Jobs

Title Volunteer Bus Driver
Location Central Coast
Job Information

If you are a bus driver and you have a flexible availability on any day from Mon to Fri between 9am and 4pm (minimum of 4 hours per occasion) we would like to hear from you.

Our bus drivers enable our residents community outings for social activities and shopping. All residents in care are accompanied by staff members. Most trips are local (Umina, Woy Woy, Avoca)

We provide orientation before you start and uniform and lunch are also supplied.

For more information please get in touch with Heather on 4344 9102 or heatherj@penvill.com.au

Successful applicants will be subject to a police certificate clearance.

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Title CSE – Leisure & Lifestyle (Casual)
Location Central Coast
Job Information
  • Immediate start, casual position
  • In house induction and education program
  • Excellent team environment

 

About the role

We are seeking a casual Care Service Employee to join our Leisure & Lifestyle department.
You are passionate about aged care and have the desire to make a real difference in our residents’ lives. You will work in all areas of care within the Leisure & Lifestyle department on a casual basis.

In this multi-skilled role you will provide opportunities for our residents to engage in social, physical, cultural, spiritual and emotional activities in accordance with our model of care and ICCARE values, enabling them to engage in life within the home and the wider community. Leisure & Lifestyle CSEs assist the care team with supervising residents on external outings; engage with residents in crafts, games, cooking, hand massage, nail care, supervised walks throughout the facility.

You will build strong, positive relationships with our residents and their families and deliver homely and loving environments by providing care with compassion, integrity and dignity.

About You

  • Commitment to engage and align with Peninsula Village ICCARE Values
  • Relevant qualifications – Certificate in Aged Care or Leisure & Lifestyle
  • Current First Aid Certificate
  • You genuinely enjoy elderly people and want to make a difference to their lives
  • Strong administrative and computer skills
  • Excellent organisational and communication skills
  • Good time management skills and ability to prioritise
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Dementia specific training/experience and previous experience in caring for the aged in an aged care facility will be well regarded
  • Bus driver licence (LR) would be of great advantage

Role Demands

This is a physical role and physical capabilities are required to meet the job demands.

For more information please contact Heather on 4344 9102

Applications must include a current resume and cover letter addressing your suitability against the above criteria.

All short listed applicants will be subject to National Police Certificate Clearance prior to the commencement of work and will be asked to attend to a functional assessment.

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Title CSE – Leisure & Lifestyle (Permanent Part-Time)
Location Central Coast
Job Information
  • Immediate start, permanent position: Sat & Sun 16 hrs/week; weekend penalty rates apply
  • In house education program & career development
  • Excellent team environment & salary packaging options;

 

About the role

We are seeking a Care Service Employee to join our Leisure & Lifestyle department in high care area on a permanent part time basis on weekends, 32 hrs a fortnight. You are passionate about aged care and have the desire to make a real difference in our residents’ lives.

In this multi-skilled role you will provide opportunities for our residents to achieve tasks of daily living; engage in social, physical, cultural, spiritual and emotional activities in accordance with our model of care and ICCARE values, enabling them to engage in life within the home. Leisure & Lifestyle CSEs help residents maintain life learnt skills and engage our residents in crafts, games, cooking, hand massage, nail care, supervised walks throughout the facility.

You will build strong, positive relationships with our residents and their families and deliver homely and loving environments by providing care with compassion, integrity and dignity.

About You

  • Commitment to engage and align with Peninsula Village ICCARE Values
  • Relevant qualifications – Certificate in Aged Care or Leisure & Lifestyle
  • Current First Aid Certificate
  • You genuinely enjoy elderly people and want to make a difference to their lives
  • Strong administrative and computer skills
  • Excellent organisational and communication skills
  • Good time management skills and ability to prioritise
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Dementia specific training/experience and previous experience in caring for the aged in an aged care facility will be well regarded

 

Role Demands

This is a physical role and physical capabilities are required to meet the job demands.

For more information please contact Heather on 4344 9102

Applications must include a current resume and cover letter addressing your suitability against the above criteria.

All short listed applicants will be subject to National Police Certificate Clearance prior to the commencement of work and will be asked to attend to a functional assessment.

