Are you looking for an organisation that values Support Coordination and knows the NDIS? Then we may have the role you’re looking for!
We have the team and resources to help you as a Support Coordinator, support NDIS participants to make the most of their NDIS plans.
Joining Yooralla means you’ll be part of a not-for-profit organisation that has supported people with disability and their carers for more than100 years.
Being a Support Coordinator means you’ll have:
- a choice of flexible hours – full-time, part-time
- a competitive and attractive salary, with excellent tax benefits via salary packaging
- ongoing training, team support and professional development, and
- a choice of a region that suits you, with roles based in Kew, Gippsland, Carnegie, Benalla and Glenroy.
Whether you are looking for permanent full-time, part-time opportunities we have a variety of rewarding roles where you can support people with disability to achieve their goals. We frequently advertise new Support Coordination roles across Victoria so please check back for updates or subcribe for notifications.
Our point of difference
Our Support Coordination team is comprised of people with extensive disability services training. We provide specialist supports for people with disability with high and complex needs, and we are specialists in children's early intervention supports.
We know the NDIS – we have been supporting participants from the beginning of the NDIS.
Skills we look for in our Support Coordinators
To be successful in this role you will have:
- effective time management and organisational skills
- a professional and positive work ethic
- ability to initiate and maintain contacts with a broad range of people and community organisations
- excellent relationship building and problem solving skills
- excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to communicate in a positive and collaborative way with a diverse range of people
- demonstrated ability to manage financial resources in a complex environment
- excellent initiative and ability to work autonomously
- a current valid Australian driver's licence
- a current Victorian Working with Children Check, and
- a tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline such as disability, allied health, social science or welfare practice.