Care Manager - Tallebudgera
About the role
As Care Manager you will be responsible for:
- Ensuring the provision of high quality, appropriate care that exceeds regulatory requirements;
- Leading, motivating, coaching and mentoring the staff of the service in a manner that promotes a high performing and innovative workplace culture;
- Supporting the provision of customer focused systems and processes, and supporting consumer participation in decisions relating to the service, consistent with a person centred model of care;
- Liaising with appropriate stakeholders to ensure that St Andrews Lutheran Aged Care’s occupancy is maximised;
- Developing and maintaining appropriate links with the community, industry and LCC peer group; and
- Supporting the General Manager in formulating and implementing plans for the service’s development.
Critical to your success in this role will be the proven ability to:
- provide contemporary business and people leadership in the aged care sector with the ability to ‘think outside the box’ in a dynamic and innovative organisation
- demonstrate effective and professional interpersonal skills, with a focus on building relationships both internally to LCC and in the wider community and industry
Possession of a positive federal police check, AHPRA registration and Australian driver’s license is essential.
You will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment medical prior to any offer of employment.
As well as working for an organisation that genuinely cares, we also offer access to significant discounts across a number of areas including private health insurance, gym membership, holiday and travel discounts, home appliances and IT discounts and car rental.
St Andrews Lutheran Aged Care provides accommodation for 72 residents as well as 24 independent living units within its stunning Tallebudgera Valley setting.
Lutheran Community Care (LCC) is a well-established and respected organisation whose employees provide services for seniors, young people, families, people with disabilities and mental health concerns.
As a not-for-profit organisation, we reinvest all operating surpluses into continually improving our services and expanding our reach to more people in our communities.
We operate 18 services across urban and regional Queensland, employing more than 1,350 staff and drawing on the support of several hundred volunteers.
LCC sees its role as being to help our clients experience joy and hope in their lives to the greatest possible extent – irrespective of the challenges they face.
How to apply
To apply for this position, please complete answers to all below questions and attach your resume.
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