Welcome! Thank you for your interest in working with us.

We are looking for staff to join our team. The roles currently available are:

– Rosters Officer
– Coordinator of Supports
– Disability Support Worker roles

Rosters Officer

Join our friendly team and help change our community for the better.

The Rosters Officer is responsible for the day-to-day administration of organisational rosters.

The role is classified as Level 3 of the SCHCDS Award. As a Not-For-Profit, we can offer opportunities to salary sacrifice which can increase your take home pay.

Role criteria:

Qualifications

  • Tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in business administration or similar discipline.

Professional skills and experience

  • Familiarity in the use of electronic information management and rostering systems e.g. Excel, Carelink+.
  • Commitment to ensuring rostering does not conflict with statutory employee conditions
  • Thorough understanding and commitment to WHS Act and EEO principles.
  • Computer literate: able to use MS Word, Outlook & be comfortable with data entry
  • Strong attention to detail and capacity to follow up issues

 Interpersonal skills and experience

  • Strong communication skills and demonstrated flexibility in methods of communication.
  • Ability to negotiate and gain cooperation from staff from a diverse range of age groups, cultures and backgrounds
  • Demonstrated ability to problem solve and use initiative.
  • Capacity to prioritise workloads effectively and follow procedures
  • A reasonable level of health and resilience to fulfill the demands of the role.

 Find out more: For a position description, please Click here.

The role is 32 hours per fortnight initially for 12 months with potential to extend.

How to apply: Send a cover letter addressing the above role criteria and your resume to [email protected]. Previous applicants need not apply.

Closing date: 17th June 2019

SIL Coordinator/ Coordinator of Supports

An opportunity is available for an experienced SIL Coordinator/Coordinator of support to join our thriving not-for-profit organisation in Tamworth, NSW.

Expressions of interest are invited for the role of SIL Coordinator/Coordinator of Supports to coordinate the day to day operations of a Multitask residence in Tamworth NSW, maintain a person-centred culture and support the provision of quality services.

This role involves a balance of administration/supervisory duties and direct disability support work. In addition to being responsible for day to day coordination of the group home, the successful candidate may undertake limited Coordination of Supports duties enabling participants to achieve their goals and engage with a variety of specialist, community and mainstream supports.

The role is classified as Level 4 of the SCHCDS Award. As a Not-For-Profit, we can offer opportunities to salary sacrifice which can increase your take home pay.

Role criteria:

Candidates should address the following criteria:

Qualifications

  • Certificate IV Disability Services or other equivalent/higher experience or qualifications
  • A current First Aid Certificate (or willingness to obtain before commencing employment)
  • A current Driver’s License is essential.

Interpersonal skills and experience

  • Strong communication skills and capacity to collaborate as part of a diverse team.
  • Demonstrated ability to problem-solve and use initiative.
  • Ability to work autonomously, know when to seek help and ability to utilise time effectively

Professional skills and experience

  • Experience supervising staff and the ability to implement staff training and development, manage performance and ensure adherence to policies and procedures
  • Experience with supporting people in areas such as personal care, health and well-being, active community participation and skill development.
  • Demonstrated administrative ability; including budget management, rostering of staff and maintenance of records.
  • Knowledge of contemporary approaches such as person centered planning and active support.
  • Thorough understanding and commitment to NDIS Practice Standards Work Health and Safety and Equal Opportunity.
  • Computer literate: intermediate competency with the Microsoft Suite & be competent in data entry.

Find out more: For a position description, click here or contact [email protected]

Start date is 15th July 2019, the role is 76 hours per fortnight initially for 12 months with potential to extend.

How to apply: Send a cover letter addressing the above role criteria and your resume to [email protected]

 

Closing date: 17th June 2019


Disability Support Worker Roles

Love what you do. The National Disability Services (NDS) reports 96% of people working in the disability sector like the work they do. Disability Support Workers may be supporting people to access the health system, find a job or learn how to cook, go surfing or play golf. Every day is different.

For people with study or family commitments there is flexible casual work. Part time staff are offered a fortnightly rotating roster to so there’s a variety of set shifts to make planning easier. If you are interested in a role as a Disability Support Worker with Multitask please fill in the application form.

Want to know more about being a Disability Support Worker with Multitask?  Please see the Disability Support Worker Level 2 Position Description.