Woden Community Service Incorporated
Healthcare & Medical • Psychology, Counselling & Social Work
$74,416 – $78,321 • Full time
Woden Community Service Incorporated (WCS) is looking for a skilled welfare worker to join our team. Be part of a supportive team whose focus is to build supportive, long term, respectful relationships with people experiencing psychosocial or other disabilities, their families, and carers. This position is well suited for candidates with an interest in case management and recovery-based practice.
WCS is a for-purpose organisation committed to building strong, vibrant, and connected communities by providing services for Canberrans at all stages of life. This includes children, youth, family, aged care, disability, and mental health services, amongst others.
At WCS, our goal is to grow as a sustainable and effective organisation that embraces a culture of staff care, continuous improvement, and accountability. We care about the safety, wellbeing, and development of our staff, knowing this is fundamental to our effectiveness in the community.
As support coordinator, you will play a pivotal role in supporting people with disabilities to improve their quality of life through the implementation of their NDIS plan. This includes establishing positive relationships with a broad range of service users and stakeholders, developing and implementing support plans, and coordinating with a wide range of services.
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- Salary range $74,416 to $78,321 p.a. plus 10% Superannuation.
- Full time. Based in Woden, with immediate start.
- Paid shutdowns leave on standard working days between Christmas and New Year.
- A highly supportive team.
Experience and skills
- Relevant Bachelor degree or higher qualification.
- Skills, knowledge and experience in providing direct and personalised assistance through outreach services, providing referrals, monitoring and reporting progress.
- Demonstrated ability to build supportive respectful relationships with people experiencing significant life challenges, their family members and carers.
- Demonstrated ability to build and maintain respectful and collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including government organisations.
- Understanding and demonstrated awareness of strength-based and recovery approaches, social justice and citizenhood.
- Excellent and effective oral and written communication as well as interpersonal skills.
- Demonstrated ability to manage budgeting activities to ensure the participant’s plan budgets are within the appropriate limits.
- Demonstrated ability to be able to manage multiple competing priorities, have excellent time management skills and in a fast-paced environment.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a small team and a willingness to participate in team meetings and supervision.
- Thorough understanding of the importance of personal and professional boundaries, ethical behavior, policies and procedures.
To apply -please submit a one-page statement and resume outlining how your skills and experience meet the essential requirements of this role here . by Wednesday, 6 July 2022.
For further information please contact Leanne Heald, Manager NDIS at Leanne.firstname.lastname@example.org
To be eligible for employment, you must be fully vaccinated against COVID -19, have an ACT Working with Vulnerable People Registration with NDIS Worker Screening Check, must have working rights in Australia, a National Police Check or be willing to undertake one.
WCS is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and encourage applications from people of all abilities and life experiences. We also encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds