Jobs Archive - Afea Care Services

People and Culture Manager

As Afea Care Services evolves, the business requires a People and Culture Manager to support the growing number of employees. In this role you will lead and support the People and Culture team and work very closely with the CEO to understand business needs and provide strategic people support on a national level. Key to this role will be ensuring the business has the organisational and workforce capacity, capability, and culture to achieve its strategic objectives.

This role is well suited for someone who is looking for the perfect opportunity to enjoy work-life balance while still being challenged in an autonomous and influential role within a company committed to continuous improvement.

Key Responsibilities

  • Managing, leading, engaging, and developing the People and Culture team
  • Develop and implement People and Culture strategies and initiatives in collaboration with CEO
  • Provide successful workforce planning; ensure quality of staffing to meet the requirements of the business
  • Lead the recruitment and selection process for head office employees and casual community support workers
  • Design and deliver strategic and robust training/development plans and initiatives to address specific business needs
  • Delivery of a comprehensive succession plan for all employees
  • Assist people leaders with quality support and advise on managing and leading their team
  • Offer successful solutions to employee relations issues which comply with federal and state employment laws
  • Ensure compliance with internal human resource policies and practices, and with relevant labour and employment legislations
  • Working across our Parramatta and Chatswood Offices

Key Requirements:

  • Minimum of tertiary qualification in Human Resources Management (HRM)
  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience in a similar position and reporting into senior executives/CEOs
  • Ability to work in a face-paced environment with high levels of agility and resilience
  • Be commercially astute with a demonstrated growth mindset
  • Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to influence and negotiate outcomes where required
  • An exceptional ability to develop and form genuine relationships with a variety of internal and external stakeholders
  • Membership with the Australian Human Resource Institute (or similar) is highly regarded
  • Extensive experience and proven track record in overall Human Resources strategy development, execution and delivery
  • Understanding of contemporary Human Resources practices and performance management systems
  • Experience with Employment Hero is desirable

The Benefits

  • Annual Leave loading
  • Great opportunity for professional growth
  • Opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives
  • Modern, purpose-built officed with a positive and nurturing culture
  • Employee Assistance Program, mindfulness sessions and self-care programs

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Digital Marketing Specialist

About us

Our Mission is to Empower People. Afea is a heart-centred company that puts its people and the community first. Our culture is one that fosters creative ideas and innovation whilst maintaining a personalised approach. Afea is one of the most Trusted Disability and Aged Care providers in Australia.

Be a part of a rapidly expanding, tech-savvy organisation that gives back to the community.

About the role

This role is perfect for you if you are an enthusiastic, self-starter with excellent communication who loves telling stories and contributing to the overall marketing strategy of increasing brand awareness and driving engagement, resulting in strong lead generation. You will collaborate with the rest of the marketing team and the sales teams to plan, execute and report on all of our digital marketing and communications efforts across three of our brands. You must be passionate about the management of social media content, Google Ads, SEO, EDMs, Facebook and LinkedIn Ads.

As part of the Afea Group Marketing Team, you will:

  • Define and execute the digital marketing strategy to drive brand growth (awareness, leads, engagement, conversion and retention)
  • Work with Creative Marketing Specialist to produce purposeful content for all digital media
  • Monitor campaign performance and report on ROI and engagement
  • Optimise content for SEO and keep websites dynamic and relevant (WordPress)
  • Manage paid search and digital ads including on Google, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube
  • Create and share visual and written content on social media channels for all corporate brands
  • Other initiatives as required, such as alliance opportunities, stakeholder management, assistance with planning expos, networking events and other marketing projects

About you:

  • Minimum 2+ years’ experience working in digital marketing and social media campaigns
  • Tertiary qualifications in Marketing, Communications, Digital Media or other related fields
  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • A love for storytelling, social media, and content creation
  • Experience with web development, CRM systems and EDM software
  • Working knowledge of the Adobe Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign)
  • Knack for photography/videography and editing preferred

The perks

  • Based in the heart of the North Shore, with flexibility to work at our brand-new office in Parramatta
  • In-house and external training and career development
  • Meaningful, rewarding career in a supportive, dynamic team
  • Recognitions, rewards and mentorship from inspiring leaders
  • Employee Assistance Program, regular mindfulness sessions and self-care program

The Closing date for applications is 5 PM Friday 26th February 2021.

