Maxima are currently seeking TWO community programs assistants. This role will see you working within the leafy Eastern Suburbs of Adelaide, assisting to improve the lives of others through community programs.Our Client run ‘The Shed’- a space where men and women of all walks of life can gather, share experiences, and work together on community projects in the traditional setting of a shed. Various get-togethers are also organised, such as breakfasts or cinema screenings, to promote positive wellbeing and a culture filled with friendship.The Role:This role will see you undertake a number of tasks including:Constructing and repairing a variety of wood objects (e.g. benches, toys) using hand and power toolsParticipating in planned activities and programsSupporting community members through varying challenges and successes they experience in lifeInitiate and contribute to community funded projectsMaintaining confidentialityRole Requirements:Experience using hand and power toolsDCSI: Aged Care RelatedFirst AidCurrent Drivers LicencePolice ClearanceAged Care certificate (desirable)About You: You will ideally be experienced in woodwork, thrive in group situations, and have a compassionate nature. You will also possess:Passion for woodworkGreat listenerOpen-minded with a positive and empathetic attitudeAbility to build rapport with a variety of community membersCan work within a team environmentThe Benefits:  Great mix of work and playFlexible working hoursOpportunity to meet new friendsIf this sounds like you, APPLY NOW! 20 AUD Australia - SA Adelaide
Job Opportunity | Community Programs Assistant | Maxima Tempskill

Community Programs Assistant

  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Great Mix of Work and Play
  • Opportunity to Make Long Life Friends

Maxima are currently seeking TWO community programs assistants. This role will see you working within the leafy Eastern Suburbs of Adelaide, assisting to improve the lives of others through community programs.

Our Client run ‘The Shed’- a space where men and women of all walks of life can gather, share experiences, and work together on community projects in the traditional setting of a shed. Various get-togethers are also organised, such as breakfasts or cinema screenings, to promote positive wellbeing and a culture filled with friendship.

The Role:

This role will see you undertake a number of tasks including:

  • Constructing and repairing a variety of wood objects (e.g. benches, toys) using hand and power tools
  • Participating in planned activities and programs
  • Supporting community members through varying challenges and successes they experience in life
  • Initiate and contribute to community funded projects
  • Maintaining confidentiality

Role Requirements:

  • Experience using hand and power tools
  • DCSI: Aged Care Related
  • First Aid
  • Current Drivers Licence
  • Police Clearance
  • Aged Care certificate (desirable)

About You:

You will ideally be experienced in woodwork, thrive in group situations, and have a compassionate nature. You will also possess:

  • Passion for woodwork
  • Great listener
  • Open-minded with a positive and empathetic attitude
  • Ability to build rapport with a variety of community members
  • Can work within a team environment

The Benefits:  

  • Great mix of work and play
  • Flexible working hours
  • Opportunity to meet new friends

If this sounds like you, APPLY NOW!

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