Welcome, we’re excited about the prospect of you joining our team. We are a dedicated team of Caregivers and support staff who put our heart into working alongside people who have physical and/or intellectual impairments. For 25 years we’ve been family owned and operated, delivering care, with heart and assisting individuals to live life their way.  We are based on Auckland’s North Shore.

Positions currently available:

 3


Training Coordinator

The Training Coordinator is a vital role in our team of 100+ caregivers and support staff.  This role will see you supporting the successful delivery of our training program and the Quality and Risk team’s activities by coordinating administrative and reporting requirements.

What you’ll get up to;

You’ll be the key person responsible for scheduling, managing and administering the training programme for our Creative Abilities team to ensure they are knowledgeable and up to date with all the training modules required. You’ll work closely with internal team members and also need to develop strong external relationships with training suppliers. You will coordinate and provide support to any company wide training initiatives. Administration and support to a busy team is a daily part of this role and the coordination for ensuring all databases and reporting are accurate will be a feature for you.

What you’ll need;

You’ll need to be extremely organised and have proven administration / coordination experience preferably in a training environment. No two days are the same so you’ll be a master at re-evaluating priorities and rolling with a changeable environment. You’ll have strong verbal and written communication skills, be comfortable presenting to groups across the business and have a love for fine detail and problem solving.

Sound like you?

Great. Come and be part of values led organisation and a fantastic team. Email your cv to clara@creativeabilities.co.nz.

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Office Coordinator

 

Life & Wellbeing Support Worker (Caregiver)

The office administrator contributes to ensuring the smooth running of Creative Abilities and contributes in driving excellent service delivery for our clients.  The ideal candidate will be competent in prioritising task, dealing with varied work days and working with little supervision. They will be self-motivated and trustworthy.

What you’ll get up to;

You’ll be responsible for working closely with many of the Senior Leadership Team, coordinating office activities and operations to ensure an efficient and smoothly run office. You will work closely with in many in the Creative Abilities team but will also need to develop strong external relationships with suppliers.

What you’ll need;

You’ll need to be extremely organised and have proven administration / coordination experience. No two days are the same so you’ll be a master at re-evaluating priorities and rolling with a changeable environment. You’ll have attention for detail, be a planner extraordinaire and have strong verbal and written communication skills.

Sound like you?

Great. Come and be part of values led organisation and a fantastic team. Email your cv to clara@creativeabilities.co.nz.


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We are currently looking for another Life and Wellbeing Supporter who would be committed to working evening and weekend shifts. If you are keen to help make a difference and support and care for people within your local community then this may be the right job for you

We choose our Caregivers, not just for their qualifications and experience, but for their desire and ability to truly go the extra mile to make a difference in the daily lives of our people. 

Creative Abilities provides a unique service to a diverse range of adults with physical and intellectual impairments. Some of the services we provide include a fully operational gym, leisure activities and classes, supported independent living, and community support care, all within a fun environment.

As a Life & Wellbeing Supporter, you will be providing personal cares, supporting them with meal preparation and household chores, and accompanying them on outings such as going to the movies, shopping, concerts, sports events etc. This is a very rewarding role.

We are looking for energetic, fun people to join our team who:               

  • Have experience in the Health & Disability field (preferred)

  • Are committed to supporting and promoting the rights of all people to dignity, respect, social and community inclusion

  • Are flexible and reliable and available to work weekends and nights

  • Have excellent communication skills (including computer and report writing skills)

  • Hold a full clean NZ Drivers Licence

  • Have a legal entitlement to work in New Zealand

  • Are motivated to up-skill themselves when opportunities arise

In return we offer not only a fantastic place to work, but also:

  • Full training and support

  • Opportunities to access accredited training and ongoing career development

  • Stimulating work where you are able to make a real difference for our clients

  • Flexible shift arrangements

  • Free Flu Vaccines

  • Contribution to Doctor’s Visits for you and your immediate family for qualifying employees

  • Access to our Employee Assistance Programme

If you would like to learn more about becoming a Life & Wellbeing Supporter, please click apply now and submit both your Cover Letter and a CV.