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In search for Caregivers, ABC Care Home embodies a person-first approach. Join us in enriching the lives of vulnerable individuals daily.

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Waikanae, Wellington
Community Services & Development
Full time


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Every day, in every way, we bring a real heart to work. It is what drives us to deliver our refreshingly different person-first commitment to care. That’s why we are seeking like-minded Caregivers to join our ABC Care Home. You will help us rise to the challenges of enriching the lives of society’s most vulnerable.

As a Caregiver at ABC, you will work under the guidance and supervision of qualified nursing staff and management, to make a positive impact on the lives of our residents. You will be encouraged to develop deeper relationships with residents and their families, delivering the highest quality person first care to residents in line with their individual care plan.

Hours & Shifts:
We are looking to fill several shifts over a 6 week roster period.

78 hours, morning and afternoon shifts (average 3 shifts per week)
93 hours, morning and afternoon shifts (average 4 shifts per week)
105 hours, morning and afternoon shifts (average 4 shifts per week)
108 hours, afternoon shifts (4 on 2 off)
132 hours, morning and afternoon shifts (4 on 2 off)
138 hours, morning and afternoon shifts (4 on 2 off)

Where You Will Make an Impact:

- Provide personal care assistance with daily living, whilst treating residents with respect and dignity.
- Mobility assistance in accordance with resident care plans.
- Maintain accurate health care documentation as required.
- Encourage all residents to participate in scheduled social activities.
- Contribute to the development of a positive, safe, home environment for residents, visitors, and the wider team.

What About You:

- An NZQA Health and Wellbeing Certificate Level 2-4 is preferred.
- Ideally you will have a minimum of 1 year of experience within aged care.
- Demonstrate genuine enthusiasm, dedication to care, and passion for enriching the lives of the elderly.
- Confident communication, interpersonal, and teamwork abilities.

Reasons to Belong:
Fully subsidised Southern Cross health insurance to our eligible permanent NZ employees and a discount on insurance cover for eligible family members. Wellbeing discounts and advice, EAP counselling services, study support, and cultural leave. Paid parental leave - in addition to standard parental leave, ABC offers 12 weeks of paid leave for primary carers and 2 weeks for secondary carers. Refer-a-friend programme of $750 - $2,000. Professional Development – in-house and external training and development. Industry-competitive remuneration and benefits, and internal reward and recognition programmes. No matter who you are or where you come from, we encourage you to ‘Be You at ABC.’ An accredited employer with Immigration NZ that values its diverse employees.

About ABC:
Through vision, passion, and sheer hard work, we are now New Zealand’s largest aged care and dementia care provider. As one of New Zealand’s leading healthcare organizations, we employ more than 4,000 people and we live by our values: Brave, Caring, and Responsible. All united by one purpose – helping people live longer, healthier, happier lives and making a better world.

For the opportunity to join the ABC community and to make a difference to the lives of our residents, please submit your application today – we would love to hear from you.

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