Careers and Training

Careers

We pride ourselves on providing the best possible care to our clients and if you do too, we would love to hear from you.

We are always on the lookout for caring, empathetic and passionate individuals to join the Eremea team.

For further information please feel free to call us on 1300 118 880 or alternatively fill out the contact form below.

Eremea Home Care Services is a home care agency that has been operating since 2002 providing people with in-home support services and personal care allowing them to remain at home as independently as possible offering choice, flexibility and control.

Eremea Home Care Services strive to provide a quality service which is indicated by our growth in the home care industry.

Eremea’s mission is we provide support and care to enhance a person’s health and well-being through innovative tailored solutions offering help to the elderly who wish to remain in their own homes, children and adults with disabilities and special needs, individuals recovering from an illness or an accident as well as a broad range of domestic that need tending to.

Your work at Eremea Home Care Services as a support worker will involve duties such as light domestic assistance, personal care, transportation, in-home & outing respite, social support.

For this particular role we are looking for Bilingual support workers who want to make a difference in elderly people’s everyday life and well-being. We are looking for care workers for a casual position that are able to work in the Inner West, Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore, Canterbury / Bankstown and St George areas.

What you must have:

– Current first aid and CPR certificate

– Current criminal record check certificate (police check)

– Current working with children’s check certificate (for paid roles)

– Completed NDIS Orientation Module

– NSW Drivers Licence

– Your own reliable vehicle with comprehensive insurance.

– A smartphone

– Manual Handling Training completed within the last 12 months

– Bilingual

Ideally, you will have:

– Minimum of Cert III in Aged Care or Community Services

– Experience with personal care and manual handling procedures

– Flexibility with availability

– High care needs experience

– Self-motivated

– Organised

– Bilingual

Apply Now
Eremea Home Care Services is an approved home care provider that has been operating since 2002 providing people with in-home support services allowing them to remain in their home as independently as possible offering choice, flexibility and control.

Eremea Home Care Services strive to provide a quality service which is indicated by our growth in the home care industry.

The Opportunity

Eremea Home Care Services is offering an excellent opportunity to gain entry into the Health/Business world and start an exciting and rewarding career. With the option of gaining transferable skills and a Certificate III in Health Administration by full-time Health Administration traineeship.

If you are motivated to develop your skills through the combination of on-the-job experience in a supportive team environment, and optionable formal training with a nationally-recognised qualification in Health Administration, this could be the opportunity you have been looking for.

The successful applicant will have a desire and passion for this professional field and a commitment to undertake further studies; with full support and encouragement to develop skills to launch your career forward and gain practical experience in a well-established administrative support environment.

This role is responsible for:

  • Working as part of our administration team, across our home and community Clients
  • Liaison with roster coordinators, case advisors/managers, accounts and any relevant external parties
  • Receiving referrals and assessment of Clients care needs
  • Setting up new clients, scheduling & rostering the delivery of on-going care
  • Day to day management of administrative duties
  • Monitoring care worker alerts
  • Establishing & developing excellent working relationships with clients, our direct care employees and all stakeholders
  • Provide support to direct care employees to promote ongoing development, to develop skills and ensure competence in role requirements
  • Out of hours work will be required on a rotational basis to ensure a flexible response to client needs and after-hours phone service

To be considered for this position you must have:

  • A genuine interest and passion for working in a health / business administration role
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment
  • Commitment to full term of the traineeship and study requirements (12 months if option chosen)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience using technology (computers/telephones/software packages)
  • Sound Microsoft Office competency
  • Strong ability to plan work and effective time management
  • Willing to show initiative while still be open to and following work instructions
  • Ability to work Monday to Friday and to be flexible with your working hours
  • Ability to multitask with a strong attention to detail while keeping calm and focused
  • Be passionate and dedicated to excellent customer support services
  • Have a current National Police Check and NSW working with children check
  • Completion certificate of the NDIS workers orientation module
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Eremea Home Care Services supports clients to achieve their home and life goals. We have been doing this since 2002 for clients across culturally diverse communities firstly in Aged Care and now in Disability.

