Forensic Disability Team Leader

About usWe’ve been supporting people with a disability since 2007. Specialising in 24-hour disability programs for individuals with multiple and complex needs, we’re proud to be a trusted and registered service provider with the NDIA, TAC, DHHS and Worksafe.Our values are flexibility, honesty, reliability, and responsiveness.Benefits & cultureCareChoice is proud to be an EEO employer. We support an inclusive approach in the workplace. We celebrate our diversity and welcome staff regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and lifestyle choices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.As a CareChoice employee, benefits you’ll be able to take advantage of include:A number of employee wellness platforms including EAP and Care4U, free flu shots and travel discounts.Discounts with major retailers including:Car and Health InsuranceFuelGroceries and foodGas, Electricity, Internet, and Mobile PhonesPet suppliesMovie ticketsOther major retailers such as Catch, Myer, Kmart, Big W, JB Hi Fi plus many more.Monthly Recognition & Reward for Employee of the MonthService Recognition ProgramFree Ongoing training and developmentCareer development opportunitiesFrom the moment you step through our doors, you’ll feel welcome and supported to do your best work and really make a difference in people’s lives.How you’ll make an impactWe’re currently recruiting for a Foresnsic Disability Team Leader to join our forensic disability team located in Melbourne. As the newest member to our team reporting directly to our Disability Services Manager, you’ll be responsible for supervising, managing and motivating team members throughout the forensic disability programs on a daily basis, ensuring the team provides quality services and safeguards to our clients that promote opportunities for meaningful participation and active inclusion in society.A day in the life as a Forensic Disability Team Leader with CareChoice, may see you supporting your team with:Coaching, mentoring, guidance and support to identify risk increasing behavioursCoordination of supports to complex client programsMaintain and audit client records for compliance purposesCrisis management and incident report follow upAssess staff performance on an ongoing basisParticipate in on-call and recall duties as rosteredAbout youAs a positive role model with a ‘can do attitude’, you’ll have a high degree of initiative and strong desire to achieve outstanding results. Ideally, you’ll have:Previous experience supporting clients with complex needs in the communityRelevant qualifications in the disability and community servicesA genuine desire to ensure that clients receive exceptional serviceWillingness to work as part of a team and cultivate a strength-based approachKnowledge of restrictive practicesKnowledge and experience writing person-centred plansExcellent attention-to-detail and supervisory skillsValid driver’s licenceAble to provide evidence of COVID-19 Vaccination Status To APPLYIf this sounds like the ideal role for you and you have the skills and experience we’re looking for, we’d love to hear from you. So, don’t delay, apply today. For further information, please contact our recruitment team at Description 90000 AUD Australia - VIC Melbourne - All locations Bayside & South Eastern Suburbs Clayton South 3169

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