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CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning is a significant and reputable organisation with more than 150 employees providing services and support to families, couples, individuals and children in the local community.

We provide excellent working conditions including family-friendly workplaces; tax free salary packaging; paid maternity leave for eligible employees and an employee assistance program.

Benefits of working for CatholicCare

  • Great career path opportunities
  • 9 weeks paid maternity leave for eligible employees
  • Tax free salary packaging of up to $16,050
  • Meal Entertainment card
  • Discounted gym memberships
  • Ongoing training and development opportunities
  • Family-friendly workplace, including flexible working conditions
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Locations in Newcastle (Mayfield), Lake Macquarie (Cardiff), Maitland, Taree and Gloucester.

Do I have to be Catholic to work at CatholicCare?

No, you do not have to be Catholic to work at CatholicCare Social Services Hunter-Manning.

Like any organisation, we ask that all our employees respect the religious choices of other employees. We ask that all employees display an active commitment to our Mission, Vision and Values.

 


JOB VACANCIES

Care Team Worker - Part-time

CatholicCare Hunter-Manning is a not-for-profit provider of a range of services to individuals, families, and groups. It is an agency of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. There are approximately 160 employees operating in over four separate sites across the Hunter and Manning regions.

Due to an exciting implementation of a new therapeutic care model, a number of Care Team Worker roles at CatholicCare have been created.

The position of Care Team Worker will be responsible for the provision of therapeutic care and support in a home like environment to people with disabilities (intellectual, physical and mental) who reside in CatholicCare’s community based supported accommodation homes. Care Team Workers actively work with the people we support to assist them to live as independently as possible in the community.

Day-to-day tasks include supporting people to dress, maintain hygiene, cook and clean and assist the people we support meet their hopes, dreams and aspirations as identified and outlined in their person centred plans. CatholicCare supports the ethos of the NDIS and promotes choice and control for each of the people we support.

Care Team Workers must have a strong commitment to working as part of an end to end therapeutic care team where reflection leads to better practice and the needs of the people we support are the primary consideration at all times.


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