Working in the aged care sector comes with many opportunities that can someone’s life. The future growth of the sector is very strong, meaning job security and career pathways for those considering a career in aged care.
Barossa Village is one of the region’s largest employers across a hugely diverse skill set. We have a workforce of over 200 people, not including local contractors and service providers who assit our staff in all areas of the organisation.
Our clients are either residents in our aged care facility or people living independently in their own home. As you can imagine, given the diverse needs of clients our workforce is made up of people from all walks of life, with a range of experience, skills and qualifications.
“I see People & Culture as a vehicle to enable and support leaders to achieve the outcome of creating highly engaged and productive teams.”
“Working in a new sector creates new challenges and opportunities for personal development. Aged Care is growing and I feel privileged to be a part of the future.”
When thinking about working in aged care, first in mind for most people are our invaluable front line nursing and care workers who provide care and support to our many clients. Beyond our carers, are occupational and diversional therapists, hospitality, maintenance, cleaning , gardening and building staff, who work within our facilities and independent living units, or one-on-one with clients.
Aged care careers extend to those employed within the operational areas of the organisation; our highly specialist staff work in roles around business administration, finance, sales, marketing, community development and HR.
Whatever their specialisation, staff working at Barossa Village will agree that a career in aged care can be incredibly rewarding and fulfilling.
If you are interested in learning more about working in the aged care sector or job opportunities currently available at Barossa Village, contact us direct, via our website, or on social media.
“I love the community spirit around working with volunteers and the friendships that develop as people come together.”
“I wanted to help people who needed a bit of support and at the same time have flexibility of hours.”
Barossa Village is not for profit, community owned,
aged care provider, since 1964