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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.
We can offer flexible part time roles for people with study or family commitments. Part time staff are offered a fortnightly rotating roster 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.
Support coordination is a capacity building support to implement all supports in a participant’s NDIS plan, including informal, mainstream, community and funded supports.
Support coordinators work creatively and resourcefully with participants in how they utilise their support budgets to achieve their goals.
The Support Coordinator is responsible for:
- Working with participants to achieve their goals as per their NDIS plan
- Providing ongoing support coordination services to participants in line with their NDIS plan
- Using a coaching approach to assist participants in capacity building
- Ensuring Work Health and Safety guidelines are adhered to
- Assessing and managing risk in line with organisational policies and procedures
- Engaging with participants, stakeholders and other organisations in a professional manner
- Undertaking work in line with the organisations policies, procedures and values
- Complying with all relevant legislation and codes of conduct
- Maintaining clear professional boundaries with participants
- Engaging with NDIA staff and LAC’s
The role is classified as Level 4 of the SCHCDS Award $39.26ph. As a Not-For-Profit, we can offer opportunities to salary sacrifice which can increase your take home pay.
- Relevant qualifications in the disability services, community services or other relevant professional field with extensive experience working with people living with a disability.
- Current valid driving licence
Professional skills and experience
- Extensive experience and demonstrated competency in high quality customer service
- Demonstrated ability to actively listen to and respond appropriately to customer feedback
- Demonstrated ability to build high quality relationships with external service providers and participants formal and informal supports
- Knowledge of the NDIS and local community sector organisations
- Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline and/or relevant extensive experience in case management, disability or community services.
- Computer literate: high level of competency with the Microsoft Suite
- Thorough understanding and commitment to NDIS Practice Standards, Work Health and Safety and Equal Opportunity.
Interpersonal skills and experience
- Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to problem-solve and use initiative.
- Strong communication skills and demonstrated capacity to collaborate as part of a diverse team.
- Ability to work autonomously and utilise time effectively
- A reasonable level of physical fitness, health and resilience to fulfill the demands of the role
Want to know more about being a Support Coordinator with Multitask? Please see the Support Coordinator Description.
To become an employee with Multitask you must be appropriately vaccinated against COVID-19 as per the Public Health (COVID-19 Care Services) Order 2021