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Title Night Duty Carers (CSE) – Aged Care
Location Central Coast
Job Information
  • Immediate start; Permanent part time positions – 72.5 hours a fortnight
  • Excellent team environment & education
  • Salary packaging options (earn up to $15,900 tax free)

About Us

We are a well-established and respected charity on the Central Coast that specialises in all aspects of aged and dementia care. We are committed to delivering Resident Centred Care and creating an environment where our residents feel safe, respected and receive the highest level of care possible.

About the role

We are seeking enthusiastic, reliable and dedicated Night Duty Care Services Employees with a passion for aged care and the desire to make a difference in our residents’ lives.

You will be responsible for supporting the Registered Nurses by providing a high standard of personalised care to all residents in accordance with our model of care and ICCARE values. This will include, but not be limited to, medication administration, assisting residents with showering, dressing, grooming, toileting, communication, eating, mobility and social activities. You will build strong, positive relationships with our residents and deliver homely and loving environments by providing care with compassion, integrity and dignity.

About You

  • Commitment to engage and align with Peninsula Village ICCARE Values
  • Relevant qualifications – Certificate III or IV in Aged Care and current First Aid Certificate
  • You genuinely enjoy elderly people and want to make a difference to their lives
  • Previous experience working the night duty
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to changing needs
  • Strong administrative and computer skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Understanding of WHS and infection control principles
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Dementia specific training/experience and previous experience in caring for the aged in an aged care facility will be well regarded

Role Demands

This is a physical role and physical capabilities are required to meet the job demands.

How to Apply

Please apply via our website www.peninsulavillage.com.au or send your current resume and cover letter addressing your suitability against the above criteria to careers@penvill.com.au

Only successful applicants will be notified.

All short listed applicants will be subject to National Police Certificate Clearance prior to the commencement of work and will be asked to attend to a functional assessment.

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Title Apprentice Chef – Full Time
Location Central Coast
Job Information
  • Full time position, Mon-Fri
  • Excellent benefits, including salary packaging

Peninsula Village is a not for profit Aged Care organisation located on the Central Coast of NSW.
An exciting opportunity currently exists for an Apprentice Chef to join our Catering Department.

Our kitchen is a very busy large commercial kitchen producing approximately 1500 meals per day. Meals are produced using a cook chill system.

This is a full time position, Monday to Friday from 6am to 2:30pm, and attending Ourimbah TAFE one day a week – Certificate III in Commercial Cookery, commencement in July 2018.

As an apprentice chef you will learn to:

  • Create home-style meals for our residents following a set of menu/recipes
  • Ensure the catering service is safe and of high quality that meets residents’ needs
  • Carry out best practice in the kitchen with food preparation and safety
  • Follow HACCP, food safety and infection control procedures

Our ideal candidate will have:

  • Strong passion for food and cooking
  • Willingness to conform to our ICCARE values
  • Pride in the quality of the food and meals that are produced in the kitchen
  • The ability to fit into and work together with a team
  • Desire to provide an outstanding customer service
  • Enthusiasm to learn and follow instruction
  • Good time management

Applicants must meet eligibility criteria to undertake an Australian Apprenticeship. 

If you meet the requirements and are interested in this role, please do not hesitate to apply.

Please send your resume and Covering Letter to careers@penvill.com.au

For more information contact Jackie on 4344 9188

This appointment is subject to National Police Certificate Clearance and a functional assessment
prior to the commencement of work

 

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Title CSE Aged Care – (Permanent Part-Time)
Location Central Coast
Job Information
  • Immediate start, permanent positions available with various shifts on offer
  • In house education program – planned career development
  • Excellent team environment & salary packaging options

 

About the role

We are seeking enthusiastic, reliable and dedicated Care Service Employees with a passion for aged care and the desire to make a real difference in our residents’ lives.

In this multi-skilled role as a Care Service Employee (CSE) you will provide personalised care to residents in accordance with our model of care and ICCARE values, enabling them to engage in life within the home. CSEs assist with the full range of duties including personal care, medication administration, housekeeping (e.g. cooking, cleaning, laundry) and provide opportunities for residents to engage in activities of daily living, leisure activities and wider community involvement.

You will build strong, positive relationships with our residents and their families and deliver homely and loving environments by providing care with compassion, integrity and dignity.

