Are you someone who takes pride in cleaning homes and wants to make a difference in the lives of others?
MidCoast Assist values great house cleaners and so do our clients. We work with older people and people with a disability throughout the MidCoast region and are recruiting a pool of casual Domestic Assistants to clean homes of our clients.
The role: These positions sit within our MidCoast Assist Department of MidCoast Council and are responsible for delivering quality, person-centred domestic assistance services to older people, people with dementia, people with disabilities and their carers.
The package: Hourly base rate of $23.24 (Grade 2) plus casual loading and superannuation.
You will be required to use your privately owned vehicle as part of this position, with business usage being reimbursed in line with the Local Government (State) Award.
Location: Upon commencement, your base work location will be the MidCoast Assist office located at 245 Myall Street, Tea Gardens. You may also be required to be based from other Council sites across the MidCoast Council region.
Tenure: Casual up to 38 hours per week.
How to apply: We often receive a high level of interest in roles we advertise so, to help provide our applicants with an efficient and professional service, our recruitment system is fully online.
Assessing and progressing your application: This is an open ended recruitment, therefore as our client base grows and vacancies occur we will select candidates who have demonstrated their suitability to attend an interview. During this open campaign, your application will remain current until such time as you are notified otherwise.
For questions relating to the position requirements or enquiries regarding the application process please contact Christine Ellis, Team Leader Active and Older Program on 7955 7485 or Kim Lawrence, Quality Support Officer on 7955 7490.
Mid–Coast Council is a local government area (LGA) located in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales, Australia. The council was formed on 12 May 2016 through a merger of the Gloucester Shire, Great Lakes and City of Greater Taree councils.