Community Care Team Leader

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Work type: Temporary Full Time
Classification: Band 5 ($71,741 - $81,382 pa)
Categories: Management, Aged & Disability Support, Community Development

About us
We are committed to working together for a thriving community. We do this by delivering over 130 services to our rapidly growing population and working hard to protect and improve what it is that makes Greater Geelong such a great place to live.  

We’re going through an exciting period of change that will help us serve our community better. From digital modernisation to the contemporary office we’re building in Central Geelong, now more than ever is a great time to join our diverse and inclusive team.

About the Role
In this role you will provide leadership, guidance and support to our Community Care Workers who provide services to the assessed needs of frail aged older people, people with dementia, people with disabilities are met in a way that preserves or enhances their wellbeing.

This is a temporary full-time opportunity on a 6 months contract.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide provision, co-ordination, development and evaluation of Community Care Services
  • Ensure the delivery of high quality, cost effective Community Care Services.
  • Response to daily contact from clients regarding service delivery arrangements
  • Identify clients in need of reassessment or who may require care management
  • Promote teamwork and foster exchange of ideas
  • Ensure that all staff are appropriately skilled and developed to provide a quality Community Care Service and maintain high standards of service provision through appropriate staff practices and a clear identification of duties.

About you  
To be successful in this role, you will have experience in a leadership role providing support to frail aged older people, people with dementia, people with disabilities and their carers. You will have experience leading and motivating a team, service administration, rostering and team development.

  • Ability to communicate empathetically and effectively with older people, people with dementia, people with disabilities and their carers
  • Knowledge and awareness of issues relating to frail aged older people, people with dementia, people with disabilities and their carers
  • Understanding and ability to implement personnel practices, including those related to Occupational Health & Safety and Equal Employment Opportunity legislation and policies and employees training and development
  • Highly developed written, verbal, negotiation and conflict resolution skills
  • Post-secondary training/qualifications in a human services field
  • A current Victoria Drivers Licence
  • Covid19 vaccinations required for this role.

As a member of our team, you’ll enjoy the benefits of:

  • flexible work arrangements
  • paid parental leave (14 weeks)
  • a healthy and safe environment
  • our employee wellbeing program
  • discounted memberships at Swim Sport and Leisure facilities
  • career development opportunities.

Applications and Enquiries
Click the Position Description link to view more information about this position. Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria as listed in the position description in a separate document and upload as part of their application.

Application inquiries – Michael Vapp –

Click the Apply for this job button to submit your application or find out more about this opportunity.

City of Greater Geelong values equal opportunity, fairness and enjoys a diverse and inclusive workforce. Applications are encouraged from people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, and people of all other cultural backgrounds.

Position Description

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