Residential Care Officers lead personal care work teams at nursing homes, aged care facilities, rehabilitation units, adult care facilities, and group homes. They ensure that the children and adults living in residential care (and cannot live independently), receive outstanding personal care.
As a Residential Care Officer you’ll be organising staff levels and ensuring that enough personal carers are rostered on to assist the residents, you’ll also be coaching and training your people on the job. Supervisors at Residential Care Centres also take of administration, paperwork, and training records.
There are 3 courses available for people who want to become a Residential Care Officer.