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At Hall & Prior, we are always looking for committed people who have a passion for aged care and would like to join our team. We believe aged care is an interesting, challenging and satisfying sector to work in.
We offer career opportunities in Western Australia and New South Wales for:
Our people are integral to achieving our vision of being a leading aged care provider in Australia. This is why we place great importance on providing staff with opportunities for professional development, training and career advancement. It is our philosophy and part of our quality improvement program to foster a culture of learning, which enables us to achieve excellence in aged care.
As well as being part of an inspiring and rewarding working environment, the benefits of working for Hall & Prior include:
Working in aged care presents a unique opportunity for personal growth, through the development of strong relationships with residents, their families and other staff.
If you would like to know more about working with the Hall & Prior team in Western Australia please contact us on (08) 9321 1388 or email email@example.com
For opportunities in New South Wales, contact us on (02) 9427 8978 or email infoNSW@hallprior.com.au
Hall & Prior have partnered with North Metropolitan TAFE to offer a new aged care course in Perth. This double qualification was tailor-made for those looking to start a career in aged care, and focuses on the complex needs of people in residential aged care.
The seven-month course covers Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing) and Certificate III in Health Service Assistance (Acute Care), and equips participants to provide person-centred care for individuals living with dementia or other complex care needs.
For more information about the program, click here to view the flyer. Alternatively, click here to go to North Metropolitan TAFE's website.
Hall & Prior encourage and welcome volunteers in our care homes to share their time, interests and skills with our residents.