Case Manager Aged Care

About the Role

  • The opportunity to work with a leading company within the Community services sector which is experiencing rapid growth.
  • You will have the opportunity to enhance people's lives and making a difference within the community to those who are frail aged or with a disability and mental health illness.
  • You will be able to support clients achieve their goals.
  • You will work with a diverse range of clients, including HACC and CHSP, with a focus on Home Care Packages.
  • You will promote and empower clients with choice and control of plan implementation.
  • You will have access to ongoing training and development.
  • Hours of work to be negotiated

Essential Criteria

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications –Diploma in Community Services.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the Aged Care industry and the various funding programs aligned with all services.
  • Proven experience within case management and/or case worker experience in a paid capacity.
  • Exceptional Customer service and problem solving skills.
  • Reliability, flexibility and commitment to high work standards.
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, implement and organise services.
  • Exceptional written communication skills and records management skills
  • A current Working with Vulnerable People’s registration or willingness to obtain and maintain registration
  • National Police Check and commitment to maintain
  • A current unrestricted Driver's License including access to a reliable vehicle and comprehensive car insurance
  • Intermediate computer and MS office skills
  • Provide 2 work related references

Desirable Criteria

  • Recent experience working as a Case Manager/Coordinator or advocate in Aged Care

Benefits of working for Community Care TASMANIA

  • A positive and supportive culture and working environment
  • Internal and external learning and workplace mentoring
  • A competitive remuneration package which includes salary packaging
  • Supporting the local community
  • Working as part of a team passionate about person centred care
  • Be a part of a growing organisation

If you would like a position description or have any questions in relation to the role, please call 1300 722 400

or download to the right of this page.

Applications to be emailed to molly.hindrum@cct.org.au

Applications close 5.00pm Monday 17 May 2021

Please note only applicants who are shortlisted for interview will be contacted