Are you looking for a new career in 2021?
Have you trained in community services and want to get started?
Are you currently studying and can work around study commitments?
Bendigo-based NDIS Provider Amicus has new opportunities to work one person at a time with children and adults with a disability so they can live a good life and be actively involved in our community.
Amicus are seeking applicants who are passionate about human rights, have formal qualifications in community services or have completed your first year of university in either teaching, nursing or health sciences and have good availability including mornings, evenings, sleepover supports and weekends.
Amicus has a number of people choosing their support who also have complex behavioural,
medical and health needs so Amicus are also keen to hear from experienced practitioners.
Skills & Experience:
- Qualified people who have a certificate III or IV or higher in disability or a related field
- Or People that are currently studying a relevant qualification
- Have completed your first year of university in either teaching, nursing or health sciences
- Current First Aid Certificate
- Current Drivers Licence, Police Check and Working with Children’s Checks are essential
How to apply:
If you meet the above criteria, are interested in working “one person at a time”, are able to
work flexibly and have qualifications in disability or a related field please attend an information session to find out more.
Maryborough – Wednesday 9th December 2020 at 5.15pm
Bendigo – Thursday 10th December 2020 at 5.15pm
Please register your attendance for the information session and obtain location details by
phoning Kim on 03 5441 2666 or emailing – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to join our team, you can submit an application at the information session.
Please bring along your resume and contact details for 2 referees on the night.