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Welcome to Booroongen Djugun Limited

Careers

Careers @ BDL

Booroongen Djugun Limited has a variety of clinical and support roles across a number of different services.

We’d love to have you as part of the team – simply apply to one of the advertised positions or send an expression of interest to careers@booroongendjugun.com.au

Please clink on the roles below for more information:

The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for providing high quality person centered clinical care that facilitate positive health and wellbeing outcomes for residents – both aged care and those with a disability in line with the Aged Care Quality Standards. The Registered Nurse will be responsible to the nursing assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care in accordance policies and procedures, Aged Care Standards, AHPRA Professional Conduct and with scope of practice as a Registered Nurse.

Refer to Position Description – Resigistered Nurse for further information

Further information coming soon

The Nursing Assistant is responsible for delivery of planned individualised resident care within level of demonstrated competence under the supervision of a Registered Nurse/Clinical Care Lead.

Refer to Position Description – Nursing Assistant for further information.

The Kitchen / Catering Assistant is responsible for the preparation and deliver of meal service to the residents of the Residential Care Facility and NDIS clients of Booroongen Djugun Limited. Refer to the Position Description – Kitchen-Catering Assistant for further information.

Community Care Support Workers provide assistance to older people and/or people with disabilities their carers, to remain living independently in their own homes and community, in a dignified and safe manner in accordance with individual care plans.
Refer to Position Description – Community Care Support Worker for further information

Further information coming soon

Applying for a Job

Position description
Each role will have a position description that outlines the skills and experience you need to succeed in the role. You can download the position description from the job listing .

Want to work for Booroongen Djugun
All vacant positions are listed on this website and advertised on job boards such as Seek.com.
You also have the option to register for specific jobs you’re interested by sending an expression of interest to careers@booroongendjugun.com.au

Applying for a position
Ready to apply? You’ll need to include basic personal information, a cover letter and resume. Your cover letter should tell us a little bit about yourself and demonstrate why you’re suitable for the position

After you apply
Your application will be reviewed and if you are shortlisted you may be contacted by phone to discuss your application or invited to attend a face to face an interview. This process may take some time, but we will get back to you.

Preparing for your interview
If you have been shortlisted to attend an interview, congratulations! The below tips may help you prepare for this discussion:

  • Carefully read the position description and key selection criteria.
  • Think of questions that may be asked at the interview and prepare your answers.
  • Think of your previous experience in work situations and prepare specific examples of how you’ve handled those situations in a positive way
  • Prepare any questions for the panel – what would you like to know about the role, the conditions, and what it’s like to work at Booroongen Djugun?
  • Work out how you’ll get to the interview and how long it will take you – plan to get there 10-15 mins before your interview time.

 

About the interview
The interview process helps Booroongen ensure you have the qualifications, skills, ability, experience, knowledge and personal attributes to perform the role.
The panel will ask you a series of questions to determine your suitability of the role and the organisation.
Listen carefully to the question – think of examples based on your experience on how you can demonstrate your understanding and ability.

After the interview:

Pre-employment screening
Prior to any offer of employment, pre-employment screening will occur. This may include:

Reference checks: whereby the panel contacts one of your references provided to ask some questions about your experience and past performance to assist in determining your suitability for the position.

National Police Check: This is a mandatory requirement for all positions. If you obtained your own police check, this needs to have been completed within the previous 3 months to be valid.

Working with Children Check (employee category): This is a mandatory requirement for staff who support clients and students under the age of 18.
For more information, visit the NSW Office of Children’s Guardian.
https://www.ocg.nsw.gov.au/child-safe-organisations/working-with-children-check

NDIS Workers Check: This is a mandatory requirement for all new employees.
For more information, visit the NSW Services website.
https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/ndiswc-apply

Pre-medicals:
Depending on the role, you will need to attend a pre-employment medical.

Unsuccessful applicants
If you have been advised that you have been unsuccessful your application will be placed on file for a period of 6 months and if another suitable opportunity arises, you may be contacted. If do not want to be considered for other roles, please advise your selection panel.

Offer
If you’re the successful candidate, you’ll be verbally offered the position.
If you accept, a formal letter of offer will be sent and new employee paperwork will be sent for you to complete and return prior to your first day of work.

Booroongen Djugun Limited acknowledges the Traditional Owners, the Dunghutti Nation, on whose land we meet, share, live and work. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and extend our respect to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples from all Nations of this land.

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