Working With Us
CHAFFEY AGED CARE EMPLOYS DEDICATED AND PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE TO DELIVER SERVICES THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO EVERY RESIDENT, EVERY DAY.
Chaffey is proud that our staff choose to have long and fulfilling careers with us.
We provide excellent learning and development opportunities and most importantly flexible benefits that allow you to balance your personal and professional priorities.
Careers at Chaffey
To apply for a position with Chaffey Aged Care, the preferred and quickest way for us to receive and register your application is to complete our online employment application form by clicking on the Apply Now Bution for the vacancy to which you are applying and submitting the relevant information as indicated.
Our online Employment Application requires the following to be completed and submitted:
Employment Application (click on the APPLY NOW button to access)
Resume / Curriculum Vitae to be uploaded along with a covering
Statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria in the relevant Position Description
The Employment Application form identifies the position you are applying for, personal contact details, information about your education and qualifications, employment history and asks you to identify two referees.
It is a requirement under the Aged Care Act that all aged and community care employees complete a Criminal History Check form prior to commencing employment. This information is forwarded to an authorised Australian body who are responsible for identifying any criminal offences and notifying Chaffey Aged Care accordingly. Only successful applicants will be required to undergo a National Police check or equivalent and/or provide a current certificate.
In addition, all applicants interview for positions with Chaffey Aged will be required to complete a Statutory Declaration form certifying that since the age of 16 they have not been convicted of murder or sexual assault and/or convicted of, and/or sentenced to imprisonment for any other form of assault.
Should you wish to post or fax your application, please complete the employment application form and submit this together with a copy of your current resume and a covering statement that addresses the Key Selection Criteria in the relevant Position Description.
Volunteers at Chaffey
Without Volunteers, Chaffey Aged Care would not be the vibrant community that it is. Our volunteers are part of our fabric and perform a wide range of roles to ensure we can meet our goal of making a difference to every resident every day.
There is a volunteering role to suit everyone!!
Think you’re too busy? It’s not about how much time you can give, it’s about the quality you can deliver in the time you can afford.
Don’t think you have the expertise? That’s ok, we promise that we can find you a role that you are comfortable and confident providing, where you can help make each day great for our residents.
So why not get in touch today and find out how you can make a difference.
Board of Directors
Chaffey Aged Care is managed by a voluntary Board of Directors which consists of nine members who are representatives in the wider community.
The board plays a pivotal role in the facility; with Directors often being specialists within their own field of work providing strong skills sets to be able to provide support to the Chaffey Management Team towards a sustainable organisation through leadership, innovation and best practice.
The Board of Director roles are currently held by the following community members:
Chairman - Kay Martin
Deputy Chairman - Michelle Oates
Secretary/Public Officer - Jenny Gibbons
Treasurer - Brad Mottram
General Members - Jill Joslyn, Dr. John Buckley, Kirsten Lloyd and Nicola Thompson.