Wellbeing Manager Vic West Metro



So you’re looking for a position where you can make a real difference? That’s great, because we are looking for a Care Assessor (Wellbeing Manager) superstar! If you are the type of person who wants to support seniors to live their best life and believe senior years are to be celebrated, then please read on.The Wellbeing Manager is a community based role where you will travel to client’s homes to complete assessments and care plans. We are ideally looking for someone who resides in Victoria, West Metro region.This is a 12 month fixed term contract (with potential for renewal) What will I be doing as a wellbeing manager?Community based role, visiting older Australian’s in their homesRepresenting Feros Care as a service provider and providing information on our service provisions Conducting holistic assessments with a focus on wellness and reablementCapturing vital client informationDeveloping support plans and identifying unique individual goalsConnecting people with appropriate services and supports in their communityAttending networking events and facilitating presentationsPreparing reports and contributing to operational plans What to bring:Previous experience with Home Care Packages (HCP) or Regional Assessment Service (RAS) is highly desirable or a strong understanding of HCP and RAS at a minimumOver 3 years’ experience in case management, managing individual budgets and attending assessments with clients (including support planning and goal setting in aged, community, health or social services)Experience working remotely with a high degree of driveConfident and skilled communication. You will be able to engage and motivate clients, families, staff and other stakeholders with a positive approach.Experience preparing reports, contributing to operational plans, conducting and facilitating presentations.Proven ability in networking and developing working relationships with referral agencies, health services and community groupsNeed to be/have:The ideal candidate will be a Registered Nurse, Allied Health Professional such as a Physiotherapist, OT, or hold a relevant certificate in Aged Care/Community/Case Management.The ability to attend up to 2 weeks of initial training and orientation in our head office at Coolangatta, QLDHold an unrestricted Australian driver’s licence.Ability to travel and stay away from home at least 2 days every month.About Feros Care:Feros Care is a multi-award winning not-for-profit organisation offering a range of aged, disability and community care services. What we care most about is supporting people to live bolder lives. Better connected. More active. More fulfilling.We don’t just want our clients to live. We want them to dream. To get their feet wet and their hands dirty. To laugh, have friends, be happy. We call it growing bold and for over 30 years, we are making it real, both for older Australians and those living with disability.Work Perks: Be part of an organisation who’s shaking up the aged care industrySmash your New Year’s resolutions with a free gym membershipKeeping health and wellbeing at the top of mind, take advantage of our Employee Assistance ProgramSalary packagingOption for a daily travel allowance or salary packaged vehicleTruly fun, flexible and supportive work environment – we walk the talkA chance to be recognised and rewardedPlus, meaningful experiences where you know you are making a positive impact in the local community every day – from where you’d rather be… Apply Now!If you are keen to join a progressive company, have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and are highly motivated to make a real difference in people’s lives then we want to hear from you!We encourage people with disability, lived experience of disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for this job.When successful, you will be required to undertake a criminal records check in accordance with legislation and have the right to work in Australia. position description Australia - VIC Melbourne - All locations

Wellbeing Manager Vic West Metro

  • Join one of the most energetic companies in assessment services
  • Mobile role, covering the Victoria West Metro
  • 12 Month Contract

So you’re looking for a position where you can make a real difference? That’s great, because we are looking for a Care Assessor (Wellbeing Manager) superstar! If you are the type of person who wants to support seniors to live their best life and believe senior years are to be celebrated, then please read on.

The Wellbeing Manager is a community based role where you will travel to client’s homes to complete assessments and care plans. We are ideally looking for someone who resides in Victoria, West Metro region.

This is a 12 month fixed term contract (with potential for renewal)

 What will I be doing as a wellbeing manager?

  • Community based role, visiting older Australian’s in their homes
  • Representing Feros Care as a service provider and providing information on our service provisions 
  • Conducting holistic assessments with a focus on wellness and reablement
  • Capturing vital client information
  • Developing support plans and identifying unique individual goals
  • Connecting people with appropriate services and supports in their community
  • Attending networking events and facilitating presentations
  • Preparing reports and contributing to operational plans


What to bring:

  • Previous experience with Home Care Packages (HCP) or Regional Assessment Service (RAS) is highly desirable or a strong understanding of HCP and RAS at a minimum
  • Over 3 years’ experience in case management, managing individual budgets and attending assessments with clients (including support planning and goal setting in aged, community, health or social services)
  • Experience working remotely with a high degree of drive
  • Confident and skilled communication. You will be able to engage and motivate clients, families, staff and other stakeholders with a positive approach.
  • Experience preparing reports, contributing to operational plans, conducting and facilitating presentations.
  • Proven ability in networking and developing working relationships with referral agencies, health services and community groups

Need to be/have:

  • The ideal candidate will be a Registered Nurse, Allied Health Professional such as a Physiotherapist, OT, or hold a relevant certificate in Aged Care/Community/Case Management.
  • The ability to attend up to 2 weeks of initial training and orientation in our head office at Coolangatta, QLD
  • Hold an unrestricted Australian driver’s licence.
  • Ability to travel and stay away from home at least 2 days every month.

About Feros Care:

Feros Care is a multi-award winning not-for-profit organisation offering a range of aged, disability and community care services. What we care most about is supporting people to live bolder lives. Better connected. More active. More fulfilling.

We don’t just want our clients to live. We want them to dream. To get their feet wet and their hands dirty. To laugh, have friends, be happy. We call it growing bold and for over 30 years, we are making it real, both for older Australians and those living with disability.

Work Perks:

  • Be part of an organisation who’s shaking up the aged care industry
  • Smash your New Year’s resolutions with a free gym membership
  • Keeping health and wellbeing at the top of mind, take advantage of our Employee Assistance Program
  • Salary packaging
  • Option for a daily travel allowance or salary packaged vehicle
  • Truly fun, flexible and supportive work environment – we walk the talk
  • A chance to be recognised and rewarded
  • Plus, meaningful experiences where you know you are making a positive impact in the local community every day – from where you’d rather be…

 Apply Now!

If you are keen to join a progressive company, have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and are highly motivated to make a real difference in people’s lives then we want to hear from you!

We encourage people with disability, lived experience of disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for this job.

When successful, you will be required to undertake a criminal records check in accordance with legislation and have the right to work in Australia.

 

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Nic Gulliver on 07 5669 0559, quoting Ref No. 855755.