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Care Manager – Registered Nurse

About Us:

Afea Care Services is a leading disability and aged care services provider in NSW, Australia. We pride ourselves on our vision, To be the Most Trusted Care Provider, and our mission, To Empower People. Through our transparent approach, the power of our smiles and the clinical know-how, we aim to make a real difference in the lives of people in our community.

Joining the team at Afea means you will be joining a rapidly expanding organisation with opportunities for ongoing development for driven and ambitious individuals. We look forward to hearing from you!

What you’ll love about Afea:

Joining the team at Afea means you will be joining a rapidly expanding purpose-led organisation with opportunities for mentorship from our exceptional leaders.

We also offer:

  • Annual Leave loading
  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • Opportunity to work from home
  • Opportunities to grow professionally
  • Employee Assistance Program for Afea employees
  • An inspiring, fun and vibrant group of people to work with
  • Recognition, rewards and mentorship from exceptional leaders

As a Care Manager, you will be responsible for:

  • Ability to assess complex care clients
  • Monitoring and managing carers and their performance
  • Build long-term, trusted relationships with industry alliances
  • Reassessing and renewing client service agreements as required
  • Undertaking comprehensive client assessments by using clinical nursing skills
  • Completing client care assessments and articulating Afea’s client value proposition
  • Promoting Afea Care Services in the community and generate new leads through attending community and social events related to the home care service industry

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Excellent Clinical skills
  • Full Australian driving license
  • Current Nurses Registration with AHPRA
  • Good communication skills (verbal, electronic and written)
  • A high degree of empathy and passion for helping people
  • Experience in managing/mentoring carers and success in managing change
  • Some understanding of Home Care Packages and National Disability and Insurance Scheme knowledge

 

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Afea Carer

Empower people to live a better life

What you’ll love about working at Afea:

  • Competitive hourly rates
  • Recognition and award programs
  • Flexible working conditions and hours
  • Continuous career development opportunities and trainings
  • Friendly and supportive team for personalised ongoing support
  • CBHS Corporate Health Insurance discount for Afea employees
  • Warm company culture with fun social events and team bonding activities

What we need from you:

  • Current Police Check
  • Certificate III or higher
  • Availability to work on a flexible roster
  • Current Provide First Aid & CPR certificate
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • Current Working with Children Check (or willing to obtain)
  • Must have unrestricted NSW Drivers’ License and regular access to the car
  • Experience in supporting clients with mental health conditions is highly desirable

Location: Sydney Suburbs

Job Type: Casual

If you meet the requirements above, we would love to hear from you!

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Afea Carer (Certificate IV or Medication Administration)

Empower people to live a better life

What you’ll love about working at Afea:

  • Competitive hourly rates
  • Recognition and award programs
  • Flexible working conditions and hours
  • Continuous career development opportunities and trainings
  • Friendly and supportive team for personalised ongoing support
  • CBHS Corporate Health Insurance discount for Afea employees
  • Warm company culture with fun social events and team bonding activities

What we need from you:

  • Current Police Check
  • Willing to Drive to Oatlands NSW
  • Current First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Current Working with Children Check
  • Must have experience in Manual Handling
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • Unrestricted NSW Drivers’ License and regular access to own car is preferable
  • Must have Certificate IV in Aged Care or Disability OR Medication Administration Certificate
  • Availability to work on a flexible roster, which may include a combination of shifts during days, afternoon, active nights, sleepovers and weekends

If you meet the requirements above, we would love to hear from you!

Please note that only candidates who meet the above requirements will be contacted.

