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Gardener and light Maintenance Handyman - Dural - #208389

Warrah Society

Warrah is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting individuals living with disability to lead an engaging and fulfilling life. Flexible and tailored services include Supported Independent Living, Community Support Services, In-Home Support, a Specialist K-12 School, a Biodynamic Farm, and an Organic Farm Shop.

Our main campus at Dural, is situated in a beautiful bushland setting of 12 hectares.

The campus also has Warrah Specialist School which caters for Kindergarten to Year 12 students. Warrah Specialist School, is a caring and supportive community that provides quality and individualised education for students with moderate to severe intellectual disability and complex learning needs as their primary disability.

Our school offers Education with a Difference for Kindergarten to Year 12 students on a bushland campus of 12 hectares. The campus also services and cares for adults with disabilities – a living example of how a community supports the life and purpose of each individual from childhood through to adulthood and into the senior years.

Founded in 1969, Warrah Specialist School offers an innovative curriculum and inclusive approach, ensuring all students find their place in the community and reach their full potential. Over recent years Warrah has responded to the changing needs of students ensuring meaning and learning are relevant to the modern world.

We are looking for a suitable candidate that can help us provide a safer and cleaner environment for the students. We currently have a maintenance team but they have been so busy with the property that it is sometimes hard to keep on top of things. The suitable candidate will preferably come in once a week for a few hours to help with gardening at the school property. The candidate will also help with small repairs like hanging picture frames or building small shelves. The gardening tasks involve trimming of bushes and trees, weeding, cleaning of garden beds and leave blowing.

Benefits: Rewarding work where the person can support children with disability by making sure the school grounds are clean and looked after. The suitable candidate will also potentially get to know some of the students and have a better understanding of what their challengers are. It is very rewarding and you get to be a part of the amazing community.