Excellent opportunity for Disability Support Workers/Transport Drivers who reside in either Lidcombe, Merrylands or Bankstown areas. Permanent full time role for dedicated Disability Support Workers. Drive people with disability to and from our services every day. Provide support to clients in our centres and in the community. Your transit to and from work covered! Convenient and saves on petrol $$$
Woodville Alliance (WA) delivers a range of integrated programs and services for people with intellectual and physical disabilities. We provide centre based and non-centre based day services 7 days per week, including evening services. An important part of our service delivery is the provision of transport to and from our services.
The Driver/Disability Support Worker will have responsibility for transporting clients to and from our services each day and then supporting clients in our centres and the community. They will have responsibility for a dedicated transport vehicle which will be parked at their residential address. They will be responsible for the delivery of high quality, person centred services for people with disability and will work with them to understand and assist them in achieving their goals.
The successful candidate will reside in either the Bankstown, Merrylands or Lidcombe area and have private, off-street parking available at their residential address. This can be a driveway, allocated parking space or garage. The vehicle is not for personal use.
HOW TO APPLY
Please click apply to send your resume and letter addressing the essential criteria. Please include your current residential address. For any enquiries, or to request to view the Driver DSW Agreement or Position Description, call Tishia Boulton-Bell on 02 9722 5213. Please note applications that do not address the essential criteria will not be considered. Recruitment agencies, please do not contact for this role.
Woodville Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer and our work has always been underpinned by a strong commitment to social justice. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from diverse cultural backgrounds and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.