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TnC Care are HIRING!!!
Disability Support Worker
- Flexibility of part-time ongoing work and/or Casual work
- Work in a great team environment
- The opportunity to have a positive impact on peoples’ lives
TnC Care has great opportunities for energetic individuals to support people with disabilities to actively participate within their community and home life. In addition, we offer opportunities for learning and development, and casual, part-time or permanent hours to suit your work/life balance.
Working within Melbourne Metro and/or Regional Victoria, you will have the opportunity to support individuals with all areas of their life, from participation in recreational and social activities to assistance with their day-to-day living.
We are looking for people who want to improve the lifestyles of people with a disability, uphold their human rights and work towards empowering individuals to live the life they choose.
In this role you will:
Support people in their day-to-day living, ensuring they have opportunities to develop and maintain a valued lifestyle.
Provide services to individuals which are developed specifically for their needs and within our "Person Centred" approach of delivery by providing support for people with disabilities in a range of settings, in the home and in community based activities
Support and promote TnC Care’s commitment to equity and social responsibility
Monitor and record daily progress of Participants with goals
To Be Successful in this Position You Will Need:
Great communication skills with a diverse range of people.
Be able to work alone and within a team.
Be able to work with people of differing abilities and some awareness of disability issues.
Be able to build strong supportive relationships with staff and participants
Have good problem solving and a calm manner.
Previous experience in the disability sector
Please Note: It is mandatory for the successful applicant to hold a current Working with Children Check and undergo an NDIS Worker Screening Check prior to commencement. These can be done as part of the recruitment process.
To apply for this position, you will need to email your Resume with a minimum of two references to myself at: email@example.com
The 5 skills employers seek (and how to show them)
2. Confidence using technology
Being technologically literate has been important for many years, but many organisations suddenly had to implement new technologies during the pandemic. “To stay relevant, companies across all industries are seeking tech-savvy professionals,” says , a Director at a lead Recruitment in Australia.
“Familiarity with tools such as teleconferencing, collaboration platforms, file sharing, remote learning and the ability to organise and deliver virtual events are now essential for many.”
How to show your aptitude for technology
Because technology is evolving at such a rapid pace, make sure you can demonstrate that your knowledge and skills are up to date. In an interview or application, identify how you use different technologies and how they assist your work (e.g. boost productivity, support teamwork or help streamline communication).
The pandemic showed us that the world can change dramatically and very quickly. When employers brought in different strategies to ensure their businesses were sustainable, they needed adaptable and agile employees.
“Hiring managers are looking for employees who can be productive in an environment without necessarily having a blueprint, road map or written process to follow.”
4. How to demonstrate your agility
Teams and roles have undergone a lot of change, so mention how you’ve raised your hand for projects and tasks that are not necessarily part of your job scope “That’s a great way to highlight you’re a team player who adapts easily to change,’ states the Managing Director.
Hiring managers are looking for employees who are proactive and have taken initiative in learning new skills or seeking out new opportunities. As it turns out, 42% of Australians learned new skills in 2020 that they would not have if it wasn’t for COVID-19.
How to show that you’re proactive
“In an interview, I’d be keen to hear about your achievements separate from your job description,” states the Managing Director of a leading New Zealand Recruitment Agency.
“For example, did you pick up any extra projects or tasks during lockdown? What did you achieve during your down time? Being able to articulate this gives me an understanding that you didn’t retreat from work during the pandemic, but rather you made an attempt to be energetic and upbeat during a tough situation.”
6. Emotional intelligence
Having the ability to understand, manage and express your emotions is another key skill. In turbulent times, it’s crucial that companies have employees who can respond appropriately to the emotions of others – whether it’s their manager, colleagues, clients or customers.
“Being self-aware and able to connect with others are qualities that will help you land a job and grow your career,” states the Director of a leading Recruitment company in Australia.
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....speaking of the cinema there are some fantastic kitchen hand opportunites available with Village Roadshow so if you are looking for employment to support you whilst you're studying then apply below!
Hunting for a job in Australia is a fairly straightforward process . There is a wide range of websites, listings and support services, both specialised and more general, with comprehensive information of jobs that are available. Once you’ve found your ideal job, your goal is to secure it.
As an international student in Australia, you have the opportunity to work while studying, but also to find full-time work post-graduation, while your knowledge is fresh and the network you have built is strong.
Whether you’re looking for a part-time or casual job, or jumping into your career, here are seven top tips to help you successfully on your employment pathway.
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We are currently looking for Front of House Customer Focused Bar Supervisors for who can be “the face” of our Olympic Bar in St Kilda, and also our amazing events.
Convinced yet? With major events like Grand Prix and Spring Racing Carnival (Bird Cage); and clients like Tiffany & Co, Prada, Hermes, Ferrari, Maserati and Aston Martin… you’ll get to work with the best, for the best!
You will ideally have previous experience in:
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In exchange you will work for an awesome company with people who will support your development and growth within the organisation. We are focused on fostering your skills and strengths!
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"Calling all Travel and Tourism students and graduates.... This is your captain speaking, come on board and set your career sailing with the Spirit of Tasmania!
Join a team of over 500 employees working together to run one of Australia's iconic tourism operators.
With two twin ships sailing across Bass Strait each night, carrying up to 1400 passengers and 500 vehicles, we require a talented hands-on team to maintain our vessels in shipshape condition and to ensure our passengers experience an enjoyable and relaxing trip to remember.
We employ a diverse range of roles, offering you a unique and long-term career and the opportunity to develop your skills and experience.
We encourage you to explore our current vacancies and watch our videos capturing the career highlights and stories from some of our current Spirit of Tasmania employees.
Please note, to be eligible for employment, you may be required to obtain a Maritime Security Identification Card (MSIC). For further details regarding the MSIC Scheme, please go to the following link:http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/transport/security/maritime/msics/inde…
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