruitment Solutions have partnered with a highly respected industry leader to assist in the recruitment of Dementia Specialists in building further knowledge and insight in understanding responsive behaviours in persons living with dementia. The role could be full time or 4 days/week, Monday-Friday.
 
The opportunity further offers

  • Highly supportive peer network of other talented Dementia Specialists combined with great leadership  
  • Access to ongoing learning in latest evidence-based dementia care growing your own knowledge and expertise
  • Very competitive salary commensurate with experience that offers $15.9K NFP packaging benefits (Circa $102-105k + Super + NFP Salary packaging)

The Role

A new and exciting opportunity has become available in the Central Coast region to play a pivotal role in building capacity and enabling carers to better manage and respond to concerning behaviours in persons living with dementia.

As a Specialist Educator your focus will be to provide carer strategies through education and support to advance carer knowledge in best practice and person-centred dementia care.

This is a great opportunity to both empower and support carers in furthering their knowledge that will allow them to both recognise and implement their own person centred best practice behavioural management strategies.   

This is a great opportunity to further your own knowledge learning from latest research and leading educators in evidence based dementia care.

A very meaningful and personally rewarding opportunity awaits you knowing that you have have empowered and provided invaluable support to both carers and families and a higher quality of living for people living with dementia.

The Candidate

You will have a background in aged care and looking for an opportunity to specialise in dementia education.  You are passionate about person centred approach in dementia care and would thrive in a role knowing that you are furthering knowledge and insight in understanding responsive behaviours that will lead to higher quality care. You will have:

  • Prior experience as an Educator/Trainer/Teacher along with skills in developing learning resources
  • Natural leadership, strong communication and mentoring skills
  • Highly empathetic and warm nature who can build rapport with ease

If you currently hold Certificate IV TAE40116 or have prior TAE40110 qualifications these will be highly desirable along with any prior experience providing dementia education or aged care training.  In addition, current AHPRA registration is also highly desirable however not essential.

NFP salary packaging employer with a highly competitive salary on offer. You will additionally have access to your own continuous education and learning along with great network of like-minded peers, leaders and experts in dementia care

 

Please call Ed on 0406 664 779 for a confidential discussion to discuss your background and suitability for the position if you are not sure or to find out more.

Alternatively email your CV or enquiry to edward@welfarers.com.au

Dementia Specialist – North Melbourne

Posted 6 months ago

The Opportunity             

Welfare Recruitment Solutions has partnered with a highly respected industry leader to assist in the further recruitment of a number of Dementia Specialists who are living North and Eastern Melbourne.

The opportunity further offers

  • Highly supportive peer network of other talented Dementia Specialists combined with great leadership  
  • Access to ongoing learning in latest evidence-based dementia care growing your own knowledge and expertise
  • Very competitive salary commensurate with experience that offers $15.9K NFP packaging benefits (Circa $102-105k + Super + NFP Salary packaging)


The Role

Taking a person centred care approach you will provide a face to face assessment service for persons living with dementia that are showing a responsive behaviour ensuring that their care services and needs are met.  You will have a warm, engaging and collaborative approach where you will look to understand their dementia journey so far and context of the change in behaviour whether it related to a psychosocial need or other needs or triggers within their environment that might be contributing to the onset of a change.

This is a personally rewarding opportunity where you advocate on behalf of the person living with dementia ensuring an improved quality of living and that further care and support is responsive to their individual and diverse needs through your recommendations, behavioural management strategies and practical interventions. This is also a wonderful opportunity to provide further knowledge insight in educating family members, upskilling carers and others involved in their care in how to successfully identify and manage behavioural psychosocial symptoms of dementia when you are not there.  

The opportunity looks to align assessments to where you live and we are looking for further Dementia Specialists who are up for a new challenge for 2024 to join the growing Victoria team. The position additionally offers autonomy and flexibility on assessment days where you travel to and from assessments from home where you are able to provide further support and a greater reach to persons living with dementia.

