Working For Us

Shepparton Villages is always looking for motivated and suitably qualified and skilled people to join our team.

We currently have multiple positions and opportunities available across our organisation. See below for more info.

About Shepparton Villages

Shepparton Villages is a progressive organisation that thrives on enabling our residents, providing quality care and undertaking continuous improvement activities. Life is never dull at Shepp Villages as there is always something happening, whether it be the introduction of new technology or the development of a new state of the art facility.

Shepparton Villages is the largest provider of aged care services in the Shepparton area. We are a not for profit organisation who employs approximately 495 people across our sites in the following disciplines

  • Nursing – clinical and management
  • Personal care
  • Lifestyle and Leisure
  • Food and domestic
  • Administration
  • Maintenance and Gardening

Under Current Vacant Positions, you will find a current list of employment opportunities.

Our Values

We care for some of the most vulnerable people within our community therefore we need to ensure we employ the right people that share our Values of:

  • Choice — We encourage and promote individual choice and independence
  • Respect — We believe everyone is unique, we listen and demonstrate care and compassion in everything we do
  • Care — We care and continuously improve what we do
  • Passion — We love what we do and encourage creativity and diversity
  • Teamwork — We work together and support each other

Eligibility for employment

You must be:

  • An Australian or New Zealand citizen or have a valid visa to work in Australia,
  • Willing to complete a National Police Check prior to commencement and every three years

Benefits

Whilst we are here for our residents our employees are just as important as without our dedicated staff we would not be able to provide our residents with the home environment and care that they deserve. For this reason, we have a strong commitment towards occupational health and safety as providing a safe and comfortable working environment is important to us. In addition our employees enjoy the following benefits:

  • A comfortable working environment with a strong health and safety focus
  • Excellent salary packaging options for permanent staff
  • Flexible working conditions – part time and casual employment options
  • Exceptional education and training opportunities

Current Vacant Positions

Quality Business Partner

Full time – 76 hours per fortnight

Shepparton Villages has an exciting opportunity for a Quality Business Partner to join our highly reputable organisation. Reporting to the Executive Manager Quality, Risk & Compliance, you will play a key role in Shepparton Villages Aged Care Services.

As a Quality Business Partner, you will partner with Care Managers and their teams to develop and implement Quality Management Systems to ensure that we deliver care guided by resident choice that is safe and aligns with best practice care delivery. You will support a culture of continual quality improvement that ensures good governance and operating efficiencies and the ongoing maintenance of our organisation wide compliance requirements.

This role will see you be heavily involved in undertaking reviews and completing independent audits in the areas of:

  • Specialised Nursing (Falls, Diabetes, Wounds, Catheters, Oxygen, Stoma & Warfarin)
  • Auxiliary audits (including but not limited to) Continuous Quality Improvement Plans, Resident of the Day, Advanced Care Plans etc
  • Key Performance indicators
  • National Mandatory Quality Indicators

The applicant must have a background within nursing and have a minimum of 2 years’ experience or hold tertiary qualifications in Social/Health Science. You will have significant hands-on clinical experience within the Aged Care, Health Care or related sector. You will also require excellent problem-solving skills, time management, demonstrated people management and interpersonal skills.

Executive Officer

This is a dynamic and pivotal role that provides secretariat support to the CEO, the Board of Directors and Board Committees. This role also provides administrative support to the Executive Manager Community Engagement & PR (EMCEPR).

The role is critical in ensuring a high degree of professional co-ordination and support to the CEO, Board and its committees.  The Executive Officer must be able to work under pressure, at times, to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion.  The key roles and tasks are, but not limited to:

  • Coordination of the daily business of the CEO by managing appointments and organizing meetings.
  • Coordination, preparation and distribution of agendas, papers, and minutes for various meetings additional to Board and Board Committee meetings.
  • Preparation of confidential correspondence on behalf of the CEO and Board.
  • Arrangement of travel itineraries for the CEO and Board members
  • General administration duties such as organizing IT requirements for new and existing staff, updating registers and documents.

The successful applicant will demonstrate:

  • Highly developed written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to produce a broad range of quality written material for a variety of audiences.Exceptional accuracy and attention to detail and an ability to work autonomously.
  • Highly developed organizational skills, including the ability to set priorities and complete tasks to deadlines.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Advanced PC and document control knowledge and experience.
  • Experience in corporate governance including preparation of Board agendas, papers and minutes and knowledge of relevant legislation, policy requirements and processes.
  • Proven engagement, collaboration, and negotiation skills, with the capability to build and maintain relationships with Board members, management, staff and stakeholders.
  • Satisfactory National criminal history check prior to commencement of employment.

Applications Close: Friday 25th June 2021

Human Resources Administration Officer

Full time

This position will be responsible for providing operational support to the Executive Manager People, Workforce & Culture (EMPWC) and assist in relation to all aspects of the Human Resource cycle.

In particular the role will be responsible for:

    • Maintaining all Employment/ Volunteer Registers within the organisation
    • Assisting in the recruitment and onboarding process
    • Maintaining police checks for staff and volunteers
    • Assisting with the implementation of HR initiatives
    • Assisting with Roster Coordination where required
    • Other duties as required including support to the administration team in Reception.

The applicant must have an ability to manage multiple tasks at any given time both effectively and efficiently to ensure the human resource and administration function operate smoothly and cohesively.

The incumbent must adhere to and be committed to our Mission of ‘Enriching the lives of the people in our care’ and our values of Choice, Respect, Care, Passion and Teamwork along with the associated behaviours attached to these values.

Applications Close: Friday 25th June 2021

ACFI Care Support Officer

Shepparton Villages has a full-time position available for an experienced ACFI Care Support Officer. Reporting to the ACFI Manager, you will be an integral part of our team.

As an ACFI Care Support Officer, your duties will include but not limited to:

  • Conduct all ACFI assessments via capturing all care needs identified and delivered in consultation with care staff.
  • Oversee the development, implementation and evaluation of assessments and care plans in consultation with the care team, residents, and their families. 
  • Develops and designs assessments and care plans that are of best practice that reflect residents needs and improves the outcome for residents.
  • Complex care assessments are to be completed in consultation with a Div 1 (Care Manager)
  • Conduct Resident of the Day (ROD) in consultation with the Care Manager and all care staff.

The successful candidates will demonstrate and possess:

  • Several years’ experience as a Personal Care worker or Enrolled Nurse
  • A strong knowledge of ACFI would be preferable but not essential.
  • A working knowledge of the needs of elderly persons residing with a residential care facility.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent problem solving, assessment and care planning skills.
  • An ability to utilize computer medical record systems.
  • A current valid police record check.

Applications Close: Friday 25th June 2021

We currently have multiple positions and opportunities available across our organisation.

We are recruiting in the following areas of the organisation for our casual workforce bank:

  • Hotel Services
  • Care
  • Nursing

Permanent positions are also available for the right candidates and we would be very interested in talking with you.

Experience in Aged Care is desirable and there an opportunity to advance your career with positions in available now in Lifestyle & Leisure, ACFI Officer, Medication Nurse and Team Leader roles – all with an immediate start.

Please fill out an application form or call recruitment on (03) 58 320 800 for more information, or email recruitment@sheppvillages.com.au.

How to apply

To apply for a position please submit a current resume and completed application form (download link below) via one of the following methods:

Download the Application Form

For more information on positions available or the application process please contact the Human Resources Coordinator on (03) 5832 0800 or email recruitment@sheppvillages.com.au.