WHY WORK FOR US 

PAID

PARENTAL LEAVE

for eligible employees

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

free & confidential counselling for employees

TRAINING

internal & external training courses including access to the online learning centre

TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES 

some roles are required to travel to different locations for work

 

travel allowance is available for eligible employees 

CAREERS

multiple locations nationwide means a variety of jobs are available

 

supported by a dedicated Human Resources team

FAMILY OWNED

& OPERATED COMPANY

trading for 25 years

built and operating on family values

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Recruitment Process

Before applying for a role with us, we recommend reviewing the 'what we look for' section. 

Once you have applied for a job vacancy your application will be reviewed. You may then be invited to attend a face to face interview (phone/video conferencing available if face to face is not possible).

 

Reference checks are conducted for all candidates progressing to final stages of recruitment before an offer of employment is made.

 

For some roles there may be mandatory requirements which we must comply with due to government contractual obligations for services we provide. Find more information in the 'what we look for' section.

   

Training

Mandatory induction training is provided to all employees to help them get up and running. IEN have an Online Learning Centre accessible anywhere with internet connection.

 

Modules available online include a welcome to the company general induction, compliance and WHS modules and more. All employees in carer roles must complete mandatory modules e.g. medication management, professional boundaries, etc. 

Diversity and Inclusion

Check back soon for information on this. 

 

What we look for 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS STANDARDS - RESIDENTIAL CARE STAFF IN QUEENSLAND 

From 1 July 2018, the Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women (DCSYW) in conjunction with PeakCare Queensland began phasing in new standards outlining the minimum qualification expectation for all residential care staff working in Queensland. The standards take effect from 1 July 2018, with a six month grace period while the Department and PeakCare work through transition issues with service providers.   

Minimum Qualification Standards 

New staff employed from 1 July 2018 must:

  • hold or be working towards obtaining a recognised relevant qualification prior to commencing direct work with children and young people

 

New staff employed from 1 January 2019 must: 

  • hold or be working towards obtaining a recognised relevant qualification prior to commencing direct work with children and young people and

  • complete the online Hope and Healing Framework Foundations Training prior to commencing unsupervised, direct work with children and young people

Existing staff (employed prior to 1 July 2018) must:

  • complete the online Hope and Healing Framework Foundations Training by 31 March 2019 and

  • hold or be working towards obtaining a recognised relevant qualification by 31 December 2019

The preferred qualification in for Residential Care staff in Queensland is Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention (Residential Care). Find out more about other recognised qualifications here.

Find out more about the Hope and Healing Training here

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