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Afea Carer – Farsi Speaking

Empower people to live a better life

What you’ll love about working at Afea:

  • Competitive hourly rates
  • Recognition and award programs
  • Flexible working conditions and hours
  • Continuous career development opportunities and trainings
  • Friendly and supportive team for personalised ongoing support
  • CBHS Corporate Health Insurance discount for Afea employees
  • Warm company culture with fun social events and team bonding activities

What we need from you:

  • Farsi Speaking
  • Current Police Check
  • Certificate III or higher
  • Current Provide First Aid & CPR certificate
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • Current Working with Children Check (or willing to obtain)
  • Must have experience in supporting clients with mental health conditions
  • Availability to work on a flexible roster and willing to travel to Broadmeadows
  • Must have unrestricted NSW Drivers’ License and regular access to the car

If you meet the requirements above, we would love to hear from you!

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Afea Carer – Tamil or Sinhala Speaking

Empower people to live a better life

What you’ll love about working at Afea:

  • Competitive hourly rates
  • Recognition and award programs
  • Flexible working conditions and hours
  • Continuous career development opportunities and trainings
  • Friendly and supportive team for personalised ongoing support
  • CBHS Corporate Health Insurance discount for Afea employees
  • Warm company culture with fun social events and team bonding activities

What we need from you:

  • Current Police Check
  • Tamil or Sinhala Speaking
  • Current First Aid and CPR certificate
  • Current Working with Children Check
  • Certificate III or higher in Aged Care or Disability
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • Must have unrestricted Victorian Drivers’ License and regular access to own car
  • Availability to work on a flexible roster and willing to Drive to Mordialloc VIC and surrounding Suburbs

If you meet the requirements above, we would love to hear from you!

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Support Coordinator

About Us:

Afea Care Services is a leading disability and aged care services provider based in NSW, Australia. We pride ourselves on our vision, To be the Most Trusted Care Provider, and our mission, To Empower People. Through our transparent approach, the power of our smiles and the clinical know-how, we aim to make a real difference in the lives of people in our community.

Joining the team at Afea means you will be joining a rapidly expanding organisation with opportunities for ongoing development for driven and ambitious individuals. We look forward to hearing from you!

What you’ll love about Afea:

Joining the team at Afea means you will be joining a rapidly expanding purpose-led organisation with opportunities for mentorship from our exceptional leaders.

We also offer:

  • Annual Leave loading
  • Monthly mindfulness sessions
  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • Opportunities to grow professionally
  • Fruit and Milk Deliveries straight to work
  • Purpose-built office space and amenities
  • Fun social events and team bonding days
  • Employee Assistance Program for Afea employees
  • An inspiring, fun and vibrant group of people to work with
  • Recognition, rewards and mentorship from exceptional leaders
  • Compounding anniversary bonus on completing each successful year at Afea

As a Support Coordinator, you will be responsible for:

  • Promoting a professional image of Afea to internal and external stakeholders
  • Collaborating with management on identifying areas of improvement in efficiency and productivity
  • Remaining abreast of industry trends and developments in the National Disability Insurance Scheme
  • Developing and recording progress of goals for clients that are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound (SMART)
  • Promoting Afea Support Coordination Services in the community and generating new leads through attending community and social events related to the home care service industry
  • Encouraging clients to exercise choice and control to access a range of formal and informal mainstream and community-based support, by identifying opportunities for innovative service delivery
  • Building and maintaining long-term relationships with key stakeholders including, local area coordinators, social workers, mental health alliances, industry alliances and partners including and not limited to allied health partners

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Exceptional customer service skills and the ability to solve complex problems
  • Clear understanding of the NDIS Act 2013 and its corresponding policies and procedures
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including a high standard of report writing
  • Tertiary qualifications in social science, case management, social work or other related area is highly regarded
  • Comprehension of the NDIS legislation and rules including provisions relating to reasonable and necessary supports

Eligibility:

  • Resident of Melbourne, Victoria
  • Full Australian Driving licence is required
  • Current and Valid Australian Federal Police Check & Working Children Check
  • An Australian or New Zealand citizen, or an Australian permanent resident

This is a great opportunity for an experienced Support Coordinator in Melbourne who is looking for growth in an expanding environment.

