|Location:||New South Wales, New South Wales|
|Job Type:||Full Time|
About the opportunity
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Case Manager to join our friendly and supportive Sydney Central Home & Community Care team on a permanent full-time basis.
Due to increasing service delivery growth within our region, we are looking for an exceptional candidate to manage a new, diverse and challenging portfolio. Working across home care packages, Assistance Care and Housing program (ACH) including Hoarding and Squalor and Social and Affordable Housing Fund (SAHF).
The role is based in Lilyfield with clients across the Inner West and South East Sydney.
Key responsibilities assisting our clients include:
- Provide complex person-centred case management, assessment and facilitation of:-
- Home Care Packages (HCP)
- Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP)
- Social and Affordable Housing Fund (SAHF)
- Assistance Care and Housing program (ACH)- Hoarding and Squalor
- Assist and enable clients to understand their aged care funding in accordance with financial budgets and program operational guidelines
- Community Networking, sales and business development to promote Uniting Services
- Ensure compliance with Aged Care Quality Standards
- Engage in positive and collaborative team work
- Providing cost effective, evidence based and goal orientated case management while working in partnership with clients to achieve positive outcomes reflecting meaning and purpose for our clients.
You are an exceptional team player with a high level of energy and enthusiasm that thrives on helping others. Specifically, you will be able to demonstrate:
- Previous experience and or qualifications in an Allied Heath, Nursing, Aged Care or Community Aged Care environment
- Previous experience and or knowledge of HCP’s, CHSP, SAHF and ACH
- Previous experience and or knowledge in Hoarding and Squalor, mental health, Alcohol and Other Drugs and Homelessness
- Proficient experience in case management and consumer directed care principles
- Working knowledge and aged care standards
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work under pressure and concurrently manage the demands of a diverse case load
- Sound and proficient organisational skills with strong time management
- Ability to build rapport and trust with clients and colleagues
- Ability to prioritise competing workloads and task
- Proficient in using computer applications including Microsoft office, client/data management systems and a willingness to learn new programs
- Current First Aid or willingness to obtain
Australian Driver’s License and access to your own vehicle
- Demonstrated commitment to Uniting values “We are bold, imaginative, respectful and compassionate.”
Benefits & culture
Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer. Uniting supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. We celebrate our diversity and welcome staff regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and lifestyle choices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
- Ongoing training & career development opportunities
- Salary packaging for permanent employees (visit http://www.salary.com.au for more information)
- Paid travel entitlements
- Discounts with select retailers
- An accessible employee assistance program to support your wellbeing
Click on the link below to apply now and join an organisation that makes a difference!
Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which may include a national police check and reference checks.