“Leading a team that works so well together and has a real connection with residents is a privilege ”
- Rebecca-Team Leader
Assistant Team Leader – Accommodation Services
West Sydney Corridor, New South Wales
Quality Health Care (QHC) is a specialist accommodation, disability, and community care provider with over 20 years’ experience working with people to achieve their goals. We have a team of over 275 staff and our services include specialised accommodation, Supported Independent Living (SIL) , Home & Community Care, Nursing Services, Support Coordination and Behaviour Support.
Quality Health Care is seeking experienced Team Leader - Accommodation Services for our Services on the Western Corridor. For this permanent, full time role you will be assisting with the
management of disability and mental health nursing staff who provide Independent Living Supports funded through the NDIS within a community based setting of villas. You will work with participants, their families, and external providers to support our commitment on offering high quality residential care experience, and support that delivers positive outcomes for People With Disability (PWD).
Working closely with the health system and local providers you will implement effective supports and services to enable participants to reach their goals in a more complex environment of gaining greater independence and capacity to engage in all areas of their lives.
Be part of a team - provide hands daily living support for residents with mental health needs
Work towards residents' goals, strengths and aspirations using a person-centred framework embodied by QHC
Work collaboratively with people, for people
Teach others, provide information, educate and skill build
Network and build partnerships between the mental health service, other government and health services, NGOs and the community sector.
The ability to develop, implement, monitor and review Person Centred Plans, Individual Support Plans and Behaviour Support Plans using an individualised planning approach
Extensive experience working within a residential setting and/or working with people with a disability and mental health.
Demonstrated experience in collaborative working relationships with families, providers and community
Experience/involvement with staff and team inductions
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check or similar (where relevant to the role).
Quality Health Care is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, Ethical Practices, and the principles of Cultural Diversity.
Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted. If you are not contacted within 30 days of submitting your application, consider your application unsuccessful. Due to the high volume of
applications, we are unable to give feedback on individual applicants.