Careers and Volunteering

Southern Cross Care is always looking for people who have a passion for assisting older people to feel right at home and live well and who are committed to delivering the highest possible level of service with empathy and compassion. If you have these attributes then you may want to join our team.

As a member of our team you will enjoy:

  • Family friendly and flexible hours
  • Career pathways and education and training opportunities
  • A friendly and supportive work environment
  • Competitive salaries and benefits
  • Salary packaging

We currently have positions available.

 

Northern Region

Facility Manager – Glenara Lakes  – Youngtown

Applications Close – Monday 20th November 2017

Please contact Melissa Coad on (03) 6214 9717 for a copy of the Position Description.

 

Southern Region

As a result of internal promotions we now have three separate Clinical Care Coordinator positions available for which we are seeking suitably qualified professionals to join our team.

  • Sandown Apartments—Sandy Bay
  • Fairway Rise—Lindisfarne
  • Rosary Garden’s—New Town

Clinical Care Coordinators 

Applications Close – Monday 20th November 2017

Please contact Ms Ann Bingham on (03) 6227 7000 for a copy of the Position Description.

For general employment enquiries contact us.

 

Special requirements for employees and Volunteers

Please note that it is a requirement of the Aged Care Act that all employees have a National Police Certificate that is no more than three years old. There are some serious offences that, if you have been convicted for one of these it may preclude you from employment or volunteering.

You will not be able to commence employment or volunteering until a suitable National Police Certificate is received. Southern Cross Care is happy to provide assistance in obtaining a National Police Certificate for our volunteers.

Volunteering

Volunteering is a great way to make a difference in the lives of others and to meet new people and make new friends. Southern Cross Care has a strong contingent of volunteers and we always welcome more.

Any amount of time you can give is welcomed and of value in enhancing the wellbeing of our residents and clients.

A wide variety of skills are needed including driving, arts and crafts, music, gardening, assisting with activities and many more.

For more information about becoming a volunteer contact us or call 1300 761 198.