Lifestyle and Wellbeing Officer – Bishop Tyrell Place, Cundletown Anglican Care


The Opportunity: 

At Anglican Care we believe in enhancing the lives of ageing people. As a Lifestyle and Wellbeing Officer, you will have the opportunity to do this every day. This role offers the flexibility to work between 9am & 4pm weekdays or weekends at our Bishop Tyrrell Place facility in Cundletown.


Why Work for us? 

Our teams are the heart of what we do here at Newcastle Anglican. As a part of the team, you have access to the following great benefits: 

  • Flexible working options
  • Salary packaging options (up to $611/fortnight)
  • Career and development opportunities
  • Access to Fitness Passport
  • Free access to our corporate Employee Assistance Program
  • Paid parental leave (after 12 months of service)
  • 40% off school enrollment fees at Anglican schools


Role & Responsibilities:   

  • Plan, conduct and evaluate a varied Lifestyle and Wellbeing programs to cater for the individual needs of consumers in accordance with the Aged Care Standards and policies and procedures of Anglican Care.
  • Liaise with the Lifestyle & Wellbeing Team Leader/ Lifestyle & Wellbeing Coordinator and Lifestyle Wellbeing and Diversity Manager to assess and evaluate Resident needs and program goals.
  • Provide a varied lifestyle and wellbeing program that helps to maintain and promote the physical, mental, social, spiritual, creative and psychological wellbeing of consumers
  • Provide opportunities for consumers to participate in activities, which promote personal fulfilment and enhance their decision-making skills.
  • Supporting consumers participating in Anglican Care’s Directed Actions Response Team (DART)- Non Pharmacological interventions for residents suffering from Dementia or Dementia related illness.
  • To be an effective member of the care team

About you? 

  • Certificate IV in Leisure and Health or currently enrolled
  • Proven ability to deliver person centre care that respects the dignity and worth of the individual. 
  • Able to work effectively as an individual and as part of a team 
  • Willingness to complete National Police Check (Newcastle Anglican will consider the relevance of any reported outcomes) 
  • Hold NDISWC or willing to obtain


Who we are? 

The Anglican Diocese of Newcastle (Newcastle Anglican) is the overarching body for some well-known Hunter and Central Coast organisations – Anglican Care, Samaritans, Newcastle Anglican Schools Corporation and Anglican parishes working primarily in the Hunter and Central Coast regions of New South Wales. 

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