At McLean Care®, we recognise that individuals have certain unique traits and characteristics which set them apart from others in society. Diversity can take on many forms, and may include (but is not limited to):
⦁ Sexual orientation
⦁ Physical qualities
⦁ Education level
⦁ Life experience
⦁ Work experience
⦁ Socio-economic background
⦁ Marital status
⦁ Carers responsibilities
⦁ Religious beliefs
⦁ Geographic location
⦁ Income level
Valuing diversity allows us to deliver and connect with a wide range of customers, and it also engages our employees by allowing them to bring different ideas, suggestions and solutions to the workplace. Embracing workplace diversity involves recognising the value of individual differences in people and positively embrace, harness and support these characteristics to achieve organisational and individual benefit.
McLean Care® actively manages and implements different workplace practices which are suited to different groups within our workforce, which maximises the potential and productivity of our organisation, and the individuals that make it up. Our diversity management embraces the notion of equality of opportunity, or "equity" rather than "equality" in and of itself which is the main thrust of EEO Legislation.
Click here to view our workplace gender equality report
> Approved by Australian Government to provide aged care services
> Accredited high standard of care
> Award winning, professional, trained staff
> All staff hold current police checks
> Non-profit organisation with no religious affiliation
> Experienced rural and regional provider
> Provide innovative, technological care solutions
In addition to working for a genuine values-based organisation, where the culture encourages teamwork, diversity and inclusion, and community spirit, when you work for McLean Care® you will enjoy a range of financial and other rewards and benefits. Our remuneration and benefits are structured to reward people for their contribution to our successes and for demonstrating our values in their actions and decisions, and include market-competitive pay rates, flexible work arrangements, and salary packaging. McLean Care® values the importance of learning and development, and we work closely with our people to develop rewarding career pathways, and provide leadership training. McLean Care® also offers a tertiary scholarship programme and professional development fund.
The dynamic of the aged care workforce is changing, and McLean Care® prides itself in being an innovative leader, providing opportunities to a modern staff, embracing technology, with programmes that set us apart.
Volunteering is more than just something nice that people can do; it goes far deeper than that, and has the potential to make a very real impact on the lives of others, and give you a deeper sense of purpose and value. Assisting older people to feel and stay connected and involved can be both exciting and challenging, yet the natural community connector understands how important it is to make and maintain these connections, and find ways to make it happen. Volunteers get things done, have a ‘can do’ attitude, and make an enormous impact on the health and wellbeing of their communities, making a difference in the day-to-day lives of so many. McLean Care® Volunteers enjoy their interactions with our residents and clients, sharing stories, experiences, skills, and introducing new and interesting activities.
When you’re ready to share your life experiences, passion, and unique skill set with the McLean Care® family, please contact us via our contact form, or for further information please call us on 1300 791 600. Let’s get started.