Current Opportunities

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Support Worker (Disability)

Permanent Part-Time.

Application and Selection:

Due to continued growth, Tulgeen is recruiting Support Workers.

Support Workers are critical to the performance of our services as well as the fulfillment of our vision, purpose, and organisational goals. They recognise persons with disabilities' right to inclusion, involvement, and self-determination. Their personal values align with those of Tulgeen, and this is evident in their everyday work.

Support workers are directly responsible for supporting and developing the daily lives of people using our services.

Support workers help people achieve their goals by ensuring that they're at the centre of their decisions and that they're able to reach their desired outcomes in partnership with their family members and carers.

A support worker ensures that the people they support get the services they require in accordance with the National Disability Services standards and other relevant legislation. This includes advocating for their rights.

Short listed applicants will be scheduled for Interview and will be required to undertake a physiotherapist’s Functional Assessment as part of the selection process.

Disability Support Worker Traineeships (5)

Can you demonstrate initiative and think on your feet? Do you have high levels of energy? Are you positive and enthusiastic? If so, join the Tulgeen Team as a Support Worker Trainee.

Application and Selection:

We are seeking passionate and enthusiastic people to join our team as we grow to support people with disability to achieve their goals. This role can be challenging, fun and lead to a rewarding career.

Tulgeen Disability Services a reputable not-for-profit NDIS approved provider in Bega offering innovative, respectful & caring disability support services.

Due to our Supported Independent living housing project, Tulgeen is looking to recruit committed trainees to work as Support Workers, while completing a Nationally Recognised Qualification in Individual Support or Disability.

If you have the desire for a career in the Disability Sector, become a collaborative team member by supporting people to realise their potential and lead full, abundant lives.

Essential Employment Requirements include a Current NSW Drivers Licence, First Aid Certificate, NDIS Worker Check & COVID-19 3rd Vaccination.

For more information phone Ruth Ayling on 64990800.

Join Tulgeen’s Board of Directors

Expressions of interest:

Expressions of Interest are invited from suitably dedicated, qualified and experienced people, including Persons with Disability, to become a Board Director of Tulgeen Group. Tulgeen is the leading for-purpose disability services provider in the Bega Valley. The Board consists of 6-8 community-minded professionals whom provide fulfilling pro-bono directorships.

Desired skills and personal qualities include:

  • a demonstrated diversity and inclusive mindset
  • effective stakeholder engagement
  • an understanding of the function and role of Directors in corporate governance, strategic thinking and risk management
  • knowledge of the disability sector and the NDIS
  • the ability to read and understand financial statements
  • a curious and questioning mind

The successful applicant(s) will hold the role for a 3-year term with the option for a further 2 x 3-years. The Board typically meets 6 times per annum, plus participation at 4-6 committee meetings, a strategy workshop and attendance at the AGM. An average time commitment of 6-8 hours per month is expected.

Please note this is a voluntary position.

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