About You
  • Commitment to engage and align with Peninsula Village ICCARE Values
  • Relevant qualifications – Certificate III or IV in Aged Care and current First Aid Certificate
  • You genuinely enjoy elderly people and want to make a difference to their lives
  • Demonstrated understanding of residents’ care needs
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to changing needs
  • Strong administrative and computer skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Understanding of WHS and infection control principles
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Dementia specific training/experience and previous experience in caring for the aged in an aged care facility will be well regarded
Role Demands

This is a physical role and physical capabilities are required to meet the job demands.

For more information please contact Kate on 4344 9141

Applications must include a current resume and cover letter addressing your suitability against the above criteria.

All short listed applicants will be subject to National Police Certificate Clearance prior to the commencement of work

and will be asked to attend to a functional assessment.

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Title Registered Nurse – Night Duty
Location Central Coast
Job Information
  • Permanent Part Time, 46hrs a fortnight – afternoon and night duty RN
  • Excellent team environment in an industry leading facility
  • Salary Packaging (up to $15,900 tax free) and a variety of staff benefits
About Us

We are a well-established and respected aged care facility on the Central Coast that is committed to delivering Resident Centred Care and creating an environment where residents feel safe, respected and receive the highest level of care possible.

About the role

We are seeking a reliable, experienced as well as dedicated Registered Nurse with a passion and desire to make a difference in our residents’ lives. You will be the RN in charge of the night shift – up to 190 beds. In this autonomous role you will be able to exercise a sound clinical judgement in regard to residents’ health issues. The ideal candidate will possess very good verbal and written communication skills in order to effectively liaise with doctors and other allied health services.

You will build strong, positive relationships with our residents and be responsible for the delivery of personal care and assistance to meet their individual needs. The role is to deliver homely and loving environments by providing care with compassion, integrity and dignity.

About You

Excellent people skills are an essential part of this position, as is the ability to support and motivate staff and residents towards a positive and productive lifestyle. To be considered for this important role, we are looking for:

  • Previous experience in aged care managing the night duty in a similar capacity
  • Commitment to engage and align with Peninsula Village ICCARE Values
  • Full registration with AHPRA
  • Excellent clinical, interpersonal and problem-solving skills
  • Computer literacy and experience with documentation
  • Excellent time management and organisation skills
  • Understanding of WH&S and infection control principles
  • Knowledge of ACFI and accreditation standards are an advantage
How to Apply

We want your talent in our supportive and professional community; please apply via our website http://peninsulavillage.com.au or send your current resume and cover letter addressing your suitability against the above criteria to careers@penvill.com.au

For more information please contact Kate on 4344 9141.

Only successful applicants will be notified

Offers of employment will be subject to probity checks.

Please note to apply for this position you must have the right to work in Australia.

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Title CSE Aged Care – (Casual)
Location Central Coast
Job Information
  • Immediate start, casual positions
  • In house education program – planned career development
  • Excellent team environment & salary packaging options
About Us

We are a well-established and respected charity on the Central Coast that specialises in all aspects of aged and dementia care. We are committed to delivering Resident Centred Care and creating an environment where our residents feel safe, respected and receive the highest level of care possible.

About the role

We are seeking enthusiastic, reliable and dedicated Care Service Employees with a passion for aged care and the desire to make a real difference in our residents’ lives.

In this multi-skilled role as a Care Service Employee (CSE) you will provide personalised care to residents in accordance with our model of care and ICCARE values, enabling them to engage in life within the home. CSEs assist with the full range of duties including personal care, medication administration, housekeeping (e.g. cooking, cleaning, laundry) and provide opportunities for residents to engage in activities of daily living, leisure activities and wider community involvement.

You will build strong, positive relationships with our residents and their families and deliver homely and loving environments by providing care with compassion, integrity and dignity.

About You
  • Commitment to engage and align with Peninsula Village ICCARE Values
  • Relevant qualifications – Certificate III or IV in Aged Care and current First Aid Certificate
  • You genuinely enjoy elderly people and want to make a difference to their lives
  • Demonstrated understanding of residents’ care needs
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to changing needs
  • Strong administrative and computer skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Understanding of WHS and infection control principles
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Dementia specific training/experience and previous experience in caring for the aged in an aged care facility will be well regarded
Role Demands

This is a physical role and physical capabilities are required to meet the job demands.

For more information please contact Kate on 4344 9141

Applications must include a current resume and cover letter addressing your suitability against the above criteria.

All short listed applicants will be subject to National Police Certificate Clearance prior to the commencement of work

and will be asked to attend to a functional assessment.

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