SCHADS Level 4

What is SCHADS?

SCHADS stands for Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award. It is an industrial award that covers employees working in the social, community, home care, and disability services sectors in Australia. The award outlines the minimum employment conditions, wages, and entitlements for workers in these industries.

What is SCHADS level 4?

SCHADS level 4 refers to a classification system used in Australia to determine the level of skill and responsibility required for positions within the community services sector. Level 4 positions typically involve more specialised knowledge, skills, and responsibilities than lower levels, such as direct client work, project management, or supervision of staff.

What is SCHADS award level 4 pay rate?

As of July 1, 2021, the minimum pay rate for employees classified under the SCHADS award level 4 in Australia is $26.08 per hour or $994.80 per week for full-time employees. Different organisations may offer higher pay rates based on enterprise agreements or other factors.

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