About the role
The role of Feet Coordinator â Troopy Program is to support our residents and clients to maintain contact with their country by transporting them to communities. This role will see you supporting and coordinating all aspects of the Troopy program from coordination of bookings to fleet maintenance and working with facilities and our residents including travelling with them and often overnight in community.
To be successful in this role, you will be an ambitious self-starter who enjoys a high level of engagement with people from varying backgrounds, cultures, and nationalities. You will be proactive and enjoy coordination and problem solving. You will have good computer skills and be comfortable working independently.
Benefits of working for us
ARRCS is the largest Aged Care Provider in the NT - your career can take you all over the NT including Alice Springs, Tennant Creek, Katherine or if you relocate interstate ARRCS are a pathway to Uniting Care QLD.
Skills & experience
Australian Regional and Remote Community Services (ARRCS) is not-for-profit aged care and community service provider that provide services including Residential Care, Community Care, NDIS, School Nutrition and Early Learning Childhood programs in the Northern Territory.
Our Vision is passionately pursuing new ways to care where people and communities flourish and lead meaningful lives. ARRCS provides regional care and support to people and their communities throughout the Northern Territory from Darwin to Docker River with our purpose is to genuinely connect with the communities we serve, and enable our clients with agency, pride and dignity.
Before applying, you need to have the following.
Our staff and volunteers are compassionate and knowledgeable members of the local community, who are committed to providing personalised care and support. More than a service provider, we understand that we are an important part of the regional and remote communities we work in and acknowledge our responsibility to ensure our people are connected to those communities, people and cultures.
So why not join our team today to benefit the local community that you work in!
ARRCS is committed to engagement with people of all ages, from varying backgrounds, cultures and nationalities and we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with lived experience of disability, people from CALD and the LGBTQI+ communities to submit their applications.
To discuss this opportunity in a safe and confidential manner or to advise us of how we could adjust our recruitment process to meet your accessibility needs please contact our People and Culture Team on 8982 5222 or email email@example.com.