In response to the changes across the sector, underpinned by choice, flexibility and control we are building a digitally connected business. This will provide a platform for connectivity, transparency between our clients and our people that will maximise the value and outcomes for all.

Eremea Home Care Services strive to provide a quality service which is indicated by our growth n the home care industry.

As a People & Culture Coordinator you will be the go to person between and assisting the operations and Human Resources teams.

Eremea Home Care Services is offering an excellent full time opportunity in a People & Culture Coordinator role.

If you are motivated , have a passion for for admin & people liaison, enjoy skill development through a combination of on the job experience in a supportive team environment and education & training then this could be the opportunity you have been looking for.

What you will be doing but not limited to:

  • liaison with team members which including but not limited to support workers, service reps, service coordinators and managers
  • Respond to team member feedback that requires attention
  • lead the use of business tools eg Eremea App etc and embrace the organisational strategies
  • assisting in all aspects of recruitment process —screening and shortlisting candidates
  • Assisting with employee reward and recognition
  • managing enquiries
  • supporting onboarding/induction activities and training
  • Liaising with office and support employees to ensure service quality and standards are met
  • Proactively working with leadership in identifying areas of efficiency & productivity gains related to talent Acquisition and development

Support the team in the tracking, compliance, and actioning of HR functions which includes data management, employee files, employment contracts, position descriptions, change of conditions, recruitment, probation, policies and procedures, learning and development, and other relevant functions.
The successful applicant will have a desire and passion for this professional field and with full support and encouragement to develop skills in order to launch your career forward and gain practical experience in a well-established administrative support environment.

To be considered for this position:

  • Previous experience working for in the same or similar capacity
  • Ability to think strategically and translate this into successful practical operational outcomes for your team and client group.
  • Able to engage with all team members and stakeholders to quickly build credibility, and where necessary, constructively influence to achieve desired outcomes.
  • Ability to keep up to date with developments, legislation, and regulations relevant to human resources.
  • Ability to be flexible and adaptable in an increasing changing and complex environment.
  • Ability to learn new digital platforms.
  • Excellent attention to detail and strong administration skills.
  • Intermediate or above level of competency with Microsoft Office.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Effectively take direction from management
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with individuals and groups from a variety of backgrounds.
  • Ability to multitask with a strong attention to detail while keeping calm and focused
  • Be passionate and dedicated to excellent customer support services
  • Current NSW Working with Children Check
  • NSW Criminal Record Check Certificate
Apply Now
About the business:

Eremea Home Care Services supports clients to achieve their home and life goals. We have been doing this since 2002 for clients across culturally diverse communities firstly in Aged Care and now in Disability.

In response to the changes across the sector, underpinned by choice, flexibility and control we are building a digitally connected business. This will provide a platform for connectivity, transparency between our clients and our people that will maximise the value and outcomes for every client.

As an Occupational Therapist in a community setting, you will be the person who helps bring our clients goals to life. You will enjoy working within the philosophy of Eremea Home Care Services to ensure a good understanding of individual client needs, preferences and that the services provided are tailored to the needs of the individual and delivered within budget and service expectations.

The OT will demonstrate effective decision-making practices and seek to create positive experience/outcomes for clients. Using your expertise to recover situations or plan for transitions.

The Opportunity

Eremea Home Care Services is expanding their service offerings and wanting to grow in the area of OT Services.

Eremea is a customer focused organisation, passionate about delivering a great customer experience, every day in every way.

The role will cover a mixed caseload with the requirement for Community-based home visits making up the majority of the work.

This permanent full-time OT opportunity is available across Sydney Metro suburbs. You will have a strong focus on clinical service delivery. You will be part of a dynamic team providing assessments, recommendations and services to clients living at home. We work with clients through a variety of programs including but not limited to  Home Care Packages,NDIS and the Commonwealth Home Support Program.

Working as an Occupational Therapist with Eremea Home care Services you’ll be gaining more than just experience. You’ll have the opportunity to build rewarding relationships, hear remarkable stories, words of wisdom and have a positive impact on the lives of our clients.

