- Community Services # 1- Out Of Hospital Care Case Manager
- Exciting new roles based in ACT and NSW (Bega and Batemans Bay area)
- Enjoy excellent salary packaging options
We are looking for passionate and motivated people who are keen to join our agile, fun, responsive organisation, and who share our commitment to enhancing quality of life of clients.
We are seeking experienced, highly skilled Case Managers who are excited by new challenges and passionate about supporting clients to achieve individual goals.
About our Case Managers role and employee rewards:
- Permanent full-time position – 76 hours/fortnight
- Position based in Canberra, Bega and Moruya with the person in Bega will work out of the offices of Sapphire Coast Community Aged Care Group Ltd while the person based in Batesman Bay will work from home with meeting room support from Banksia village
- Annual salary range – $77,577 to $83,486, commensurate with qualifications and experience, plus 10.5% superannuation
- Excellent salary packaging options that allow you to spend $18,550 of your pre-tax salary on everyday expenses (eg. rent, mortgage, groceries, school fees, etc) and entertainment (eg. eating out), significantly increasing your take home pay. Other packaging options are also available (eg. Superannuation)
- Staff Health and Wellbeing program, including additional leave to help you refresh and manage your total health
- Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award Level 4
What you will be responsible for as a Case Manager:
- Maintaining relationships with clinicians including feedback on referrals, services and client outcomes
- Conducting comprehensive client assessments, arranging for service provision to clients, and exiting clients from the program upon service completion
- Developing care and service plans
- Maintaining progress notes, monitoring and adjusting services as needed
- Ensuring exit interviews and transitions to new services are undertaken
- Monitoring package budgets and setting up home care services as needed
- Make referrals to other service providers
To be successful in the Case Manager role, you will:
- Demonstrate experience in case management across client assessments and planning
- Demonstrate ability to work with clients with diverse cultural, emotional and social needs with health goals ranging from rehabilitation to disability support to end of life
- Have strong interpersonal, engagement and relationship building skills
- Be available to travel across NSW, as required
- Hold a current drivers licence and your own vehicle
- Hold a National Police Record Check
- Hold a Working with Children Check
- Hold current first aid certification
- Hold unrestricted Australian working rights
If this sounds like you, apply now! Indicate your interest by submitting your resume with a cover letter of no more than two pages to CS1Recruitment@communityservices1.org
For more information about our recruitment process, please call Linda (People and Culture) on 02 6126 4736
For more information about the role, please call Kelly Altenburg Operations Director Community Support Services on 02 6126 4755
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
At Community Services #1 we recognise that our people are multi-dimensional. We take a human approach to create a work environment where all people feel like they can bring their authentic selves to work, every day.
We believe that equality drives innovation. Our commitment to accelerating equality starts at the top with our board and CEO and extends across every part of the organisation. This comes to life when our people own the equality agenda, making it part of their jobs – every decision, every day – and feel free to speak up and to act.
We do not tolerate discrimination because of differences, such as age, ability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity or expression, religion, or sexual orientation.
Community Services #1 acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work.
We pay our respect to their Elders – past, present and emerging. We recognise their contribution to creating a thriving community through the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Australia’s First Peoples.