- Lifestyle role with a renowned not-for-profit organisation
- Join an organisation passionate about training and career progression
- 3 days per week – PPT role
Are you a dynamic person who can bring joy and enthusiasm in the lives of our aged care residents daily? Are you charismatic and engaging and can support our resident’s lives through planned activities and events?
An exciting opportunity has become available for Lifestyle Coordinator (also known as Wellbeing Coordinator/Recreational Activities officer) to join our team in Hugh Cunningham Gardens Tura Beach 42 bed residential care home. This is a Part-time position reporting to the Facility Manager.
In this rewarding role, you will be responsible for engaging with our residents in a range of meaningful lifestyle and social activities to empower them to maintain their independence.
- Create a holistic lifestyle program which apply the values of person-centered care
- Tailor activities to meet the resident’s cognitive and physical abilities and encourage resident choice and participation in individual and group activities.
- Ensure residents receive appropriate assessments including their life history that will form part of their integrated care plan
- Ensure programs are developed to enrich the lives of individuals and their families through leisure, lifestyle, learning & spiritual activities
- Coordinating outings that allow residents to stay in communication and have meaningful relationships within their chosen community in a safe and healthy way
- Cert IV in Leisure and Health and/ or relevant tertiary degree – essential
- Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of workplace health and safety
- Ability to assess residents’ psychological, social and emotional needs to identify any barriers to participation in lifestyle activities
- Ability to establish and maintain professional and appropriate relationships with residents and their families/representatives
- Demonstrated understanding of Aged Care and associated accreditation requirements.
Our commitment to diversity
We welcome and encourage applications from people across our diverse community, especially from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants. We believe everyone has the right to feel safe, respected, valued and heard regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity or disability.
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