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About the Program
Austin Street is a purpose built accommodation service specifically designed to meet the needs of residents requiring complex care due to acquired brain injury (ABI). The team works with residents, their families and support staff to provide plans and strategies to improve their wellbeing and independence.
About the role
As a Disability Support Worker (DSW), you will provide personalised quality care and active support to individuals who are living with an ABI, based on their individual needs and in line with their Person Centred Plan.
We currently have a range of permanent part-time shifts available, offering between 25 – 30 hours per week. All suitable applicants will be required to attend a group interview and assessment centre on Thursday 11th August, 2022 between 11am – 3pm.
You will hold a Certificate IV in Disability and have demonstrated experience working with and providing care to individuals with high needs (preferably experience working with ABI clients). You will also have:
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