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Complex Care Support Workers In Tauranga, Papamoa And Whakatane, |, Adview Online

Published 2022-08-06
Expires 2022-09-06
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Complex Care Support Workers In Tauranga, Papamoa And Whakatane, |, Adview Online
New Zealand, Nz, |,
Published August 6, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Complex care support workers in tauranga, papamoa and whakatane


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WANT JOB SATISFACTION
You will support our client as part of his 24/7 care team. Providing support with daily living activities including specialised personal cares.
Aside from supporting his clinical needs, our client is out and about in this sunny coastal town. This social local enjoys the outdoors, cafes and travelling around the country, staying in various locations with some fishing now and then.
You will be responsible to enable our client to live the life he wants to lead, whilst providing the highest level of care. We are needing a Complex Care Support Worker who can jump into this role with confidence and who is respectful, energetic, fun, kind, have common sense, a good sense of humour and has great time management skills whilst working with our client.
Our support worker must be confident in driving our client's mobility vehicle
therefore a full New Zealand driver's licence is a must.
As a specialist provider of Homecare and Healthcare services, we pride ourselves on providing the best care, by hiring the best people. Exciting opportunities have arisen within our complex care/serious injury team for an experienced support worker, supporting our client in his home in the lovely Tauranga.
Due to the nature of our clients varied disabilities, you will need to have:
Experience assisting people with a spinal cord injury
Manual handling / Full Body Hoist
Full Drivers Licence a MUST!
Available to work part-time or full-time and a minimum of a 10-hour shift
Flexible between daily shifts and overnight.
Be able to travel with the clients as the need arises
In return for your awesomeness, you will be handsomely rewarded with a great hourly rate, mileage, continuing professional development opportunities, a beautiful working environment and a friendly supportive team to back you up.
If you want to make a difference in someone's world and be a part of a tight-knit team, feel free to apply or call on 09 354 3202 and speak with Russel or email [email protected] for more information about this exciting opportunity, or just click Apply now youd be mad not to!

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Full -time and part time hours / Full Orientation
Fully Funded Level 4 NZQA and Professional Development

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