Rostering Officer

Job No: 107934
Location: Lismore

  • Join this well-established organisation working amongst a friendly, close-knit team!
  • Excellent work/life balance!
  • Competitive salary, super and salary sacrifice opportunities! 

About the Organisation

St Carthage's Community Care is dedicated to providing services to older people, people with disabilities and their carers on the Far North Coast. 

Operating for over 23 years, St Carthage's has been managing a range of community services that aim to be responsive to both individual and community needs while also being effective in making positive changes to any gaps within these needs. Currently managing seven services, this organisation aspires to become a highly-regarded, client-focused, professionally delivered service that enriches, empowers and maximises the potential of all people.

St Carthage's Community Care is proud to have been successful in achieving recognition in 10 Eden principles, which is a first for community care, respite, disability services organisation in NSW and Australia.

About the Opportunity

St Carthage's Community Care currently has an exciting opportunity for a full-time Rostering Officer to join their dedicated team in Lismore.

More specifically, some of your key duties and responsibilities will see you, but aren't limited to:

  • Develop, negotiate and produce regular staff and client rosters;
  • Work as part of the Rostering team to deliver accurate rosters for staff and clients;
  • Create and change rosters as required;
  • Plan, arrange and roster the induction and orientation program for new staff in collaboration and negotiation with other relevant staff;
  • Collect, collate and provide relevant data and statistics as requested; and
  • Read and interpret Awards and Agreements for the community care sector.

About You

To be successful in this role you will ideally have demonstrated experience or a good understanding of the development, negotiation and production of client and staff rosters. Additionally, you will need to be computer literate in a Windows environment, particularly in client management software, word processing, spreadsheets and desktop publishing.

You will need to be able to work efficiently under pressure and will display effective time management skills ensuring your ability to plan and organise your work to achieve organisational objectives. Although not essential, candidates who have previously worked with or have knowledge of NDIS and/or Aged Care will be highly regarded.

St Carthage's Community Care is seeking self-motivated, customer-focused candidates with excellent verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to make immediate decisions when required. Your exceptional attention to detail will be key to your success in this role.

Although not essential, knowledge of geographical locations within the Far North Coast for rostering purposes would be an advantage.

Please note: Candidates must have access to reliable transportation and be willing to undergo a Police check prior to employment.

About the Benefits

If you're looking for a new challenge where you can really grow and make the role your own - this is the opportunity for you!

In return, you will receive an attractive remuneration package, with salary sacrifice options available! You will enjoy a position where you are truly valued and encouraged to achieve!

Additional training/career progression opportunities are available to the successful candidate to help you achieve formal qualifications in an area of your choice. 

This is an extremely satisfying and rewarding role, and you will finish each working day knowing you have improved the lives of others and truly made a difference within the community!

If you're ready to make a real difference in a well-established community organisation - Apply Now! 

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St Carthage's Community Care

St Carthage's Community Care is committed to creating a human habitat where life revolves around close and continuing contact with plants, animals and children.

It is these relationships that provide people with a pathway to a life worth living.

St Carthages Community Care