Your duties, but are not limited to;

  • Demonstrate advocacy of Eremea Home Care Services Core Values.
  • Assessment of physical, communication, psycho-social and cognitive skills of clients with a wide range of disability and impairments.
  • Assessment and prescription of assistive technical devices and equipment appropriate to the needs and goals of the clients.
  • Assessment of mobility and function and a prescription for the provision of appropriate mobility and functional equipment.
  • Assess and provide appropriate home modification recommendations aligned with Australian Standards to improve client safety and independence.
  • Development of individual, evidence-based treatment plans and goals to address any deficits identified in these areas ensuring best practice and the client’s individual person-centered plan.
  • Communicate assessed needs clearly and precisely to the client and ensure funding organisation within appropriate time frames.
  • Liaise with families, specialist services and other stakeholders as appropriate.
  • Regularly review client treatment plans and goals.
  • Develop and implement programs, strategies and materials to enable clients to achieve their health and lifestyle goals as set by their individual person-centred

To be considered for this position:

  • Occupational Therapy Bachelors’ Degree or equivalent as approved by AHPRA – Full Registration
  • Registration with Australian Occupational Therapy Association Australia (OTA) is highly desirable
  • A current driver’s licence and access to a reliable, registered and comprehensive insured vehicle
  • Current AUS Police Check.
  • NSW Working with Children Check
  • NDIS Orientation Module
  • Ability to provide high quality customer service in a fast paced environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience using technology (computers/telephones/software packages)
  • Strong time management with ability to prioritise duties and multitask
  • Confidence to handle challenging situations and resolve enquires in a calm and focused manner
  • Flexible and adaptable during times of change to contribute to the team’s strategic goals.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment
  • Sound Microsoft Office competency
  • Willing to show initiative while still be open to and following work instructions
  • Ability to work Monday to Friday and to be flexible with your working hours
  • Ability to multitask with a strong attention to detail while keeping calm and focused
  • Be passionate and dedicated to excellent customer support services
Apply Now
Eremea Home Care Services is a home care agency that has been operating since 2002 providing people with in-home support services and personal care allowing them to remain at home as independently as possible offering choice, flexibility and control.

Eremea Home Care Services strive to provide a quality service which is indicated by our growth in the home care industry.

Eremea’s mission is we provide support and care to enhance a person’s health and well-being through innovative tailored solutions offering help to the elderly who wish to remain in their own homes, children and adults with disabilities and special needs, individuals recovering from an illness or an accident as well as a broad range of domestic that need tending to.

Your work at Eremea Home Care Services as a support worker will involve duties such as light domestic assistance, personal care, transportation, in-home & outing respite, social support.

For this particular role we are looking for Bilingual support workers who want to make a difference in elderly people’s everyday life and well-being. We are looking for care workers for a casual position that are able to work in the Inner West, Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore and St George areas.

What you must have:

– Current first aid and CPR certificate

– Current criminal record check certificate (police check)

– Current working with children’s check certificate (for paid roles)

– Completed NDIS Orientation Module

– NSW Drivers Licence

– Your own reliable vehicle with comprehensive insurance.

– A smartphone

– Manual Handling Training completed within the last 12 months

– Bilingual

Ideally, you will have:

– Minimum of Cert III in Aged Care or Community Services

– Experience with personal care and manual handling procedures

– Flexibility with availability

– High care needs experience

– Self-motivated

– Organised

– Bilingual

Apply Now
What you will do as a Service Coordinator:

  • Service development: ongoing consumer assessment and development & review of care plans in consultation with clients and key stakeholders.
  • Manage Relationships: Liaison with roster coordinators, case advisers/managers, accounts and any relevant external parties
  • Client Engagement: Receiving referrals and assessment of clients care needs
  • Service Coordination: Coordinate the provision of quality person-centred care according to the client’s needs, service/ care plans, funding available, and relevant policies and procedures
  • Worker Support: Provide support to direct care employees to promote ongoing development, to develop skills and ensure competence in role requirements
  • Be Flexible: as a client-directed service at times you will need to respond. Out of hours work may be required on a rotational basis to ensure a flexible response to client needs and after-hours phone service
  • Be a team member: Actively engage in workplace activities that are designed to improve the work environment and service to clients.
  • Be accountable: Work within the culture and policy framework of the business utilising all enterprise systems to deliver ‘best’ client outcomes.

