Spinal Home Help (SHH) was founded by Malakai who sustained a spinal cord injury in a surf accident. After working hard during rehabilitation and building a passion for advocacy, Malakai began a journey assisting people with disability and their families throughout Queensland. SHH would like to invite you to join us continuing the journey.
Vacancy – Disability Support Worker | Caboolture/Bribie Island/Ipswich area
If you are a champion support worker, that wants to feel valued, we need you.
The dictionary definition: A Support Worker is responsible for working with people with vulnerability in diverse ways. The types of vulnerability may differ from person to person.
Spinal Home Help is known for the warmth and passion of our team. We pride ourselves on being compassionate and continuing to exceed in doing things a better way. At Spinal Home Help we are much more than a technical answer to support care.
The best thing about working as a Support Worker is that no two days will ever be the same.
Spinal Home Help provides person-centred support to help all people with disability and/or mental health condition, to meet their goals, live independently and to exercise choice and control.
We are a multicultural team and equal opportunity employer.
As a Disability Support Worker, you will be working with some of the most vulnerable people in our communities. Therefore, it is essential to hold or be willing to obtain:
- Disability Worker Screening or current Yellow Card
- Police check
- Current working with children/Blue card exception
- First aid and CPR certificate
- Worker Orientation Module “Quality, Safety and You”
- COVID-19 Infection Control Training
Not essential but highly regarded:
- Cert III in Individual Support or equivalent
- Manual Handling
We acknowledge all First Peoples of this land and celebrate their enduring connections to Country, knowledge, and stories. We pay our respects to Elders and Ancestors past and present who watch over us and guide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
Proud supporters of the LGBTIQ+ Community