26 January, 2021
Disability Support Coordinators
Do you have experience with NDIS plan management? If you are organised, compassionate and dedicated to finding solutions to improve the lives of others, your valuable skills could be a great addition to our team of Disability Support Coordinators.
Seeking expressions of interest
You will be helping clients with disabilities to get the best value out of their NDIS Plan. Your role will involve thinking creatively about ways to support our clients to live fully and achieve their goals. Our Support Coordinators have a reputation for going above and beyond for our clients, and we provide all of the tools you need to make a real difference to the lives of your clients.
Why work with us?
You’ll work as part of a dynamic team and receive above-Award pay for your hard work.
Focus Care is a privately owned, Government approved home care and disability services provider dedicatedto empowering people to live independently. With an innovative and dedicated team, we are one of Australia’s leading providers of quality care and support.
Our unique methods, including Montessori techniques for early onset dementia care, allow for dignity, independence and the opportunity for clients to reach their goals.
In order to continue to grow our services and provide the best standards of care possible, we’re looking for people like you to help us. In return, we can offer excellent benefits such as ongoing training, flexibility and plenty of support.
We provide many opportunities to socialise with the wider Focus team through company wide events held regularly throughout the year.
As a Disability Support Coordinator your role will include:
Completing client needs assessments and the development of client support plans
Coordinating with various third parties including, but not limited to: allied health professionals, family and service providers
Assist in the management of medication in accordance with client needs and legislative requirements
Conducting personality assessments for clients
Completion of compliant documentation in accordance with accreditation standards
To be successful in this role, you will need:
Experience with NDIS Plan management
Current CPR & First Aid Certification
National Police Clearance – less than three years old (or willingness to get one)
Drivers licence and own reliable and fully insured vehicle
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Respect for the rights, dignity and ability of all our clients
To be a successful candidate for this role, you will also have:
Enthusiasm and passion for working with people with disabilities
Passion in providing excellent coordination of services
Commitment to learning and professional growth including a willingness to embrace new technologies
Flexibility to work independently and/or as part of a team
Initiative and be proactive in identifying issues and / or solutions
Excellent planning, communication and interpersonal skills
High degree of passion and respect for the dignity and rights of all our clients
Nursing and Allied Health professional are welcome to apply
How to apply
If you are passionate about contributing to our community and believe this is the opportunity for you, apply now by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including your CV and a cover letter detailing why you’re the perfect fit.