Legally "part-time casual", so do not expect full time hours. Due to the remoteness of the work, it's difficult to feel valued or team-oriented, but a lot of autonomy. Generally short-staffed, so expect to be asked to work on off-days (agreeable coordinators). Accomodating for booking days off; vacations do not seem easy to schedule. HR seemed disconcerting in the handful of interactions I occured/witness, however thorough; PSWs are unionized, and HR is cooperative. Nurse-supervisors could show more sensitivity; actively promotes safety practices, reasonably supportive. Some incentive for further education ($500 reimbursement). Mobile phone provided, and work app is easy to navigate though could be more comprehensive to provide better quality care.
My personal geography of work was reasonable, and I developed a regular set of clients. Resigned for other prospects because I did not feel like I belonged in the aforementioned culture of staff.