Planning a GAP year?Do you want to earn a competitive hourly rate while contributing to a meaningful social purpose? Do you want work experience which will contribute to your ability to secure employment while you are at University?Look no further! 5 days intensive induction trainingFull-time, Part-time and Casual Opportunities AvailableFitness Passport | Salary Packaging | Diversity and InclusionFlexibility in when and where you workEarn a Certificate III in Disability Services** Westhaven provides client-centric, high-quality programs and activities that provide whole-of-life support for people with disability, including offering houses that are homes, enabling choice and control and supporting participants to live life the way they choose.  As a GAP Year Support Worker you will provide essential care and support to children and young people or adult participants who may be facing various challenges. What’s on offerImmediate start (compliance requirements)One-week comprehensive induction program Base rate of $32.21 per hour + super (11%)Weekend and public holidays penaltiesUniform providedPositive and supportive work environment, including employee recognitionAn opportunity to return to us during University semester breaks A day in the role of a Gap Year Support Worker Work with Children, Young persons and adults to maintain personal care and support with daily living skills Plan and attend appointments and/or activities that promote social interaction and skill development.Complete daily case notes, admin tasks and incident reportsClick the link to view a day in the life of a Westhaven Support Worker. Skills and requirementsCurrent NSW Driver’s Licence A paid Working with Children Check (WWCC) - don't have a Working with Children Check? No worries, click the link to apply now! A National Disability Insurance Scheme Workers Check (NDSWC) - don't have a NDSWC? Not a problem, click the link to apply now!Willingness to provide consent to be listed on the Residential Care Workers Register (RCWR) if working with children.Certificate qualifications in Disability Services, Community Services or Individual Support highly regarded but not essential. About applyingPlease carefully review and answer all screening questions. You will also need to submit your CV and a cover letter addressing your abilities to undertake the key responsibilities of the role. We encourage diversity and inclusionWesthaven is passionate about social justice and diversity and is committed to being an EEO employer. We embrace diversity in our workforce and encourage applications from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including those from Aboriginal, Torres Strait Island heritage and people with lived experience of disability.**Eligibility criteria for Westhaven employeesApplications close: 1st October 2023For more information or confidential enquiries please contact the People and Culture team at to Position Description AUD Orange 2800