Barunga Village

A little bit about us:

Barunga Village is an innovative and ever-growing organisation offering retirement, community and residential services.

As one of the largest employers in the Mid-North, our services reach the wider Mid-North and Yorke Peninsula.

Our purpose is to support our consumers live the best life possible.


About the role:

This role requires a person who can be spontaneous and warm loving who can connect with people and change the moment for them, and to care for your House Members emotional, social and physical care needs.

To work in a house and together with your team, make it a home for the House Members you are supporting and to enable ‘your’ family of House Members to be comfortable, be themselves and celebrate the highs and lows of life together.


Who you’ll be working with:

Reports to House Leader

Key Stakeholders: Team Leaders / Registered Nurses, Hotel Services Staff


Responsibilities of the role:

Supporting House Members – a major part of your role will be to actively involve your House Members in everyday domestic living in a relaxed unfolding minute by minute manner. The normal ‘jobs’ of the day are to ensure personal hygiene is attended, that environments are clean and pleasant to be in and are completed at a time that suits the people living here.

Any other duties commensurate with the employee’s skills and experience as directed by the House Leader.


About you:

Should hold a Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing) or related, or willingness to start it within 6 months. Barunga Village is able to support you to gain this qualification

Feeling – Being able to be emotionally warm, offering closeness to each individual.

Together – Being a friend to individual’s, with no them and us.

Inspiring – Being positive and passionate, being able to make a connection with people that makes a difference.

Accepting – Being positive about individual’s reality and accepting of others, to understand that feelings can be displayed as action or words.


The finer details:

Permanent Part-time approximately 50 hours per fortnight


You need to:

• Provide a NDIS worker screening clearance that is dated not more than five years old.

• Comply with having annual flu vaccination and be fully immunised against COVID-19.

• Not be included in the Aged Care Banning Orders Register.

• Must have and keep a current First Aid certification.


Some of the work perks*:

Salary sacrifice

Short-term, affordable accommodation

Chemist discount at Port Broughton United Chemist

Bulk billing at Broughton Clinic

Employee Assistance Program – counselling

Social club

Ongoing training

Opportunities to upskill

Flexible working arrangements

*Conditions apply


How to apply:

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter via SEEK by Friday 28 June at midday.

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