Clinical Case Manager (Northern Sydney)



Here at Feros Care, our focus is on helping people live healthier, bolder lives, which has led to our growth as the second largest provider for Short Term Restorative Care in the country. Join our award-winning tribe of kindness warriors as one of our Wellbeing Managers, and apply your clinical skills to case manage your own portfolio of clients through their wellbeing journey. This is a full time, home-based role, offering flexible hours that suit both you and the client. You will split your time between working from home and  within the community of Northern Sydney to support your clients. This position will commence on an initial two-year fixed term contract, with the possibility of extension, and candidates will need to be located within the Northern Sydney aged care planning region. This is a full time opportunity working Monday to Friday (no weekend work!), with the opportunity to utilize a company fleet vehicle for both work and personal use. This role offers a comprehensive training and orientation session to support you in your new role and allow you to get to know your new, supportive team.The Role: This is an exciting opportunity to be working within the Short Term Restorative Care (STRC) program, which is an early intervention program that aims to reverse and or slow the functional decline in older people through the delivery of an 8 week goal-oriented, multidisciplinary and coordinated range of services. You will be in control of managing your designated case load occupancy and supporting genuinely life changing outcomes for your clients.As a Wellbeing Manager you will: Help your clients to remain at the center of their journeyBe responsible for managing individualized budgetsDevelop care plans and coordinate a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) for the delivery of in-home therapy, services and equipmentHave the ability to exceed client expectations and maintain excellent relationships with key stakeholdersAbout you: You will be motivated by providing exceptional client care, confident to work in a virtual environment, be a natural team player, and have: Tertiary qualifications in Nursing or Allied Health (with relevant registration)Current Senior First Aid and CPR qualificationsCase management experience – community and aged care experience highly desiredExperience working with clients applying goal-oriented, outcome focused and holistic approachesExcellent communication and customer service skillsDemonstrated ability to develop and maintain strong networks with internal and external stakeholdersExperience working remotely with a high degree of autonomy and driveCurrent drivers licenceCOVID19 Vaccination The Benefits:Feros Care offers some fantastic employee benefits, including generous Salary Packaging (up to the value of $15,900 per annum) and up to $2650 per annum on meal and entertainment packaging. You can take advantage of discounted gym access, discounts on private health insurance, EAP + much more!About us:We want our team to be made up of people from all walks of life. Feros Care would not be where we are today without the unique make-up of Game Changers, Dream Makers and Vibrant Creators that help us to thrive every day. We actively seek to include, welcome and value the unique contributions of all people. We harness a culture that embraces individual differences in all its glory and values cultural intelligence. Feros Care is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with disability. If you would like to discuss accessibility requirements, preferred communication methods and/or adjustments please contact talent@feroscare.com.au. Feros Care acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Custodians of this land on which we work. When successful, you will be required to undertake a national police check and provide evidence of your right to work in Australia. Apply Now!  70000 AUD Australia - NSW Sydney Ryde & Macquarie Park North Sydney 2060