About The Role:As our Registered Nurse based in Morisset, you’re not just providing care, you are a champion for change and are always striving to better the lives of our participants. You will collaborate with our multi-disciplinary team to deliver individualised, person-centred care that promotes independence, meaningful life experiences and community interaction. This is a rewarding role for those who are inspired by challenges and seek to work in an encouraging team environment.Key Responsibilities:Responsible for the provision of primary health care with a person-centred approach in line with the participants NDIS plan.Ensuring best practice standard of care that supports the National Standards for Disability ServiceAdminister medication including Intramuscular Injections as required.Liaise with a wide range of internal & external stakeholders to continue to support risk identification & management.Liaise with various health and social service providers to ensure participants receive timely home and community based care.Providing support, direction & education to new or less experienced staff including Mentors.Work in conjunction with participant’s behaviour support plans.Complete administration and documentation requirements with attention to detail, in a professional and timely manner.About You:Qualifications in Nursing and a current AHPRA Registration as a Registered Nurse.A minimum of 1 years’ experience working within disability sector.First, or both COVID vaccinationDemonstrated knowledge and/or experience supporting people with psycho-social disability and challenging behaviour.Have a working understanding of person-centred active support or willingness to embrace and implement this model of support.Demonstrated effective time management skills and ability to prioritise competing workloads within a complex environment.Availability to work on a 24/7 rotating roster, including: morning, afternoon, nights, and weekend shifts.Current NSW Driver’s Licence (P2 and above) and your own motor vehicle.First Aid Certificate, WWCC and NDISWC or willingness to obtain.About DSA:Disability Services Australia was established 1957 and is one of NWS’s largest Disability Service providers. We are a dynamic, values based not-for-profit organisation that employs over 1600 people, and provides support for more than 1500 people in the DSA community. We have an innovative and supportive culture, guided by our values of Courage, Commitment, Connection, and Respect which is imbedded in everything we do.Benefits:Flexible roster pattern to enable a healthy work-life balanceLearning and development opportunities to set you up for successAccess to Employee Assistance ProgramsMost importantly a role where you feel you are making a differenceHow to Apply:  To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. To work at DSA, the successful applicant must undergo a NDIS Workers Check and a NSW Working with Children Check. It is also a requirement under NSW Health for all disability disability workers who live or work in the LGAs of concern to have had their first vaccination does by 6 September 2021. DSA is an EEO employer with a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from all members of the community. DSA appreciates the time and effort candidates have taken to submit their applications, however, please note only short-listed candidates will be contacted via phone. 35 AUD Morisset 2264

Registered Nurse

About The Role:

As our Registered Nurse based in Morisset, you’re not just providing care, you are a champion for change and are always striving to better the lives of our participants. You will collaborate with our multi-disciplinary team to deliver individualised, person-centred care that promotes independence, meaningful life experiences and community interaction. This is a rewarding role for those who are inspired by challenges and seek to work in an encouraging team environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the provision of primary health care with a person-centred approach in line with the participants NDIS plan.
  • Ensuring best practice standard of care that supports the National Standards for Disability Service
  • Administer medication including Intramuscular Injections as required.
  • Liaise with a wide range of internal & external stakeholders to continue to support risk identification & management.
  • Liaise with various health and social service providers to ensure participants receive timely home and community based care.
  • Providing support, direction & education to new or less experienced staff including Mentors.
  • Work in conjunction with participant’s behaviour support plans.
  • Complete administration and documentation requirements with attention to detail, in a professional and timely manner.

About You:

  • Qualifications in Nursing and a current AHPRA Registration as a Registered Nurse.
  • A minimum of 1 years’ experience working within disability sector.
  • First, or both COVID vaccination
  • Demonstrated knowledge and/or experience supporting people with psycho-social disability and challenging behaviour.
  • Have a working understanding of person-centred active support or willingness to embrace and implement this model of support.
  • Demonstrated effective time management skills and ability to prioritise competing workloads within a complex environment.
  • Availability to work on a 24/7 rotating roster, including: morning, afternoon, nights, and weekend shifts.
  • Current NSW Driver’s Licence (P2 and above) and your own motor vehicle.
  • First Aid Certificate, WWCC and NDISWC or willingness to obtain.

About DSA:

Disability Services Australia was established 1957 and is one of NWS’s largest Disability Service providers. We are a dynamic, values based not-for-profit organisation that employs over 1600 people, and provides support for more than 1500 people in the DSA community. We have an innovative and supportive culture, guided by our values of Courage, Commitment, Connection, and Respect which is imbedded in everything we do.

Benefits:

  • Flexible roster pattern to enable a healthy work-life balance
  • Learning and development opportunities to set you up for success
  • Access to Employee Assistance Programs
  • Most importantly a role where you feel you are making a difference

How to Apply:  

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. 

To work at DSA, the successful applicant must undergo a NDIS Workers Check and a NSW Working with Children Check. It is also a requirement under NSW Health for all disability disability workers who live or work in the LGAs of concern to have had their first vaccination does by 6 September 2021. DSA is an EEO employer with a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from all members of the community. DSA appreciates the time and effort candidates have taken to submit their applications, however, please note only short-listed candidates will be contacted via phone.

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