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ADSSI Limited, trading as Adssi In-home Support, Maitland Community Care Services, Beresfield Community Care and Dungog Neighbourcare has been supporting the Central Coast and Hunter communities for over 30 years'.

We are a not-for-profit organisation who delivers a mix of in-home services including allied therapies, nursing, building maintenance and modifications, transport, meal preparation, social activities and personal care across a range of funded and private programs including the NDIS, Home Care Packages, Commonwealth Home Support Program and others.  Through our programs, we support thousands of clients to remain living safely and independently in their home.

In a recent VOICE Survey, 93% of staff scored the organisation as having a strong workplace culture and environment. That means we attract, and keep, great staff. We are values-driven and committed to quality, service and innovation.

Positions Vacant: 

Veterans’ Home Care – Aged Care Telephone Assessors

July 2021

  • Central Coast full or part time positions
  • Contract until April 2022
  • Great team
  • Salary packaging available

 ADSSI Limited is a registered in-home disability and aged care provider. Our Veterans’ Home Care (VHC) assessment team is responsible for the assessment and coordination of services to eligible veterans and war widows/widowers who wish to continue living at home and need a small amount of practical help to do so. The team supports over 11,000 eligible people each year in NSW, ACT and Queensland.

About the role:

As a VHC Assessor, you will be responsible for the assessment and coordination of services over the telephone from our Tuggerah office to clients who wish to continue living at home and need a small amount of practical help to do so.

Your solution-focused style and approach, excellent interpersonal skills, empathy and high emotional intelligence coupled with your strong work ethic, integrity and customer service focus will be highly regarded.

The role is available full time or part-time.

You will need:

  • Qualifications in aged care, community services
  • Minimum two years’ experience in the aged or community care sector
  • Demonstrated experience and high-level competence in comprehensive assessment, and care planning using a person-centred approach


Salary dependent on experience, ranging from $31.11 – $32.69. Public Benevolent Institution salary packaging is available.

For more information please contact our VHC Team Leader, Keryn Miller on  0439 478 350. 

To Apply: Email a cover letter addressing the criteria, along with your resume to APPLICATIONS CLOSE 5.00PM, FRIDAY 16 JULY.

About Us:

We are committed to increasing the workforce participation of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Applications are encouraged from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

We live and work on Darkinjung land on the Central Coast. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of these lands. We pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and future, and recognise their continuing connection and contribution to this land. We embrace Aboriginal values: community, helping and respectful care of our elders.

We are a member of ACON’s Pride in Health + Wellbeing program that provides support in the provision of LGBTI inclusive services for the health and wellbeing sector.

We support EEO principles and have a smoke free environment.

We are a good employer:

Voice Project awarded ADSSI Limited a “Best Workplace Award” in 2021.  Staff engagement, as measured by Voice Project, is exceptional at 92%.

Background Checks

The successful applicant will be required to provide an Australian Nationally Co-ordinated Criminal History and undergo a medical assessment.

The criminal offences that preclude a person from working in aged care are:

  • a conviction for murder or sexual assault; or
  • a conviction of, and sentence to imprisonment for, any other form of assault.

The best places to get confidential advice on how your criminal history might affect your chances in this job include the Aboriginal Legal Service on 1800 765 767, LawAccess NSW on 1300 888 529, or your local Community Legal Centre.