At Spinal Home Help (SHH), we’re on a mission to make a real difference in the lives of people with disabilities and their families. It all started when our founder, Malakai, sustained a spinal cord injury in a surfing accident. During his rehabilitation, he discovered a passion for advocacy and a desire to help others facing similar challenges. And so, SHH was born.
We’re looking for compassionate and dedicated support workers who want to make a real impact. If you’re someone who values feeling valued and appreciated, we’d love to hear from you.
As a support worker with SHH, you’ll work with people with disabilities and/or mental health conditions to help them meet their goals, live independently, and exercise choice and control. We take a person-centered approach, tailoring our support to meet each individual’s unique needs and preferences.
At SHH, we’re proud of our warm and passionate team, and we’re always striving to do things better. When you work with us, no two days will ever be the same.
We’re an equal opportunity employer with a multicultural team. We provide ongoing training and support to our team members, and we believe in investing in our people to help them reach their full potential.
As a Disability Support Worker, you’ll be working with some of the most vulnerable people in our communities. We require all our support workers to hold or be willing to obtain:
- a Disability Worker Screening or current Yellow Card
- a current working with children/Blue card exception
- a First Aid and CPR certificate
- a Worker Orientation Module “Quality, Safety and You,”
Not essential but highly regarded:
- Cert III in Individual Support or equivalent
- Manual Handling certification
Join us at SHH, and be part of a team that’s making a real difference in people’s lives.
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