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Health and Wellbeing Coordinator (NSW)

Bondi Junction

Full-time(or part-time,min 4 days p/w)

  • Join a great team to support those who have supported others

  • Aged care focus

  • Head office based in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs

About Us

In 1838, five Sisters of Charity from Ireland arrived in Australia. They were the first religious women to come to the Colony. Their mission is to bring to all people “the love, tenderness and concern of Christ for the poor and marginalised”.

The Sisters of Charity of Australia led by the Congregational Leader and her Council have many mission involvements. The Congregational Office is based in Bondi Junction in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.

The Congregation is seeking a qualified and experienced Health and Wellbeing Coordinator to support their Sisters. The Sisters live independently in the community or in residential care across NSW.

The Opportunity

Reporting to the General Manager in relation to administrative matters, you will work cooperatively with the Congregational Leader and Council to provide support to each Sister of Charity in respect of her health and wellbeing, allowing for her continued participation in the life and mission of the Congregation.

You will coordinate health and wellbeing services tailored to the needs of each Sister and develop, review and communicate appropriate health care and wellbeing plans as required.

Using your superior communication skills, you will collaborate and liaise with healthcare providers, social workers, and other professionals to integrate medical support into programs.

You will maintain regular contact with each Sister to facilitate a supportive and trusted relationship and provide information to Sisters on their rights and responsibilities concerning current and future health and aged care issues.

The role is an ongoing full-time position, however, consideration may be given to a part-time work arrangement (four days a week) for an exceptional candidate. Flexibility is required from the successful candidate to be available for any emergencies that may arise.

About You

Your qualifications and experience are key to this position, as is your knowledge and understanding of the aged care sector.

Just as important are your superior communication and interpersonal skills and your willingness to uphold the ethos and mission of the Congregation in the performance of your duties.

Specifically, as the ideal candidate for this role, you will meet the following Key Requirements:

  • Endorsed Enrolled Nurse, Registered Nurse, social work and /or health science degree qualified with experience in aged care and the community sector.

  • Understanding of aged care, community care, and their available supports, including legislative requirements and best practice care models.

  • Understanding of issues affecting the acute care sector as they apply to Sisters.

  • Strong understanding of the physical and mental health needs of the elderly Sisters and issues faced by Sisters as they age.

  • Skill in managing Sisters’ transitions, case management, and liaison with stakeholders.

  • Empathy, compassion, and high-level interpersonal and communications skills in building respectful relationships.

  • Current drivers’ licence.

  • Flexible approach to working hours and willingness and ability to respond to emergency calls.

  • Current First Aid Certificate / CPR.

What’s on Offer?

  • The opportunity to work for a mission-focussed organisation that strives to make a difference in the lives of others.

  • An attractive remuneration package with a pool car, mobile phone and onsite parking provided.

  • Work-life balance.

Enquiries and Application Process

To obtain a copy of the Position Description or enquire about the role, please contact Nevine Piperides at Reach HR on 0418 698 327 or

Applications must include a resume and cover letter.  Your cover letter must address how your skills, knowledge, experience and personal attributes align with each of the Key Requirements of the role as outlined above.

Applications are to be sent to Nevine at

Applications will be considered as they are received and until the role is filled.

Preferred candidates must have relevant employment check clearances and be vaccinated against Covid.


Nevine Piperides

0418 698 327

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