District Nursing Clinical nurse (Former Employee) – Perth – 12 October 2017
I worked here for 9 years as a district nurse doing home assessment to provide care packages to keep people in their homes. Wound care was also a big part of our daily work load. Providing equipment and educating carers in the safe use of such equipment. Staff safety awareness was an ongoing concern re road traffic accidents and animals in the home. I also had experience preforming staff apraisals For the last few years I was weekend team leader.
Home Help Aide (Former Employee) – Albany WA – 6 August 2017
I started at 6.30am and didn't finish until 5.30pm, but i didn't mind the long hours as i did long hours on the mines prevously. I learned about looking after the people of ages and helped them with every day house hold chores.Management is a good asset to have as it can help on the job,
Great organisation, flexible hours to promote work and life balance and very good culture
Strategy Implementation Officer (Former Employee) – Perth WA – 19 July 2017
Silver Chain is an amazing organisation helping thousands of people with health care issues. Always looked forward to going to work, not only because I loved what I did, but having the right manager and team driven by the same set of values, made work enjoyable. I worked there for 5 years and was continuously presented with development and growth opportunities, I had 4 roles in 5 years. I am a people person so thoroughly enjoyed building strong relations and collaborations, to get the work done and have positive outcomes. I loved my role as it gave me that opportunity to meet, engage and form collaborations for projects, getting ownership to responsibilities, finding solutions to issues and seeing projects through to successful end. I love challenges and that is what my last two roles provided.
Health and Wellness programmes, flexible working hours, working from home options, salary packaging benefits and good salary
a wonderful team of proffesionals all working at high standard but with a relaxed approach.
Home help (Former Employee) – Collie WA – 22 September 2016
I thoroughly enjoyed working as a Silver Chain Home help. I learnt many skills and concepts of life. I felt very honored to be part of such wonderful staff and collegues all friendly caring and proffesional.
paid courses phone system for timesheet management
Support Worker (Current Employee) – Northern Central Perth – 16 September 2016
I look forward to meeting my clients and helping them stay independent while living in their own home. It's great to be appreciated and all my clients love to have a coffee/tea and a chat. I learn a lot from my elderly clients and I have gained great respect for them.
Head of Administration (Former Employee) – Brisbane QLD – 8 November 2015
Silver Chain Group is a great company to work for with excellent leaders and hardworking staff. Now a National Not for Profit Organisation, I am pleased and proud that I was involved in some of the work that went behind in the expansion.
Library Assistant (Former Employee) – WA – 14 September 2015
identifying real people,caring for others,learning my capabilities. the hardest part of my job was organizing novels into their right places.My co-workers were professional at all times.The most enjoyable part of the job at that time was decorating the office at Christmas time.
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Maddindton 6109 – 9 September 2015
Normally a 6.30am start to organise rosters for our drivers for the day's deliveries and equipment pick ups of relevant medical equipment (eg electric hospital beds) for palliative care clients. Monitor the cleaning and maintenance of our medical equipment for occupational and safety requirements. As National Purchasing Officer I was responsible for the investigation, pricing and acquisition of bio medical equipment for our home care and medical staff. In addition, I was responsible for the annual servicing and calibration of said equipment held by our clinics and staff throughout Western Australia. The work load was too much for one person and necessitated me working long hours to fulfil the requirements of the position. Numerous requests for assistance were ignored and seemed to fall on deaf ears! The most rewarding part of my position was assisting our palliative care clients through an often sad and difficult time dealing with the inevitable loss of a loved one.
That I brought some sunshine and hope into the homes of our palliative care clients.
Care Aide (Former Employee) – Maddington Western Australia – 7 June 2015
My most enjoyable part of the job was working with the clients.I enjoyed working as a care aid for silver chain.I learnt alot of skills working my role as a nursing assistant.I achieved skills working in high care,personal care,respite care,social support,working in the field the disabled was my highest achievement
Resource Co-Ordinator (Former Employee) – Bunbury – 5 March 2015
The atmosphere was absolutely appalling where I was based. I was an Resource Co-Ordinator.I ended up leaving during my Probationary Period as the lack of respect to everyone in the business, everyone critising everyone behind everyone's back, there is no support, never any laughs, never any positive feedback (only negative). This is NOT the environment you would ever want to work in.
Very client focused. Great team environment. All staff very supportive.
FULL TIME 2008 - PAR TIME 2011 (Current Employee) – Perth Wa – 19 January 2015
I work in the community as a Hospice/Palliative Care Aide, I have been for 6 years. I work autonomously but with great backup and support by staff, management and admin. S/C is very focused on the Holistic Well Being of clients and staff. I love this work as I find it an honour and privilege to help care for the individual and their families in their final journey.
Care aide (Former Employee) – Geraldton, WA – 8 October 2014
Visiting my first client all personal care attended too, chat and coffee, made sure client was safe and happy, then drove to my next client and performed tasks that were in care plan, continued to visit all clients on my round that day. Finalised my day by emailing my time sheet, in the event of a hazard or danger occurred during the day I would contact my co-ordinator.
care worker (Former Employee) – perth wa – 15 June 2014
I really enjoyed this job as I got to meet people that I would not normally meet. My day consisted of working unsupervised going into peoples homes and helping them with what ever they needed help with