An employer of choice

RECOGNITION: Community Care Options CEO Deb Ryan accepts the regional business award for Employer of Choice.
RECOGNITION: Community Care Options CEO Deb Ryan accepts the regional business award for Employer of Choice. Contributed

COMMUNITY Care Options is a Coffs Coast-based not-for-profit on the rise.

In delivering quality services to older people, people with a disability, people exiting hospital and the finacially challenged over 27 years, the company is currently expanding service provision under the roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

After winning three awards at the Sunny's Business Awards - Employer of Choice for the third year in a row, Excellence in Business Practices and Professional Development and Staff Training - Community Care Options went on to compete as a finalist in five categories at the Mid North Coast Regional Business Awards in Port Macquarie.

CEO Deb Ryan said Community Care Options was honoured to once again be recognised as Employer of Choice at a regional level.

"Community Care Options is one of the largest employers on the Coffs Coast, with currently over 170 employees,” Deb said.

"We recognise our people as being our most valuable resource in delivering quality outcomes for our clients.

"We recruit staff who genuinely want to improve the lives of others, and whose values align with those of the organisation. As an Employer of Choice we are focused on attracting, retaining and supporting quality people.”

Community Care Options is also seeing growth in aged care funding under Consumer Directed Care.

"Community care is a growing industry and we are always looking for quality employees,” Deb said.

People wanting to commence a career in the community care industry, or those wanting to join the Employer of Choice are encouraged to contact Community Care Options on 6650 2000 for information on employment options.

Get Involved - join the community care provider of choice on the Coffs Coast.

Topics:  community care options consumer directed care mid north coast regional business awards ndis not-for-profit sunny's business awards

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