Being a care giver in home care and disability sector is rewarding on so many levels. By being a carer you have the chance to have a positive effect on someone’s quality of life when they need your support the most. Being a carer is requires compassion, responsibility and reliability.
Sensible Care is looking for individuals who love life, and have a passion for helping others. We love diversity and offer very flexible schedules. At Sensible Care, we respect, embrace and support our carers at all times. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
We provide our carers with:
- Induction, training and development opportunities
- Access to a mobile application having weekly rosters and direct communication with care managers
- Permanent employment and career advancement opportunities for exceptional carers
- A friendly and supportive working environment
- Prompt payment of wages and reimbursements
To become a carer at Sensible Care, you must have completed:
Certificate III in Individual Care, Aged Care, Disability Work, Home or Community Care
Certificate IV Aged Care or Community Care
In addition to the above, Sensible Care is requires that all our carers have valid and current certificates and compliance requirements below:
- First Aid Certificate
- CPR Certificate
- Manual handling certificate
- National Police Check
If you are a passionate and reliable individual who see being a carer as a long term career option but have not yet obtained the relevant qualifications please contact us to enquire about our partnerships and career development support. In partnership with other organisations, Sensible Care provides limited number of sponsored training and certification opportunities.
How to apply
If you are interested in becoming a valuable team member at Sensible Care, please send us your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure that your resume includes your training, experience and certificates and let us know about any special interests or skills you have. Please also indicate whether you have a valid Australian driver's licence and a reliable transportation.