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In these trying times, we want to help and support you and your career. We want to provide you with the opportunity to serve a community who needs you right now. Right at Home stands prepared to equip you with the right training and support so you can help our most vulnerable community members, making a real difference to them while growing and thriving as a person. At Right at Home, our mission is to improve the quality of life for those we serve. As a Right at Home caregiver, this becomes your mission, too.

About Right at Home

Right at Home is Australia’s leading quality in home care provider, caring for seniors, adults living with a disability and adults recovering, after being discharged from hospital. This means that Right at Home can offer careers for Certificate III Companion Care Level Caregivers through to Registered Nurses providing complex medical support.

There’s nothing more important than providing care for those in need. 

The Right at Home Mission

Right at Home has a mission to ‘improve the quality of life for those we serve’. We do this by choosing the Right People™, to deliver the Right Services™ with the Right Approach™. To continue this unwavering quality of care, we look for people who build our culture, who are sensitive and adaptable to clients’ different personalities, cultural backgrounds, and family/ home dynamics, who are flexible, approachable, accountable, and willing to work collaboratively and with integrity.

Benefits of Becoming a Right at Home Caregiver

The foundation of becoming a successful Right at Home care worker is a deep passion for people and a commitment to providing high-quality care. In return, Right at Home provides flexibility and work security. Right at Home values and supports your contribution and focus on your career development with mentoring by experienced nurses and care managers, ongoing training, and continuous support in the field with care manager supervision. Competitive pay, reward and recognition, and career development are added benefits.

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Office Admin ( Part Time )


Right at Home provide exceptional in home care and support for a range of clients in the KALGOORLIE AND WHEATBELT region. We seek client-focused employees with outstanding passion for the care industry. Our care professionals are expected to provide clients with the same care and respect they would give their own families. Our roles are varied and rewarding, providing employees with opportunities to experience new settings and gain new skills. . " Our Mission is to improve the quality of life for those we serve".

The position we have on offer will be part of the office-based Care Management team and primarily be responsible for taking client enquiries and develop relationships with clients and their families.

Dealing with range of disabled, seniors and frail elderly customers and their families on a daily basis, this role will handle anything from requests, feedback, general care enquiries to complaints.

The position would be responsible for managing staff/client rostering in a dynamic environment, the role will also include some HR duties.

A successful candidate will have the following:

  • Demonstrated administrative experience capable of managing challenging workloads
  • Client focused attitude
  • Clear and precise communication skills (written and oral)
  • Attention to detail
  • Advanced computer software skills and able to pick up new systems quickly
  • National Police Clearance Certificate
  • Demonstrated ability to actively contribute to the organisation’s goals
  • Ability to quickly build trust and rapport with a range of stakeholders


Responsibilities will include:

  • Being the first point of contact for incoming client enquiries
  • Prepare initial client take-on documentation
  • Book initial consultation appointments for the Care Management team
  • Maintain the CRM system on an “as-you-go” basis
  • Ensure all documentation is accurate; maintain compliance requirements
  • Contribute to developing new and existing business opportunities across a range of sources
  • Liaise with internal team members, clients, families, and third-party health professionals
  • Keep abreast of changes across the Home Care Package and NDIS industries

Preferred Skills

  • Recent experience in a similar position preferred
  • Experience in the Aged Care and/or Disability space essential
  • First Aid, CPR and Police Check are essential
  • Valid Driver's Licence.
  • Previous experience with rostering is highly desirable.
  • High level of computer literacy, good communication skills and personable telephone manner.
  • Ability to problem solve and think quickly under pressure.
  • Possess a 'can-do' attitude and work well in a team environment.
  • Ability to multitask with a strong attention to detail while keeping calm and focused.
  • Excellent time management skills.
Job Type: Full-Time
Department: Care Team
Job Category: Admin Staff - Default
Sub Category:
Posted: 18-05-2022
Work Region / State: Kalgoorlie , Western Australia
Job Shift: Morning Shift
Work Permit: Australia
Job Status
Job Status: Sourcing
Start Publishing: 19-05-2022
Stop Publishing: 03-06-2022
Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
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