At Eskleigh, we are always looking for people with the right skills, abilities and attitude, to join our organisation. There are many and varied roles within our organisation, each as vitally important as the next in maintaining our high standards of care and support for people with a disability in Tasmania.
Whether you’re looking for a rewarding new workplace, a career change, or would like to become a volunteer, if you are committed to helping others and want to make a difference, we would love to hear from you.
- Administration staff
- Catering Staff
- Service Employees
- Support Workers
- Lifestyle & Leisure Therapists
- Enrolled Nurses
- Registered Nurses
Volunteer with us
Have you always wanted to volunteer your services to a not-for-profit organisation in an industry you feel passionate about? Now is your chance to make a difference to people’s lives.
At Eskleigh, we are always looking for friendly, caring volunteers to assist in the everyday running of our organisation. We rely on the unique skills and services of many different people within our community to continually provide a high quality support service to people with a disability. From administration support and event organisation, to gardening, cooking, and art and craft, there are many different ways in which you can contribute.
Being a volunteer can be one of the most personally rewarding and meaningful experiences you will have in life. Meet a committed and passionate group of people with common values, and work for a well-established and respected organisation that strongly values your contribution. You will discover new skills and personal development, build lasting friendships and connections, as well as make a positive and meaningful contribution to your local community and the lives of people with a disability.
Don’t have the qualifications to work in the role you would really love? Talk to us about the opportunities to develop your skills and become part of this rewarding and professional industry. Perhaps you are looking to re-enter the workforce after children and would like a new direction in your career; we would also love to talk to you about the training opportunities available. In return for your energy and commitment to our organisation, we will provide an attractive and rewarding workplace that values you as an individual. We are prepared to assist the right candidates to further develop their skills and gain relevant qualifications.
Disability Support Worker (casual)
Location: Campbell Town
Applications close 6 August 2018
Eskleigh is a progressive not for profit organisation providing high quality support to people with a disability, their families and carers within Tasmania. To learn more about Eskleigh, visit www.eskleigh.com.au
Do you have a passion to help people achieve their goals?
Are you ready for a challenge and prepared to give 100% to make that difference in someone’s life?
Eskleigh is seeking a support worker to support a person in the Campbell Town area. Your role may vary and will include daily living skills, community access, promoting independence, planning, and helping the person to achieve their goals.
To be successful in this role you must be committed, motivated, enthusiastic, maintain a sense of fun, enjoy challenges and show respect for people’s individual choice’s and decisions.
If you have a genuine commitment to providing a high quality service which offers choice, support and flexibility while enhancing community participation and quality of life, we would love to hear from you!
Requirements, Skills and Expertise
- Experience supporting people with disabilities;
- Current First Aid Certificate;
- Current CPR certificate;
- Current Working with Vulnerable People Check;
- Current National Police Check (dated within the last 3 months)
We provide in-house training and professional development opportunities to support your growth and passion. You will also have access to attractive salary packing to increase your take home pay and we offer a variety of shifts and times flexible for an ideal work/life balance.
Join today to reap the rewards of working with one of the leading disability service providers in Tasmania. If this sounds like the job for your, please forward your application including your working availability to Human Resource & Special Projects Officer, Catherine McIntyre firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, contact Northern Services Coordinator Pamela Ivanics or Human Resource Officer Catherine McIntyre on 6398 7100.
Applications close 6 August 2018