What will tick our boxes?

• Excellent customer service skills with exceptional verbal and written communication skills

• Ability to multitask with strong attention to detail while keeping calm and focused

•  Be passionate and dedicated to excellent customer support services

•  Self-motivated and organised

•  Excellent time management skills

•  Case Management/ Co-ordination experience within either aged carer or disability

•   Experience using CRM, billing, scheduling systems

•   NSW Working with Children Check (Required)

•   NSW Criminal Record Check (Required)

•   NSW Drivers Licence (Required)

What will surprise us?

• Diploma

• Bilingual

Apply Now
What you will do as a Service Coordinator:

  • Service development: ongoing consumer assessment and development & review of care plans in consultation with clients and key stakeholders.
  • Manage Relationships: Liaison with roster coordinators, case advisers/managers, accounts and any relevant external parties
  • Client Engagement: Receiving referrals and assessment of clients care needs
  • Service Coordination: Coordinate the provision of quality person-centred care according to the client’s needs, service/ care plans, funding available, and relevant policies and procedures
  • Worker Support: Provide support to direct care employees to promote ongoing development, to develop skills and ensure competence in role requirements
  • Be Flexible: as a client-directed service at times you will need to respond. Out of hours work may be required on a rotational basis to ensure a flexible response to client needs and after-hours phone service
  • Be a team member: Actively engage in workplace activities that are designed to improve the work environment and service to clients.
  • Be accountable: Work within the culture and policy framework of the business utilising all enterprise systems to deliver ‘best’ client outcomes.

What will tick our boxes?

• Excellent customer service skills with exceptional verbal and written communication skills

• Ability to multitask with strong attention to detail while keeping calm and focused

•  Be passionate and dedicated to excellent customer support services

•  Self-motivated and organised

•  Excellent time management skills

•  Case Management/ Co-ordination experience within either aged carer or disability

•   Experience using CRM, billing, scheduling systems

•   NSW Working with Children Check (Required)

•   NSW Criminal Record Check (Required)

•   NSW Drivers Licence (Required)

What will surprise us?

• Diploma

• Bilingual

Apply Now
What you will do as av Allied Health Profesional / Service Coordinator:

  • Service development: ongoing consumer assessment, treatment skills, development & review of care plans in consultation with clients and key stakeholders.
  • Manage Relationships: Liaison with roster coordinators, case advisers/managers, accounts and any relevant external parties
  • Client Engagement: Receiving referrals and assessment of clients care needs
  • Service Coordination: Coordinate the provision of quality person-centred care according to the client’s needs, service/ care plans, funding available, and relevant policies and procedures
  • Worker Support: Provide support to direct care employees to promote ongoing development, to develop skills and ensure competence in role requirements
  • Be Flexible: as a client-directed service at times you will need to respond. Out of hours work may be required on a rotational basis to ensure a flexible response to client needs and after-hours phone service
  • Be a team member: Actively engage in workplace activities that are designed to improve the work environment and service to clients.
  • Be accountable: Work within the culture and policy framework of the business utilising all enterprise systems to deliver ‘best’ client outcomes.

What will tick our boxes?

• Excellent customer service skills with exceptional verbal and written communication skills

• Ability to multitask with strong attention to detail while keeping calm and focused

•  Be passionate and dedicated to excellent customer support services

•  Self-motivated and organised

•  Excellent time management skills

•   Experience using CRM, billing, scheduling systems

•   NSW Working with Children Check (Required)

•   NSW Criminal Record Check (Required)

•   NSW Drivers Licence (Required)

•   AHPRA Registration

•   Bachelor or Masters Degree

What will surprise us?

• Bilingual

Apply Now

Vacancies at Eremea

Training

We offer training for all Eremea staff, which is practical, rewarding and satisfying. Our trainers and assessors are qualified, skilled, supportive and experienced.

Training offered:

Certificate IV in Aged Care
Certificate III in Aged Care
Certificate III in Home & Community Care
Certificate III & IV Disability

These certificates and diploma courses are nationally recognised and are offered to Eremea staff and to other organisations or individuals, at a competitive rate. These courses are also under the government approved traineeship scheme.