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Caring People Wanted
Thank you for your interest in a position as a CP Carer with The Centre for Cerebral Palsy, as advertised in The West Australian, 5th May 2007.
The Centre for Cerebral Palsy is one of the leading quality disability service providers in Western Australia.
We currently employ over 600 staff in a number of studios and homes across the metropolitan area and are seeking to increase the number of staff to help us continue to deliver the quality services, which provide the highest value to our clients in an environment that promotes empowerment, choice and independence.
If you have a warm personality and a real desire to help improve the lives of people with disabilities, The Centre for Cerebral Palsy would like to meet you. We're looking for people from all walks of life to join our team of CP Carers.
- We have full-time, part-time and casual positions available at various metropolitan locations
We will pay for your medical checks, police certificates and training so you can start work with a minimum of fuss
Competitive remuneration with attractive salary packaging arrangements are offered.
The role entails assisting children and/or adults with their activities of daily living such as meals, personal care, communication, and domestic tasks and transporting clients to and from appointments.
To be successful in the role you will require excellent communication skills and the ability to work effectively within a team environment with minimum supervision.
Please click here for a list of current CP Carer Vacancies and to download the Application Package and Selection Criteria.
Another useful resource is The Difference is You, a 12-page booklet developed to offer potential employees further information about employment at The Centre for Cerebral Palsy.
For more information you can call into The Centre for Cerebral Palsy at 106 Bradford St, Coolbinia on Saturday 5th May 2007 between 9.00am - 5.00pm or phone us on (08) 9443 0240.
Click here for more information about Working or Volunteering at The Centre for Cerebral Palsy.
“The Centre for Cerebral Palsy is an equal opportunity employer that fosters diversity in the workplace”.