Caring Approach has at least 15 jobs up for grabs on the South Coast | South Coast Registry

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Are you looking for a job or perhaps a career change? Well, the team at Caring Approach, who provide a number of services for the elderly community of Shoalhaven, would like to hear from you. Caring Approach provides services along the South Coast and currently across the region has 1500 referrals in its system from local residents seeking basic cleaning assistance. “I could offer jobs to 15 people right now,” said ACT and Southern New South Wales chief executive Bill Aldcroft. “We’re not talking about forensic cleaning – it’s exactly the same thing you would do at home – washing dishes, cleaning the bathroom, vacuuming or mopping the floors, maybe a little bit of wash,” he said. “Just general home cleaning duties. Read more: “And often as a consequence of the process is also being able to connect with older members of our community.” Mr. Aldcroft said the opportunity is there for several hours of work and even the chance “to make a job out of it”. “It’s flexible, you can work the hours you want and make a job out of it,” he says. “We can offer people up to 30 hours of work per week. It could also lead to other job opportunities – we don’t just offer a cleaning service. “We have a variety of elder care services that we provide to the community, which could even include accompanying people to appointments or outings etc.” Mr Aldcroft said the program helps vulnerable and elderly members of the community retain their independence and ability to stay in their homes. “Our target areas are Gerringong, Nowra, Shoalhaven Heads, Sussex Inlet, Lake Conjola, Ulladulla and Mollymook,” he said. “We are looking for reliable, friendly staff who are willing to travel and have reliable transportation. Although transportation is not a prerequisite and if you can manage shifts without transportation, that’s up to you. to decide.” Our customers provide all the cleaning supplies, we just need the staff to go. Even late this week, a Caring Approach staff member in Ulladulla called in sick, which means eight more clients needing services. Mr Aldcroft said it was difficult to understand why, in an area with high unemployment, it has been so “difficult to attract staff”? “We run these services in a variety of locations and it’s really only here on the south coast that we’re having trouble finding staff,” he said. “It’s a little disconcerting actually – there’s definitely work there. “We would welcome any member of staff – ages start from around 17. But there is certainly no upper limit. “If we have people the same age who are still active and want to give back to their community, we’d love to hear from them.” Alternatively, it could be a job for a mom while the kids are in school. This could be a replacement for a recently completed HSC student. “We can work based on your availability – whether it’s mornings, lunchtime or after school, after work, weekends. “We have attractive packages and there are definitely opportunities for advancement . “And in addition to helping older members of our community, one of the best things is that we regularly see friendships develop between customers and staff.” Quite often in that most shifts end with a cup of tea and a conversation. “Our staff and clients often establish a whole new circle of friends. So it’s a real win-win. “Often even the simple business is of great benefit to our clients.” No training required for positions, friendly management teams are also in place to guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have.The only requirement is to be double-vaccinated and to undergo screening for working with vulnerable people or a police check If you are interested in any of the roles, please contact Bill Aldcroft, Managing Director of Caring Approach ACT and Southern New South Wales, on 02 62531017, 02 62531357 or email bill.



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