- Job posted on: 14th Aug 2019
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CoAbility is the leading independent NDIS Support Coordination providing in Victoria.
We are a family-run, values-based organisation. Our team of over 70 passionate Support Coordinators and Specialist Support Coordinators are committed to delivering person-centred support and outcomes that make an invaluable impact on the lives of the people we serve.
The key to our success is our ability to make navigating the NDIS as stress-free as possible. By encouraging our clients to exercise their choice and control at every opportunity and our diligence in putting our clients first, we are able to create a truly tailored service achieving positive outcomes and reaching goals.
Due to substantial growth, we are looking for a tertiary qualified Support Coordinator with Mental Health and AOD experience to work with participants who have complex needs. The role focuses on addressing challenges, connecting with supports, building capacity and resilience, and achieving the goals agreed in the participant's NDIS plans.
The successful applicant will bring solid experience in the community services environment. In particular, they will bring support coordination skills and stakeholder engagement ability and demonstrate an understanding of how best to access, advocate for, and maintain services for participants living with a disability/psychosocial disability/AOD. This experience will be complemented by excellent report writing skills and a keen and dedicated commitment to supporting recovery and improving outcomes for people living with disability/psychosocial disability/AOD in our community.
You will work with participants, their informal support networks, and collaborate with community partner organisations in order to achieve the participant's goals.
CoAbility is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome, actively support and promote the employment of people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTQIA+, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds and other diversity groups.