Wellbeing Coordinator


Lifestyle & Wellbeing Coordinator

  • Opportunity to be a part of a close-knit retirement community at Stockland Highlands Village 
  • Permanent part-time opportunity – 26.6 hours per week (we are flexible on how this can be made up)
  • Utilise your nursing and health skills

We are looking for a customer focussed individual to become a part of Highlands Retirement Village, based in Melbourne’s northern corridor, Victoria. This retirement community is a large well-established village with approximately 300 residents. 
In this role, you will partner closely with the residents to provide services and offerings that promote and encourage healthy living.  Utilising your nursing qualifications and knowledge of health and wellbeing, you will organise educational information sessions on positive aging and healthy living education.  

Your tasks will include:

  • Establishing and maintaining well-functioning activities and social calendar
  • Prompt response to all village emergency calls and to provide emergency assistance as required
  • Provide advice to residents on care options and external community services as required 
  • Organise educational information sessions on positive aging and preventative education
  • Providing nursing care and assistance to residents 
  • Establishing and maintaining positive and supportive relationships with all residents, Village employees and contract service providers
  • To comfortably liaise with medical professionals and community associations to determine topics of interest for residents 
  • Being customer service focused and establishing/maintaining supportive, respectful relationships with our residents 

To be successful in this role you:

  • Must have formal nursing and/or aged care qualifications, including a valid First Aid Certificate
  • Be customer-centric, have empathy for the elderly and previous experience managing and organising information sessions  
  • Patient and understanding of residents and family needs
  • You will be forward-thinking and proactive in your approach and be able to clearly demonstrate a strong passion for promoting health and well-being
  • You will have excellent organisational skills and keen knowledge of local community services and initiatives that our residents may benefit from
  • Current Drivers Licence
  • Strong self-management skills, a commitment to nursing and flexibility to adapt to unexpected changes

What’s in it for you

At Stockland we are a community delivering outcomes that benefit the community at large. We work collaboratively and inclusively, building strong working relationships. Our portfolio is diverse and so are the opportunities for professional and career development. We are committed to providing our people with broad experiences to build a successful career. 


We recognise the importance of flexibility and work life-quality and over 80% of our employees have informal or formal flexible work arrangements. Additionally, Stockland has a strong commitment to achieving the best outcomes through an inclusive and collaborative culture. Our customers come from diverse backgrounds and we want our teams to reflect this.


Due to the permanent nature of this role, we can only accept applications from Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents or Open Work Visa holders with more than 12 months validity from their role start date


Agencies should note that unsolicited resumes will not be accepted for this position and Stockland will not pay any fees related to resumes that are submitted directly to hiring managers and not through our approved process. Where appropriate, the Careers @ Stockland Team will work with our preferred panel of agencies to source candidates for roles. Please submit any queries relating to the approved process of submitting candidate resumes or Stockland’s preferred agency panel to careers@stockland.com.au 

Apply today – Stockland – it's your place.
 

 


Lifestyle & Wellbeing Coordinator

  • Opportunity to be a part of a close-knit retirement community at Stockland Highlands Village 
  • Permanent part-time opportunity – 26.6 hours per week (we are flexible on how this can be made up)
  • Utilise your nursing and health skills

We are looking for a customer focussed individual to become a part of Highlands Retirement Village, based in Melbourne’s northern corridor, Victoria. This retirement community is a large well-established village with approximately 300 residents. 
In this role, you will partner closely with the residents to provide services and offerings that promote and encourage healthy living.  Utilising your nursing qualifications and knowledge of health and wellbeing, you will organise educational information sessions on positive aging and healthy living education.  

Your tasks will include:

  • Establishing and maintaining well-functioning activities and social calendar
  • Prompt response to all village emergency calls and to provide emergency assistance as required
  • Provide advice to residents on care options and external community services as required 
  • Organise educational information sessions on positive aging and preventative education
  • Providing nursing care and assistance to residents 
  • Establishing and maintaining positive and supportive relationships with all residents, Village employees and contract service providers
  • To comfortably liaise with medical professionals and community associations to determine topics of interest for residents 
  • Being customer service focused and establishing/maintaining supportive, respectful relationships with our residents 

To be successful in this role you:

  • Must have formal nursing and/or aged care qualifications, including a valid First Aid Certificate
  • Be customer-centric, have empathy for the elderly and previous experience managing and organising information sessions  
  • Patient and understanding of residents and family needs
  • You will be forward-thinking and proactive in your approach and be able to clearly demonstrate a strong passion for promoting health and well-being
  • You will have excellent organisational skills and keen knowledge of local community services and initiatives that our residents may benefit from
  • Current Drivers Licence
  • Strong self-management skills, a commitment to nursing and flexibility to adapt to unexpected changes

What’s in it for you

At Stockland we are a community delivering outcomes that benefit the community at large. We work collaboratively and inclusively, building strong working relationships. Our portfolio is diverse and so are the opportunities for professional and career development. We are committed to providing our people with broad experiences to build a successful career. 


We recognise the importance of flexibility and work life-quality and over 80% of our employees have informal or formal flexible work arrangements. Additionally, Stockland has a strong commitment to achieving the best outcomes through an inclusive and collaborative culture. Our customers come from diverse backgrounds and we want our teams to reflect this.


Due to the permanent nature of this role, we can only accept applications from Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents or Open Work Visa holders with more than 12 months validity from their role start date


Agencies should note that unsolicited resumes will not be accepted for this position and Stockland will not pay any fees related to resumes that are submitted directly to hiring managers and not through our approved process. Where appropriate, the Careers @ Stockland Team will work with our preferred panel of agencies to source candidates for roles. Please submit any queries relating to the approved process of submitting candidate resumes or Stockland’s preferred agency panel to careers@stockland.com.au 

Apply today – Stockland – it's your place.
 

 

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