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

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

Disability Support Worker roles

Cleaner

Finance Officer

Behaviour Support Practitioner

 

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.

Cleaner

A position is available for a temporary cleaner for 30 hours per fortnight for 12 months contract. The contract is cleaning across multiple sites, and you will be working alongside Supported Employees.

The role is classified as Level 3 under the Cleaning Award ($23.67) for 12 months.

Role criteria:

  • Experience in use of industrial cleaning equipment
  • A current Driver’s Licence
  • Demonstrated ability to make decisions on the spot, problem-solve and use initiative.
  • Ability to utilise time effectively and complete tasks on time to the required standard.
  • A reasonable level of physical fitness, health and resilience to fulfill the demands of the role
  • A Certificate III in Cleaning Operations is desirable.

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

 

Finance Officer Lismore – x 2

An opportunity to work in a warm and welcoming team environment for experienced finance officers .  Join our friendly team and help change our community for the better.

Employing over 300 staff, Multitask exists to create opportunity for people with disabilities across New South Wales.

When you join our finance team, you’ll be working to make a real difference. Your contribution will ensure that all of our vital programs have the support they need to brighten the lives of the people we work with.

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

What you need:

You will be able to meet the following selection criteria:

Qualifications

  • A tertiary qualification in accounting, or working towards a relevant qualification is desirable, however individuals with relevant experience are encouraged to apply.

Professional skills and experience

  • Sound knowledge and experience in basic accounting principles, particularly in relation to accounts receivable, record maintenance and auditing principles.
  • Experience with data entry, interpreting data & recognising inconsistencies.
  • Experience with accounting programs eg. Sage Accpac.
  • Computer literate: proficient in MS Excel, Word, Outlook and data entry.
  • Thorough understanding of WH&S Act and Standards.
  • Experience with NDIS funding will be highly regarded.

 

Related skills and experience

  • Demonstrated capacity to collaborate as part of a diverse team.
  • Demonstrated ability to problem solve and use initiative.
  • Strong communication skills and demonstrated flexibility in methods of communication.
  • Ability to work autonomously and utilise time effectively.
  • Demonstrated organisational skills and accuracy.

To become an employee with Multitask you must be vaccinated against COVID-19 as per the public Health Order (Care Services) 2021. 

Find out more: Please click here for the position description or contact [email protected]

The role is 76 hours per fortnight on a 12 month initial contract with the potential to extend and anticipated to commence January 2022. Please apply as soon as possible, applications will be assessed as they are received.

How to apply: Applicants are encouraged to apply by email to [email protected], submitting a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria, suitable commencement date and a current resume.

Behaviour Support Practitioner- Lismore

An opportunity is available for an experienced Behaviour Support Practitioner to join our thriving not-for-profit organisation in Lismore, NSW.

The role involves the provision of capacity building Person Centred behaviour support services to a varied and complex caseload. Duties include skill development activities, assessment, design and delivery of interventions as well as monitoring and evaluating the implementation of positive BSPs in line with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (Restrictive Practices and Behaviour Support) Rules 2018

The role is classified under the SCHCDS Award, Level 4 – Level 6 dependent on experience and qualifications.  As a Not-For-Profit, we can offer opportunities to salary sacrifice which can increase your take home pay.

What you need:

You will be able to meet the following selection criteria:

Qualifications

  • Tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Education or a related discipline or significant relevant professional experience
  • Eligible for Registration with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission as a behaviour support practitioner
  • Registration with APHRA highly regarded.

Professional skills and experience

  • Strong written communication, participant/stakeholder engagement and mediation skills.
  • Sound knowledge of the Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework for NDIS providers and behaviour support practitioners
  • Previous experience in working with individuals, families or groups.
  • Demonstrated experience in assessing and planning intervention for participants who exhibit behaviours of concern including high-risk behaviours.
  • Ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team.
  • Demonstrated experience in implementing participant–centred / family-centred interventions.
  • Experience working in a culturally sensitive manner with participants from diverse cultural backgrounds
  • Current Driver License
  • Ability to obtain a NDIS Worker Screening Check clearance prior to your commencement

Interpersonal skills and experience

  • Demonstrated analytical 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

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

Full time or Part time positions are available. Successful applicants will be offered a 12 month initial contract with the potential to extend and anticipated to commence early February

How to apply: Send a cover letter and your resume to [email protected] In your cover letter use each of the selection criteria listed as a heading and write a paragraph under each telling us what you can offer.

Closing date:  30th January 2022