  
The Candidate

  • Strong aged care experience working closely with persons living with dementia in residential care, community or acute/sub-acute settings.
  • Experience working in a Senior Nurse/Lead, Clinical Care Manager, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Diversional Therapist or other dementia specialised roles like a Dementia CNC. 
  • Alternatively, you may currently work in an ACAT/AN-ACC Assessor, Aged Care Management or as an Educator and would really enjoy making a more meaningful difference assessing and advocating for persons living with dementia at different stages of their journey.   
  • Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of different types of dementia, experience in successfully managing BPSD and astute in identifying triggers and unmet needs.
  • Further qualifications currently studying or completed in Dementia Care, Gerontology or Health & Ageing will be very highly regarded. Alternatively, you may be an avid self-learner in all things dementia care or in addition to your experience have a lot of learned dementia knowledge through courses, training and professional development.

This is a wonderful opportunity to work with talented dementia experts and educators, within a highly supportive environment and learn from the best! 

Please call Ed on 0406 664 779 for a confidential discussion to discuss your background and suitability for the position if you are not sure or to find out more.

Alternatively email your CV or enquiry to edward@welfarers.com.au

Dementia Specialist – Port Augusta/Port Pirie

Posted 7 months ago

The Opportunity             

Welfare Recruitment Solutions has partnered with a highly respected industry leader to assist in the further recruitment of a number of Dementia Specialists who are living in different locations around the Port Augusta/Port Pirie region to keep up with growing demand.

The opportunity further offers

  • Highly supportive peer network of other talented Dementia Specialists combined with great leadership  
  • Access to ongoing learning in latest evidence-based dementia care growing your own knowledge and expertise
  • Very competitive salary commensurate with experience that offers $15.9K NFP packaging benefits (Circa $102-105k + Super + NFP Salary packaging)


The Role

Taking a person centred care approach you will provide a face to face assessment service for persons living with dementia that are showing a responsive behaviour ensuring that their care services and needs are met.  You will have a warm, engaging and collaborative approach where you will look to understand their dementia journey so far and context of the change in behaviour whether it related to a psychosocial need or other needs or triggers within their environment that might be contributing to the onset of a change.

This is a personally rewarding opportunity where you advocate on behalf of the person living with dementia ensuring an improved quality of living and that further care and support is responsive to their individual and diverse needs through your recommendations, behavioural management strategies and practical interventions. This is also a wonderful opportunity to provide further knowledge insight in educating family members, upskilling carers and others involved in their care in how to successfully identify and manage behavioural psychosocial symptoms of dementia when you are not there.  

The opportunity looks to align assessments to where you live and we are looking for further Dementia Specialists who are up for a new challenge. The position additionally offers autonomy and flexibility on assessment days where you travel to and from assessments from home where you are able to provide further support and a greater reach to persons living with dementia.

  
The Candidate

  • Strong aged care experience working closely with persons living with dementia in residential care, community or acute/sub-acute settings.
  • Experience working in a Senior Nurse/Lead, Clinical Care Manager, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Diversional Therapist or other dementia specialised roles like a Dementia CNC. 
  • Alternatively, you may currently work in an ACAT/AN-ACC Assessor, Aged Care Management or as an Educator and would really enjoy making a more meaningful difference assessing and advocating for persons living with dementia at different stages of their journey.   
  • Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of different types of dementia, experience in successfully managing BPSD and astute in identifying triggers and unmet needs.
  • Further qualifications currently studying or completed in Dementia Care, Gerontology or Health & Ageing will be very highly regarded. Alternatively, you may be an avid self-learner in all things dementia care or in addition to your experience have a lot of learned dementia knowledge through courses, training and professional development.

This is a wonderful opportunity to work with talented dementia experts and educators, within a highly supportive environment and learn from the best! 

Please call Ed on 0406 664 779 for a confidential discussion to discuss your background and suitability for the position if you are not sure or to find out more.

Alternatively email your CV or enquiry to edward@welfarers.com.au