 

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Care Manager

About Us:

Afea Care Services is a leading disability and aged care services provider in NSW, Australia. We pride ourselves on our vision, To be the Most Trusted Care Provider, and our mission, To Empower People. Through our transparent approach, the power of our smiles and the clinical know-how, we aim to make a real difference in the lives of people in our community.

Joining the team at Afea means you will be joining a rapidly expanding organisation with opportunities for ongoing development for driven and ambitious individuals. We look forward to hearing from you!

What you’ll love about Afea:

Joining the team at Afea means you will be joining a rapidly expanding purpose-led organisation with opportunities for mentorship from our exceptional leaders.

We also offer:

  • Annual Leave loading
  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • Opportunity to work from home
  • Opportunities to grow professionally
  • Employee Assistance Program for Afea employees
  • An inspiring, fun and vibrant group of people to work with
  • Recognition, rewards and mentorship from exceptional leaders

As a Care Manager, you will be responsible for:

  • Growing clients in a designated area
  • Monitoring and managing staff and their performance
  • Reassessing and renewing client service agreements as required
  • Building long-term, trusted relationships with industry alliances
  • Managing client Home Care Packages from Case Management through to Reviews
  • Utilising your business acumen and negotiation skills to develop, articulate and execute on value-led home care solutions to your clients
  • Assessing the needs of clients in conjunction with third parties (i.e. Support Coordinators) and suggesting appropriate services in accordance with the Care Plan
  • Promoting Afea Care Services in the community and generating new leads through attending community and social events related to the home care service industry

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • A current valid Australian Driver’s licence
  • Bachelor in Social work or relevant qualification
  • Demonstrated client or Case Management experience
  • Exceptional customer service, negotiation and influencing skills
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience within a human services environment, preferably with people with disabilities
  • Highly developed leadership, customer service, relationship management, communication, collaboration and interpersonal skills

 

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Mental Health Support Worker

We are looking for experienced Mental Health Workers to provide support to our clients around Sydney. This rewarding role is perfect for someone who is passionate about helping people within the mental health space.

About Us:

Afea Care Services is a leading disability and aged care services provider in Australia. We pride ourselves on our vision, To be the Most Trusted Care Provider, and our mission, To Empower People. Through our transparent approach, the power of our smiles and the clinical know-how, we aim to make a real difference in the lives of people in our community.

What you’ll love about Afea:

Joining the team at Afea means you will be joining a rapidly expanding purpose-led organisation with opportunities for mentorship from our exceptional leaders.

We also offer:

  • Annual Leave loading
  • Monthly mindfulness sessions
  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • Opportunities to grow professionally
  • Fun social events and team bonding days
  • Employee Assistance Program for Afea employees
  • An inspiring, fun and vibrant group of people to work with
  • Recognition, rewards and mentorship from exceptional leaders

As a Mental Health Carer (Support Worker), you will find yourself:

  • Providing individualised care for the client, using a person-centred approach
  • Positively engaging, interacting, and working with people who have complex mental health needs
  • Applying sensitivity, empathy, cultural awareness and an open-minded approach to client’s needs
  • Improving the quality of life by making the accommodation as homely and comfortable as possible
  • Managing challenging behaviours and applying of Behavioural Management Plans when applicable
  • Delivering in-home supports to assist in the independent living of our participants with complex support needs

Qualifications, skills and experience required:

  • Current clear Police Check
  • Current First Aid & CPR certificate
  • Relevant qualifications in mental health
  • Empathetic and clear communication skills with developed interpersonal skills
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in complex mental health, social anxiety, schizophrenia and challenging behaviours
  • Available to work on a flexible roster, which may include a combination of shifts during days, afternoons, active nights, sleepovers and weekends.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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