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Community Support Worker - South Auckland - Supported Living

Every person with a disability deserves a life of choice, freedom and independence.

As a Community Support Worker you take on tasks that are dynamic and will depend on the needs and dreams of each person. You will provide assistance with personal activities such as community participation, socialising, work or education and daily living tasks.

Skills & Experience

  • Empathy and willingness to support people with their personal daily living tasks, their goals, dreams and aspirations.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with your colleagues and the people you support.
  • Sharing your own unique life experience.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Desire to learn on the job and study towards qualifications
  • Reliability, commitment, and passion for working with people
  • A full New Zealand driver's licence
  • Ability to use the internet and outlook

What the role offers:

  • Ongoing development and study opportunities - earn why you learn!
  • A meaningful, life changing career
  • Work that is valued within the community
  • Starting rate from $21.50 per hour

If you're interested in supporting people to develop self-confidence and independence, and live their lives of choice, we want to hear from you today!

If you have any questions, call the recruitment team on 09 634 3790.

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